Insu Jo
Insu Jo
Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research, New Zealand
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Divergence of species responses to climate change
S Fei, JM Desprez, KM Potter, I Jo, JA Knott, CM Oswalt
Science Advances 3 (5), E1603055, 2017
Scale dependence of vegetation–environment relationships: a meta‐analysis of multivariate data
A Siefert, C Ravenscroft, D Althoff, JC Alvarez‐Yépiz, BE Carter, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (5), 942-951, 2012
Linking above-and belowground resource use strategies for native and invasive species of temperate deciduous forests
I Jo, JD Fridley, DA Frank
Biological Invasions 17 (5), 1545-1554, 2015
More of the same? In situ leaf and root decomposition rates do not vary between 80 native and nonnative deciduous forest species
I Jo, JD Fridley, DA Frank
New Phytologist 209 (1), 115-122, 2016
Trends in ecology: shifts of ecological research themes in the last four decades
E McCallen, J Knott, G Nunez-Mir, B Taylor, I Jo, S Fei
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2019
Invasive plants accelerate nitrogen cycling: evidence from experimental woody monocultures
I Jo, JD Fridley, DA Frank
Journal of Ecology 105 (4), 1105–1110, 2017
Biotic resistance to exotic invasions: its role in forest ecosystems, confounding artifacts, and future directions
GC Nunez-Mir, AM Liebhold, Q Guo, EG Brockerhoff, I Jo, K Ordonez, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (11), 3287-3299, 2017
Shifts in dominant tree mycorrhizal associations in response to anthropogenic impacts
I Jo, S Fei, C Oswalt, GM Domke, RP Phillips
Science Advances 5 (4), eaav6358, 2019
Microbial mechanisms and ecosystem flux estimation for aerobic NOy emissions from deciduous forest soils
RM Mushinski, RP Phillips, ZC Payne, RB Abney, I Jo, S Fei, SE Pusede, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019
Dominant forest tree mycorrhizal type mediates understory plant invasions
I Jo, K Potter, G Domke, S Fei
Ecology Letters 21 (2), 217-224, 2018
Impacts of climate on the biodiversity-productivity relationship in natural forests
S Fei, I Jo, Q Guo, DA Wardle, J Fang, A Chen, CM Oswalt, ...
Nature Communications 9, 2018
Biotic interchange in the Anthropocene: strong asymmetry in East Asian and eastern North American plant invasions
J Mason Heberling, I Jo, A Kozhevnikov, H Lee, JD Fridley
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (4), 447-458, 2017
Effects of light, temperature, and water depth on growth of a rare aquatic plant, Ranunculus kadzusensis
IS Jo, DU Han, YJ Cho, EJ Lee
Journal of Plant Biology 53 (1), 88-93, 2010
Naturalised plants transform the composition and function of the New Zealand flora
AJ Brandt, PJ Bellingham, RP Duncan, TR Etherington, JD Fridley, ...
Biological Invasions, 2020
Rapid leaf litter decomposition of deciduous understory shrubs and lianas mediated by mesofauna
I Jo, JD Fridley, DA Frank
Plant Ecology 221 (1), 63-68, 2020
Environmental harshness drives spatial heterogeneity in biotic resistance
B Iannone III, K Potter, Q Guo, I Jo, C Oswalt, S Fei
NeoBiota 40, 87-105, 2018
A habitat-based assessment of the role of competition in plant invasions
JD Fridley, I Jo, PE Hulme, RP Duncan
Journal of Ecology, 2020
A roadmap for exploring the thematic content of ecology journals
J Knott, E LaRue, S Ward, E McCallen, K Ordonez, F Wagner, I Jo, J Elliott, ...
Ecosphere 10 (8), e02801, 2019
Effects of plant invasions on ecosystem processes: Linking above-and below-ground resource-use strategies of native and invasive species in Eastern US forests
I Jo
Syracuse University, 2015
Ecological traits of endangered plant species, Ranunculus kadzusensis
Seoul National University, 2009
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