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A comprehensive framework for the evaluation of metacommunity structure
SJ Presley, CL Higgins, MR Willig
Oikos 119 (6), 908-917, 2010
3382010
Effects of large‐scale disturbance on metacommunity structure of terrestrial gastropods: temporal trends in nestedness
CP Bloch, CL Higgins, MR Willig
Oikos 116 (3), 395-406, 2007
1162007
Elements of metacommunity structure of Paraguayan bats: multiple gradients require analysis of multiple ordination axes
SJ Presley, CL Higgins, C López-González, RD Stevens
Oecologia 160, 781-793, 2009
992009
Metacommunity analysis of Mexican bats: environmentally mediated structure in an area of high geographic and environmental complexity
C López‐González, SJ Presley, A Lozano, RD Stevens, CL Higgins
Journal of Biogeography 39 (1), 177-192, 2012
752012
Tropical metacommunities along elevational gradients: effects of forest type and other environmental factors
MR Willig, SJ Presley, CP Bloch, I Castro‐Arellano, LM Cisneros, ...
Oikos 120 (10), 1497-1508, 2011
752011
Metacommunity structure in a highly fragmented forest: has deforestation in the A tlantic F orest altered historic biogeographic patterns?
NU de la Sancha, CL Higgins, SJ Presley, RE Strauss
Diversity and Distributions 20 (9), 1058-1070, 2014
722014
Ecological biogeography of Mexican bats: the relative contributions of habitat heterogeneity, beta diversity, and environmental gradients to species richness and composition …
C López‐González, SJ Presley, A Lozano, RD Stevens, CL Higgins
Ecography 38 (3), 261-272, 2015
702015
Cross-scale responses of biodiversity to hurricane and anthropogenic disturbance in a tropical forest
MR Willig, CP Bloch, N Brokaw, C Higgins, J Thompson, CR Zimmermann
Ecosystems 10, 824-838, 2007
622007
Quantifying temporal variability in the metacommunity structure of stream fishes: the influence of non-native species and environmental drivers
T Erős, P Sály, P Takács, CL Higgins, P Bíró, D Schmera
Hydrobiologia 722, 31-43, 2014
612014
The role of salinity in structuring fish assemblages in a prairie stream system
CL Higgins, GR Wilde
Hydrobiologia 549, 197-203, 2005
592005
A complex metacommunity structure for gastropods along an elevational gradient
SJ Presley, MR Willig, CP Bloch, I Castro‐Arellano, CL Higgins, ...
Biotropica 43 (4), 480-488, 2011
492011
Spatiotemporal variation in functional and taxonomic organization of stream-fish assemblages in central Texas
CL Higgins
Aquatic Ecology 43, 1133-1141, 2009
292009
Modeling stream fish assemblages with niche apportionment models: patterns, processes, and scale dependence
CL Higgins, RE Strauss
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137 (3), 696-706, 2008
292008
Phylogenetic and functional underdispersion in Neotropical phyllostomid bat communities
SJ Presley, LM Cisneros, CL Higgins, BT Klingbeil, SM Scheiner, ...
Biotropica 50 (1), 135-145, 2018
282018
Patterns of functional and taxonomic organization of stream fishes: inferences based on α, β, and γ diversities
CL Higgins
Ecography 33 (4), 678-687, 2010
252010
Arthropod diversity and assemblage structure response to deforestation and desertification in the Sahel of western Senegal
BJ Lingbeek, CL Higgins, JP Muir, DH Kattes, TW Schwertner
Global ecology and conservation 11, 165-176, 2017
242017
Disentangling drivers of small mammal diversity in a highly fragmented forest system
NU de la Sancha, R Maestri, RS Bovendorp, CL Higgins
Biotropica 52 (1), 182-195, 2020
232020
The influence of discharge, photoperiod, and temperature on the reproductive ecology of cyprinids in the Paluxy River, Texas
JT Munz, CL Higgins
Aquatic Ecology 47, 67-74, 2013
172013
Environmental correlates of phylogenetic structure in Mexican bat communities
JR Grimshaw, CL Higgins
Journal of Mammalogy 98 (6), 1657-1666, 2017
142017
Development of a morphological index of the nutritional status of juvenile largemouth bass
CD Smith, CL Higgins, GR Wilde, RE Strauss
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (1), 120-125, 2005
142005
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