James McGraw
James McGraw
Eberly Professor of Biology, West Virginia University
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Detection and analysis of individual leaf-off tree crowns in small footprint, high sampling density lidar data from the eastern deciduous forest in North America
T Brandtberg, TA Warner, RE Landenberger, JB McGraw
Remote sensing of Environment 85 (3), 290-303, 2003
Estimation of individual fitness from life-history data
JB McGraw, H Caswell
The American Naturalist 147 (1), 47-64, 1996
A comparison of multispectral and multitemporal information in high spatial resolution imagery for classification of individual tree species in a temperate hardwood forest
T Key, TA Warner, JB McGraw, MA Fajvan
Remote Sensing of Environment 75 (1), 100-112, 2001
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes
JB McGraw
Oecologia 73 (3), 465-468, 1987
Deer browsing and population viability of a forest understory plant
JB McGraw, MA Furedi
Science 307 (5711), 920-922, 2005
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes: I. Ecotypic differentiation and life-cycle stages of selection
JB McGraw, J Antonovics
The Journal of Ecology, 879-897, 1983
Plant competition in relation to neighbor biomass: an intercontinental study with Poa pratensis
RJ Reader, SD Wilson, JW Belcher, I Wisheu, PA Keddy, D Tilman, ...
Ecology 75 (6), 1753-1760, 1994
Natural selection and ecotypic differentiation in Impatiens pallida
CC Bennington, JB McGraw
Ecological Monographs 65 (3), 303-324, 1995
Experimental demonstration of an Allee effect in American ginseng
EE Hackney, JB McGraw
Conservation Biology 15 (1), 129-136, 2001
Further data on removal and repopulation of the breeding birds in a spruce-fir forest community
MM Hensley, JB Cope
The Auk 68 (4), 483-493, 1951
Competitive ability and adaptation to fertile and infertile soils in two Eriophorum species
JB McGraw, FS Chapin III
Ecology 70 (3), 736-749, 1989
Seed dispersal of the non-native invasive tree Ailanthus altissima into contrasting environments
RE Landenberger, NL Kota, JB McGraw
Plant Ecology 192, 55-70, 2007
The role of buried viable seeds in arctic and alpine plant communities
Ecology of soil seed banks, 1989
Seed-bank properties of an Appalachian sphagnum bog and a model of the depth distribution of viable seeds
JB McGraw
Canadian Journal of Botany 65 (10), 2028-2035, 1987
Home site advantage in two long‐lived arctic plant species: results from two 30‐year reciprocal transplant studies
CC Bennington, N Fetcher, MC Vavrek, GR Shaver, KJ Cummings, ...
Journal of Ecology 100 (4), 841-851, 2012
Evidence for decline in stature of American ginseng plants from herbarium specimens
JB McGraw
Biological Conservation 98 (1), 25-32, 2001
Ecological genetic variation in seed banks I. Establishment of a time transect
JB McGraw, MC Vavrek, CC Bennington
The Journal of Ecology, 617-625, 1991
Ecology and conservation of ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) in a changing world
JB McGraw, AE Lubbers, M Van der Voort, EH Mooney, MA Furedi, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1286 (1), 62-91, 2013
Competition causes regular spacing of alder in Alaskan shrub tundra
FS Chapin, JB McGraw, GR Shaver
Oecologia 79, 412-416, 1989
Seed bank size and distribution of seeds in cottongrass tussock tundra, Eagle Creek, Alaska
JB McGraw
Canadian Journal of Botany 58 (15), 1607-1611, 1980
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