Henry S. Horn

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Ecology Biology, Behavioral Sciences Psychology, Zoology Biology
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Gordon H. Orians grad student 1966 (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)


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John Jaenike grad student
John W. Fitzpatrick grad student 1978 Princeton (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Donald Waller grad student 1978 (MathTree)
Terry L. Root grad student 1987 Princeton (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Anthony R. Ives grad student 1988 Princeton (Marine Ecology Tree)
Jorge A. Ahumada grad student 1992-1996 Princeton (Chemistry Tree)
Nipada Ruankaew grad student 2004 Princeton
Janeene M. Touchton grad student 2011 Princeton
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Katul GG, Porporato A, Nathan R, et al. (2005) Mechanistic analytical models for long-distance seed dispersal by wind. The American Naturalist. 166: 368-81
Pianka ER, Horn HS. (2005) Ecology's legacy from Robert MacArthur Ecological Paradigms Lost. 213-232
Nathan R, Katul GG, Horn HS, et al. (2002) Mechanisms of long-distance dispersal of seeds by wind. Nature. 418: 409-13
Horn HS, Nathan R, Kaplan SR. (2001) Long-distance dispersal of tree seeds by wind Ecological Research. 16: 877-885
Horn HS, May RM. (1977) Limits to similarity among coexisting competitors Nature. 270: 660-661
Horn HS. (1974) The Ecology of Secondary Succession Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 5: 25-37
Horn HS, MacArthur RH. (1972) Competition among Fugitive Species in a Harlequin Environment Ecology. 53: 749-752
Orians GH, Horn HS. (1969) Overlap in Foods and Foraging of Four Species of Blackbirds in the Potholes of Central Washington Ecology. 50: 930-938
MacArthur RH, Horn HS. (1969) Foliage Profile by Vertical Measurements Ecology. 50: 802-804
Horn HS. (1968) The Adaptive Significance of Colonial Nesting in the Brewer's Blackbird (Euphagus Cyanocephalus) Ecology. 49: 682-694
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