Adam Thomas Clark
Adam Thomas Clark
Assistant Professor, University of Graz
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Spatial 'convergent cross mapping' to detect causal relationships from short time-series
AT Clark, H Ye, F Isbell, ER Deyle, JM Cowles, D Tilman, G Sugihara
Ecology, 2015
Policy Implications of Models of the Spread of Coronavirus: Perspectives and Opportunities for Economists
C Avery, W Bossert, A Clark, G Ellison, SF Ellison
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
Traits linked with species invasiveness and community invasibility vary with time, stage and indicator of invasion in a long‐term grassland experiment
JA Catford, AL Smith, PD Wragg, AT Clark, M Kosmala, ...
Ecology letters 22 (4), 593-604, 2019
An attainable global vision for conservation and human well‐being
HM Tallis, PL Hawthorne, S Polasky, J Reid, MW Beck, K Brauman, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (10), 563-570, 2018
An Economist's Guide to Epidemiology Models of Infectious Disease
C Avery, W Bossert, A Clark, G Ellison, SF Ellison
Journal of Economic Perspectives 34 (4), 79-104, 2020
Deficits of biodiversity and productivity linger a century after agricultural abandonment
F Isbell, D Tilman, PB Reich, AT Clark
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (11), 1533-1538, 2019
Long-term biomass yield and species composition in native perennial bioenergy cropping systems
JM Jungers, AT Clark, K Betts, ME Mangan, CC Sheaffer, DL Wyse
Agronomy Journal 107 (5), 1627-1640, 2015
rEDM: Applications of empirical dynamic modeling from time series
H Ye, A Clark, E Deyle, S Munch, J Cai, J Cowles, Y Daon, A Edwards, ...
R package version 0.7 1, 2018
Identifying mechanisms that structure ecological communities by snapping model parameters to empirically observed tradeoffs
AT Clark, C Lehman, D Tilman
Ecology Letters, 2018
The effects of biogeography on ant diversity and activity on the Boston Harbor Islands, Massachusetts, USA
AT Clark, JJ Rykken, BD Farrell
PLOS ONE 6 (11), e28045, 2011
Contingent factors explain average divergence in functional composition over 88 years of old field succession
AT Clark, JMH Knops, D Tilman
Journal of Ecology 107, 545-558, 2019
Functional traits of tropical trees and lianas explain spatial structure across multiple scales
AT Clark, M Detto, HC Muller‐Landau, SA Schnitzer, SJ Wright, R Condit, ...
Journal of Ecology 106, 795–806, 2018
Mechanistically derived dispersal kernels explain species‐level patterns of recruitment and succession
LL Sullivan, AT Clark, D Tilman, AK Shaw
Ecology 99 (11), 2415-2420, 2018
Predicting species abundances in a grassland biodiversity experiment: Trade‐offs between model complexity and generality
AT Clark, L Ann Turnbull, A Tredennick, E Allan, WS Harpole, ...
Journal of Ecology 108, 774-787, 2020
Diversity and coexistence are influenced by time‐dependent species interactions in a predator–prey system
C Karakoç, AT Clark, A Chatzinotas
Ecology Letters 23 (6), 983-993, 2020
Scale Both Confounds and Informs Characterization of Species Coexistence in Empirical Systems
A Clark, H Hillebrand, WS Harpole
The American Naturalist 194 (6), 794-806, 2019
Linking local species coexistence to ecosystem functioning: a conceptual framework from ecological first principles in grassland ecosystems
KE Barry, H de Kroon, P Dietrich, WS Harpole, A Roeder, B Schmid, ...
Advances in Ecological Research 61, 265-296, 2019
Directed species loss reduces community productivity in a subtropical forest biodiversity experiment
Y Chen, Y Huang, PA Niklaus, N Castro-Izaguirre, AT Clark, H Bruelheide, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (4), 550-559, 2020
Sixty-Five Million Years of Change in Temperature and Topography Explain Evolutionary History in Eastern North American Plethodontid Salamanders
R Barnes, AT Clark
The American Naturalist 190 (1), E1-E12, 2017
Multispatial CCM: Multispatial Convergent Cross Mapping
A Clark
R package version 1, 2014
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