Rebecca S Snell
TitleCited byYear
Using dynamic vegetation models to simulate plant range shifts
RS Snell, A Huth, JEMS Nabel, G Bocedi, JMJ Travis, D Gravel, ...
Ecography 37 (12), 1184-1197, 2014
652014
Life history traits in selfing versus outcrossing annuals: exploring the'time-limitation'hypothesis for the fitness benefit of self-pollination
R Snell, LW Aarssen
BMC ecology 5 (1), 2, 2005
542005
Simulating long‐distance seed dispersal in a dynamic vegetation model
RS Snell
Global ecology and biogeography 23 (1), 89-98, 2014
262014
Herbaceous Understorey: An Overlooked Player in Forest Landscape Dynamics?
T Thrippleton, H Bugmann, K Kramer-Priewasser, RS Snell
Ecosystems 19 (7), 1240-1254, 2016
252016
Using a dynamic forest model to predict tree species distributions
AG Gutiérrez, RS Snell, H Bugmann
Global ecology and biogeography 25 (3), 347-358, 2016
232016
From monocultures to mixed-species forests: is tree diversity key for providing ecosystem services at the landscape scale?
LJ Schuler, H Bugmann, RS Snell
Landscape Ecology 32 (7), 1499-1516, 2017
202017
Consideration of dispersal processes and northern refugia can improve our understanding of past plant migration rates in North America
RS Snell, SA Cowling
Journal of Biogeography 42 (9), 1677-1688, 2015
172015
Inter-and transdisciplinary perspective on the integration of ecological processes into ecosystem services analysis in a mountain region
R Huber, S Briner, H Bugmann, C Elkin, C Hirschi, R Seidl, R Snell, ...
Ecological Processes 3 (1), 9, 2014
172014
Overstorey–Understorey Interactions Intensify After Drought-Induced Forest Die-Off: Long-Term Effects for Forest Structure and Composition
T Thrippleton, H Bugmann, M Folini, RS Snell
Ecosystems 21 (4), 723-739, 2018
72018
Consequences of intraspecific variation in seed dispersal for plant demography, communities, evolution and global change
RS Snell, NG Beckman, E Fricke, BA Loiselle, CS Carvalho, LR Jones, ...
AoB Plants 11 (4), plz016, 2019
42019
Herbaceous competition and browsing may induce arrested succession in central European forests
T Thrippleton, H Bugmann, RS Snell
Journal of Ecology 106 (3), 1120-1132, 2018
42018
Integrating models across temporal and spatial scales to simulate landscape patterns and dynamics in mountain pasture-woodlands
RS Snell, A Peringer, H Bugmann
Landscape Ecology 32 (5), 1079-1096, 2017
42017
Determining sectoral and regional sensitivity to climate and socio-economic change in Europe using impact response surfaces
S Fronzek, TR Carter, N Pirttioja, R Alkemade, E Audsley, H Bugmann, ...
Regional Environmental Change 19 (3), 679-693, 2019
32019
Importance of climate uncertainty for projections of forest ecosystem services
RS Snell, C Elkin, S Kotlarski, H Bugmann
Regional Environmental Change 18 (7), 2145-2159, 2018
32018
Simulating Regional Vegetation‐climate Dynamics for Middle America: Tropical Versus Temperate Applications
RS Snell, SA Cowling, B Smith
Biotropica 45 (5), 567-577, 2013
32013
Direct and indirect effects of ants on seed predation in moth/yucca mutualisms
RS Snell, JF Addicott
Ecoscience 15 (3), 305-314, 2008
32008
Direct and indirect effect of ants on moth/yucca interactions: how additional species affect the costs/benefits in an obligate mutualism
R Snell
Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, 2004
32004
Advancing an interdisciplinary framework to study seed dispersal ecology
NG Beckman, CE Aslan, HS Rogers, O Kogan, JL Bronstein, JM Bullock, ...
AoB Plants, 2019
22019
Limiting the success of stem borers (Prodoxus quinquepunctellus) in yuccas: indirect effects of ants, aphids, and fruit position
RS Snell, JF Addicott
Ecological Entomology 33 (1), 119-126, 2008
22008
Employing plant functional groups to advance seed dispersal ecology and conservation
C Aslan, NG Beckman, HS Rogers, J Bronstein, D Zurell, F Hartig, K Shea, ...
AoB Plants 11 (2), plz006, 2019
12019
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