Erik Aschehoug
Erik Aschehoug
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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), 844-848, 2002
16142002
Invasive plants versus their new and old neighbors: a mechanism for exotic invasion
RM Callaway, ET Aschehoug
Science 290 (5491), 521-523, 2000
15652000
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
1792014
Interactions among plants and evolution
AS Thorpe, ET Aschehoug, DZ Atwater, RM Callaway
Journal of Ecology 99 (3), 729-740, 2011
1302011
Plant behavioural ecology: dynamic plasticity in secondary metabolites
KL METLEN, ET ASCHEHOUG, RM CALLAWAY
Plant, cell & environment 32 (6), 641-653, 2008
1292008
A framework to assess evolutionary responses to anthropogenic light and sound
JP Swaddle, CD Francis, JR Barber, CB Cooper, CCM Kyba, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 550-560, 2015
1262015
Fungal endophytes directly increase the competitive effects of an invasive forb
ET Aschehoug, KL Metlen, RM Callaway, G Newcombe
Ecology 93 (1), 3-8, 2012
852012
Fungal endophyte increases the allelopathic effects of an invasive forb
ET Aschehoug, RM Callaway, G Newcombe, N Tharayil, S Chen
Oecologia 175 (1), 285-291, 2014
482014
The Mechanisms and Consequences of Interspecific Competition Among Plants
ET Aschehoug, R Brooker, DZ Atwater, JL Maron, RM Callaway
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 47, 263-281, 2016
462016
Diversity increases indirect interactions, attenuates the intensity of competition, and promotes coexistence
ET Aschehoug, RM Callaway
American Naturalist 186 (4), 452-459, 2015
322015
Competitive outcomes between two exotic invaders are modified by direct and indirect effects of a native conifer
KL Metlen, ET Aschehoug, RM Callaway
Oikos, 2012
292012
Morphological variability in tree root architecture indirectly affects coexistence among competitors in the understory
ET Aschehoug, RM Callaway
Ecology 95 (7), 1731-1736, 2014
172014
Inhibitory effects of Eucalyptus globulus on understorey plant growth and species richness are greater in non‐native regions
PI Becerra, JA Catford, M Luce McLeod, K Andonian, ET Aschehoug, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (1), 68-76, 2018
142018
Habitat restoration affects immature stages of a wetland butterfly through indirect effects on predation
ET Aschehoug, FS Sivakoff, HL Cayton, WF Morris, NM Haddad
Ecology 96 (7), 1761-1767, 2015
142015
A test of the Judas technique as a method for eradicating feral pigs
JT Wilcox, ET Aschehoug, CA Scott, DH Van Vuren
Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society 40, 120-126, 2004
14*2004
Models of Experimental Competitive Intensities Predict Home and Away Differences in Invasive Impact and the Effects of an Endophytic Mutualist
S Xiao, RM Callaway, G Newcombe, ET Aschehoug
The American Naturalist 180 (6), 707-718, 2012
102012
Progress in island fox recovery efforts on the northern Channel Islands
TJ Coonan, K Rutz, DK Garcelon, BC Latta, MM Gray, ET Aschehoug
Proceedings of the Sixth California Islands Symposium. National Park Service …, 2005
102005
Current status of the Santa Cruz Island fox (Urocyon littoralis santacruzae)
VJ Bakker, DK Garcelon, ET Aschehoug, KR Crooks, C Newman, ...
Proceedings of the Fifth California Islands Symposium, 275-285, 2005
82005
Habitat restoration alters adult butterfly morphology and potential fecundity through effects on host plant quality
FS Sivakoff, WF Morris, ET Aschehoug, BR Hudgens, NM Haddad
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01522, 2016
52016
Habitat Restoration as a Recovery Tool for a Disturbance-Dependent Butterfly, The Endangered St. Francis’ Satyr
H Cayton, NM Haddad, B Ball, E Henry, E Aschehoug
Butterfly Conservation in North America, 147-159, 2015
32015
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