Betsy Von Holle
Betsy Von Holle
Program Director, National Science Foundation and Research Associate, University of Central Florida
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Positive interactions of nonindigenous species: invasional meltdown?
D Simberloff, B Von Holle
Biological invasions 1 (1), 21-32, 1999
Impact: toward a framework for understanding the ecological effects of invaders
IM Parker, D Simberloff, WM Lonsdale, K Goodell, M Wonham, ...
Biological invasions 1 (1), 3-19, 1999
Loss of foundation species: consequences for the structure and dynamics of forested ecosystems
AM Ellison, MS Bank, BD Clinton, EA Colburn, K Elliott, CR Ford, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (9), 479-486, 2005
The invasion paradox: reconciling pattern and process in species invasions
JD Fridley, JJ Stachowicz, S Naeem, DF Sax, EW Seabloom, MD Smith, ...
Ecology 88 (1), 3-17, 2007
Ecological resistance to biological invasion overwhelmed by propagule pressure
BV Holle, D Simberloff
Ecology 86 (12), 3212-3218, 2005
Economic impacts of non-native forest insects in the continental United States
JE Aukema, B Leung, K Kovacs, C Chivers, KO Britton, J Englin, ...
PLoS one 6 (9), e24587, 2011
Historical accumulation of nonindigenous forest pests in the continental United States
JE Aukema, DG McCullough, B Von Holle, AM Liebhold, K Britton, ...
BioScience 60 (11), 886-897, 2010
Economic impacts of invasive species in forest past, present, and future
TP Holmes, JE Aukema, B Von Holle, A Liebhold, E Sills
In: The Year In Ecology and Conservation Biology, 2009. Ann. NY Acad. Sci …, 2009
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, M Vilà
Macmillan Publishers, 2011
The importance of biological inertia in plant community resistance to invasion
B Von Holle, HR Delcourt, D Simberloff
Journal of Vegetation Science 14 (3), 425-432, 2003
A highly aggregated geographical distribution of forest pest invasions in the USA
AM Liebhold, DG McCullough, LM Blackburn, SJ Frankel, B Von Holle, ...
Diversity and Distributions 19 (9), 1208-1216, 2013
Historical land use and environmental determinants of nonnative plant distribution in coastal southern New England
B Von Holle, G Motzkin
Biological Conservation 136 (1), 33-43, 2007
How many, and which, plants will invade natural areas?
JL Lockwood, D Simberloff, ML McKinney, B Von Holle
Biological Invasions 3 (1), 1-8, 2001
Biotic resistance to invader establishment of a southern Appalachian plant community is determined by environmental conditions
B Von Holle
Journal of Ecology 93 (1), 16-26, 2005
Saving camels from straws: how propagule pressure-based prevention policies can reduce the risk of biological invasion
JK Reaser, LA Meyerson, B Von Holle
Biological Invasions 10 (7), 1085-1098, 2008
Facilitations between the introduced nitrogen-fixing tree, Robinia pseudoacacia, and nonnative plant species in the glacial outwash upland ecosystem of Cape Cod, MA
B Von Holle, KA Joseph, EF Largay, RG Lohnes
Biodiversity & Conservation 15 (7), 2197-2215, 2006
Testing Fox's assembly rule: does plant invasion depend on recipient community structure?
B Von Holle, D Simberloff
Oikos 105 (3), 551-563, 2004
Genetic diversity and invasibility: a test using a model system with a novel experimental design
JF Weltzin, NZ Muth, B Von Holle, PG Cole
Oikos 103 (3), 505-518, 2003
Climatic variability leads to later seasonal flowering of Floridian plants
B Von Holle, Y Wei, D Nickerson
PloS one 5 (7), e11500, 2010
Sea level rise, land use, and climate change influence the distribution of loggerhead turtle nests at the largest USA rookery (Melbourne Beach, Florida)
JS Reece, D Passeri, L Ehrhart, SC Hagen, A Hays, C Long, RF Noss, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 493, 259-274, 2013
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