James S Clark
James S Clark
Professor of Environment, Duke University
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Ecological forecasts: an emerging imperative
JS Clark, SR Carpenter, M Barber, S Collins, A Dobson, JA Foley, ...
science 293 (5530), 657-660, 2001
9362001
Seed dispersal near and far: patterns across temperate and tropical forests
JS Clark, M Silman, R Kern, E Macklin, J HilleRisLambers
Ecology 80 (5), 1475-1494, 1999
9351999
Why environmental scientists are becoming Bayesians
JS Clark
Ecology letters 8 (1), 2-14, 2005
8272005
Why trees migrate so fast: confronting theory with dispersal biology and the paleorecord
JS Clark
The American Naturalist 152 (2), 204-224, 1998
8181998
Particle motion and the theory of charcoal analysis: source area, transport, deposition, and sampling
JS Clark
Quaternary Research 30 (1), 67-80, 1988
7491988
Reid's paradox of rapid plant migration: dispersal theory and interpretation of paleoecological records
JS Clark, C Fastie, G Hurtt, ST Jackson, C Johnson, GA King, M Lewis, ...
BioScience 48 (1), 13-24, 1998
7071998
Stages and spatial scales of recruitment limitation in southern Appalachian forests
JS Clark, E Macklin, L Wood
Ecological monographs 68 (2), 213-235, 1998
6641998
Molecular indicators of tree migration capacity under rapid climate change
JS McLachlan, JS Clark, PS Manos
Ecology 86 (8), 2088-2098, 2005
5912005
Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate Dynamics 30 (7), 887-907, 2008
5662008
Effects of climate and atmospheric CO2 partial pressure on the global distribution of C4 grasses: present, past, and future
GJ Collatz, JA Berry, JS Clark
Oecologia 114 (4), 441-454, 1998
5281998
Fire and climate change during the last 750 yr in northwestern Minnesota
JS Clark
Ecological Monographs 60 (2), 135-159, 1990
5151990
Accounting for uncertainty in ecological analysis: the strengths and limitations of hierarchical statistical modeling
N Cressie, CA Calder, JS Clark, JMV Hoef, CK Wikle
Ecological Applications 19 (3), 553-570, 2009
5102009
Models for ecological dataan introduction
JS Clark
4832007
Interpreting recruitment limitation in forests
JS Clark, B Beckage, P Camill, B Cleveland, J HilleRisLambers, J Lichter, ...
American Journal of Botany 86 (1), 1-16, 1999
4781999
Failure to migrate: lack of tree range expansion in response to climate change
K Zhu, CW Woodall, JS Clark
Global Change Biology 18 (3), 1042-1052, 2012
4722012
Quantifying global soil carbon losses in response to warming
Nature 540, 104-108, 2016
4352016
Plant Migration and Climate Change: A more realistic portrait of plant migration is essential to predicting biological responses to global warming in a world drastically …
LF Pitelka
American Scientist 85 (5), 464-473, 1997
4161997
Invasion by extremes: population spread with variation in dispersal and reproduction
JS Clark, M Lewis, L Horvath
The American Naturalist 157 (5), 537-554, 2001
4112001
Effect of climate change on fire regimes in northwestern Minnesota
JS Clark
Nature 334 (6179), 233-235, 1988
3921988
Understanding movement data and movement processes: current and emerging directions
RS Schick, SR Loarie, F Colchero, BD Best, A Boustany, DA Conde, ...
Ecology letters 11 (12), 1338-1350, 2008
3762008
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