Charlotte T. Lee
Charlotte T. Lee
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Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability
WF Morris, CA Pfister, S Tuljapurkar, CV Haridas, CL Boggs, MS Boyce, ...
Ecology 89 (1), 19-25, 2008
4202008
Demography in an increasingly variable world
MS Boyce, CV Haridas, CT Lee, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21 (3), 141-148, 2006
4042006
Non-local concepts and models in biology
CT Lee, MF Hoopes, J Diehl, W Gilliland, G Huxel, EV Leaver, K McCann, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 210 (2), 201-219, 2001
1062001
Population and prehistory I: Food-dependent population growth in constant environments
CT Lee, S Tuljapurkar
Theoretical Population Biology 73 (4), 473-482, 2008
712008
Families of discrete kernels for modeling dispersal
P Chesson, CT Lee
Theoretical population biology 67 (4), 241-256, 2005
492005
Modeling life expectancy and surplus production of dynamic pre-contact territories in leeward Kohala, Hawai ‘i
TN Ladefoged, CT Lee, MW Graves
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 27 (1), 93-110, 2008
482008
Reprint: Building and testing models of long-term agricultural intensification and population dynamics: A case study from the Leeward Kohala Field System, Hawai’i
PV Kirch, G Asner, OA Chadwick, J Field, T Ladefoged, C Lee, C Puleston, ...
Ecological Modelling 241, 54-64, 2012
472012
Risky business: temporal and spatial variation in preindustrial dryland agriculture
CT Lee, S Tuljapurkar, PM Vitousek
Human Ecology 34 (6), 739-763, 2006
452006
Population and prehistory III: Food-dependent demography in variable environments
CT Lee, CO Puleston, S Tuljapurkar
Theoretical population biology 76 (3), 179-188, 2009
412009
Mutualism between consumers and their shared resource can promote competitive coexistence
CT Lee, BD Inouye
The American Naturalist 175 (3), 277-288, 2010
252010
Non-equilibrium genetic structure is insensitive to the shape of the dispersal distribution
CT Lee, A Hastings
Evolutionary Ecology Research 8 (2), 279-293, 2006
112006
A unifying framework for interpreting and predicting mutualistic systems
F Wu, AJ Lopatkin, DA Needs, CT Lee, S Mukherjee, L You
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
102019
Inherent Demographic Stability in Mutualist-Resource-Exploiter Interactions
CT Lee
The American Naturalist 185 (4), 551-561, 2015
102015
Dynamic preferential allocation to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi explains fungal succession and coexistence
B Bachelot, CT Lee
Ecology 99 (2), 372-384, 2018
82018
Consumer effects on the vital rates of their resource can determine the outcome of competition between consumers
CT Lee, TEX Miller, BD Inouye
The American Naturalist 178 (4), 452-463, 2011
82011
Quantitative, dynamic models to integrate environment, population, and society
CT Lee, S Tuljapurkar
Roots of Conflict: Soils, Agriculture, and Sociopolitical Complexity in …, 2011
82011
3. Demography and Food in Early Polynesia
S Tuljapurkar, C Lee, M Figgs
The growth and collapse of Pacific island societies, 35-51, 2007
72007
Beyond the black box: promoting mathematical collaborations for elucidating interactions in soil ecology
AE Bennett, K Preedy, A Golubski, J Umbanhowar, SR Borrett, L Byrne, ...
Ecosphere 10 (7), e02799, 2019
42019
Elasticity of population growth with respect to the intensity of biotic or abiotic driving factors
CT Lee
Ecology 98 (4), 1016-1025, 2017
42017
Disturbances Can Promote and Hinder Coexistence of Competitors in Ongoing Partner Choice Mutualisms
B Bachelot, CT Lee
The American Naturalist 195 (3), 445-462, 2020
32020
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