Virginia Matzek
Virginia Matzek
Environmental Science, Santa Clara University
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TitleCited byYear
Global patterns of the isotopic composition of soil and plant nitrogen
R Amundson, AT Austin, EAG Schuur, K Yoo, V Matzek, C Kendall, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 17 (1), 2003
8002003
Are you what you eat? Physiological constraints on organismal stoichiometry in an elementally imbalanced world
PC Frost, MA Evans‐White, ZV Finkel, TC Jensen, V Matzek
Oikos 109 (1), 18-28, 2005
2412005
N: P stoichiometry and protein: RNA ratios in vascular plants: an evaluation of the growth‐rate hypothesis
V Matzek, PM Vitousek
Ecology Letters 12 (8), 765-771, 2009
1572009
Carbon sequestration and plant community dynamics following reforestation of tropical pasture
WL Silver, LM Kueppers, AE Lugo, R Ostertag, V Matzek
Ecological Applications 14 (4), 1115-1127, 2004
1462004
Climate change's impact on key ecosystem services and the human well‐being they support in the US
EJ Nelson, P Kareiva, M Ruckelshaus, K Arkema, G Geller, E Girvetz, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (9), 483-893, 2013
902013
Nitrogen fixation in bryophytes, lichens, and decaying wood along a soil‐age gradient in Hawaiian montane rain forest
V Matzek, P Vitousek
Biotropica 35 (1), 12-19, 2003
712003
Closing the knowing–doing gap in invasive plant management: accessibility and interdisciplinarity of scientific research
V Matzek, J Covino, JL Funk, M Saunders
Conservation Letters 7 (3), 208-215, 2014
642014
Trait values, not trait plasticity, best explain invasive species' performance in a changing environment
V Matzek
PloS one 7 (10), e48821, 2012
612012
Superior performance and nutrient-use efficiency of invasive plants over non-invasive congeners in a resource-limited environment
V Matzek
Biological Invasions 13 (12), 3005, 2011
572011
Ch. 8: Ecosystems, biodiversity, and ecosystem services
PM Groffman, P Kareiva, S Carter, NB Grimm, J Lawler, M Mack, V Matzek, ...
Climate Change Impacts in the United States, 195-219, 2014
332014
Broadening the case for invasive species management to include impacts on ecosystem services
JL Funk, V Matzek, M Bernhardt, D Johnson
BioScience 64 (1), 58-63, 2013
302013
Can carbon credits fund riparian forest restoration?
V Matzek, C Puleston, J Gunn
Restoration Ecology 23 (1), 7-14, 2015
182015
What managers want from invasive species research versus what they get
V Matzek, M Pujalet, S Cresci
Conservation Letters 8 (1), 33-40, 2015
172015
Stress tolerance and ecophysiological ability of an invader and a native species in a seasonally dry tropical forest
MT Oliveira, V Matzek, CD Medeiros, R Rivas, HM Falcao, MG Santos
PloS one 9 (8), e105514, 2014
172014
Incomplete recovery of ecosystem processes after two decades of riparian forest restoration
V Matzek, S Warren, C Fisher
Restoration ecology 24 (5), 637-645, 2016
142016
Using structured decision‐making to set restoration objectives when multiple values and preferences exist
AM Guerrero, L Shoo, G Iacona, RJ Standish, CP Catterall, L Rumpff, ...
Restoration Ecology 25 (6), 858-865, 2017
112017
Summer irrigation, grazing and seed addition differentially influence community composition in an invaded serpentine grassland
JL Funk, MK Hoffacker, V Matzek
Restoration Ecology 23 (2), 122-130, 2015
102015
Emerging approaches to successful ecological restoration: five imperatives to guide innovation
V Matzek, ES Gornish, KB Hulvey
Restoration ecology 25, S110-S113, 2017
52017
Response of biomass and seedbanks of rangeland functional groups to mechanical control of yellow starthistle
V Matzek, S Hill
Rangeland Ecology & Management 65 (1), 96-100, 2012
52012
Carbon sequestration in riparian forests: A global synthesis and meta‐analysis
KE Dybala, V Matzek, T Gardali, NE Seavy
Global change biology 25 (1), 57-67, 2019
42019
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