|Adaptation of US maize to temperature variations|
EE Butler, P Huybers
Nature Climate Change 3 (1), 68-72, 2013
|Random forests for global and regional crop yield predictions|
JH Jeong, JP Resop, ND Mueller, DH Fleisher, K Yun, EE Butler, ...
PLoS One 11 (6), e0156571, 2016
|Cooling of US Midwest summer temperature extremes from cropland intensification|
ND Mueller, EE Butler, KA McKinnon, A Rhines, M Tingley, NM Holbrook, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (3), 317-322, 2016
|Mapping local and global variability in plant trait distributions|
EE Butler, A Datta, H Flores-Moreno, M Chen, KR Wythers, F Fazayeli, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), E10937-E10946, 2017
|Implications of improved representations of plant respiration in a changing climate|
C Huntingford, OK Atkin, A Martinez-De La Torre, LM Mercado, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1-11, 2017
|Variations in the sensitivity of US maize yield to extreme temperatures by region and growth phase|
EE Butler, P Huybers
Environmental Research Letters 10 (3), 034009, 2015
|Modeling constraints on the spread of agriculture to Southwest China with thermal niche models|
JDA Guedes, EE Butler
Quaternary International 349, 29-41, 2014
|Peculiarly pleasant weather for US maize|
EE Butler, ND Mueller, P Huybers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (47), 11935-11940, 2018
|Global relationships between cropland intensification and summer temperature extremes over the last 50 years|
ND Mueller, A Rhines, EE Butler, DK Ray, S Siebert, NM Holbrook, ...
Journal of Climate 30 (18), 7505-7528, 2017
|Comment on “Agriculture facilitated permanent human occupation of the Tibetan Plateau after 3600 BP”|
JA Guedes, RK Bocinsky, EE Butler
Science 348 (6237), 872-872, 2015
|Robustness of trait connections across environmental gradients and growth forms|
H Flores‐Moreno, F Fazayeli, A Banerjee, A Datta, J Kattge, EE Butler, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 28 (12), 1806-1826, 2019
|Phenology matters: extended spring and autumn canopy cover increases biotic resistance of forests to invasion by common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica)|
MJ Schuster, PD Wragg, LJ Williams, EE Butler, A Stefanski, PB Reich
Forest Ecology and Management 464, 118067, 2020
|BII-Implementation: The causes and consequences of plant biodiversity across scales in a rapidly changing world|
J Cavender-Bares, P Reich, P Townsend, A Banerjee, E Butler, A Desai, ...
Research Ideas and Outcomes 7, e63850, 2021
|Improving collaborations between empiricists and modelers to advance grassland community dynamics in ecosystem models|
KR Wilcox, KJ Komatsu, ML Avolio, C2E Consortium
The New phytologist 228 (5), 1467-1471, 2020
|Seeing the canopy for the branches: Improved within canopy scaling of leaf nitrogen|
EE Butler, M Chen, D Ricciuto, H Flores‐Moreno, KR Wythers, J Kattge, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 12 (10), e2020MS002237, 2020
|Climate-biome envelope shifts create enormous challenges and novel opportunities for conservation|
R Toot, LE Frelich, EE Butler, PB Reich
Forests 11 (9), 1015, 2020
|Heavy rain, come today|
Nature Climate Change 10 (9), 805-806, 2020
|Updated respiration routines alter spatio-temporal patterns of carbon cycling in a global land surface model|
EE Butler, KR Wythers, H Flores-Moreno, M Chen, A Datta, DM Ricciuto, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (10), 104015, 2021
|Evaluating the benefits of chlorophyll fluorescence for in-season crop productivity forecasting|
LL Sloat, M Lin, EE Butler, D Johnson, NM Holbrook, PJ Huybers, JE Lee, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 260, 112478, 2021
|Enhanced light interception and light use efficiency explain overyielding in young tree communities|
LJ Williams, EE Butler, J Cavender‐Bares, A Stefanski, KE Rice, ...
Ecology letters 24 (5), 996-1006, 2021