Kathryn L. Amatangelo
Kathryn L. Amatangelo
Associate Professor, SUNY-Brockport
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Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
Holocene shifts in the assembly of plant and animal communities implicate human impacts
S Kathleen Lyons, KL Amatangelo, AK Behrensmeyer, A Bercovici, ...
Nature 529 (7584), 80-83, 2016
A framework for evaluating the influence of climate, dispersal limitation, and biotic interactions using fossil pollen associations across the late Quaternary
JL Blois, NJ Gotelli, AK Behrensmeyer, JT Faith, SK Lyons, JW Williams, ...
Ecography 37 (11), 1095-1108, 2014
Responses of a California annual grassland to litter manipulation
KL Amatangelo, JS Dukes, CB Field
Journal of Vegetation Science 19 (5), 605-612, 2008
Is taxonomic homogenization linked to functional homogenization in temperate forests?
G Sonnier, SE Johnson, KL Amatangelo, DA Rogers, DM Waller
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (8), 894-902, 2014
Above‐ and Belowground Impacts of European Buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) on Four Native Forbs
SM Klionsky, KL Amatangelo, DM Waller
Restoration ecology 19 (6), 728-737, 2011
Stoichiometry of ferns in Hawaii: implications for nutrient cycling
KL Amatangelo, PM Vitousek
Oecologia 157, 619-627, 2008
Trait–environment relationships remain strong despite 50 years of trait compositional change in temperate forests
KL Amatangelo, SE Johnson, DA Rogers, DM Waller
Ecology 95 (7), 1780-1791, 2014
Vegetation effects on soil organic matter chemistry of aggregate fractions in a Hawaiian forest
CE Stewart, JC Neff, KL Amatangelo, PM Vitousek
Ecosystems 14, 382-397, 2011
Functional diversity of ground‐layer plant communities in old‐growth and managed northern hardwood forests
FM Sabatini, JI Burton, RM Scheller, KL Amatangelo, DJ Mladenoff
Applied vegetation science 17 (3), 398-407, 2014
Converging forest community composition along an edaphic gradient threatens landscape‐level diversity
KL Amatangelo, MR Fulton, DA Rogers, DM Waller
Diversity and Distributions 17 (2), 201-213, 2011
Contrasting predictors of fern versus angiosperm decomposition in a common garden
KL Amatangelo, PM Vitousek
Biotropica 41 (2), 154-161, 2009
Large, connected floodplain forests prone to flooding best sustain plant diversity
SE Johnson, KL Amatangelo, PA Townsend, DM Waller
Ecology 97 (11), 3019-3030, 2016
Wisconsin Vegetation Database–plant community survey and resurvey data from the Wisconsin Plant Ecology Laboratory
DM Waller, KL Amatangelo, S Johnson, DA Rogers
Biodiversity & Ecology 4, 255-264, 2012
Physiological mechanisms drive differing foliar calcium content in ferns and angiosperms
JL Funk, KL Amatangelo
Oecologia 173, 23-32, 2013
Suburban gardening in Rochester, New York: Exotic plant preference and risk of invasion
SG Ward, KL Amatangelo
Landscape and Urban Planning 180, 161-165, 2018
Do associations between native and invasive plants provide signals of invasive impacts?
DM Waller, EL Mudrak, KL Amatangelo, SM Klionsky, DA Rogers
Biological Invasions 18, 3465-3480, 2016
Reassessment of the lake trout population collapse in Lake Michigan during the 1940 s
RL Eshenroder, KL Amatangelo
Technical Report, Great Lakes Fishery Commission 65, 32, 2002
Quantifying the human impacts on Papua New Guinea reef fish communities across space and time
JA Drew, KL Amatangelo, RA Hufbauer
PLoS One 10 (10), e0140682, 2015
Community assembly of coral reef fishes along the Melanesian biodiversity gradient
JA Drew, KL Amatangelo
PloS one 12 (10), e0186123, 2017
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