Publications by unit members
Terry, CD, Armitage DW (in review) Widespread analytical pitfalls in empirical coexistence studies and a checklist for improving their statistical robustness. bioRxiv.
Ross SRP-J, Friedman NR, Dudley KL, Yoshita T, Yoshimura M, Economo EP, Armitage DW, Donohue I (in revision) Habitat degradation homogenizes ecological respones to typhoons across a subtropical island. bioRxiv.
Armitage DW (in revision) To remain modern, the coexistence programme requires modern statistical rigour. bioRxiv.
Dong T, Lin Y, Yang YQ, Lu SY, Wang L, Li DF, Zhong ND, Huang QX, Donald ML, Armitage DW, Wang Q. (in revision) Warming driven shifts in floral traits cause female-biased functional mismatch in bumblebee-pollinated Impatiens oxyanthera. Draft available on request.
Armitage DW, Carter ME, Choudhury RA, Remus-Emsermann MNP, Morris CE, Leveau JH, Kinkel LL, Dundore-Arias JP. (2023). Predictive ecology and management of phyllosphere microbial communities through cross-scale synthesis. Phytobiomes. Open access link
Ross SRP-J, Petchey OL, Sasaki T, Armitage DW (2023) How to measure response diversity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 14: 1150-1167. Open access link
Ross SRP-J, O'Connell DP, Deichmann JL, Desjonqueres C, Gasc A, Phillips JN, Sethi SS, Burivalova Z.(2023) Passive acoustic monitoring provies a fresh perspective on fundamental ecological questions. Functional Ecology 37: 959-975. Open access link
Liu J, Xu G, Yin L, Xu X, Armitage DW, and Dong T (2020) Invasive plants exert disproportionately negative allelopathic effects on the growth and physiology of the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Science of the Total Environment 747:141534. PDF
Bertolet BL, West WE, Armitage DW, Jones SE (2019) Organic matter supply and bacterial community composition predict methanogenesis rates in temperate lake sediments. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 4: 164-172. PDF
Milton K, Armitage DW, Sousa WP (2019) Successional loss of two key food tree species best explains decline in group size of Panamanian howler monkeys. Biotropica 51: 600-614. PDF
Monson TA, Armitage DW, Hlusko LJ (2018) Using machine learning to classify extant apes and interpret the dental morphology of the chimpanzee-human last common ancestor. PaleoBios 35: 1-20. PDF
Thompson LR, et al., Gilbert JA, and Knight R, and EMP Consortium (including Armitage DW) (2017). A communal catalogue reveals Earth's multiscale microbial diversity. Nature 551: 457-463. PDF
Armitage DW (2016) Bacteria facilitate prey capture by the pitcher plant Darlingtonia californica. Biology Letters. 12: 20160577. PDF
Armitage DW (2016) Time-variant species pools shape competitive dynamics and diversity-ecosystem function relationships. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20161437. PDF
Armitage DW (2016) The cobra's tongue: rethinking the function of the "fishtail" appendage on Darlingtonia californica. American Journal of Botany 103: 780-785. PDF
Armitage DW (2015) Experimental evidence for a time-integrated effect of productivity on diversity. Ecology Letters 18: 1216–1225. PDF
Doll HM, Armitage DW, Daly RA, Emerson JB, Goltsman DSA, Yelton A, Kerekes J, Firestone MK, Potts MD (2013) Utilizing novel diversity estimators to quantify multiple dimensions of microbial biodiversity across domains . BMC Microbiology 3:293. PDF
Armitage DW, Gallagher KG, Youngblut ND, Buckley DH, Zinder SH (2012) Millimeter-scale patterns of phylogenetic and trait diversity in a salt marsh microbial mat. Frontiers in Microbiology 3:293. PDF
Armitage DW, Ober HK (2012) The effects of prescribed fire on bat communities in the longleaf pine-sandhills ecosystem. Journal of Mammalogy 93:102-114. PDF
Armitage DW, Ober HK (2010) A comparison of supervised learning algorithms in the classification of bat echolocation calls. Ecological Informatics 5:465-473. PDF
Callis KL, Christ LR, Resasco J, Armitage DW, Ash JD, Caughlin TT, Clemmensen SF, Copeland SM, Fullman TJ, Lynch RL, Olson C, Pruner RA, Vieira-Neto EHM, West-Singh R, and Bruna EM (2009) Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibitlity. Trends in Ecol. & Evol. 24:177-178. PDF