Isabel Ashton
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Invasive species accelerate decomposition and litter nitrogen loss in a mixed deciduous forest
IW Ashton, LA Hyatt, KM Howe, J Gurevitch, MT Lerdau
Ecological Applications 15 (4), 1263-1272, 2005
Niche complementarity due to plasticity in resource use: plant partitioning of chemical N forms
IW Ashton, AE Miller, WD Bowman, KN Suding
Ecology 91 (11), 3252-3260, 2010
Toward a stoichiometric framework for evolutionary biology
AD Kay, IW Ashton, E Gorokhova, AJ Kerkhoff, A Liess, E Litchman
Oikos 109 (1), 6-17, 2005
Tolerance to herbivory, and not resistance, may explain differential success of invasive, naturalized, and native North American temperate vines
IW Ashton, MT Lerdau
Diversity and Distributions 14 (2), 169-178, 2008
Plant and microbe contribution to community resilience in a directionally changing environment
KN Suding, IW Ashton, H Bechtold, WD Bowman, ML Mobley, ...
Ecological Monographs 78 (3), 313-329, 2008
Ecological dominance by Paratrechina longicornis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), an invasive tramp ant, in biosphere 2
JK Wetterer, SE Miller, DE Wheeler, CA Olson, DA Polhemus, M Pitts, ...
Florida Entomologist, 381-388, 1999
Nitrogen preferences and plant-soil feedbacks as influenced by neighbors in the alpine tundra
IW Ashton, AE Miller, WD Bowman, KN Suding
Oecologia 156 (3), 625-636, 2008
Phenological changes in alpine plants in response to increased snowpack, temperature, and nitrogen
JG Smith, W Sconiers, MJ Spasojevic, IW Ashton, KN Suding
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44 (1), 135-142, 2012
Effects of experimental manipulation of light and nutrients on establishment of seedlings of native and invasive woody species in Long Island, NY forests
J Gurevitch, TG Howard, IW Ashton, EA Leger, KM Howe, E Woo, ...
Biological Invasions 10 (6), 821-831, 2008
Shrub expansion over the past 62 years in Rocky Mountain alpine tundra: possible causes and consequences
A Formica, EC Farrer, IW Ashton, KN Suding
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 46 (3), 616-631, 2014
Indirect effects of global change accumulate to alter plant diversity but not ecosystem function in alpine tundra
EC Farrer, IW Ashton, MJ Spasojevic, S Fu, DJX Gonzalez, KN Suding
Journal of Ecology 103 (2), 351-360, 2015
Warming shortens flowering seasons of tundra plant communities
JS Prevéy, C Rixen, N Rüger, TT Hřye, AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (1), 45-52, 2019
The native–invasive balance: implications for nutrient cycling in ecosystems
JE Hickman, IW Ashton, KM Howe, MT Lerdau
Oecologia 173 (1), 319-328, 2013
Separating direct and indirect effects of global change: a population dynamic modeling approach using readily available field data
EC Farrer, IW Ashton, J Knape, KN Suding
Global Change Biology 20 (4), 1238-1250, 2014
Preserving prairies: understanding temporal and spatial patterns of invasive annual bromes in the Northern Great Plains
IW Ashton, AJ Symstad, CJ Davis, DJ Swanson
Ecosphere 7 (8), 2016
The distribution and abundance of a nuisance native alga, Didymosphenia geminata, in streams of Glacier National Park: Climate drivers and management implications
EW Schweiger, IW Ashton, CC Muhlfeld, LA Jones, LL Bahls
Park Science 28 (88-91), 2011
The interaction between soil nutrients and leaf loss during early establishment in plant invasion
EA Leger, KM Howe, J Gurevitch, E Woo, J Hickman, IW Ashton, ...
Forest Science 53 (6), 701-709, 2007
Observed and projected ecological response to climate change in the Rocky Mountains and Upper Columbia Basin: A synthesis of current scientific literature
IW Ashton
Fort Collins, Colo.: US Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service …, 2010
The influences of physiology, allocation, and natural enemies on the success and failure of exotic woody vines in northeastern forests
IW Ashton
State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2005
A new decision support tool for collaborative adaptive vegetation management in northern Great Plains national parks
I Ashton, A Symstad, H Baldwin, MP van der Burg, S Bekedam, ...
Parks Stewardship Forum 36 (3), 2020
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