Publications from COMPADRE and COMADRE

Below are all the publications that we know of that have used COMPADRE/COMADRE data. If you know of any others, please let us know so we can add it to our growing list.

  1. Franco & Silvertown (1990) Plant demography: what do we know? Evol Trends Plants, 4, 74-76.
  2. Silvertown, Franco & McConway (1992) A demographic interpretation of Grime’s triangle. Functional Ecology, 6, 130-136.
  3. Silvertown, Franco & McConway (1993) The eternal triangle – an attempt at reconciliation. Functional Ecology, 7, 380-381.
  4. Silvertown & Franco (1993) Plant demography and habitat: a comparative approach. Plant Spp Biol
  5. Silvertown, Franco, Pisanty & Mendoza (1993) Comparative plant demography – relative importance of life-cycle components to the finite rate of increase in woody and herbaceous perennials. Journal of Ecology, 3, 465-476.
  6. Franco & Silvertown (1994) On trade-offs, elasticities and the comparative method: a reply to Shea, Rees & Wood. Journal of Ecology, 4, 958.
  7. Enright, Franco & Silvertown (1995) Comparing plant life histories using elasticity analysis: the importance of life span and the number of life-cycle stages. Oecologia, 104, 79-84.
  8. Franco & Silvertown (1996) Life history variation in plants: an explroation of the fast-slow continuum hypothesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society – Biological Sciences, 1345, 1341-1348.
  9. Silvertown, Franco & Menges (1996) Interpretation of elasticity matrices as an aid to management of plant populations for conservation. Conservation Biology, 2, 591-597.
  10. Silvertown, Franco & Perez-Ishiwara (2001) Evolution of senescence in iteroparous perennial plants. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 3, 1-20.
  11. Franco & Silvertown (2004) A comparative demography of plants based upon elasticities of vital rates. Ecology, 85, 531–538.
  12. Salguero-Gomez & Casper (2010) Keeping plant shrinkage in the demographic loop. Journal of Ecology, 98, 312–323.
  13. Jongejans, de Kroon, Tuljapurkar & Shea (2010) Plant populations track rather than buffer climate fluctuations. Ecology Letters, 13, 736-743.
  14. Salguero-Gomez & de Kroon (2010) Matrix projection models meet variation in the real world. Journal of Ecology, 98, 250-254.
  15. Salguero-Gomez & Plotkin (2010) Matrix dimensions bias demographic inferences: implciations for comparative plant biology. The American Naturalist, 176, 710-722.
  16. Burns, Blomberg, Crone, Ehrlen, Knight, Pichancourt, Ramula, Wardle & Buckley (2010) Empirical tests of life-history evolution theory using phylogenetic analysis of plant demography. Journal of Ecology, 98, 334-344.
  17. Stott, Franco, Carslake, Townley & Hodgson (2010) Boom or bust? A comparative analysis of transient population dynamics in plants. Journal of Ecology, 98, 302-311.
  18. Buckley, Ramula, Blomberg, Burns, Crone, Ehrlen, Knight, Pichancourt, Quested & Wardle (2010) Causes and consequences of variation in plant population growth rate: a synthesis of matrix population models in a phylogenetic context. Ecology Letters, 13, 1182-1197.
  19. Stott, Townley & Hodgson (2011) A framework for studying transient dynamics of population projection matrix models. Ecology Letters, 14, 959-970.
  20. Crone, Menges, Ellis, Bell, Bierzychudek, Ehrlen, Kaye, Knight, Lesica, Morris, Oostermeijer, Quintana-Ascencio, Stanley, Ticktin, Valverde & Williams (2011) How do plant ecologists use matrix population models? Ecology Letters, 14, 1-8.
  21. Salguero-Gomez, Siewert, Casper & Tielborger (2012) A demographic approach to study effects of climate change in desert plants. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society – Biological Sciences, 367, 3100-3114.
  22. Baudisch, Salguero-Gomez, Jones, Wrycza, Mbeau-Ache, Franco & Colchero (2013) The pace and shape of senescence in angiosperms. Journal of Ecology, 101, 596-606.
  23. Caswell & Salguero-Gomez (2013) Age, stage, and senescence in plants. Journal of Ecology, 101, 595-606.
  24. Mbeau-Ache & Franco (2013) The time distribution of reproductive value measures the pace of life. Journal of Ecology, 101, 1273-1280.
  25. van de Kerk, de Kroon, Conde & Jongejans (2013) Carnivora population dynamics are as slow and as fast as that of other mammals: implication for their conservation. PLOS One, 8, e70354
  26. Jones, Scheuerlein, Salguero-Gomez, Camarda, Schaible, Ehrlén, Dahlgren, García, Casper, Menges, Quintana-Ascencio, Caswell, Baudisch & Vaupel (2014) Diversity of ageing across the tree of life. Nature 505, 169–173 (09 January 2014) doi:10.1038/nature12789
  27. Adler, Salguero-Gomez, Compagnoni, Hsu, Mukherjee-Ray, Mbeau-Ache & Franco (2014) Functional traits explain variation in plant life history strategies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciencies USA, 111 (2), 740-745.
  28. Iles, Salguero-Gómez, Adler & Koons (2016) Linking transient dynamics and life history to biological invasion success. Journal of Ecology, 104: 399–408.
  29. McDonald, Stott, Townley & Hodgson (2016) Transients drive the demographic dynamics of plant populations in variable environments. Journal of Ecology, 104, 306-314.
  30. Kerr, Baxter, Salguero-Gómez, Wardle, &  Buckley. (2016) Prioritizing management actions for invasive populations using cost, efficacy, demography and expert opinion for 14 plant species world-wide. Journal of Applied Ecology 53:305-316
  31. Salguero-Gómez, Jones, Jongejans, Blomberg, Hodgson, Mbeau-Ache, Zuidema, de Kroon, Buckley (2016) Fast-slow continuum and reproductive strategies structure plant life-history variation worldwide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciencies USA, 113(1):230–5.
  32. Salguero-Gómez, Jones (2017) Life History Tradeoffs Modulate the Speed of Senescence. In: Shefferson RP, Jones OR, Salguero-Gómez R, editors. The Evolution of Senescence in the Tree of Life. Cambridge University Press.
  33. McDonald JL, Franco M, Townley S, Ezard THG, Jelbert K, Hodgson DJ. (2017) Divergent demographic strategies of plants in variable environments. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1:0029
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