Christopher J. Lortie, Ph.D.

2002 University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
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Roy Turkington grad student 2002 Biology department, York University, Toronto
 (Net interactions in an annual plant community in the Negev Desert, Israel.)
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Richter CF, Lortie CJ, Kelly TL, et al. (2021) Online but not remote: Adapting field-based ecology laboratories for online learning. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 3616-3624
Heger T, Aguilar-Trigueros CA, Bartram I, et al. (2021) The Hierarchy-of-Hypotheses Approach: A Synthesis Method for Enhancing Theory Development in Ecology and Evolution. Bioscience. 71: 337-349
Losapio G, Schöb C, Staniczenko PPA, et al. (2021) Network motifs involving both competition and facilitation predict biodiversity in alpine plant communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Ivey KN, Cornwall M, Crowell H, et al. (2020) Thermal ecology of the federally endangered blunt-nosed leopard lizard (). Conservation Physiology. 8: coaa014
Miguel MF, Butterfield HS, Lortie CJ. (2020) A meta-analysis contrasting active versus passive restoration practices in dryland agricultural ecosystems. Peerj. 8: e10428
Lortie CJ. (2020) Online conferences for better learning. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 12442-12449
Lashley MA, Acevedo M, Cotner S, et al. (2020) How the ecology and evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic changed learning. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 12412-12417
Lortie CJ, Filazzola A. (2020) A contrast of meta and metafor packages for meta-analyses in R. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 10916-10921
Braun J, Lortie CJ. (2020) Facilitation with a grain of salt: reduced pollinator visitation is an indirect cost of association with the foundation species creosote bush (Larrea tridentata). American Journal of Botany
Haas SM, Lortie CJ. (2020) A systematic review of the direct and indirect effects of herbivory on plant reproduction mediated by pollination. Peerj. 8: e9049
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