Prof. Dr. Tiffany Knight
- Causes and consequences of exotic plant invasions: understanding the mechanisms that explain why exotic species become invasive
- Role of human perturbations on plant-pollinator interactions and pollen limitation:causes and consequences of pollen limitation
- Restoration of degraded habitats: optimal restoration of invaded communities
- Forest Community Dynamics: drivers of forest compositional change in diverse ecosystems
Co-operations / Projects
Synthesis of global patterns of pollen limitation (sPlat)
CO-PIs: Tia-Lynn Ashman and Janette Steets
Phylogenetic novelty and plant invasions
University of Missouri in St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Dynamics of Metrosideros polymorpha forests in Hawaii
University of Hawaii, USA
Department of Botany
Botanical Society of America
Ecological Society of America
2017Schuler, M. S., J. M. Chase and T. M. Knight. 2017. Habitat patch size alters the importance of dispersal for species diversity in an experimental freshwater community. Ecology and Evolution 7 (15): 5774-5783.
Schuler, M. S., J. M. Chase and T. M. Knight. 2017. Habitat size modulates the influence of heterogeneity on species richness patterns in a model zooplankton community. Ecology 98 (6): 1651–1659.
Vitt, P., T.M. Knight, M. Schutzenhofer, W. Kleiman, K. Havens and T. Bittner. 2017. Experimental Grazing and Grass-Specific Herbicide Application Benefit Rare Forb Recruitment. Natural Areas Journal 37(2): 161–169.
Pardini, E.A., M.V. Patten and T.M. Knight. 2017. Effects of seed density and proximity to refuge habitat on seed predation rates for a rare and a common Lupinus species. American Journal of Botany 104 (3 ): 389–398.
2016Crawford, K.M. and T.M. Knight. 2016. Competition overwhelms the positive plant-soil feedback generated by an invasive plant. Oecologia 183 (1): 211–220.
Bernardo H.L., M.A. Albrecht, and T.M. Knight. 2016. Increased drought frequency alters the optimal management strategy of an endangered plant. Biological Conservation 203: 243–251.
Guthrie, S.J., R.M. Crandall, and T.M. Knight. 2016. Fire indirectly benefits fitness in two invasive species. Biological Invasions 18: 1265-1273.
2015 and older