Dr. Noelle G. Beckman
Dr. Noelle G. Beckman
Department of Biology & Ecology Center, Utah State University
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Rate of tree carbon accumulation increases continuously with tree size
NL Stephenson, AJ Das, R Condit, SE Russo, PJ Baker, NG Beckman, ...
Nature 507 (7490), 90, 2014
5132014
Testing predictions of the Janzen–Connell hypothesis: a meta‐analysis of experimental evidence for distance‐and density‐dependent seed and seedling survival
LS Comita, SA Queenborough, SJ Murphy, JL Eck, K Xu, M Krishnadas, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 845-856, 2014
3422014
The Plight of Large Animals in Tropical Forests and the Consequences for Plant Regeneration
SJ Wright, KE Stoner, N Beckman, RT Corlett, R Dirzo, HC Muller‐Landau, ...
Biotropica 39 (3), 289-291, 2007
1992007
Forest roads as partial barriers to terrestrial salamander movement
DM Marsh, GS Milam, NP Gorham, NG Beckman
Conservation biology 19 (6), 2004-2008, 2005
1532005
Effects of forest roads on the abundance and activity of terrestrial salamanders
DM Marsh, NG Beckman
Ecological applications 14 (6), 1882-1891, 2004
1072004
Differential effects of hunting on pre‐dispersal seed predation and primary and secondary seed removal of two Neotropical tree species
NG Beckman, HC Muller‐Landau
Biotropica 39 (3), 328-339, 2007
902007
Consequences of seed dispersal for plant recruitment in tropical forests: interactions within the seedscape
NG Beckman, HS Rogers
Biotropica 45 (6), 666-681, 2013
552013
The interacting effects of clumped seed dispersal and distance‐and density‐dependent mortality on seedling recruitment patterns
NG Beckman, C Neuhauser, HC Muller‐Landau
Journal of Ecology 100 (4), 862-873, 2012
522012
Pollen feeding and fitness in praying mantids: the vegetarian side of a tritrophic predator
N Beckman, LE Hurd
Environmental Entomology 32 (4), 881-885, 2003
452003
Ecological and genetic evidence that low-order streams inhibit dispersal by red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus)
DM Marsh, RB Page, TJ Hanlon, H Bareke, R Corritone, N Jetter, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (3), 319-327, 2007
422007
Linking Fruit Traits to Variation in Predispersal Vertebrate Seed Predation, Insect Seed Predation, and Pathogen Attack
N Beckman, H Muller-Landau
Ecology 92 (11), 2131-2140, 2011
302011
High dispersal ability is related to fast life‐history strategies
NG Beckman, JM Bullock, R Salguero‐Gómez
Journal of Ecology 106 (4), 1349-1362, 2018
242018
Consequences of intraspecific variation in seed dispersal for plant demography, communities, evolution and global change
RS Snell, NG Beckman, E Fricke, BA Loiselle, CS Carvalho, LR Jones, ...
AoB Plants 11 (4), plz016, 2019
202019
The distribution of fruit and seed toxicity during development for eleven neotropical trees and vines in Central Panama
NG Beckman
PloS one 8 (7), e66764, 2013
132013
Identification and characterization of a carlavirus causing veinal necrosis of coleus
DS Mollov, MC Hayslett, KA Eichstaedt, NG Beckman, ML Daughtrey, ...
Plant disease 91 (6), 754-757, 2007
112007
The total dispersal kernel: a review and future directions
HS Rogers, NG Beckman, F Hartig, JS Johnson, G Pufal, K Shea, D Zurell, ...
AoB Plants 11 (5), plz042, 2019
92019
Employing plant functional groups to advance seed dispersal ecology and conservation
C Aslan, NG Beckman, HS Rogers, J Bronstein, D Zurell, F Hartig, K Shea, ...
AoB Plants 11 (2), plz006, 2019
72019
Advancing an interdisciplinary framework to study seed dispersal ecology
NG Beckman, CE Aslan, HS Rogers, O Kogan, JL Bronstein, JM Bullock, ...
AoB Plants 12 (2), plz048, 2020
62020
Intrinsic and extrinsic drivers of intraspecific variation in seed dispersal are diverse and pervasive
EW Schupp, R Zwolak, LR Jones, RS Snell, NG Beckman, C Aslan, ...
AoB Plants 11 (6), plz067, 2019
52019
Individual variation in dispersal and fecundity increases rates of spatial spread
SJ Schreiber, NG Beckman
AoB Plants 12 (3), plaa001, 2020
42020
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