James B. McGraw mainly focuses on Ecology, Ecotype, Botany, Natural selection and Adaptation. His work in Competition, Interspecific competition, Biomass, Eriophorum vaginatum and Alpine plant is related to Ecology. James B. McGraw has included themes like Fellfield and Dryas octopetala in his Ecotype study.
His Botany research includes themes of Population size and Small population size. Natural selection is a subfield of Selection that James B. McGraw tackles. His Selection research incorporates themes from Fitness landscape and Genetic variation.
James B. McGraw focuses on Ecology, Botany, American ginseng, Understory and Agronomy. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Population growth. His Botany study which covers Eriophorum vaginatum that intersects with Phenotypic plasticity, Tiller, Tussock and Transplanting.
In his research, Seed dispersal, Biological dispersal, Remote sensing and Multispectral image is intimately related to Deciduous, which falls under the overarching field of Understory. His study in Agronomy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intraspecific competition and Introduced species. His Dryas octopetala research incorporates elements of Natural selection and Fellfield.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Understory, American ginseng, Botany and Climate change. James B. McGraw combines topics linked to Population growth with his work on Ecology. His research in Understory intersects with topics in Herbivore and Forest dynamics.
Habitat and Indicator species is closely connected to Agronomy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Botany. The Deciduous study which covers Seed dispersal that intersects with Wood thrush and Perennial plant. In Phenotypic plasticity, James B. McGraw works on issues like Fellfield, which are connected to Dryas octopetala.
James B. McGraw spends much of his time researching Ecology, Adaptation, Local adaptation, Climate change and Range. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Population growth. His Population growth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tiller, Biological dispersal and Ecosystem.
James B. McGraw combines subjects such as Biodiversity, Population size and Extinction with his study of Local adaptation. The concepts of his Ecotype study are interwoven with issues in Eriophorum vaginatum, Fellfield, Dryas octopetala and Phenotypic plasticity. His studies in Understory integrate themes in fields like CITES, Flora, Herbivore and Deciduous.
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ESTIMATION OF INDIVIDUAL FITNESS FROM LIFE-HISTORY DATA
The American Naturalist (1996)
A Comparison of Multispectral and Multitemporal Information in High Spatial Resolution Imagery for Classification of Individual Tree Species in a Temperate Hardwood Forest
Remote Sensing of Environment (2001)
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. I. Ecotypic differentiation and life-cycle stages of selection.
Journal of Ecology (1983)
Plant Competition in Relation to Neighbor Biomass : An Intercontinental Study with POA Pratensis
R.J. Reader;S.D. Wilson;J.W. Belcher;I. Wisheu.
Deer Browsing and Population Viability of a Forest Understory Plant
Natural Selection and Ecotypic Differentiation in Impatiens Pallida
Ecological Monographs (1995)
Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes : IV. Fitness response to reciprocal transplanting in ecotypes with differing plasticity.
Experimental Demonstration of an Allee Effect in American Ginseng
Conservation Biology (2001)
Competitive Ability and Adaptation to Fertile and Infertile Soils in Two Eriophorum Species
Seed-bank properties of an Appalachian sphagnum bog and a model of the depth distribution of viable seeds
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