Megan Lulow, Ph.D.

University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
"Megan Lulow"


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Truman Post Young grad student 1999-2004 UC Davis
 (Restoration in California's inland grasslands: The role of priority effects and management strategies in establishing native communities and the ability of native grasses to resist invasion by non-native grasses.)
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Funk JL, Kimball S, Nguyen MA, et al. (2023) Interacting ecological filters influence success and functional composition in restored plant communities over time. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2899
Schmidt KT, Maltz M, Ta P, et al. (2020) Identifying Mechanisms for Successful Ecological Restoration with Salvaged Topsoil in Coastal Sage Scrub Communities Diversity. 12: 150
Kimball S, Lulow M, Sorenson Q, et al. (2015) Cost-effective ecological restoration Restoration Ecology
Kimball S, Lulow ME, Mooney KA, et al. (2014) Establishment and management of native functional groups in restoration Restoration Ecology. 22: 81-88
Wilson KA, Lulow M, Burger J, et al. (2011) Optimal restoration: Accounting for space, time and uncertainty Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 715-725
McBride MF, Wilson KA, Burger J, et al. (2010) Mathematical problem definition for ecological restoration planning Ecological Modelling. 221: 2243-2250
Lulow ME, Young TP, Wirka JL, et al. (2007) Variation in the initial success or seeded native bunchgrasses in the rangeland foothills of Yolo County, California Ecological Restoration. 25: 20-28
Lulow ME. (2006) Invasion by non-native annual grasses: The importance of species biomass, composition, and time among California native grasses of the Central Valley Restoration Ecology. 14: 196-626
Holl KD, Lulow ME. (1997) Effects of species, habitat, and distance from edge on post-dispersal seed predation in a tropical rainforest Biotropica. 29: 459-468
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