Aldo Compagnoni
Aldo Compagnoni
iDiv, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
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Functional traits explain variation in plant life history strategies
PB Adler, R Salguero-Gómez, A Compagnoni, JS Hsu, J Ray-Mukherjee, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (2), 740-745, 2014
Genetic mixture of multiple source populations accelerates invasive range expansion
NK Wagner, BM Ochocki, KM Crawford, A Compagnoni, TEX Miller
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1), 21-34, 2017
Warming, competition, and Bromus tectorum population growth across an elevation gradient
A Compagnoni, PB Adler
Ecosphere 5 (9), 1-34, 2014
Reproductive losses due to climate change‐induced earlier flowering are not the primary threat to plant population viability in a perennial herb
AM Iler, A Compagnoni, DW Inouye, JL Williams, PJ CaraDonna, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1931-1943, 2019
The effect of demographic correlations on the stochastic population dynamics of perennial plants
A Compagnoni, AJ Bibian, BM Ochocki, HS Rogers, EL Schultz, ...
Ecological Monographs 86 (4), 480-494, 2016
Warming, soil moisture, and loss of snow increase Bromus tectorum’s population growth rateWarming favors Bromus tectorum
A Compagnoni, PB Adler, DR Zak, NJ Sanders
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 2, 2014
Properties of native plant communities do not determine exotic success during early forest succession
A Compagnoni, CB Halpern
Ecography 32 (3), 449-458, 2009
Can’t live with them, can’t live without them? Balancing mating and competition in two-sex populations
A Compagnoni, K Steigman, TEX Miller
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 284, 20171999, 2017
Testing Finch's hypothesis: The role of organismal modularity on the escape from actuarial senescence
C Bernard, A Compagnoni, R Salguero‐Gómez
Functional Ecology 34 (1), 88-106, 2020
Warming, competition, and Bromus tectorum population growth across an elevation gradient. Ecosphere 5 (9): 121
A Compagnoni, PB Adler
Herbaceous perennial plants with short generation time have stronger responses to climate anomalies than those with longer generation time
A Compagnoni, S Levin, DZ Childs, S Harpole, M Paniw, G Römer, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-8, 2021
Global analysis reveals complex demographic responses of mammals to climate change
M Paniw, T James, CR Archer, G Römer, S Levin, A Compagnoni, ...
BioRxiv, 2019
Lagged and dormant season climate better predict plant vital rates than climate during the growing season
SM Evers, TM Knight, DW Inouye, TEX Miller, R Salguero‐Gómez, AM Iler, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (9), 1927-1941, 2021
Novel insights to be gained from applying metacommunity theory to long-term, spatially replicated biodiversity data
S Record, NM Voelker, PL Zarnetske, NI Wisnoski, JD Tonkin, C Swan, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 479, 2021
Short-lived plants have stronger demographic responses to climate
A Compagnoni, S Levin, DZ Childs, S Harpole, M Paniw, G Romer, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Climate change and plant demography in the sagebrush steppe
A Compagnoni
All Graduate Theses and Dissertations, 2013
The myriad of complex demographic responses of terrestrial mammals to climate change and gaps of knowledge: A global analysis
M Paniw, TD James, CR Archer, G Römer, S Levin, A Compagnoni, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2021
popler: An r package for extraction and synthesis of population time series from the long‐term ecological research (LTER) network
A Compagnoni, AJ Bibian, BM Ochocki, S Levin, K Zhu, TEX Miller
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (2), 258-264, 2020
Patterns and drivers of stability in long-term metacommunity data
NI Wisnoski, ER Sokol, R Andrade, MCN Castorani, CP Catano, ...
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Evaluating the link between metacommunity stability and environmental variability across trophic groups represented at LTER sites
NM Voelker, ER Sokol, NI Wisnoski, CM Swan, T Lamy, MCN Castorani, ...
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
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