Publications

Estrada‐Villegas, S., M. Bailón, J. S. Hall, S. A. Schnitzer, B. L. Turner, T. Caughlin, and M. van Breugel (In Press). Edaphic factors and initial conditions influence successional trajectories of early regenerating tropical dry forests. Journal of Ecology.

Caughlin, T. T., E. I. Damschen, N. M. Haddad, D. J. Levey, C. Warneke, and L. A. Brudvig (2019). Landscape heterogeneity is key to forecasting outcomes of plant reintroduction. Ecological Applications 29:e01850.

Caughlin, T. T., M. de la Peña‐Domene, and C. Martínez‐Garza (2019). Demographic costs and benefits of natural regeneration during tropical forest restoration. Ecology Letters 22:34–44.

Hunte, N., A. Roopsind, A. A. Ansari, and T. Caughlin (2019). Colonial history impacts urban tree species distribution in a tropical city. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 41:313–322.

Requena-Mullor, J. M., K. C. Maguire, D. J. Shinneman, and T. Caughlin (2019). Integrating anthropogenic factors into regional-scale species distribution models-A novel application in the imperiled sagebrush biome. Global Change Biology 00:15.

Forbey, J. S., R. Liu, T. T. Caughlin, M. D. Matocq, J. A. Vucetich, K. D. Kohl, M. Dearing, and A. M. Felton (2018). Review: Using physiologically based models to predict population responses to phytochemicals by wild vertebrate herbivores. animal 12:s383–s398.

Graves, S. J., T. T. Caughlin, G. P. Asner, and S. A. Bohlman (2018b). A tree-based approach to biomass estimation from remote sensing data in a tropical agricultural landscape. Remote Sensing of Environment 218:32–43.

Roopsind, A., T. T. Caughlin, P. van der Hout, E. Arets, and F. E. Putz (2018). Trade-offs between carbon stocks and timber recovery in tropical forests are mediated by logging intensity. Global Change Biology 24:2862–2874.

Tarbox, B. C., C. Fiestas, and T. T. Caughlin (2018). Divergent rates of change between tree cover types in a tropical pastoral region. Landscape Ecology 33:2153–2167.

Roopsind A.R., T.T Caughlin, H. Sambhu, J. Fragoso, F.E. Putz (2017). Logging and indigenous hunting impacts on the persistence of large neotropical animals. Biotropica 49: 565-575.

Wilson, C.C., T.T. Caughlin, S.W. Rifai, E,H. Boughton, M.C. Mack, L.S. Flory (2017). Long time series of remotely sensed vegetation improves prediction of soil carbon stock in a subtropical grassland. Ecological Applications 27: 1646-1656.

Brudvig L.A., R.S. Barak, J.T. Bauer, T.T. Caughlin, et al (2017). Interpreting variation to advance predictive restoration science. Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 1018:1027.

Caughlin T.T., S.W. Rifai, S.J. Graves, G.P. Asner, S.A. Bohlman. Landsat-LiDAR
integration reveals widespread forest regrowth in a tropical agricultural landscape. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 2:190-203.

Caughlin T.T., S.J. Graves, G.P. Asner, M. van Breugel, J.S. Hal, R.E. Martin, M.S.
Ashton, S.A. Bohlman. A single hyperspectral aerial image can accurately predict growth rates of tropical tree species in single-species stands. Ecological Applications 26:2367-2373.

Caughlin T.T., S. Elliott, J.W. Lichstein. When does seed limitation matter for scaling
up reforestation from patches to landscapes? Ecological Applications 26:2437-2448.

Levey D.J., T.T. Caughlin, L.A. Brudvig, N.M. Haddad, E.I. Damschen, J.J. Tewksbury,
D.M. Evans (2016). Disentangling fragmentation effects on herbivory in understory plants of longleaf pine savanna. Ecology 97:2248-2258.

Caughlin T.T., Ferguson J.M., Lichstein J.W., Zuidema P.A., Levey, D.J., Bunyajvechewin S. Loss of animal seed dispersal increases extinction risk in a tropical tree species due to pervasive negative density dependence across life stages.In press, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Wilson C., Caughlin T.T., Civitello D.J., Flory L.S. Combining mesocosm and field experiments to predict invasive plant performance: A hierarchical Bayesian approach. In press, Ecology.

Caughlin, T.T., J.M. Feguson, J.W. Lichstein, S. Bunyavejchewin, and D.J. Levey. 2014. The importance of long-distance seed dispersal for the demography and distribution of a canopy tree species. Ecology 95:952-962.

Caughlin T.T., Wheeler J.H., Jankowski J.J., Lichstein J.W. 2012. Urbanized landscapes increase invasive but not native strangler fig abundance. Ecologydoi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-1694.1

Caughlin T.T., Ganesh T., Lowman M.D. 2012. Sacred fig trees promote frugivore visitation and tree seedling abundance in South India. Current Science 102:1-6.

Caughlin T.T.,  Ruktanonchai N., Acevedo M.A., Lopiano K., Prosper O., Eagle N., Tatem A.J. Geographic context predicts community membership in a mobile phone communication network. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56057. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056057.

Callis, K. L. Christ L.R., Resasco J., Armitage D. W., Ash J. D., T. T. Caughlin, et al. 2009. Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24:177–179. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2009.01.003.

Chanthorn, W., T. Caughlin, S. Dechkla, and W. Y. Brockelman. 2013. The Relative Importance of Fungal Infection, Conspecific Density and Environmental Heterogeneity for Seedling Survival in a Dominant Tropical Tree. Biotropica 45:587–593.