David Ward
David Ward
Herrick Chair of Plant Biology, Kent State University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kent.edu - Startseite
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Do we understand the causes of bush encroachment in African savannas?
D Ward
African Journal of Range and Forage Science 22, 101-105, 2005
3052005
A patch-dynamics approach to savanna dynamics and woody plant encroachment-Insights from an arid savanna
K Wiegand, D Saltz, D Ward
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 7, 229-242, 2006
2542006
Effects of rain, nitrogen, fire and grazing on tree recruitment and early survival in bush-encroached savanna, South Africa
T Kraaij, D Ward
Plant Ecology 186, 235-246, 2006
2392006
The Biology of Deserts
D Ward
Oxford University Press, 2009
215*2009
Foraging at different spatial scales: Dorcas Gazelles foraging for lilies in the Negev desert.
D Ward, D Saltz
Ecology 75, 48-58, 1994
1881994
Multi-scale patterns and bush encroachment in an arid savanna with a shallow soil layer
K Wiegand, D Ward, D Saltz
Journal of Vegetation Science 16, 311-320, 2005
1742005
Walter’s two-layer hypothesis revisited: back to the roots!
D Ward, K Wiegand, S Getzin
Oecologia 172 (3), 617-630, 2013
1642013
Predation risk and distance to cover affect foraging behaviour in Namib Desert gerbils
JJ Hughes, D Ward
Animal Behaviour 46, 1243-1245, 1993
1511993
Large carnivores make savanna tree communities less thorny
AT Ford, JR Goheen, TO Otieno, L Bidner, LA Isbell, TM Palmer, D Ward, ...
Science 346 (6207), 346-349, 2014
1472014
Predation risk and competition affect habitat selection and activity of Namib desert gerbils.
JJ Hughes, D Ward, MR Perrin
Ecology 75, 1397-1405, 1994
1461994
Land degradation is not a necessary outcome of communal pastoralism in arid Namibia
D Ward, BT Ngairorue, J Kathena, R Samuels, Y Ofran
Journal of Arid Environments 40, 357-371, 1998
1351998
Direct and indirect effects of a predatory backswimmer (Notonecta maculata) on community structure of desert temporary pools
L Blaustein, BP Kotler, D Ward
Ecological Entomology 20 (4), 311-318, 1995
1281995
Acacia trees as keystone species in Negev desert ecosystems
Z Munzbergova, D Ward
Journal of Vegetation Science 13, 227-236, 2002
1232002
Chemical and mechanical defense against herbivory in two sympatric species of desert Acacia
C Rohner, D Ward
Journal of Vegetation Science 8, 717-726, 1997
1231997
Large mammalian herbivores and the conservation of arid Acacia stands in the Middle East
C Rohner, D Ward
Conservation Biology 13, 1162-1171, 1999
1211999
Evolution of plant defenses in non-indigenous environments
CM Orians, D Ward
Annual Review of Entomology 54, 147-163, 2010
1152010
Habitat selection and the life history of a desert spider, Stegodyphus lineatus (Eresidae)
D Ward, Y Lubin
Journal of Animal Ecology 62, 353-363, 1993
1131993
Adaptive traits of wild barley plants of Mediterranean and desert origin
S Volis, S Mendlinger, D Ward
Oecologia 133, 131-138, 2002
1032002
The role of satisficing in foraging theory
D Ward
Oikos 63, 312-317, 1992
1011992
Three-way interactions between Acacia, large mammalian herbivores and bruchid beetles - a review
K Or, D Ward
African Journal of Ecology 41, 1-9, 2003
982003
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