Papers

Hart, S. P., Hess, C. Turcotte, M.M., & Levine, J.M. (submitted) Phenotypic plasticity provides an alternative pathway to species coexistence.

Bastin, J. et al. (submitted) Cities of the future, visualizing climate change to inspire actions

Godoy, O., González-Muñoz, N., Hart, S. P. (submitted) Effects of intraspecific variation in phenology on the coexistence of native and invasive plants.

Schreiber, S. J. Levine, J. M., Godoy, O., Kraft, N. J. B. & Hart, S. P. (in revision) Does deterministic coexistence theory matter in a finite world? Insights from serpentine annual plants. bioRxiv

Hart, S. P., Turcotte, M.M., & Levine, J.M. (2019) Effects of rapid evolution on species coexistence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1816298116, pdf

Levine, J. M., Hart, S. P. (in press) The dimensions of species coexistence. in A.P. Dobson, R.D. Holt, and D. Tilman, editors. Unsolved problems in ecology Princeton University Press.

Cardinaux, A, Hart, S. P. & Alexander, J. (2018) Do soil biota influence the outcome of novel interactions between plant competitors? Journal of Ecology 106:1853–1863 pdf

Blaser, W. J., Oppong, J. Hart, S.P., Landolt, J., Yeboah, E., & Six, J. (2018) Climate-smart sustainable agriculture in low-to-intermediate shade agroforests. Nature Sustainability 1(5): 234-239 pdf

Hart, S. P., Freckleton, R., & Levine, J. M. (2018) Journal of Ecology How to quantify competitive ability. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12954 pdf

Alexander, J. M., Diez, J. M., Usinowicz, J., Hart, S. P. (2018), Trends in Ecology and Evolution Species’ distributions as a coexistence problem: a reply to Godsoe et al. pdf

Hart, S. P., Usinowicz, J. & Levine, J. M. (2017) The spatial scales of species coexistence. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1: 1066-1073. pdf

Hart, S. P., Schreiber, S. J., Levine, J. M. (2016). How variation between individuals affects species coexistence. Ecology Letters 19: 825-838. pdf

Alexander, J. M., Diez, J. M. Hart, S. P. & Levine, J. M. (2016) When climate reshuffles competitors: a call for experimental macroecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31:831-841 pdf

Ban, N. C., Kittinger J. N., Pandolfi J. M., Pressey R. L., Thurstan R. H., Lybolt M. J., and Hart S. P. (2014). Incorporating historical perspectives into systematic marine conservation planning.in J. N. Kittinger, L. E. McClenachan, K. B. Gedan, and L. K. Blight, editors. Marine historical ecology in conservation: applying the past to manage for the future. University of California Press.

Hart, S. P., and D. J. Marshall (2013) Environmental stress, facilitation, competition, and coexistence. Ecology 94:2719-2731. pdf

Blaser, W. J., Sitters, J.,Hart, S. P.,Edwards, P. J. & Olde Venterink, H. (2013) Facilitative or competitive effects of woody plants on understorey vegetation depend on N-fixation, canopy shape and rainfall. Journal of Ecology 101:1598-1603. pdf

Hart, S. P., Burgin, J. R. & Marshall, D. J. (2012) Revisiting competition in a classic model system using formal links between theory and data. Ecology 93:2015-2022. pdf

Hart, S. P., & Marshall, D. J. (2012) Advantages and disadvantages of interference-competitive ability and resource-use efficiency when invading established communities. Oikos 121:396-402. pdf

Burgess, S. C., Hart, S. P., & Marshall, D. J. (2009) Pre-settlement behavior in larval bryozoans: the roles of larval age and size. Biological Bulletin 216:344-354. pdf

Hart, S. P., & Keough, M. J. (2009) Does size predict demographic fate? Modular demography and constraints on growth determine response to decreases in size. Ecology 90:1670-1678. pdf

Hart, S. P., and Marshall, D. J. (2009) Spatial arrangement affects population dynamics and competition independent of community composition. Ecology 90:1485-1491. pdf

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