Adam D. Miller
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How frequency and intensity shape diversity–disturbance relationships
AD Miller, SH Roxburgh, K Shea
Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences 108 (14), 5643-5648, 2011
1902011
Altered dynamics of forest recovery under a changing climate
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, AD Miller, JE Mohan, TW Hudiburg, BD Duval, ...
Global change biology 19 (7), 2001-2021, 2013
1812013
Coexistence in disturbance-prone communities: how a resistance-resilience trade-off generates coexistence via the storage effect
AD Miller, P Chesson
The American Naturalist 173 (2), E30-E43, 2009
682009
Diversity–disturbance relationships: frequency and intensity interact
AR Hall, AD Miller, HC Leggett, SH Roxburgh, A Buckling, K Shea
Biology letters 8 (5), 768-771, 2012
602012
The theoretical limit to plant productivity
EH DeLucia, N Gomez-Casanovas, JA Greenberg, TW Hudiburg, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 48 (16), 9471-9477, 2014
422014
Stacked crop rotations exploit weed-weed competition for sustainable weed management
AJ Garrison, AD Miller, MR Ryan, SH Roxburgh, K Shea
Weed science 62 (1), 166-176, 2014
342014
Disequilibrium of fire-prone forests sets the stage for a rapid decline in conifer dominance during the 21 st century
JM Serra-Diaz, C Maxwell, MS Lucash, RM Scheller, DM Laflower, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
292018
Interactions between frequency and size of disturbance affect competitive outcomes
A Miller, D Reilly, S Bauman, K Shea
Ecological research 27 (4), 783-791, 2012
262012
Alteration of forest succession and carbon cycling under elevated CO2
AD Miller, MC Dietze, EH DeLucia, KJ Anderson‐Teixeira
Global Change Biology 22 (1), 351-363, 2016
192016
Timing of disturbance alters competitive outcomes and mechanisms of coexistence in an annual plant model
AD Miller, SH Roxburgh, K Shea
Theoretical Ecology 5 (3), 419-432, 2012
182012
Coexistence of species with different dispersal across landscapes: a critical role of spatial correlation in disturbance
J Liao, Z Ying, DA Woolnough, AD Miller, Z Li, I Nijs
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1830), 20160537, 2016
152016
Conservation of passively dispersed organisms in the context of habitat degradation and destruction
BJ Teller, AD Miller, K Shea
Journal of applied ecology 52 (2), 514-521, 2015
122015
Alternative stable equilibria and critical thresholds created by fire regimes and plant responses in a fire‐prone community
AD Miller, JR Thompson, AJ Tepley, KJ Anderson‐Teixeira
Ecography 42 (1), 55-66, 2019
112019
More bang for the land manager's buck: disturbance autocorrelation can be used to achieve management objectives at no additional cost
A Garrison, A Miller, SH Roxburgh, K Shea
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (5), 1020-1027, 2012
82012
Quantitative evolutionary patterns in bipartite networks: Vicariance, phylogenetic tracking or diffuse co‐evolution?
L Russo, AD Miller, J Tooker, ON Bjornstad, K Shea
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (3), 761-772, 2018
62018
Temporal effects of disturbance on community composition in simulated stage‐structured plant communities
Y Wang, S Wen, MD Farnon Ellwood, AD Miller, C Chu
Ecology and Evolution 8 (1), 120-127, 2018
22018
Impacts of altered disturbance regimes on community structure and biodiversity mediated by fecundity–tolerance interactions
AD Miller, PY Hsing, SH Roxburgh, CR Fisher, K Shea
Natural Resource Modeling 31 (4), e12199, 2018
2018
Interactions of forest disturbance-recovery dynamics with a changing climate
KJ Anderson-Teixeira, AD Miller, AJ Tepley, AC Bennett, M Wang
AGUFM 2015, B33F-02, 2015
2015
Stability, Bistability, and Critical Thresholds in Fire-prone Forested Landscapes: How Frequency and Intensity of Disturbance Interact and Influence Forest Cover
AD Miller
AGUFM 2015, B12D-04, 2015
2015
The taxonomic structuring and conservatism of plants and their insect visitors
L Russo, AD Miller, J Tooker, ON Bjornstad, K Shea
PLANT-POLLINATOR MUTUALISMS: COMMUNITY STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND MANAGEMENT, 15, 2013
2013
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