Daniel E. Stanton, Ph.D.

2011 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Lars O. Hedin grad student 2011 Princeton
 (Filter-Feeding Forests: Epiphytes and Fog in the Self-Organization and Function of Ecosystems.)
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Cifuentes-Croquevielle C, Stanton DE, Armesto JJ. (2020) Soil invertebrate diversity loss and functional changes in temperate forest soils replaced by exotic pine plantations. Scientific Reports. 10: 7762
Stanton DE, Batterman SA, Von Fischer JC, et al. (2019) Rapid nitrogen fixation by canopy microbiome in tropical forest determined by both phosphorus and molybdenum. Ecology. e02795
Deane-Coe KK, Stanton D. (2019) Functional ecology of cryptogams: scaling from bryophyte, lichen, and soil crust traits to ecosystem processes. The New Phytologist. 213: 993-995
Ure JD, Stanton DE. (2019) Co-dominant anatomically disparate lichens converge in hydrological functional traits The Bryologist. 122: 463
Stanton DE, Reeb C. (2016) Morphogeometric Approaches to Non-vascular Plants. Frontiers in Plant Science. 7: 916
Stanton DE. (2015) Small scale fog-gradients change epiphytic lichen shape and distribution Bryologist. 118: 241-244
Stanton DE, Merlin M, Bryant G, et al. (2014) Water redistribution determines photosynthetic responses to warming and drying in two polar mosses. Functional Plant Biology : Fpb. 41: 178-186
Stanton DE, Armesto JJ, Hedin LO. (2014) Ecosystem properties self-organize in response to a directional fog-vegetation interaction. Ecology. 95: 1203-12
Stanton D. (2014) Methods in Forest Canopy Research by Margaret D. Lowman, Timothy Schowalter and Jerry Franklin. University of California Press, Berkley and Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2012. xviii + 221 pp. Price A$ 126.00. ISBN 9780520273719 (hardcover, also available as eBook Austral Ecology. 39: e3-e3
Stanton DE, Huallpa Chávez J, Villegas L, et al. (2014) Epiphytes improve host plant water use by microenvironment modification Functional Ecology. 28: 1274-1283
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