Peter S. Petraitis

Affiliations: 
Biology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
Ecology
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Petraitis PS, Dudgeon SR. (2020) Declines over the last two decades of five intertidal invertebrate species in the western North Atlantic. Communications Biology. 3: 591
Cowles J, Boldgiv B, Liancourt P, et al. (2018) Effects of increased temperature on plant communities depend on landscape location and precipitation. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 5267-5278
Sharkhuu A, Plante AF, Enkhmandal O, et al. (2016) Soil and ecosystem respiration responses to grazing, watering and experimental warming chamber treatments across topographical gradients in northern Mongolia. Geoderma. 269: 91-98
Petraitis PS, Dudgeon SR. (2016) Cusps and butterflies: Multiple stable states in marine systems as catastrophes Marine and Freshwater Research. 67: 37-46
Sharkhuu A, Plante AF, Enkhmandal O, et al. (2016) Soil and ecosystem respiration responses to grazing, watering and experimental warming chamber treatments across topographical gradients in northern Mongolia Geoderma. 269: 91-98
Petraitis PS, Dudgeon SR. (2015) Variation in recruitment and the establishment of alternative community states. Ecology. 96: 3186-96
Liancourt P, Boldgiv B, Song DS, et al. (2015) Leaf-trait plasticity and species vulnerability to climate change in a Mongolian steppe. Global Change Biology
Spence LA, Liancourt P, Boldgiv B, et al. (2015) Short-term manipulation of precipitation in Mongolian steppe shows vegetation influenced more by timing than amount of rainfall Journal of Vegetation Science
Petraitis PS, Dudgeon SR. (2015) Variation in recruitment and the establishment of alternative community states Ecology. 96: 3186-3196
Spence LA, Liancourt P, Boldgiv B, et al. (2014) Climate change and grazing interact to alter flowering patterns in the Mongolian steppe. Oecologia. 175: 251-60
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