Joshua Caplan
Joshua Caplan
Research Associate, Temple University
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Rubus armeniacus (Himalayan blackberry) occurrence and growth in relation to soil and light conditions in western Oregon
JS Caplan, JA Yeakley
Northwest Science 80 (1), 9, 2006
Water relations advantages for invasive Rubus armeniacus over two native ruderal congeners
JS Caplan, JA Yeakley
Plant ecology 210 (1), 169-179, 2010
Cosmopolitan species as models for ecophysiological responses to global change: the common reed Phragmites australis
F Eller, H Skálová, JS Caplan, GP Bhattarai, MK Burger, JT Cronin, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1833, 2017
Global change accelerates carbon assimilation by a wetland ecosystem engineer
JS Caplan, RN Hager, JP Megonigal, TJ Mozdzer
Environmental Research Letters 10 (11), 115006, 2015
Health risk of bathing in Southern California coastal waters
MV Brinks, RH Dwight, ND Osgood, G Sharavanakumar, DJ Turbow, ...
Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health 63 (3), 123-135, 2008
Functional morphology underlies performance differences among invasive and non-invasive ruderal Rubus species
JS Caplan, JA Yeakley
Oecologia 173 (2), 363-374, 2013
Belowground advantages in construction cost facilitate a cryptic plant invasion
JS Caplan, CN Wheaton, TJ Mozdzer
AoB Plants 6, 2014
Box-counting dimension revisited: presenting an efficient method of minimizing quantization error and an assessment of the self-similarity of structural root systems
M Bouda, JS Caplan, JE Saiers
Frontiers in plant science 7, 149, 2016
Jatropha curcas L. root structure and growth in diverse soils
OA Valdés-Rodríguez, O Sánchez-Sánchez, A Pérez-Vázquez, ...
The Scientific World Journal 2013, 2013
Influence of variable precipitation on coastal water quality in southern California
RH Dwight, JS Caplan, MV Brinks, SN Catlin, G Buescher, JC Semenza
Water Environment Research 83 (12), 2121-2130, 2011
Descendant root volume varies as a function of root type: estimation of root biomass lost during uprooting in Pinus pinaster
F Danjon, JS Caplan, M Fortin, C Meredieu
Frontiers in plant science 4, 402, 2013
The Mexican non-toxic Jatropha curcas L., food resource or biofuel?
OA Valdes-Rodriguez, O Sanchez-Sanchez, A Perez-Vazquez, J Caplan
Botany Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2013
Fine‐root traits are linked to species dynamics in a successional plant community
JS Caplan, SJ Meiners, H Flores‐Moreno, ML McCormack
Ecology, 2019
Contrasting trait responses to latitudinal climate variation in two lineages of an invasive grass
TJ Mozdzer, JS Caplan, RN Hager, CE Proffitt, LA Meyerson
Biological Invasions 18 (9), 2649-2660, 2016
Nutrient foraging strategies are associated with productivity and population growth in forest shrubs
JS Caplan, BWG Stone, CA Faillace, JJ Lafond, JM Baumgarten, ...
Annals of botany 119 (6), 977-988, 2017
Allometry data and equations for coastal marsh plants
M Lu, JS Caplan, JD Bakker, TJ Mozdzer, BG Drake, JP Megonigal, ...
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, 2016
Evidence does not support the targeting of cryptic invaders at the subspecies level using classical biological control: the example of Phragmites
E Kiviat, LA Meyerson, TJ Mozdzer, WJ Allen, AH Baldwin, GP Bhattarai, ...
Biological Invasions 21 (8), 2529-2541, 2019
Water relations of street trees in green infrastructure tree trench systems
JS Caplan, RC Galanti, S Olshevski, SW Eisenman
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 41, 170-178, 2019
Complementary responses of morphology and physiology enhance the stand‐scale production of a model invasive species under elevated CO2 and nitrogen
TJ Mozdzer, JS Caplan
Functional Ecology 32 (7), 1784-1796, 2018
Maintenance of photosynthesis by Betula populifolia in metal contaminated soils
AB Salisbury, FJ Gallagher, JS Caplan, JC Grabosky
Science of the Total Environment 625, 1615-1627, 2018
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