Jake Goheen
Jake Goheen
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Moving in the Anthropocene: Global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
MA Tucker, K Böhning-Gaese, WF Fagan, JM Fryxell, B Van Moorter, ...
Science 359 (6374), 466-469, 2018
3322018
Skin shedding and tissue regeneration in African spiny mice (Acomys)
AW Seifert, SG Kiama, MG Seifert, JR Goheen, TM Palmer, M Maden
Nature 489 (7417), 561-565, 2012
3212012
Breakdown of an ant-plant mutualism follows the loss of large herbivores from an African savanna
TM Palmer, ML Stanton, TP Young, JR Goheen, RM Pringle, R Karban
Science 319 (5860), 192-195, 2008
2652008
Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness
LH Fraser, J Pither, A Jentsch, M Sternberg, M Zobel, D Askarizadeh, ...
Science 349 (6245), 302-305, 2015
2292015
Synergy of multiple partners, including freeloaders, increases host fitness in a multispecies mutualism
TM Palmer, DF Doak, ML Stanton, JL Bronstein, ET Kiers, TP Young, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (40), 17234-17239, 2010
2062010
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
1422014
Net effects of large mammals on Acacia seedling survival in an African savanna
JR Goheen, F Keesing, BF Allan, D Ogada, RS Ostfeld
Ecology 85 (6), 1555-1561, 2004
1222004
Zero sum, the niche, and metacommunities: long-term dynamics of community assembly
SKM Ernest, JH Brown, KM Thibault, EP White, JR Goheen
The American Naturalist 172 (6), E257-E269, 2008
1132008
Large herbivores facilitate savanna tree establishment via diverse and indirect pathways
JR Goheen, TM Palmer, F Keesing, C Riginos, TP Young
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (2), 372-382, 2010
1102010
Consequences of herbivory by native ungulates for the reproduction of a savanna tree
JR Goheen, TP Young, F Keesing, TM Palmer
Journal of Ecology 95 (1), 129-138, 2007
922007
Defensive plant-ants stabilize megaherbivore-driven landscape change in an African savanna
JR Goheen, TM Palmer
Current Biology 20 (19), 1768-1772, 2010
912010
Effects of mammalian herbivore declines on plant communities: observations and experiments in an A frican savanna
HS Young, DJ McCauley, KM Helgen, JR Goheen, E Otárola‐Castillo, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 1030-1041, 2013
862013
Is ungulate migration culturally transmitted? Evidence of social learning from translocated animals
BR Jesmer, JA Merkle, JR Goheen, EO Aikens, JL Beck, AB Courtemanch, ...
Science 361 (6406), 1023-1025, 2018
852018
Incidental nest predation in songbirds: behavioral indicators detect ecological scales and processes
KA Schmidt, JR Goheen, R Naumann
Ecology 82 (10), 2937-2947, 2001
842001
Forces structuring tree squirrel communities in landscapes fragmented by agriculture: species differences in perceptions of forest connectivity and carrying capacity
JR Goheen, RK Swihart, TM Gehring, MS Miller
Oikos 102 (1), 95-103, 2003
822003
Long-term insights into the influence of precipitation on community dynamics in desert rodents
KM Thibault, SKM Ernest, EP White, JH Brown, JR Goheen
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (4), 787-797, 2010
802010
Piecewise disassembly of a large-herbivore community across a rainfall gradient: the UHURU experiment
JR Goheen, TM Palmer, GK Charles, KM Helgen, SN Kinyua, JE Maclean, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e55192, 2013
752013
Experimental removal of strong and weak predators: mice and chipmunks preying on songbird nests
KA Schmidt, JR Goheen, R Naumann, RS Ostfeld, EM Schauber, ...
Ecology 82 (10), 2927-2936, 2001
752001
Trophic cascades by large carnivores: a case for strong inference and mechanism
AT Ford, JR Goheen
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (12), 725-735, 2015
712015
Pathways for Positive Cattle Wildlife Interactions in Semiarid Rangelands
DJ Augustine, KE Veblen, JR Goheen, C Riginos, TP Young
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 2011
702011
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