Jeffrey D. Corbin
Jeffrey D. Corbin
Professor, Union College
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Competition between native perennial and exotic annual grasses: implications for an historical invasion
JD Corbin, CM D'Antonio
Ecology 85 (5), 1273-1283, 2004
Applied nucleation as a forest restoration strategy
JD Corbin, KD Holl
Forest Ecology and Management 265, 37-46, 2012
Can carbon addition increase competitiveness of native grasses? A case study from California
JD Corbin, CM D'Antonio
Restoration Ecology 12 (1), 36-43, 2004
Summer water use by California coastal prairie grasses: fog, drought, and community composition
JD Corbin, MA Thomsen, TE Dawson, CM D’Antonio
Oecologia 145 (4), 511-521, 2005
Gone but not forgotten? Invasive plants' legacies on community and ecosystem properties
JD Corbin, CM D'Antonio
Invasive Plant Science and Management 5 (1), 117-124, 2012
Effects of Exotic Species on Soil Nitrogen Cycling: Implications for Restoration 1
Weed technology 18 (sp1), 1464-1467, 2004
California native and exotic perennial grasses differ in their response to soil nitrogen, exotic annual grass density, and order of emergence
JK Abraham, JD Corbin, CM D’Antonio
Herbaceous Plant Ecology, 81-92, 2009
Linking plant invasions to global environmental change
M VilÓ, JD Corbin, JS Dukes, J Pino, SD Smith
Terrestrial ecosystems in a changing world, 93-102, 2007
Spatial and temporal patterns of seed dispersal: an important determinant of grassland invasion
CT DiVittorio, JD Corbin, CM D'Antonio
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 311-316, 2007
California grasslands: ecology and management
MR Stromberg, JD Corbin, CMD Antonio
Univ of California Press, 2007
The effect of soil nitrogen on competition between native and exotic perennial grasses from northern coastal California
MA Thomsen, JD Corbin, CM D’Antonio
Plant Ecology 186 (1), 23-35, 2006
Using plant functional traits to guide restoration: A case study in California coastal grassland
B Sandel, JD Corbin, M Krupa
Ecosphere 2 (2), 2011
Not novel, just better: competition between native and non-native plants in California grasslands that share species traits
JD Corbin, CM D’Antonio
Plant Ecology 209 (1), 71-81, 2010
Tipping the balance in the restoration of native plants
JD Corbin, C D’Antonio, SJ Bainbridge
Experimental approaches in conservation biology, 154–179, 2004
Competitive interactions
JD Corbin, AR Dyer, EW Seabloom
Ecology and management of California grasslands, 156-168, 2007
The effects of litter and temperature on the germination of native and exotic grasses in a coastal California grassland
SA Reynolds, JD Corbin, CM D'Antonio
Madrono 48 (4), 230-235, 2001
The role of phosphorus availability in the response of soil nitrogen cycling, understory vegetation and arbuscular mycorrhizal inoculum potential to elevated nitrogen inputs
JD Corbin, PG Avis, RB Wilbur
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 147 (1), 141-162, 2003
Scale, disturbance and productivity control the native‐exotic richness relationship
B Sandel, JD Corbin
Oikos 119 (8), 1281-1290, 2010
Biotic resistance to invasion is ubiquitous across ecosystems of the United States
EM Beaury, JT Finn, JD Corbin, V Barr, BA Bradley
Ecology letters 23 (3), 476-482, 2020
A long‐term evaluation of applied nucleation as a strategy to facilitate forest restoration
JD Corbin, GR Robinson, LM Hafkemeyer, SN Handel
Ecological Applications 26 (1), 104-114, 2016
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