Brad Butterfield
Brad Butterfield
Associate Research Professor, Northern Arizona University
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Revisiting the H oly G rail: using plant functional traits to understand ecological processes
JL Funk, JE Larson, GM Ames, BJ Butterfield, J Cavender‐Bares, J Firn, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (2), 1156-1173, 2017
2072017
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
2042014
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
1412013
Single‐trait functional indices outperform multi‐trait indices in linking environmental gradients and ecosystem services in a complex landscape
BJ Butterfield, KN Suding
Journal of Ecology 101 (1), 9-17, 2013
1332013
Foundation species influence trait‐based community assembly
C Schöb, BJ Butterfield, FI Pugnaire
New Phytologist 196 (3), 824-834, 2012
1152012
Effects of facilitation on community stability and dynamics: synthesis and future directions
BJ Butterfield
Journal of Ecology 97 (6), 1192-1201, 2009
882009
A functional comparative approach to facilitation and its context dependence
BJ Butterfield, RM Callaway
Functional Ecology 27 (4), 907-917, 2013
792013
A global analysis of bidirectional interactions in alpine plant communities shows facilitators experiencing strong reciprocal fitness costs
C Schöb, R Michalet, LA Cavieres, FI Pugnaire, RW Brooker, ...
New Phytologist 202 (1), 95-105, 2014
712014
Facilitation drives 65 years of vegetation change in the Sonoran Desert
BJ Butterfield, JL Betancourt, RM Turner, JM Briggs
Ecology 91 (4), 1132-1139, 2010
712010
Regeneration niche differentiates functional strategies of desert woody plant species
BJ Butterfield, JM Briggs
Oecologia 165 (2), 477-487, 2011
702011
Testing the link between functional diversity and ecosystem functioning in a Minnesota grassland experiment
CM Clark, DFB Flynn, BJ Butterfield, PB Reich
PloS one 7 (12), e52821, 2012
612012
Does the stress‐gradient hypothesis hold water? Disentangling spatial and temporal variation in plant effects on soil moisture in dryland systems
BJ Butterfield, JB Bradford, C Armas, I Prieto, FI Pugnaire
Functional Ecology 30 (1), 10-19, 2016
422016
Patch dynamics of soil biotic feedbacks in the Sonoran Desert
BJ Butterfield, JM Briggs
Journal of Arid Environments 73 (1), 96-102, 2009
382009
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
372020
The effects of foundation species on community assembly: a global study on alpine cushion plant communities
Z Kikvidze, RW Brooker, BJ Butterfield, RM Callaway, LA Cavieres, ...
Ecology 96 (8), 2064-2069, 2015
362015
The context dependence of beneficiary feedback effects on benefactors in plant facilitation
C Schöb, RM Callaway, F Anthelme, RW Brooker, LA Cavieres, ...
New Phytologist 204 (2), 386-396, 2014
332014
The economic value of grassland species for carbon storage
BA Hungate, EB Barbier, AW Ando, SP Marks, PB Reich, N Van Gestel, ...
Science Advances 3 (4), e1601880, 2017
312017
Prestoration: using species in restoration that will persist now and into the future
BJ Butterfield, SM Copeland, SM Munson, CM Roybal, TE Wood
Restoration Ecology 25, S155-S163, 2017
302017
Scaling up the diversity–resilience relationship with trait databases and remote sensing data: the recovery of productivity after wildfire
MJ Spasojevic, CA Bahlai, BA Bradley, BJ Butterfield, MN Tuanmu, ...
Global change biology 22 (4), 1421-1432, 2016
292016
Growth of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum) and four native trees under varying water regimes
BJ Butterfield, WE Rogers, E Siemann
Texas Journal of Science 56 (4), 335-346, 2004
252004
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