Kurt Vaughn, Ph.D.

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Malpai Borderlands 
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Truman Post Young grad student 2003-2011 UC Davis
 (Contingency in California grassland restoration: Biogeographic history, inter-annual variation, and priority effects.)
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Stuble KL, Zefferman E, Wolf K, et al. (2017) Outside the envelope: rare events disrupt the relationship between climate factors and species interactions. Ecology
Werner CM, Vaughn KJ, Stuble KL, et al. (2016) Persistent asymmetrical priority effects in a California grassland restoration experiment. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 26: 1624-1632
Vaughn KJ, Young TP. (2015) Short-term priority over exotic annuals increases the initial density and longer-term cover of native perennial grasses Ecological Applications. 25: 791-799
Young TP, Zefferman EP, Vaughn KJ, et al. (2014) Initial success of native grasses is contingent on multiple interactions among exotic grass competition, temporal priority, rainfall and site effects. Aob Plants. 7
Parker JD, Torchin ME, Hufbauer RA, et al. (2013) Do invasive species perform better in their new ranges? Ecology. 94: 985-94
Porensky LM, Vaughn KJ, Young TP. (2012) Can initial intraspecific spatial aggregation increase multi-year coexistence by creating temporal priority? Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 22: 927-36
Vaughn KJ, Biel C, Clary JJ, et al. (2011) California perennial grasses are physiologically distinct from both Mediterranean annual and perennial grasses Plant and Soil. 345: 37-46
Vaughn KJ, Young TP. (2010) Contingent Conclusions: Year of Initiation Influences Ecological Field Experiments, but Temporal Replication is Rare Restoration Ecology. 18: 59-64
Van Gijseghem H, Vaughn KJ. (2008) Regional integration and the built environment in middle-range societies: Paracas and early Nasca houses and communities Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 27: 111-130
Cipollini ML, Paulk E, Mink K, et al. (2004) Defense tradeoffs in fleshy fruits: effects of resource variation on growth, reproduction, and fruit secondary chemistry in Solanum carolinense. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 30: 1-17
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