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Mark D. Bertness research assistant 1990-1994 Brown (Marine Ecology Tree)
Carla M. D'Antonio grad student 2001 UC Berkeley (Evolution Tree)
 (Ecological Determinants and Consequences of Plant Species Diversity Along a California Stream)
Wayne P. Sousa grad student 2001 UC Berkeley (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (Ecological determinants and consequences of plant species diversity along a California stream.)


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Stephanie G. Yelenik grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara (Marine Ecology Tree)
Ewa Merz grad student 2018-2018 ETH Zürich
William K. Petry post-doc 2016- ETH Zürich
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Levine JI, Pacala SW, Levine JM. (2024) Competition for time: Evidence for an overlooked, diversity-maintaining competitive mechanism. Ecology Letters. 27: e14422
Van Dyke MN, Levine JM, Kraft NJB. (2022) Small rainfall changes drive substantial changes in plant coexistence. Nature
Gibbs T, Levin SA, Levine JM. (2022) Coexistence in diverse communities with higher-order interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2205063119
Schreiber SJ, Levine JM, Godoy O, et al. (2022) Does deterministic coexistence theory matter in a finite world? Ecology. e3838
Block S, Maechler MJ, Levine JI, et al. (2022) Ecological lags govern the pace and outcome of plant community responses to 21st-century climate change. Ecology Letters
Yamamichi M, Gibbs T, Levine JM. (2022) Integrating eco-evolutionary dynamics and modern coexistence theory. Ecology Letters
Hess C, Levine JM, Turcotte MM, et al. (2022) Phenotypic plasticity promotes species coexistence. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Johnson CA, Dutt P, Levine JM. (2022) Competition for pollinators destabilizes plant coexistence. Nature. 607: 721-725
Kleinhesselink AR, Kraft NJB, Pacala SW, et al. (2022) Detecting and interpreting higher-order interactions in ecological communities. Ecology Letters
Yan X, Levine JM, Kandlikar GS. (2022) A quantitative synthesis of soil microbial effects on plant species coexistence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2122088119
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