Google Scholar Profile: click here, Impact Story Profile: click here, Figshare Profile: click here

Publication List

Dinnage, R. (2013). Phylogenetic diversity of plants alters the effect of species richness on invertebrate herbivory. PeerJ, 1, e93.*
Dinnage, R., Cadotte, M. W., Haddad, N. M., Crutsinger, G. M., & Tilman, D. (2012). Diversity of plant evolutionary lineages promotes arthropod diversity. Ecology Letters, 15(11), 1308-1317. PDF
Cadotte, M. W., Dinnage, R., & Tilman, D. (2012). Phylogenetic diversity promotes ecosystem stability. Ecology, 93(sp8), S223-S233.*
Dinnage, R. (2009). Disturbance alters the phylogenetic composition and structure of plant communities in an old field system. PloS one, 4(9), e7071.*
Abrams, P. A., Rueffler, C., & Dinnage, R. (2008). Competition‐similarity relationships and the nonlinearity of competitive effects in consumer‐resource systems. The American Naturalist, 172(4), 463-474.*
Johnson, M. T., Dinnage, R., Zhou, A. Y., & Hunter, M. D. (2008). Environmental variation has stronger effects than plant genotype on competition among plant species. Journal of Ecology, 96(5), 947-955.

*Self-Archived PDFs