Tara K. Rajaniemi, Ph.D.

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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 
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Deborah E. Goldberg grad student 2001 University of Michigan
 (Explaining the productivity -diversity relationship in plants: Changing effects of competition on the community.)
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Rajaniemi TK, Barrett DT. (2018) Germination responses to abiotic stress shape species distributions on coastal dunes Plant Ecology. 219: 1271-1282
Rajaniemi TK, Goldberg DE, Turkington R, et al. (2012) Local filters limit species diversity, but species pools determine composition Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 14: 373-380
Rajaniemi TK. (2011) Competition for patchy soil resources reduces community evenness. Oecologia. 165: 169-74
Messina DS, Rajaniemi TK. (2011) Does the seed bank reflect plant distributions in a coastal dune? Northeastern Naturalist. 18: 107-114
Rajaniemi TK, Turkington R, Goldberg D. (2009) Community-level consequences of species interactions in an annual plant community Journal of Vegetation Science. 20: 836-846
Rajaniemi TK, Allison VJ. (2009) Abiotic conditions and plant cover differentially affect microbial biomass and community composition on dune gradients Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 41: 102-109
Rajaniemi TK. (2007) Root foraging traits and competitive ability in heterogeneous soils. Oecologia. 153: 145-52
Allison VJ, Rajaniemi TK, Goldberg DE, et al. (2007) Quantifying direct and indirect effects of fungicide on an old-field plant community: An experimental null-community approach Plant Ecology. 190: 53-69
Rajaniemi TK, Goldberg DE, Turkington R, et al. (2006) Quantitative partitioning of regional and local processes shaping regional diversity patterns. Ecology Letters. 9: 121-8
Rajaniemi TK, Reynolds HL. (2004) Root foraging for patchy resources in eight herbaceous plant species. Oecologia. 141: 519-25
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