Diane M. Thomson
Diane M. Thomson
W. M. Keck Science Department
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The spatial spread of invasions: new developments in theory and evidence
A Hastings, K Cuddington, KF Davies, CJ Dugaw, S Elmendorf, ...
Ecology Letters 8 (1), 91-101, 2005
7832005
The statistical inevitability of stability-diversity relationships in community ecology
DF Doak, D Bigger, EK Harding, MA Marvier, RE O'malley, D Thomson
The American Naturalist 151 (3), 264-276, 1998
7251998
Competitive interactions between the invasive European honey bee and native bumble bees
D Thomson
Ecology 85 (2), 458-470, 2004
2532004
A practical handbook for population viability analysis
W Morris, D Doak, M Groom, P Kareiva, J Fieberg, L Gerber, P Murphy, ...
The Nature Conservancy, 1999
1811999
Detecting the effects of introduced species: a case study of competition between Apis and Bombus
DM Thomson
Oikos 114 (3), 407-418, 2006
862006
The scientific foundations of habitat conservation plans: a quantitative assessment
EK Harding, EE Crone, BD Elderd, JM Hoekstra, AJ McKerrow, JD Perrine, ...
Conservation Biology 15 (2), 488-500, 2001
702001
Measuring the effects of invasive species on the demography of a rare endemic plant
D Thomson
Biological Invasions 7 (4), 615-624, 2005
672005
Population viability analysis for plants: understanding the demographic consequences of seed banks for population health
DF Doak, D Thomson, ES Jules
Population viability analysis, 312-337, 2002
512002
Matrix models as a tool for understanding invasive plant and native plant interactions
DM Thomson
Conservation Biology 19 (3), 917-928, 2005
492005
Local bumble bee decline linked to recovery of honey bees, drought effects on floral resources
DM Thomson
Ecology Letters 19 (10), 1247-1255, 2016
432016
Do source–sink dynamics promote the spread of an invasive grass into a novel habitat?
DM Thomson
Ecology 88 (12), 3126-3134, 2007
312007
Does simple feeding enrichment raise activity levels of captive ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta)?
DL Dishman, DM Thomson, NJ Karnovsky
Applied animal behaviour science 116 (1), 88-95, 2009
302009
Approaches to modeling population viability in plants: an overview
CA Brigham, DM Thomson
Population viability in plants, 145-171, 2003
262003
Climate alters response of an endemic island plant to removal of invasive herbivores
AK McEachern, DM Thomson, KA Chess
Ecological Applications 19 (6), 1574-1584, 2009
232009
Using population count data to assess the effects of changing river flow on an endangered riparian plant
DM Thomson, MW Schwartz
Conservation biology 20 (4), 1132-1142, 2006
162006
Why are native annual abundances low in invaded grasslands? Testing the effects of competition and seed limitation
DM Thomson, R Cruz-de Hoyos, K Cummings, EL Schultz
Plant ecology 217 (4), 431-442, 2016
82016
Effects of long‐term variation in pollinator abundance and diversity on reproduction of a generalist plant
DM Thomson
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 491-502, 2019
62019
Between invaders and a risky place: Exotic grasses alter demographic tradeoffs of native forb germination timing
DM Thomson, RA King, EL Schultz
Ecosphere 8 (10), e01987, 2017
62017
Extreme drought alters growth and interactions with exotic grasses, but not survival, for a California annual forb
DM Thomson, JW Kwok, EL Schultz
Plant Ecology 219 (6), 705-717, 2018
32018
Invasions and the Evolution of Range Limits
D Thomson, B Baythavong, K Rice
Serpentine: The Evolution and Ecology of a Model System, 201–220, 2011
22011
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