Brandon S. Schamp
Brandon S. Schamp
Associate Professor of Biology, Algoma University
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A global meta‐analysis of the relative extent of intraspecific trait variation in plant communities
A Siefert, C Violle, L Chalmandrier, CH Albert, A Taudiere, A Fajardo, ...
Ecology letters 18 (12), 1406-1419, 2015
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Rüger, ...
Nature 562 (7725), 57-62, 2018
Competitive intransitivity promotes species coexistence
RA Laird, BS Schamp
The American Naturalist 168 (2), 182-193, 2006
Multiple facets of biodiversity drive the diversity–stability relationship
D Craven, N Eisenhauer, WD Pearse, Y Hautier, F Isbell, C Roscher, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (10), 1579-1587, 2018
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
Why are there so many small plants? Implications for species coexistence
LW Aarssen, BS Schamp, J Pither
Journal of Ecology 94 (3), 569-580, 2006
Dispersion of traits related to competitive ability in an old‐field plant community
BS Schamp, J Chau, LW Aarssen
Journal of Ecology 96 (1), 204-212, 2008
Does local competition increase the coexistence of species in intransitive networks
RA Laird, BS Schamp
Ecology 89 (1), 237-247, 2008
Within-and among-species variation in specific leaf area drive community assembly in a tropical cloud forest
W Long, R Zang, BS Schamp, Y Ding
Oecologia 167 (4), 1103-1113, 2011
The assembly of forest communities according to maximum species height along resource and disturbance gradients
BS Schamp, LW Aarssen
Oikos 118 (4), 564-572, 2009
Predicting distributions of species richness and species size in regional floras: applying the species pool hypothesis to the habitat templet model
LW Aarssen, BS Schamp
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 5 (1), 3-12, 2002
Habitat filtering determines the functional niche occupancy of plant communities worldwide
Y Li, B Shipley, JN Price, VL Dantas, R Tamme, M Westoby, A Siefert, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (3), 1001-1009, 2018
Deterministic assembly of land snail communities according to species size and diet
B Schamp, M Horsák, M Hájek
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (4), 803-810, 2010
Species coexistence, intransitivity, and topological variation in competitive tournaments
RA Laird, BS Schamp
Journal of Theoretical Biology 256 (1), 90-95, 2009
Testing the species pool hypothesis for mire vegetation: exploring the influence of pH specialists and habitat history
M Hájek, L Tichý, BS Schamp, D Zelený, J Roleček, P Hájková, ...
Oikos 116 (8), 1311-1322, 2007
Traditional plant functional groups explain variation in economic but not size‐related traits across the tundra biome
HJD Thomas, IH Myers‐Smith, AD Bjorkman, SC Elmendorf, D Blok, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 28 (2), 78-95, 2019
Global plant trait relationships extend to the climatic extremes of the tundra biome
HJD Thomas, AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, J Kattge, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-12, 2020
Fewer species because of uncommon habitat? Testing the species pool hypothesis for low plant species richness in highly productive habitats
BS Schamp, RA Laird, LW Aarssen
Oikos 97 (1), 145-152, 2002
Evidence of deterministic assembly according to flowering time in an old‐field plant community
SK Dante, BS Schamp, LW Aarssen
Functional Ecology 27 (2), 555-564, 2013
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