Christopher J. Lortie, Ph.D.

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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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Lortie CJ, Bonte D. (2016) Zen and the art of ecological synthesis Oikos. 125: 285-287
Bråthen KA, Lortie C. (2016) A portfolio effect of shrub canopy height on species richness in both stressful and competitive environments Functional Ecology. 30: 60-69
Lortie CJ, Stewart G, Rothstein H, et al. (2015) How to critically read ecological meta-analyses. Research Synthesis Methods. 6: 124-33
Castanho Cde T, Lortie CJ, Zaitchik B, et al. (2015) A meta-analysis of plant facilitation in coastal dune systems: responses, regions, and research gaps. Peerj. 3: e768
Sotomayor DA, Lortie CJ. (2015) Indirect interactions in terrestrial plant communities: Emerging patterns and research gaps Ecosphere. 6
Bayliss HR, Lortie CJ, Stewart GB. (2015) How "good" is half a fish? Communicating outcomes of quantitative syntheses to decision makers Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13: 533-534
Michalet R, Brooker RW, Lortie CJ, et al. (2015) Disentangling direct and indirect effects of a legume shrub on its understorey community Oikos. 124: 1251-1262
Lortie CJ, Svenning JC. (2015) The diversity of diversity studies: Retrospectives and future directions Ecography. 38: 330-334
Michalet R, Maalouf JP, Choler P, et al. (2015) Competition, facilitation and environmental severity shape the relationship between local and regional species richness in plant communities Ecography. 38: 335-345
Lortie CJ, Filazzola A, Sotomayor DA. (2015) Functional assessment of animal interactions with shrub-facilitation complexes: A formal synthesis and conceptual framework Functional Ecology
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