Wilcox, K. R*., A. T. Tredennick*, S. E. Koerner, E. Grman, L. M. Hallett, M. L. Avolio, K. J. La Pierre, G. R. Houseman, F. Isbell, D. S. Johnson, . . . (34 additional authors). Asynchrony among local communities stabilizes ecosystem function of metacommunities. Ecology Letters DOI 10.1111/ele.12861. (* indicates co-first authors)
T. Clark, C. Friel, E. Grman, Y. Shachar-Hill, and M. Friesen. 2017. Modeling mutualisms: challenges and opportunities for data integration. Ecology Letters 20:1203-1215. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12810.
Zirbel, C. R., T. Bassett, E. Grman, and L. A. Brudvig. 2017. Plant functional traits and environmental conditions shape community assembly and ecosystem functioning during restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology 54:1070-1079. Data archived on Dryad
Grman, E., T. Bassett, C. R. Zirbel, and L. A. Brudvig. Dispersal and establishment filters influence the assembly of restored prairie plant communities. Restoration Ecology 23:892-899. supplementary information
Avolio, M. L., K. J. La Pierre, G. R. Houseman, S. E. Koerner, E. Grman, F. Isbell, D. S. Johnson, and K. R. Wilcox. A framework for quantifying the magnitude and variability of community responses to global change drivers. Ecosphere 6:1-14.
Grman, E., J. L. Orrock, C. W. Habeck, J. A. Ledvina, and L. A. Brudvig. 2015. Beta diversity in post-agricultural woodlands: tests of drivers and the role of scale. Ecography 38:614-621. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.01159.
Grman, E., T. Bassett, and L. A. Brudvig. 2014. A prairie plant community dataset for addressing questions in community assembly and restoration. Data Paper in Ecology 95:2363.
Grman, E. and L. A. Brudvig. 2014. Beta diversity among prairie restorations increases with species pool size, but not through enhanced species sorting. Journal of Ecology 102:1017-1024.
Brudvig, L.A., E. Grman, C. W. Habeck, J. L. Orrock, and J. A. Ledvina. 2013. Strong legacy of agricultural land use on soils and understory plant communities in longleaf pine woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 310:944-955.
Grman, E., T. Bassett, and L. A. Brudvig. 2013. Confronting contingency in restoration: management and site history determine outcomes of assembling prairies, but site characteristics and landscape context have little effect. Journal of Applied Ecology 50:1234-1243. Selected as Editor’s Choice.
Grman, E. and T. M. P. Robinson. 2013. Resource availability and imbalance affect plant-mycorrhizal interactions: a field test of three hypotheses. Ecology 94:62-71.
Grman, E. 2013. Seedling light limitation across a natural productivity gradient. Journal of Plant Ecology 6:193-200. Selected as Editor’s Choice.
Grman, E., T. M. P. Robinson, and C. A. Klausmeier. 2012. Ecological specialization and trade affect the outcome of negotiations in mutualism. The American Naturalist 179:567-581.
Grman, E. 2012. Plant species differ in their ability to reduce allocation to non-beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Ecology 93:711-718.
Ewert, D. N., J. B. Cole, and E. Grman. 2011. Wind energy: guidelines for siting and operating wind turbines in the Great Lakes region. The Nature Conservancy. http://conserveonline.org/library/wind-energy-great-lakes-regional-guidelines/view.html
Grman, E., J. A. Lau, D. R. Schoolmaster, Jr., and K. L. Gross. 2010. Mechanisms contributing to stability in ecosystem function depend on the environmental context. Ecology Letters 13:1400-1410.
Grman, E. and K. N. Suding. 2010. Within-year soil legacies contribute to priority effects during establishment of California grassland plants. Restoration Ecology 18:664-670.
E. T. Kiers, L. S. Adler, E. L. Grman, and M. G. A. van der Heijden. 2010. Manipulating the jasmonate response: How do methyl jasmonate additions mediate characteristics of aboveground and belowground mutualisms? Functional Ecology 24:434-443.
Grman, E. L. and H. M. Alexander. 2005. Factors limiting fruit production in Asclepias meadii in northeastern Kansas. The American Midland Naturalist 153:245-256.