Leland K Werden
Leland K Werden
Lead Scientist @ ETH Zürich | Crowther Lab
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Bears show a physiological but limited behavioral response to unmanned aerial vehicles
MA Ditmer, JB Vincent, LK Werden, JC Tanner, TG Laske, PA Iaizzo, ...
Current Biology 25 (17), 2278-2283, 2015
The invasive species Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) increases soil nutrient availability in northern hardwood-conifer forests
VL Rodgers, BE Wolfe, LK Werden, AC Finzi
Oecologia 157, 459-471, 2008
A catastrophic tropical drought kills hydraulically vulnerable tree species
JS Powers, G Vargas G, TJ Brodribb, NB Schwartz, D Pérez‐Aviles, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (5), 3122-3133, 2020
Bears habituate to the repeated exposure of a novel stimulus, unmanned aircraft systems
MA Ditmer, LK Werden, JC Tanner, JB Vincent, P Callahan, PA Iaizzo, ...
Conservation Physiology 7 (1), coy067, 2019
Impacts of climate variability on tree demography in second growth tropical forests: the importance of regional context for predicting successional trajectories
M Uriarte, N Schwartz, JS Powers, E Marín‐Spiotta, W Liao, LK Werden
Biotropica 48 (6), 780-797, 2016
Using soil amendments and plant functional traits to select native tropical dry forest species for the restoration of degraded Vertisols
LK Werden, P Alvarado J, S Zarges, E Calderón M, EM Schilling, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (2), 1019-1028, 2018
Explaining Legume Success in Tropical Dry Forests Based on Seed Germination Niches
G Vargas G, LK Werden, JS Powers
Biotropica 47 (3), 277-280, 2015
Tropical dry forest trees and lianas differ in leaf economic spectrum traits but have overlapping water-use strategies
LK Werden, BG Waring, CM Smith-Martin, JS Powers
Tree Physiology 38 (4), 517-530, 2018
Nutrient addition effects on tropical dry forests: a mini-review from microbial to ecosystem scales
JS Powers, KK Becklund, MG Gei, SB Iyengar, R Meyer, CS O'Connell, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 3 (34), 2015
Barriers to adding UAVs to the ecologist's toolbox
JB Vincent, LK Werden, MA Ditmer
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13, 74-75, 2015
Ex situ conservation of threatened plant species in island biodiversity hotspots: A case study from Hawai‘i
LK Werden, NC Sugii, L Weisenberger, MJ Keir, G Koob, RA Zahawi
Biological Conservation 243, 108435, 2020
Low‐cost agricultural waste accelerates tropical forest regeneration
TLH Treuer, JJ Choi, DH Janzen, W Hallwachs, D Peréz‐Aviles, ...
Restoration ecology 26 (2), 275-283, 2018
Edaphic factors, successional status and functional traits drive habitat associations of trees in naturally regenerating tropical dry forests
LK Werden, JM Becknell, JS Powers
Functional Ecology 32 (12), 2766-2776, 2018
Tradeoffs and synergies in tropical forest root traits and dynamics for nutrient and water acquisition: field and modeling advances
DF Cusack, SD Addo-Danso, EA Agee, KM Andersen, M Arnaud, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 704469, 2021
Effects of dispersal‐and niche‐based factors on tree recruitment in tropical wet forest restoration
LK Werden, KD Holl, JA Rosales, JM Sylvester, RA Zahawi
Ecological Applications 30 (7), e02139, 2020
Using large‐scale tropical dry forest restoration to test successional theory
LK Werden, E Calderón‐Morales, P Alvarado J, M Gutiérrez L, ...
Ecological Applications 30 (6), e02116, 2020
Leaf habit affects the distribution of drought sensitivity but not water transport efficiency in the tropics
G Vargas G, N Kunert, WM Hammond, ZC Berry, LK Werden, ...
Ecology letters 25 (12), 2637-2650, 2022
Effects of soil type and light on height growth, biomass partitioning, and nitrogen dynamics on 22 species of tropical dry forest tree seedlings: Comparisons between legumes …
CM Smith‐Martin, MG Gei, E Bergstrom, KK Becklund, JM Becknell, ...
American Journal of Botany 104 (3), 399-410, 2017
Restoration interventions mediate tropical tree recruitment dynamics over time
AJ Kulikowski, RA Zahawi, LK Werden, K Zhu, KD Holl
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 378 (1867), 20210077, 2023
Proximity and abundance of mother trees affects recruitment patterns in a long‐term tropical forest restoration study
RA Zahawi, LK Werden, M San‐José, JA Rosales, J Flores, KD Holl
Ecography 44 (12), 1826-1837, 2021
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