|Plants, pollen, and people||
Katz, D.S.W. and I. Ibáñez. 2016. Differences in biotic interactions across range edges have only minor effects on plant performance. In press: Journal of Ecology.
Katz, D.S.W. and I. Ibáñez. 2016. Distance dependent escape from natural enemies within plant species distributions explains differences in biotic interactions across range edges. Ecology 97.9: 2331-2341.
Katz, D.S.W. 2016. The impact of invertebrate herbivores on plant population growth: a quantitative review. Oecologia 182.1: 43-53.
Katz, D.S.W. and I. Ibáñez. 2016. Biotic interactions with natural enemies do not affect potential range expansion of two invasive plants in response to climate change. Biological Invasions 18: 3351-3363.
Katz, D.S.W. and T.S. Carey. 2014. Heterogeneity in ragweed pollen exposure is determined by local and neighborhood plant composition. Science of the Total Environment 485: 435-440.
Katz, D.S.W., B. Connor-Barrie, and T.S. Carey. 2014. Urban ragweed populations in vacant lots: An ecological perspective on management. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 13: 756-760.
I. Ibáñez, Katz, D.S.W., B. Connor-Barrie, S. Wolf, D. Peltier. 2014. Assessing the integrated effects of landscape fragmentation on plants and plant communities: the challenge of multiprocess - multiresponse dynamics. Journal of Ecology 102: 882-895.
Katz, D.S.W., G.M. Lovett, C.M. O’Reilly, and C.D. Canham. 2010. Legacies of land use diminish over 22 years in a forest in southeastern New York. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 137(2): 236-251.
I. Ibáñez, D.S.W. Katz, and B. Lee. Capitalizing on natural variability to predict tree seedling recruitment dynamics in changing environments. In review: Ecology