PUBLICATIONS

2021

Lee, B.R. and Ibáñez, I. 2021. Improved phenological escape can help temperate tree seedlings maintain demographic performance under climate change conditions. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.15678

Lee, B.R. and Ibáñez, I. 2021. Spring phenological escape is critical for the survival of temperate tree seedlings. Functional Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13821

Liu, R.-L., Yang, Y.-B., Lee, B.R., Liu, G., Zhang, W.-G., Chen, X.-Y., Song, X.-J., Kang, J.-Q., and Zhu, Z.-H. 2021. The dispersal-related traits of an invasive plant Galinsoga quadriradiata correlate with elevation during range expansion into mountain ranges. AoB PLANTS. DOI: 10.1093/aobpla/plab008

2019

Ibáñez, I., Juno, E., Schaffer-Morrison, S., Tourville, J., Lee, B.R., Karounos, C., McCollum, C., and Acharya, V.K. 2019. Forest resilience under global environmental change: Do we have the information we need? A systematic review. PLoS One 14: e0222207. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0222207.

2017

Ibáñez, I., Katz, D.S.W., Lee, B.R. 2017. The contrasting effects of short-term climate change on the early recruitment of tree species. Oecologia 184: 701-713.

Ettinger, A.K., Lee, B.R., and Montgomery, S. 2017. Seed limitation and lack of downed wood, not invasive species, threaten conifer regeneration in an urban forest. Urban Ecosystems 20: 877-887. DOI: 10.1007/s11252-016-0640-3.

Lee, B.R. and Ibáñez, I. In review. Temperate tree seedlings have similar drought vulnerability despite having different hydraulic drought responses in adults.