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Global shifts towards positive species interactions with increasing environmental stress
Q He, MD Bertness, AH Altieri
Ecology Letters 16 (5), 695-706, 2013
7152013
Extreme stresses, niches, and positive species interactions along stress gradients
Q He, MD Bertness
Ecology 95 (6), 1437-1443, 2014
2062014
Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China
Q He, MD Bertness, JF Bruno, B Li, G Chen, TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, ...
Scientific reports 4, 5995, 2014
1972014
Climate change, human impacts, and coastal ecosystems in the Anthropocene
Q He, BR Silliman
Current Biology 29 (19), R1021-R1035, 2019
1832019
Facilitation shifts paradigms and can amplify coastal restoration efforts
BR Silliman, E Schrack, Q He, R Cope, A Santoni, T van der Heide, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (46), 14295-14300, 2015
1822015
China’s Coastal Wetlands: Understanding Environmental Changes and Human Impacts for Management and Conservation
B Cui, Q He, B Gu, J Bai, X Liu
Wetlands 36 (1), 1-9, 2016
1022016
Secondary foundation species enhance biodiversity
MS Thomsen, AH Altieri, C Angelini, MJ Bishop, PE Gribben, G Lear, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (4), 634-639, 2018
852018
Consumer control as a common driver of coastal vegetation worldwide
Q He, BR Silliman
Ecological Monographs 86 (3), 278-294, 2016
712016
Community structure and abiotic determinants of salt marsh plant zonation vary across topographic gradients
BS Cui, Q He, Y An
Estuaries and Coasts 34 (3), 459-469, 2011
682011
Testing the importance of plant strategies on facilitation using congeners in a coastal community
Q He, B Cui, MD Bertness, Y An
Ecology 93 (9), 2023-2029, 2012
672012
Harnessing Positive Species Interactions to Enhance Coastal Wetland Restoration
JJ Renzi, Q He, BR Silliman
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 131, 2019
662019
Herbivory drives zonation of stress-tolerant marsh plants
Q He, AH Altieri, B Cui
Ecology 96 (5), 1318-1328, 2015
632015
Natural enemies govern ecosystem resilience in the face of extreme droughts
Q He, BR Silliman, Z Liu, B Cui
Ecology letters 20 (2), 194-201, 2017
592017
Biogeographic consequences of nutrient enrichment for plant–herbivore interactions in coastal wetlands
Q He, BR Silliman
Ecology letters 18 (5), 462-471, 2015
462015
What confines an annual plant to two separate zones along coastal topographic gradients?
Q He, B Cui, Y Cai, J Deng, T Sun, Z Yang
Hydrobiologia 630 (1), 327-340, 2009
462009
Are the ghosts of nature’s past haunting ecology today?
BR Silliman, BB Hughes, LC Gaskins, Q He, MT Tinker, A Read, J Nifong, ...
Current Biology 28 (9), R532-R537, 2018
442018
Shifting paradigms in coastal restoration: Six decades' lessons from China
Z Liu, B Cui, Q He
Science of The Total Environment 566, 205-214, 2016
402016
Physical stress, consumer control, and new theory in ecology
BR Silliman, Q He
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (7), 492-503, 2018
382018
Spartina alterniflora invasions and effects on crab communities in a western Pacific estuary
B Cui, Q He, Y An
Ecological Engineering 37 (11), 1920-1924, 2011
352011
Field experiments and meta-analysis reveal wetland vegetation as a crucial element in the coastal protection paradigm
BR Silliman, Q He, C Angelini, CS Smith, ML Kirwan, P Daleo, JJ Renzi, ...
Current Biology 29 (11), 1800-1806. e3, 2019
342019
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