T. Michael Anderson
T. Michael Anderson
Wake Forest University, Professor of Biology
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On the specification of structural equation models for ecological systems
JB Grace, TM Anderson, H Olff, SM Scheiner
Ecological monographs 80 (1), 67-87, 2010
Herbivores and nutrients control grassland plant diversity via light limitation
ET Borer, EW Seabloom, DS Gruner, WS Harpole, H Hillebrand, EM Lind, ...
Nature 508 (7497), 517-520, 2014
Integrative modelling reveals mechanisms linking productivity and plant species richness
JB Grace, TM Anderson, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, PB Adler, WS Harpole, ...
Nature 529 (7586), 390-393, 2016
Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness
PB Adler, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, H Hillebrand, Y Hautier, A Hector, ...
science 333 (6050), 1750-1753, 2011
Savanna vegetation-fire-climate relationships differ among continents
CER Lehmann, TM Anderson, M Sankaran, SI Higgins, S Archibald, ...
Science 343 (6170), 548-552, 2014
Does species diversity limit productivity in natural grassland communities?
JB Grace, T Michael Anderson, MD Smith, E Seabloom, SJ Andelman, ...
Ecology letters 10 (8), 680-689, 2007
When is a ‘forest’a savanna, and why does it matter?
J Ratnam, WJ Bond, RJ Fensham, WA Hoffmann, S Archibald, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (5), 653-660, 2011
Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
JW Veldman, JC Aleman, ST Alvarado, TM Anderson, S Archibald, ...
Science 366 (6463), eaay7976, 2019
The priority of prediction in ecological understanding
JE Houlahan, ST McKinney, TM Anderson, BJ McGill
Oikos 126 (1), 1-7, 2017
Predator‐induced life history changes in amphibians: egg predation induces hatching
DP Chivers, JM Kiesecker, A Marco, J Devito, MT Anderson, AR Blaustein
Oikos 92 (1), 135-142, 2001
Change in dominance determines herbivore effects on plant biodiversity
SE Koerner, MD Smith, DE Burkepile, NP Hanan, ML Avolio, SL Collins, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (12), 1925-1932, 2018
Plant species’ origin predicts dominance and response to nutrient enrichment and herbivores in global grasslands
EW Seabloom, ET Borer, YM Buckley, EE Cleland, KF Davies, J Firn, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 7710, 2015
Landscape‐scale analyses suggest both nutrient and antipredator advantages to Serengeti herbivore hotspots
TM Anderson, JGC Hopcraft, S Eby, M Ritchie, JB Grace, H Olff
Ecology 91 (5), 1519-1529, 2010
The spatial distribution of vegetation types in the Serengeti ecosystem: the influence of rainfall and topographic relief on vegetation patch characteristics
DN Reed, TM Anderson, J Dempewolf, K Metzger, S Serneels
Journal of Biogeography 36 (4), 770-782, 2009
Body size and the division of niche space: food and predation differentially shape the distribution of Serengeti grazers
JGC Hopcraft, TM Anderson, S Pérez‐Vila, E Mayemba, H Olff
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (1), 201-213, 2012
Forage nutritive quality in the Serengeti ecosystem: the roles of fire and herbivory
TM Anderson, ME Ritchie, E Mayemba, S Eby, JB Grace, SJ McNaughton
The American Naturalist 170 (3), 343-357, 2007
Rainfall and soils modify plant community response to grazing in Serengeti National Park
TM Anderson, ME Ritchie, SJ McNaughton
Ecology 88 (5), 1191-1201, 2007
Identification of a disturbance signal in larval red-legged frogs, Rana aurora
JM Kiesecker, DP Chivers, A Marco, C Quilchano, MT Anderson, ...
Animal Behaviour 57 (6), 1295-1300, 1999
Road will ruin Serengeti
AP Dobson, M Borner, ARE Sinclair, PJ Hudson, TM Anderson, ...
Nature 467 (7313), 272-273, 2010
The effect of fire on habitat selection of mammalian herbivores: the role of body size and vegetation characteristics
SL Eby, TM Anderson, EP Mayemba, ME Ritchie
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (5), 1196-1205, 2014
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