Caroline E. Farrior

2012 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Simon Asher Levin grad student 2012 Princeton
 (The roles of competition and resource availability in the biomass allocation of plant communities.)
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Crawford MS, Barry KE, Clark AT, et al. (2021) The function-dominance correlation drives the direction and strength of biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships. Ecology Letters
Reiskind MOB, Moody ML, Bolnick DI, et al. (2021) Nothing in Evolution Makes Sense Except in the Light of Biology. Bioscience. 71: 370-382
Franklin O, Harrison SP, Dewar R, et al. (2020) Organizing principles for vegetation dynamics. Nature Plants
Rüger N, Condit R, Dent DH, et al. (2020) Demographic trade-offs predict tropical forest dynamics. Science (New York, N.Y.). 368: 165-168
Farrior CE. (2019) Theory predicts plants grow roots to compete with only their closest neighbours. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191129
Lu Y, Duursma RA, Farrior CE, et al. (2019) Optimal stomatal drought response shaped by competition for water and hydraulic risk can explain plant trait covariation. The New Phytologist
Dybzinski R, Kelvakis A, McCabe J, et al. (2018) How are nitrogen availability, fine-root mass, and nitrogen uptake related empirically? Implications for models and theory. Global Change Biology
Fisher RA, Koven CD, Anderegg WRL, et al. (2017) Vegetation Demographics in Earth System Models: a review of progress and priorities. Global Change Biology
Weng E, Farrior CE, Dybzinski R, et al. (2016) Predicting vegetation type through physiological and environmental interactions with leaf traits: evergreen and deciduous forests in an earth system modeling framework. Global Change Biology
Farrior CE, Bohlman SA, Hubbell S, et al. (2016) Dominance of the suppressed: Power-law size structure in tropical forests Science (New York, N.Y.). 351: 155-157
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