Publications

 
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(4) Palmquist, KA, JB Bradford, TE Martyn, DR Schlaepfer, and WK Lauenroth. STEPWAT2 - an individual-based model for exploring the impact of climate and disturbance on dryland plant communities. Ecosphere. In Press.

 

(3) Martyn, TE, JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer, WK Lauenroth, IC Burke. 2016. Seed bank does not reflect range margin community composition. Ecosphere 7(10). DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1453.  

 

 

(2) Martyn, TE, CW Beltz, KA Palmquist, VE Pennington, CM Rottler, WK Lauenroth.2015. Daubenmire versus line-point intercept: A response to Thacker et al (2015). Rangelands 37(4):158-160. DOI: 10.1016/j.rala.2015.05.004

 

(1) Schlaepfer, DR, KA Taylor, VE Pennington, KN Nelson, TE Martyn, CM Rottler, WK Lauenroth, JB Bradford. 2015. Future regeneration of big sagebrush support predicted changes in habitat suitability at trailing and leading edges. Ecosphere 6(1). DOI: 10.1890/ES14-00208.1.

 

In PREPARATION

Reynolds, VA, TE Martyn, CH Bowler, SM Creer, CM Elmer, S López-Cubillos, ML Raymundo & MM Mayfield. Equitable gender ratios in biology graduate students is not upheld in publication output.

Martyn, TE, KA Palmquist, JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer, & WK Lauenroth. Future aboveground plant biomass and functional type composition support predicted changes in climatic suitability in range margin plant communities.

Presentations

(8) Martyn, TE, DB Stouffer & MM Mayfield. Ecological Society of America, New Orleans, LA, USA, Aug 2018. "The spatial dynamics of higher-order interactions: Complex interactions in Western Australian annual plant communities." (oral presentation)

(7) Reynolds, VA, TE Martyn, CH Bowler, SM Creer, CM Elmer, S Lopez-Cubillos, ML Raymundo, & MM Mayfield. Ecological Society of America, New Orleans, LA, USA, Aug 2018. "Equitable gedner ratios in biology graduate students is not upheld in publication output." (oral presentation) - presented by VA Reynolds.

(6) Martyn, TE, DB Stouffer & MM Mayfield. Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society, 77th Annual Meeting, Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia, Nov 2017. “The importance of neighbour identity in modelling higher-order interactions in annual plant communities.” (oral presentation)

(5) Martyn, TE, VA Reynolds, & ML Raymundo. Council of the Shire of Perenjori, Perenjori, WA, Australia, Sept 2017. “Research of the Mayfield Plant Community Ecology Lab in Western Australia.” (oral presentation) Invited by the Shire to present on the research that the Mayfield Lab performs in the region. Co-presented by TE Martyn and VA Reynolds.

(4) Mayfield, MM, DB Stouffer, & TM Martyn. Ecological Society of America, 100th Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, USA, Aug 2017 “The importance of species identity and functional traits for the outcomes of higher-order interactions” (oral presentation) – presented by MM Mayfield.

(3) Martyn, TE, JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer, & WK Lauenroth. Ecological Society of America, 100th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, USA, Aug 2015. “Seed bank and existing plant community mismatch: Potential impacts on climate change induced species range shifts.” (Poster)

(2) Martyn, TE. North Central Climate Science Center - Open Science Conference, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA, May 2015. “Past trends in snow accumulation in the Rocky Mountain US and implications of future decreasing snow accumulation on the big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) distribution.” (oral presentation)

(1) Martyn, TE, JB Bradford, DR Schlaepfer & WK Lauenroth. Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA, Feb 2015. “Seed bank and existing plant community mismatch: Potential impacts on climate change induced species range shifts.” (oral presentation)