christopher j lortie
christopher j lortie
York University & NCEAS
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Positive interactions among alpine plants increase with stress
RM Callaway, RW Brooker, P Choler, Z Kikvidze, CJ Lortie, R Michalet, ...
Nature 417 (6891), 844, 2002
Facilitation in plant communities: the past, the present, and the future
RW Brooker, FT Maestre, RM Callaway, CL Lortie, LA Cavieres, ...
Journal of ecology 96 (1), 18-34, 2008
Refining the stress‐gradient hypothesis for competition and facilitation in plant communities
FT Maestre, RM Callaway, F Valladares, CJ Lortie
Journal of Ecology 97 (2), 199-205, 2009
Do biotic interactions shape both sides of the humped‐back model of species richness in plant communities?
R Michalet, RW Brooker, LA Cavieres, Z Kikvidze, CJ Lortie, FI Pugnaire, ...
Ecology letters 9 (7), 767-773, 2006
Rethinking plant community theory
CJ Lortie, RW Brooker, P Choler, Z Kikvidze, R Michalet, FI Pugnaire, ...
Oikos 107 (2), 433-438, 2004
Double-blind review favours increased representation of female authors
AE Budden, T Tregenza, LW Aarssen, J Koricheva, R Leimu, CJ Lortie
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (1), 4-6, 2008
Re‐analysis of meta‐analysis: support for the stress‐gradient hypothesis
CJ Lortie, RM Callaway
Journal of Ecology 94 (1), 7-16, 2006
The importance of importance
R Brooker, Z Kikvidze, FI Pugnaire, RM Callaway, P Choler, CJ Lortie, ...
Oikos 109 (1), 63-70, 2005
Linking patterns and processes in alpine plant communities: a global study
Z Kikvidze, FI Pugnaire, RW Brooker, P Choler, CJ Lortie, R Michalet, ...
Ecology 86 (6), 1395-1400, 2005
Support for major hypotheses in invasion biology is uneven and declining
J Jeschke, LG Aparicio, S Haider, T Heger, C Lortie, P Pyšek, D Strayer
NeoBiota 14, 1, 2012
Facilitative plant interactions and climate simultaneously drive alpine plant diversity
LA Cavieres, RW Brooker, BJ Butterfield, BJ Cook, Z Kikvidze, CJ Lortie, ...
Ecology letters 17 (2), 193-202, 2014
The specialization hypothesis for phenotypic plasticity in plants
CJ Lortie, LW Aarssen
International Journal of Plant Sciences 157 (4), 484-487, 1996
Tree invasions: a comparative test of the dominant hypotheses and functional traits
LJ Lamarque, S Delzon, CJ Lortie
Biological Invasions 13 (9), 1969-1989, 2011
Alpine cushion plants inhibit the loss of phylogenetic diversity in severe environments
BJ Butterfield, LA Cavieres, RM Callaway, BJ Cook, Z Kikvidze, CJ Lortie, ...
Ecology Letters 16 (4), 478-486, 2013
Partitioning net interactions among plants along altitudinal gradients to study community responses to climate change
R Michalet, C Schöb, CJ Lortie, RW Brooker, RM Callaway
Functional Ecology 28 (1), 75-86, 2014
Pollination in Verbascum thapsus (Scrophulariaceae): the advantage of being tall
SE Donnelly, CJ Lortie, LW Aarssen
American Journal of Botany 85 (11), 1618-1625, 1998
Two alternatives to the stress‐gradient hypothesis at the edge of life: the collapse of facilitation and the switch from facilitation to competition
R Michalet, Y Le Bagousse‐Pinguet, JP Maalouf, CJ Lortie
Journal of Vegetation Science 25 (2), 609-613, 2014
Plant invasions, generalist herbivores, and novel defense weapons
U Schaffner, WM Ridenour, VC Wolf, T Bassett, C Müller, ...
Ecology 92 (4), 829-835, 2011
Don’t diss integration: a comment on Ricklefs’s disintegrating communities
RW Brooker, RM Callaway, LA Cavieres, Z Kikvidze, CJ Lortie, R Michalet, ...
The American Naturalist 174 (6), 919-927, 2009
Publication and related biases.
HRR Jennions, M.D., C.J. Lortie, M.R. Rosenberg
Handbook of meta-analysis in ecology and evolution, 517-580, 2013
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