Philip Rundel

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Adaptations of plants to environmental stress, focusing on mediterranean, desert, and tropical ecosystems; applications of environmental sensor arrays for ecological research
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Cheryl Swift grad student UCLA (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Jeannette A. Reich grad student 2000 UCLA
Catherine Kleier grad student 2001 UCLA
Alex C. Gilman grad student 2007 UCLA
Connie J. Fotheringham grad student 2009 UCLA
Brian R. Zutta grad student 2009 UCLA
Akane M. Nishimura grad student 2011 UCLA
Jennifer W. Sun grad student 2011 UCLA
Jolene R. Moroney grad student 2012 UCLA
Erin C. Riordan grad student 2013 UCLA
Alexandria Pivovaroff post-doc UCLA (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Rundel PW, Arroyo MTK, Cowling RM, et al. (2018) Fire and Plant Diversification in Mediterranean-Climate Regions. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9: 851
Rundel PW. (2016) Community structure and leaf trait heterogeneity in a deciduous thicket community of the Middle Zambezi River Valley, Zambia South African Journal of Botany. 103: 222-229
Kleier C, Trenary T, Graham EA, et al. (2015) Size class structure, growth rates, and orientation of the central Andean cushion Azorella compacta. Peerj. 3: e843
Rundel PW. (2015) Biomass, productivity, and nutrient allocation in subalpine shrublands and meadows of the Emerald Lake Basin, Sequoia National Park, California Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 47: 115-123
Cowling RM, Potts AJ, Bradshaw PL, et al. (2015) Variation in plant diversity in mediterranean-climate ecosystems: The role of climatic and topographical stability Journal of Biogeography. 42: 552-564
Harmon TC, Dierick D, Trahan N, et al. (2015) Low-cost soil CO2 efflux and point concentration sensing systems for terrestrial ecology applications Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6: 1358-1362
Creese C, Oberbauer S, Rundel P, et al. (2014) Are fern stomatal responses to different stimuli coordinated? Testing responses to light, vapor pressure deficit, and CO2 for diverse species grown under contrasting irradiances. The New Phytologist. 204: 92-104
Riordan EC, Rundel PW. (2014) Land use compounds habitat losses under projected climate change in a threatened California ecosystem. Plos One. 9: e86487
Pivovaroff A, Sharifi R, Scoffoni C, et al. (2014) Making the best of the worst of times: Traits underlying combined shade and drought tolerance of Ruscus aculeatus and ruscus microglossum (Asparagaceae) Functional Plant Biology. 41: 11-24
Rundel PW, Dickie IA, Richardson DM. (2014) Tree invasions into treeless areas: Mechanisms and ecosystem processes Biological Invasions. 16: 663-675
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