Andrew Latimer
Andrew Latimer
Professor: Plant Sciences Department, Ecology Graduate Group, UC Davis
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Building statistical models to analyze species distributions
AM Latimer, S Wu, AE Gelfand, JA Silander Jr
Ecological applications 16 (1), 33-50, 2006
3452006
Convergent evolution of seed dispersal by ants, and phylogeny and biogeography in flowering plants: a global survey
S Lengyel, AD Gove, AM Latimer, JD Majer, RR Dunn
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (1), 43-55, 2010
1962010
Long‐term climate and competition explain forest mortality patterns under extreme drought
DJN Young, JT Stevens, JM Earles, J Moore, A Ellis, AL Jirka, AM Latimer
Ecology letters 20 (1), 78-86, 2017
1852017
Monitoring plant functional diversity from space
W Jetz, J Cavender-Bares, R Pavlick, D Schimel, FW Davis, GP Asner, ...
Nature plants 2 (3), 1-5, 2016
1802016
Ants sow the seeds of global diversification in flowering plants
S Lengyel, AD Gove, AM Latimer, JD Majer, RR Dunn
PloS one 4 (5), e5480, 2009
1722009
Fuel treatment effectiveness in California yellow pine and mixed conifer forests
HD Safford, JT Stevens, K Merriam, MD Meyer, AM Latimer
Forest Ecology and Management 274, 17-28, 2012
1532012
Modelling species diversity through species level hierarchical modelling
AE Gelfand, AM Schmidt, S Wu, JA Silander Jr, A Latimer, AG Rebelo
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 54 …, 2005
1442005
Neutral ecological theory reveals isolation and rapid speciation in a biodiversity hot spot
AM Latimer, JA Silander, RM Cowling
Science 309 (5741), 1722-1725, 2005
1412005
Hierarchical models facilitate spatial analysis of large data sets: a case study on invasive plant species in the northeastern United States
AM Latimer, S Banerjee, H Sang Jr, ES Mosher, JA Silander Jr
Ecology letters 12 (2), 144-154, 2009
1262009
Explaining species distribution patterns through hierarchical modeling
AE Gelfand, JA Silander, S Wu, A Latimer, PO Lewis, AG Rebelo, ...
Bayesian Analysis 1 (1), 41-92, 2006
1182006
Invasive plants and their ecological strategies: prediction and explanation of woody plant invasion in New England
PM Herron, CT Martine, AM Latimer, SA Leicht‐Young
Diversity and Distributions 13 (5), 633-644, 2007
1132007
Projecting climate change impacts on species distributions in megadiverse South African Cape and Southwest Australian Floristic Regions: opportunities and challenges
CJ Yates, J Elith, AM Latimer, D Le Maitre, GF Midgley, FM Schurr, ...
Austral Ecology 35 (4), 374-391, 2010
1012010
On using integral projection models to generate demographically driven predictions of species' distributions: development and validation using sparse data
C Merow, AM Latimer, AM Wilson, SM McMahon, AG Rebelo, ...
Ecography 37 (12), 1167-1183, 2014
932014
Point pattern modelling for degraded presence‐only data over large regions
A Chakraborty, AE Gelfand, AM Wilson, AM Latimer, JA Silander
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics) 60 …, 2011
902011
Comparative performance of invasive and native Celastrus species across environmental gradients
SA Leicht-Young, JA Silander, AM Latimer
Oecologia 154 (2), 273-282, 2007
862007
The role of land-use history in major invasions by woody plant species in the northeastern North American landscape
ES Mosher, JA Silander, AM Latimer
Biological Invasions 11 (10), 2317, 2009
712009
A hierarchical Bayesian model of wildfire in a Mediterranean biodiversity hotspot: implications of weather variability and global circulation
AM Wilson, AM Latimer, JA Silander Jr, AE Gelfand, H De Klerk
Ecological Modelling 221 (1), 106-112, 2010
682010
A jungle in there: bacteria in belly buttons are highly diverse, but predictable
J Hulcr, AM Latimer, JB Henley, NR Rountree, N Fierer, A Lucky, ...
PloS one 7 (11), e47712, 2012
652012
Data–model fusion to better understand emerging pathogens and improve infectious disease forecasting
SL LaDeau, GE Glass, NT Hobbs, A Latimer, RS Ostfeld
Ecological Applications 21 (5), 1443-1460, 2011
542011
Wildfire-contingent effects of fuel treatments can promote ecological resilience in seasonally dry conifer forests
JT Stevens, HD Safford, AM Latimer
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (8), 843-854, 2014
532014
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