Robert R. Dunn
Robert R. Dunn
Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University
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TitleCited byYear
Species coextinctions and the biodiversity crisis
LP Koh, RR Dunn, NS Sodhi, RK Colwell, HC Proctor, VS Smith
science 305 (5690), 1632-1634, 2004
5062004
Recovery of faunal communities during tropical forest regeneration
RR Dunn
Conservation Biology 18 (2), 302-309, 2004
3792004
The sixth mass coextinction: are most endangered species parasites and mutualists?
RR Dunn, NC Harris, RK Colwell, LP Koh, NS Sodhi
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1670), 3037-3045, 2009
3482009
Modern insect extinctions, the neglected majority
RR Dunn
Conservation biology 19 (4), 1030-1036, 2005
3412005
The biogeography of prediction error: why does the introduced range of the fire ant over‐predict its native range?
MC Fitzpatrick, JF Weltzin, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn
Global Ecology and Biogeography 16 (1), 24-33, 2007
3332007
The pigeon paradox: dependence of global conservation on urban nature
RR Dunn, MC Gavin, MC Sanchez, JN Solomon
Conservation biology 20 (6), 1814-1816, 2006
2602006
What drives elevational patterns of diversity? A test of geometric constraints, climate and species pool effects for pteridophytes on an elevational gradient in Costa Rica
J Kluge, M Kessler, RR Dunn
Global Ecology and Biogeography 15 (4), 358-371, 2006
2602006
Temperature, but not productivity or geometry, predicts elevational diversity gradients in ants across spatial grains
NJ Sanders, JP Lessard, MC Fitzpatrick, RR Dunn
Global Ecology and Biogeography 16 (5), 640-649, 2007
2442007
Patterns and causes of species richness: a general simulation model for macroecology
NJ Gotelli, MJ Anderson, HT Arita, A Chao, RK Colwell, SR Connolly, ...
Ecology letters 12 (9), 873-886, 2009
2292009
Climate change, plant migration, and range collapse in a global biodiversity hotspot: the Banksia (Proteaceae) of Western Australia
MC Fitzpatrick, AD Gove, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn
Global Change Biology 14 (6), 1337-1352, 2008
2222008
Climatic drivers of hemispheric asymmetry in global patterns of ant species richness
RR Dunn, D Agosti, AN Andersen, X Arnan, CA Bruhl, X Cerdá, ...
Ecology letters 12 (4), 324-333, 2009
2192009
Home life: factors structuring the bacterial diversity found within and between homes
RR Dunn, N Fierer, JB Henley, JW Leff, HL Menninger
PloS one 8 (5), e64133, 2013
2012013
Temporal variability is a personalized feature of the human microbiome
GE Flores, JG Caporaso, JB Henley, JR Rideout, D Domogala, J Chase, ...
Genome biology 15 (12), 531, 2014
1932014
The sudden emergence of pathogenicity in insect–fungus symbioses threatens naive forest ecosystems
J Hulcr, RR Dunn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1720), 2866-2873, 2011
1862011
Convergent evolution of seed dispersal by ants, and phylogeny and biogeography in flowering plants: a global survey
S Lengyel, AD Gove, AM Latimer, JD Majer, RR Dunn
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (1), 43-55, 2010
1832010
Global drivers of human pathogen richness and prevalence
RR Dunn, TJ Davies, NC Harris, MC Gavin
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2587-2595, 2010
1792010
Continental-scale distributions of dust-associated bacteria and fungi
A Barberán, J Ladau, JW Leff, KS Pollard, HL Menninger, RR Dunn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (18), 5756-5761, 2015
1632015
Elevational gradients in phylogenetic structure of ant communities reveal the interplay of biotic and abiotic constraints on diversity
A Machac, M Janda, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders
Ecography 34 (3), 364-371, 2011
1602011
Counting ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): biodiversity sampling and statistical analysis for myrmecologists
NJ Gotelli, AM Ellison, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders
Myrmecological news, 2011
1572011
Ants sow the seeds of global diversification in flowering plants
S Lengyel, AD Gove, AM Latimer, JD Majer, RR Dunn
PLoS One 4 (5), e5480, 2009
1522009
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