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Claire Wainwright
Claire Wainwright
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
Verified email at tn.gov
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Seasonal priority effects: implications for invasion and restoration in a semi‐arid system
CE Wainwright, EM Wolkovich, EE Cleland
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (1), 234-241, 2012
1962012
Exotic species display greater germination plasticity and higher germination rates than native species across multiple cues
CE Wainwright, EE Cleland
Biological Invasions, 1-12, 2013
1282013
Drivers of seedling establishment success in dryland restoration efforts
N Shackelford, GB Paterno, DE Winkler, TE Erickson, EA Leger, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (9), 1283-1290, 2021
1222021
Links between community ecology theory and ecological restoration are on the rise
C Wainwright, T Staples, L Charles, T Flanagan, HR Lai, X Loy, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2018
1072018
Distinct responses of niche and fitness differences to water availability underlie variable coexistence outcomes in semi‐arid annual plant communities
CE Wainwright, J HilleRisLambers, HR Lai, X Loy, MM Mayfield
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 293-306, 2019
572019
Climate moderates release from nutrient limitation in natural annual plant communities
JM Dwyer, RJ Hobbs, CE Wainwright, MM Mayfield
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (5), 549-561, 2015
552015
Cyclic population dynamics and density‐dependent intransitivity as pathways to coexistence between co‐occurring annual plants
DB Stouffer, CE Wainwright, T Flanagan, MM Mayfield
Journal of Ecology 106 (3), 838-851, 2018
322018
Effects of exotic annual grass litter and local environmental gradients on annual plant community structure
C Wainwright, J Dwyer, M Mayfield
Biological Invasions 19 (2), 479-471, 2017
262017
Applied ecological research is on the rise but connectivity barriers persist between four major subfields
S TL, D JM, W CE, M MM
Journal of Applied Ecology, 1-7, 2019
152019
Methods for tracking sagebrush‐steppe community trajectories and quantifying resilience in relation to disturbance and restoration
CE Wainwright, GM Davies, E Dettweiler‐Robinson, PW Dunwiddie, ...
Restoration ecology 28 (1), 115-126, 2020
142020
Diverse outcomes of species interactions in an invaded annual plant community
CE Wainwright, JM Dwyer, RJ Hobbs, MM Mayfield
Journal of Plant Ecology, 2017
132017
Asteraceae invaders have limited impacts on the pollination of common native annual species in SW Western Australia’s open woodland wildflower communities
X Loy, C Wainwright, M Mayfield
Plant Ecology, 2015
82015
Looks can be deceiving: ecologically similar exotics have different impacts on a native competitor
CE Wainwright, RD Holt, MM Mayfield
Oecologia 109 (4), 927-940, 2019
42019
Spatial sampling grain shapes conclusions about community structure and dynamics
CE Wainwright, RM Mitchell, JD Bakker
Natural areas journal 40 (1), 51-61, 2020
32020
Restoration temporarily supports the resilience of sagebrush‐steppe ecosystems subjected to repeated fires
SC Power, GM Davies, CE Wainwright, M Marsh, JD Bakker
Journal of Applied Ecology 60 (8), 1607-1621, 2023
12023
Compositional variation in grassland plant communities
JD Bakker, JN Price, JA Henning, EE Batzer, TJ Ohlert, CE Wainwright, ...
Ecosphere 14 (6), e4542, 2023
12023
Long-term SUCCESS: Vegetation data collected in 2017 from permanent plots in the sagebrush steppe of south-central Washington state
JD Bakker, MG Davies, CE Wainwright, SC Power
2021
Species interactions and the formation of novel annual plant communities following rapid environmental change
CE Wainwright
The University of Queensland, 2015
2015
Seasonal priority effects: Implications for invasion and restoration in California coastal sage scrub
CE Wainwright
UC San Diego, 2011
2011
PS 50-19: Seasonal priority effects: Implications for invasion and restoration in California coastal sage scrub
CE Wainwright, E Cleland
Nature Precedings, 2010
2010
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