Heather A. Hager
Heather A. Hager
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TitleCited byYear
The implications of accepting untested hypotheses: a review of the effects of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in North America
HA Hager, KD McCoy
Biodiversity & Conservation 7 (8), 1069-1079, 1998
Competitive effect versus competitive response of invasive and native wetland plant species
HA Hager
Oecologia 139 (1), 140-149, 2004
Area-sensitivity of reptiles and amphibians: Are there indicator species for habitat fragmentation?
HA Hager
Ecoscience 5 (2), 139-147, 1998
A framework to guide the conservation of species hybrids based on ethical and ecological considerations
RN Jackiw, G Mandil, HA Hager
Conservation Biology 29 (4), 1040-1051, 2015
Positive relationships between invasive purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) and plant species diversity and abundance in Minnesota wetlands
HA Hager, RD Vinebrooke
Canadian Journal of Botany 82 (6), 763-773, 2004
Limits and effects of invasion by the nonindigenous wetland plant Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife): a seed bank analysis
SB Yakimowski, HA Hager, CG Eckert
Biological Invasions 7 (4), 687-698, 2005
Characteristics for evaluating the conservation value of species hybrids
S Piett, HA Hager, C Gerrard
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (8), 1931-1955, 2015
Differential effects of Typha litter and plants on invasive Lythrum salicaria seedling survival and growth
HA Hager
Biological Invasions 6 (4), 433-444, 2004
Predicting Potential Global Distributions of Two Miscanthus Grasses: Implications for Horticulture, Biofuel Production, and Biological Invasions
HA Hager, SE Sinasac, Z Gedalof, JA Newman
PloS one 9 (6), e100032, 2014
Escaped Miscanthus sacchariflorus reduces the richness and diversity of vegetation and soil seed bank
HA Hager, R Rupert, LD Quinn, JA Newman
Biological Invasions 17 (6), 1833-1847, 2015
Effects of elevated CO 2 on photosynthetic traits of native and invasive C 3 and C 4 grasses
HA Hager, GD Ryan, HM Kovacs, JA Newman
BMC ecology 16 (1), 28, 2016
Endophytes inconsistently affect plant communities across Schedonorus arundinaceus hosts
KA Yurkonis, K Shukla, J Holdenried, HA Hager, KA Bolton, ...
Plant Ecology 215 (4), 389-398, 2014
Parks and protected areas as ecological baselines: establishment of baseline data on species-area relations from islands in Georgian Bay
HA Hager, TD Nudds
Ecology, culture and conservation of a protected area: Fathom Five National†…, 2001
Species-area relations of woody plants, vertebrates and selected invertebrates on Islands of Georgian Bay: the role of National Parks in evaluating null models of biodiversity
TD Nudds, JP Bogart, D Britton, HA Hager, ALA Middleton, DN Potter, ...
Final report of the Guelph Biological Inventory of the Georgian Bay Islands†…, 1996
Assessing environmental attributes and effects of climate change on Sphagnum peatland distributions in North America using single-and multi-species models.
TA Oke, HA Hager
PloS one 12 (4), e0175978, 2017
Germination and establishment of bioenergy grasses outside cultivation: a multi-region seed addition experiment
HA Hager, LD Quinn, JN Barney, TB Voigt, JA Newman
Plant ecology 216 (10), 1385-1399, 2015
Effects of the EpichloŽ fungal endophyte symbiosis with Schedonorus pratensis on host grass invasiveness
K Shukla, HA Hager, KA Yurkonis, JA Newman
Ecology and Evolution 5 (13), 2596-2607, 2015
Suspected Selective Herbivory of Bioenergy Grasses by Meadow Voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus)
HA Hager, FEC Stewart
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 127 (1), 44-49, 2013
The relative performance of umbrella species for biodiversity conservation in island archipelagos of the Great Lakes, North America
HA Hager, RM Gorman, TD Nudds
…coscience 13 (4), 475-484, 2006
Current and potential future distribution of the American dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis, Say) in North America
JN Minigan, HA Hager, AS Peregrine, JA Newman
Ticks and tick-borne diseases 9 (2), 354-362, 2018
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