Dr Rob Salguero-Gómez: List of publications

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Towards a Comparative Framework of Demographic Resilience.

Publisher Correction: Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life.

Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life.

Global gene flow releases invasive plants from environmental constraints on genetic diversity.

Comments to “Persistent problems in the construction of matrix population models”

Testing Finch's hypothesis: The role of organismal modularity on the escape from actuarial senescence

TRY plant trait database - enhanced coverage and open access.

Demographic amplification is a predictor of invasiveness among plants.

Forecasting species range dynamics with process-explicit models: matching methods to applications.

Consequences of neglecting cryptic life stages from demographic models

Multidimensional ecological analyses demonstrate how interactions between functional traits shape fitness and life history strategies

Animal life history is shaped by the pace of life and the distribution of age-specific mortality and reproduction.

Data gaps and opportunities for comparative and conservation biology.

Warming impacts on early life stages increase the vulnerability and delay the population recovery of a long-lived habitat-forming macroalga

What Is the Minimal Optimal Sample Size for Plant Ecophysiological Studies?

Towards global data products of Essential Biodiversity Variables on species traits.

Delivering the promises of trait-based approaches to the needs of demographic approaches, and vice versa.

High dispersal ability is related to fast life-history strategies

A cautionary note on elasticity analyses in a ternary plot using randomly generated population matrices

Interactive life-history traits predict sensitivity of plants and animals to temporal autocorrelation.

Implications of clonality for ageing research.

Fast-slow continuum and reproductive strategies structure plant life-history variation worldwide (vol 113, pg 230, 2015)

Less favourable climates constrain demographic strategies in plants.

Transient facilitation of resprouting shrubs in fire-prone habitats

Applications of the fast-slow continuum and reproductive strategy framework of plant life histories.

Interacting livestock and fire may both threaten and increase viability of a fire-adapted Mediterranean carnivorous plant

Introduction: Wilting Leaves and Rotting Branches: Reconciling Evolutionary Perspectives on Senescence

Life History Trade-Offs Modulate the Speed of Senescence

Co-existence of multiple trade-off currencies shapes evolutionary outcomes.

The Evolution of Senescence in the Tree of Life

Extrapolating demography with climate, proximity and phylogeny: approach with caution.

Accounting for uncertainty in dormant life stages in stochastic demographic models

A demographic menage a trois: interactions between disturbances both amplify and dampen population dynamics of an endemic plant

Prioritizing management actions for invasive populations using cost, efficacy, demography and expert opinion for 14 plant species world-wide.

COMADRE: a global data base of animal demography.

Demography beyond the population

Linking transient dynamics and life history to biological invasion success

Fast-slow continuum and reproductive strategies structure plant life-history variation worldwide.

Land use heterogeneity causes variation in demographic viability of a bioindicator of species-richness in protected fen grasslands

Disentangling trait-based mortality in species with decoupled size and age.

The next generation of action ecology: Novel approaches towards global ecological research

Local-scale disturbances can benefit an endangered, fire-adapted plant species in Western Mediterranean heathlands in the absence of fire

Connecting people and ideas from around the world: Global innovation platforms for next-generation ecology and beyond

Eco-evolutionary dynamics in plants: Interactive processes at overlapping time-scales and their implications

No second chances: Demography from the forest floor to the canopy and back again

Statistical modelling of annual variation for inference on stochastic population dynamics using Integral Projection Models

The compadre Plant Matrix Database: An open online repository for plant demography

Erratum: Functional traits explain variation in plant life history strategies(Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (2014) 111, 2 (740-745) DOI:10.1073/pnas.1315179111)

Advancing population ecology with integral projection models: A practical guide

Functional traits explain variation in plant life history strategies.

Diversity of ageing across the tree of life.

Forest fragmentation alters the population dynamics of a late-successional tropical tree

Lack of quantitative training among early-career ecologists: a survey of the problem and potential solutions.

Predicting invasion in grassland ecosystems: is exotic dominance the real embarrassment of richness?

Predicting invasion in grassland ecosystems: Is exotic dominance the real embarrassment of richness?

White-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus) positively affect the growth of mature northern red oak (quercus rubra) trees

Age, stage and senescence in plants.

Plants do not count… or do they? New perspectives on the universality of senescence.

The pace and shape of senescence in angiosperms

IPMpack: An R package for integral projection models

A demographic approach to study effects of climate change in desert plants.

It is getting hotter in here: determining and projecting the impacts of global environmental change on drylands.

Introducing short roots in a desert perennial: anatomy and spatiotemporal foraging responses to increased precipitation.

The next generation of peer reviewing

A hydraulic explanation for size-specific plant shrinkage: developmental hydraulic sectoriality.

Matrix dimensions bias demographic inferences: implications for comparative plant demography.

Keeping plant shrinkage in the demographic loop

Matrix projection models meet variation in the real world

After "eco" comes "service"

Anagenetic evolution in island plants