J.L. McCune
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The influence of arbuscular mycorrhizae on the relationship between plant diversity and productivity
JN Klironomos, J McCune, M Hart, J Neville
Ecology letters 3 (2), 137-141, 2000
5332000
Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunities
M Dornelas, AE Magurran, ST Buckland, A Chao, RL Chazdon, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 280 (1750 …, 2013
1852013
Historical ecology: using unconventional data sources to test for effects of global environmental change
M Vellend, CD Brown, HM Kharouba, JL McCune, IH Myers-Smith
American Journal of Botany 100 (7), 1294-1305, 2013
1422013
Plant biodiversity change across scales during the Anthropocene
M Vellend, L Baeten, A Becker-Scarpitta, V Boucher-Lalonde, JL McCune, ...
Annual Review of Plant Biology 68, 563-586, 2017
1402017
Species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect mycorrhizal responses to simulated herbivory
JN Klironomos, J McCune, P Moutoglis
Applied Soil Ecology 26 (2), 133-141, 2004
992004
Gains in native species promote biotic homogenization over four decades in a human‐dominated landscape
JL McCune, M Vellend
Journal of Ecology 101 (6), 1542-1551, 2013
752013
Species distribution models predict rare species occurrences despite significant effects of landscape context
JL McCune
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (6), 1871-1879, 2016
552016
Threats to Canadian species at risk: An analysis of finalized recovery strategies
JL McCune, WL Harrower, S Avery-Gomm, JM Brogan, AM Csergő, ...
Biological conservation 166, 254-265, 2013
512013
Multidisciplinary synthesis of long-term human–ecosystem interactions: A perspective from the Garry oak ecosystem of British Columbia
JL McCune, MG Pellatt, M Vellend
Biological conservation 166, 293-300, 2013
372013
Phytoliths of southeastern Vancouver Island, Canada, and their potential use to reconstruct shifting boundaries between Douglas-fir forest and oak savannah
JL McCune, MG Pellatt
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 383, 59-71, 2013
352013
Do ecological differences between taxonomic groups influence the relationship between species’ distributions and climate? A global meta‐analysis using species distribution models
HM Kharouba, JL McCune, W Thuiller, B Huntley
Ecography 36 (6), 657-664, 2013
342013
Primula obconica–is contact allergy on the decline?
M Connolly, J Mc Cune, E Dauncey, CR Lovell
Contact Dermatitis 51 (4), 167-171, 2004
292004
Wonder, ignorance, and resistance: Landowners and the stewardship of endangered species
A Olive, JL McCune
Journal of Rural Studies 49, 13-22, 2017
242017
Using plant traits to predict the sensitivity of colonizations and extirpations to landscape context
JL McCune, M Vellend
Oecologia 178 (2), 511-524, 2015
232015
The Neolithic Plant Invasion Hypothesis: the role of preadaptation and disturbance in grassland invasion
AS MacDougall, JL McCune, O Eriksson, SAO Cousins, M Pärtel, J Firn, ...
New Phytologist 220 (1), 94-103, 2018
152018
Context-dependent interactions and the regulation of species richness in freshwater fish
AS MacDougall, E Harvey, JL McCune, KA Nilsson, J Bennett, J Firn, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 973, 2018
132018
The efficacy of protected areas and private land for plant conservation in a fragmented landscape
JL McCune, A Van Natto, AS MacDougall
Landscape Ecology 32 (4), 871-882, 2017
132017
Combining phytolith analysis with historical ecology to reveal the long-term, local-scale dynamics within a savannah-forest landscape mosaic
JL McCune, M Vellend, MG Pellatt
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (3), 609-626, 2015
132015
Assessing public commitment to endangered species protection: A Canadian case study
JL McCune, AM Carlsson, S Colla, C Davy, B Favaro, AT Ford, KC Fraser, ...
FACETS 2 (1), 178-194, 2017
112017
Distribution and environmental correlates of fungal infection and host tree health in the endangered American chestnut in Canada
SG Van Drunen, JL McCune, BC Husband
Forest Ecology and Management 427, 60-69, 2018
52018
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