Nicholas Gotelli

Affiliations: 
2005- Biology University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, United States 
Area:
Terrestrial Ecology
Website:
http://www.uvm.edu/~ngotelli/homepage.html
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Amy Arnett grad student University of Vermont (Evolution Tree)
Lauren Ash grad student University of Vermont
Jerald B. Johnson grad student 2000 University of Vermont (Evolution Tree)
Edmund Hart grad student 2005-2011 University of Vermont
Andrew Don Nguyen grad student 2012-2017 University of Vermont (Evolution Tree)
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Ash LV, Campião KM, Teixeira CP, et al. (2024) and helminth parasite co-infection in invasive American bullfrogs in the Atlantic forest, Brazil. International Journal For Parasitology. Parasites and Wildlife. 23: 100924
Campião KM, Rico JADL, de Souza Monteiro G, et al. (2024) High prevalence and concomitant infection of Ranavirus and Eustrongylides sp. in the invasive American Bullfrog in Brazil. Parasitology International. 100: 102875
Blowes SA, McGill B, Brambilla V, et al. (2024) Synthesis reveals approximately balanced biotic differentiation and homogenization. Science Advances. 10: eadj9395
Booher DB, Gotelli NJ, Nelsen MP, et al. (2023) Six decades of museum collections reveal disruption of native ant assemblages by introduced species. Current Biology : Cb
Xu WB, Blowes SA, Brambilla V, et al. (2023) Regional occupancy increases for widespread species but decreases for narrowly distributed species in metacommunity time series. Nature Communications. 14: 1463
Engel T, Blowes SA, McGlinn DJ, et al. (2022) How does variation in total and relative abundance contribute to gradients of species diversity? Ecology and Evolution. 12: e9196
Blowes SA, Daskalova GN, Dornelas M, et al. (2022) Local biodiversity change reflects interactions among changing abundance, evenness, and richness. Ecology. e3820
Almeida-Gomes M, Gotelli NJ, Rocha CFD, et al. (2022) Random placement models explain species richness and dissimilarity of frog assemblages within Atlantic Forest fragments. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Gotelli NJ, Moyes F, Antão LH, et al. (2021) Long-term changes in temperate marine fish assemblages are driven by a small subset of species. Global Change Biology
McGlinn DJ, Engel T, Blowes SA, et al. (2020) A multiscale framework for disentangling the roles of evenness, density, and aggregation on diversity gradients. Ecology. e03233
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