Cynthia S. Brown
Cynthia S. Brown
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Community assembly and invasion: an experimental test of neutral versus niche processes
J Fargione, CS Brown, D Tilman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (15), 8916-8920, 2003
Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness
PB Adler, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, H Hillebrand, Y Hautier, A Hector, ...
science 333 (6050), 1750-1753, 2011
Herbivores and nutrients control grassland plant diversity via light limitation
ET Borer, EW Seabloom, DS Gruner, WS Harpole, H Hillebrand, EM Lind, ...
Nature 508 (7497), 517-520, 2014
Resilience to stress and disturbance, and resistance to Bromus tectorum L. invasion in cold desert shrublands of western North America
JC Chambers, BA Bradley, CS Brown, C D’Antonio, MJ Germino, ...
Ecosystems 17 (2), 360-375, 2014
Comparisons of Mycorrhizal Responsiveness with Field Soil and Commercial Inoculum for Six Native Montane Species and Bromus tectorum
HI Rowe, CS Brown, VP Claassen
Restoration Ecology 15 (1), 44-52, 2007
The Mark of Zorro: Effects of the Exotic Annual Grass Vulpia myuros on California Native Perennial Grasses
CS Brown, KJ Rice
Restoration Ecology 8 (1), 10-17, 2000
Restoring native perennial grasses to rural roadsides in the Sacramento Valley of California: establishment and evaluation
RL Buss, CS Brown, JH Anderson
Restoration Ecology 5 (3), 214-228, 1997
SYNTHESIS: The role of adaptive trans‐generational plasticity in biological invasions of plants
AR Dyer, CS Brown, EK Espeland, JK McKay, H Meimberg, KJ Rice
Evolutionary Applications 3 (2), 179-192, 2010
Abundance of introduced species at home predicts abundance away in herbaceous communities
J Firn, JL Moore, AS MacDougall, ET Borer, EW Seabloom, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 274-281, 2011
Plant species’ origin predicts dominance and response to nutrient enrichment and herbivores in global grasslands
EW Seabloom, ET Borer, YM Buckley, EE Cleland, KF Davies, J Firn, ...
Nature Communications 6, 7710, 2015
Non-native plant invasions of United States national parks
JA Allen, CS Brown, TJ Stohlgren
Biological Invasions 11 (10), 2195-2207, 2009
Response to comments on “Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness”
JB Grace, PB Adler, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, H Hillebrand, Y Hautier, ...
science 335 (6075), 1441-1441, 2012
Effects of established perennial grasses on introduction of native forbs in California
CS Brown, RL Bugg
Restoration Ecology 9 (1), 38-48, 2001
Predicting invasion in grassland ecosystems: is exotic dominance the real embarrassment of richness?
EW Seabloom, ET Borer, Y Buckley, EE Cleland, K Davies, J Firn, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3677-3687, 2013
Field validation of an invasive species Maxent model
AM West, S Kumar, CS Brown, TJ Stohlgren, J Bromberg
Ecological Informatics 36, 126-134, 2016
Exotic Annual Bromus Invasions: Comparisons Among Species and Ecoregions in the Western United States
ML Brooks, CS Brown, JC Chambers, CM D’Antonio, JE Keeley, J Belnap
Exotic brome-grasses in arid and semiarid ecosystems of the western US, 11-60, 2016
Restoration ecology and invasive plants in the semiarid west
CS Brown, VJ Anderson, VP Claassen, ME Stannard, LM Wilson, ...
Invasive plant science and management 1 (4), 399-413, 2008
Distributional Changes and Range Predictions of Downy Brome (Bromus tectorum) in Rocky Mountain National Park
JE Bromberg, S Kumar, CS Brown, TJ Stohlgren
Invasive Plant Science and Management 4 (2), 173-182, 2011
Rapid assessment of postfire plant invasions in coniferous forests of the western United States
JP Freeman, TJ Stohlgren, ME Hunter, PN Omi, EJ Martinson, GW Chong, ...
Ecological Applications 17 (6), 1656-1665, 2007
Quantifying the invasiveness of species
R Colautti, JD Parker, MW Cadotte, P Pyšek, CS Brown, D Sax, ...
NeoBiota 21, 7, 2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20