Walter P. Carson

Biological Sciences University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Ecology Biology, Botany Biology, Evolution and Development Biology
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Glassmire AE, Carson WP, Smilanich AM, et al. (2023) Multiple and contrasting pressures determine intraspecific phytochemical variation in a tropical shrub. Oecologia
Royo AA, Carson WP. (2022) Stasis in forest regeneration following deer exclusion and understory gap creation: A ten-year experiment. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2569
Spicer ME, Mellor H, Carson WP. (2020) Seeing beyond the trees: a comparison of tropical and temperate plant growth-forms and their vertical distribution. Ecology. e02974
Slyder JB, Wenzel JW, Royo AA, et al. (2020) Post-windthrow salvage logging increases seedling and understory diversity with little impact on composition immediately after logging New Forests. 51: 409-420
Chen W, Zhong J, Carson WP, et al. (2019) Proximity to roads disrupts rodents’ contributions to seed dispersal services and subsequent recruitment dynamics Journal of Ecology. 107: 2623-2634
Griffin EA, Harrison JG, Kembel SW, et al. (2019) Plant host identity and soil macronutrients explain little variation in sapling endophyte community composition: Is disturbance an alternative explanation? Journal of Ecology. 107: 1876-1889
Spicer ME, Suess KF, Wenzel JW, et al. (2018) Does salvage logging erase a key physical legacy of a tornado blowdown? A case study of tree tip-up mounds Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 48: 976-982
Griffin EA, Wright SJ, Morin PJ, et al. (2017) Pervasive interactions between foliar microbes and soil nutrients mediate leaf production and herbivore damage in a tropical forest. The New Phytologist
Meiners SJ, Phipps KK, Pendergast TH, et al. (2017) Soil microbial communities alter leaf chemistry and influence allelopathic potential among coexisting plant species. Oecologia
Frigoletto E, Wylie P, Pasquini SC, et al. (2017) Excluding deer increases the proportion of beech saplings originating from seed versus those of root sprout origin1 Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 144: 379-384
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