Nicole Molinari
Nicole Molinari
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Loss of functional diversity under land use intensification across multiple taxa
DFB Flynn, M Gogol‐Prokurat, T Nogeire, N Molinari, BT Richers, BB Lin, ...
Ecology letters 12 (1), 22-33, 2009
10022009
The large genome constraint hypothesis: evolution, ecology and phenotype
CA Knight, NA Molinari, DA Petrov
Annals of Botany 95 (1), 177-190, 2005
4322005
A functional trait perspective on plant invasion
RE Drenovsky, BJ Grewell, CM D'antonio, JL Funk, JJ James, N Molinari, ...
Annals of botany 110 (1), 141-153, 2012
2892012
Poised to prosper? A cross‐system comparison of climate change effects on native and non‐native species performance
CJB Sorte, I Ibáñez, DM Blumenthal, NA Molinari, LP Miller, ED Grosholz, ...
Ecology letters 16 (2), 261-270, 2013
2682013
Structural, compositional and trait differences between native‐and non‐native‐dominated grassland patches
NA Molinari, CM D'Antonio
Functional Ecology 28 (3), 745-754, 2014
262014
Controls over native perennial grass exclusion and persistence in California grasslands invaded by annuals
EA Mordecai, NA Molinari, KA Stahlheber, K Gross, C D'Antonio
Ecology 96 (10), 2643-2652, 2015
242015
Carpobrotus as a case study of the complexities of species impacts
N Molinari, C D’Antonio, G Thomson, K Cuddington, J Byers, A Hastings, ...
Ecosystem Engineers: Plants to Protists, 139-162, 2007
172007
Mechanisms of influence of invasive grass litter on germination and growth of coexisting species in California
BM Chen, CM D’Antonio, N Molinari, SL Peng
Biological Invasions 20 (7), 1881-1897, 2018
142018
Valuing chaparral: ecological, socio-economic, and management perspectives
EC Underwood, HD Safford, NA Molinari, JE Keeley
Springer, 2018
122018
Where have all the wildflowers gone? The role of exotic grass thatch
NA Molinari, CM D’Antonio
Biological Invasions 22 (3), 957-968, 2020
92020
Status and trends of fire activity in southern California yellow pine and mixed conifer forests
K Nigro, N Molinari
Forest ecology and management 441, 20-31, 2019
82019
Grasses and forbs
C D’Antonio, K Stahlheber, N Molinari
Encyclopedia of biological invasions, 280-290, 2011
72011
Correlated evolution of defensive and nutritional traits in native and non-native plants
N Molinari, C Knight
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 163 (1), 1-13, 2010
72010
Managing chaparral resources on public lands
HD Safford, EC Underwood, NA Molinari
Valuing Chaparral, 411-448, 2018
62018
Climate change trends for chaparral
NA Molinari, EC Underwood, JB Kim, HD Safford
Valuing Chaparral, 385-409, 2018
52018
Fire regime alteration in natural areas underscores the need to restore a key ecological process
M Coppoletta, HD Safford, BL Estes, MD Meyer, SE Gross, KE Merriam, ...
Natural Areas Journal 39 (2), 250-263, 2019
42019
Adaptation Strategies and Approaches for California Forest Ecosystems
CW Swanston, LA Brandt, PR Butler-Leopold, KR Hall, MK Janowiak, ...
US Department of Agriculture, 2020
22020
Global change and the vulnerability of chaparral ecosystems
EC Underwood, J Franklin, NA Molinari, HD Safford
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 99 (4), 1-10, 2018
22018
An operational tool to detect non-native invasive grasses: Assessing temporal transferability and bias in fires to optimize performance for land management
MR Slaton, T Kohler, L Young, NA Molinari
Ecological Informatics, 101440, 2021
2021
Identifying Priorities for Post‐fire Restoration in California Chaparral Shrublands
EC Underwood, AD Hollander, NA Molinari, L Larios, HD Safford
Restoration Ecology, 2021
2021
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