|Warming experiments underpredict plant phenological responses to climate change|
EM Wolkovich, BI Cook, JM Allen, TM Crimmins, JL Betancourt, ...
Nature 485 (7399), 494-497, 2012
|Phenological tracking enables positive species responses to climate change|
EE Cleland, JM Allen, TM Crimmins, JA Dunne, S Pau, SE Travers, ...
Ecology 93 (8), 1765-1771, 2012
|Statistical downscaling and bias correction of climate model outputs for climate change impact assessment in the US northeast|
KF Ahmed, G Wang, J Silander, AM Wilson, JM Allen, R Horton, R Anyah
Global and Planetary Change 100, 320-332, 2013
|Global shifts in the phenological synchrony of species interactions over recent decades|
HM Kharouba, J Ehrlén, A Gelman, K Bolmgren, JM Allen, SE Travers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (20), 5211-5216, 2018
|Phylogenetic conservatism in plant phenology|
TJ Davies, EM Wolkovich, NJB Kraft, N Salamin, JM Allen, TR Ault, ...
Journal of ecology 101 (6), 1520-1530, 2013
|Identifying hotspots for plant invasions and forecasting focal points of further spread|
I Ibanez, JA Silander Jr, JM Allen, SA Treanor, A Wilson
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (6), 1219-1228, 2009
|Sensitivity of spring phenology to warming across temporal and spatial climate gradients in two independent databases|
BI Cook, EM Wolkovich, TJ Davies, TR Ault, JL Betancourt, JM Allen, ...
Ecosystems 15 (8), 1283-1294, 2012
|Out of the weeds? Reduced plant invasion risk with climate change in the continental United States|
JM Allen, BA Bradley
Biological Conservation 203, 306-312, 2016
|Climate change both facilitates and inhibits invasive plant ranges in New England|
C Merow, ST Bois, JM Allen, Y Xie, JA Silander
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (16), E3276-E3284, 2017
|Disentangling the abundance–impact relationship for invasive species|
BA Bradley, BB Laginhas, R Whitlock, JM Allen, AE Bates, G Bernatchez, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (20), 9919-9924, 2019
|Improving niche and range estimates with Maxent and point process models by integrating spatially explicit information|
C Merow, JM Allen, M Aiello‐Lammens, JA Silander Jr
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (8), 1022-1036, 2016
|Analysis and prediction of land use changes related to invasive species and major driving forces in the state of Connecticut|
W Wang, C Zhang, JM Allen, W Li, MA Boyer, K Segerson, JA Silander
Land 5 (3), 25, 2016
|Incorporating climate change into invasive species management: insights from managers|
EM Beaury, EJ Fusco, MR Jackson, BB Laginhas, TL Morelli, JM Allen, ...
Biological Invasions 22 (2), 233-252, 2020
|Plants' native distributions do not reflect climatic tolerance|
T Bocsi, JM Allen, J Bellemare, J Kartesz, M Nishino, BA Bradley
Diversity and Distributions 22 (6), 615-624, 2016
|Spatial regression modeling for compositional data with many zeros|
TJ Leininger, AE Gelfand, JM Allen, JA Silander
Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 18 (3 …, 2013
|Socioeconomics drive woody invasive plant richness in New England, USA through forest fragmentation|
JM Allen, TJ Leininger, JD Hurd, DL Civco, AE Gelfand, JA Silander
Landscape ecology 28 (9), 1671-1686, 2013
|Adjusting the lens of invasion biology to focus on the impacts of climate-driven range shifts|
PD Wallingford, TL Morelli, JM Allen, EM Beaury, DM Blumenthal, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (5), 398-405, 2020
|Green-up of deciduous forest communities of northeastern North America in response to climate variation and climate change|
Y Xie, KF Ahmed, JM Allen, AM Wilson, JA Silander
Landscape ecology 30 (1), 109-123, 2015
|Modeling daily flowering probabilities: expected impact of climate change on Japanese cherry phenology|
JM Allen, MA Terres, T Katsuki, K Iwamoto, H Kobori, H Higuchi, ...
Global change biology 20 (4), 1251-1263, 2014
|Invasive species risk assessments need more consistent spatial abundance data|
BA Bradley, JM Allen, MW O'Neill, RD Wallace, CT Bargeron, JA Richburg, ...
Ecosphere 9 (7), e02302, 2018