Joseph K. Bailey, Ph.D.

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, United States 
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Thomas G. Whitham grad student 2003 Northern Arizona University
 (Interaction effects, pattern reversals, extended phenotypes, and community composition shifts.)
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Ware IM, Van Nuland ME, Schweitzer JA, et al. (2019) Climate-driven reduction of genetic variation in plant phenology alters soil communities and nutrient pools. Global Change Biology
Des Roches S, Post DM, Turley NE, et al. (2018) The ecological importance of intraspecific variation. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2: 57-64
Van Nuland ME, Bailey JK, Schweitzer JA. (2017) Divergent plant-soil feedbacks could alter future elevation ranges and ecosystem dynamics. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1: 150
Pfennigwerth AA, Bailey JK, Schweitzer JA. (2017) Trait variation along elevation gradients in a dominant woody shrub is population-specific and driven by plasticity. Aob Plants. 9: plx027
Wooliver RC, Marion ZH, Peterson CR, et al. (2017) Phylogeny is a powerful tool for predicting plant biomass responses to nitrogen enrichment. Ecology
Keith AR, Bailey JK, Lau MK, et al. (2017) Genetics-based interactions of foundation species affect community diversity, stability and network structure. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Senior JK, Potts BM, Davies NW, et al. (2016) Phylogeny Explains Variation in The Root Chemistry of Eucalyptus Species. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Read QD, Hoban SM, Eppinga MB, et al. (2016) Accounting for the nested nature of genetic variation across levels of organization improves our understanding of biodiversity and community ecology Oikos
Wooliver R, Pfennigwerth AA, Bailey JK, et al. (2016) Plant functional constraints guide macroevolutionary trade-offs in competitive and conservative growth responses to nitrogen Functional Ecology
Wooliver R, Senior JK, Schweitzer JA, et al. (2014) Evolutionary history and novel biotic interactions determine plant responses to elevated CO2 and nitrogen fertilization. Plos One. 9: e114596
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