Steven N. Handel
Steven N. Handel
Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolution, Rutgers University
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Benefits of restoring ecosystem services in urban areas
T Elmqvist, H Setšlš, SN Handel, S van der Ploeg, J Aronson, JN Blignaut, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 14, 101-108, 2015
Floral evolution: attractiveness to pollinators increases male fitness
ML Stanton, AA Snow, SN Handel
Science 232 (4758), 1625-1627, 1986
Constraints and competition in the evolution of flowering phenology
JP Kochmer, SN Handel
Ecological monographs 56 (4), 303-325, 1986
Pollination ecology, plant population structure, and gene flow
SN Handel
Pollination biology 163, 211, 1983
Restoration biology: a population biology perspective
AM Montalvo, SL Williams, KJ Rice, SL Buchmann, C Cory, SN Handel, ...
Restoration ecology 5 (4), 277-290, 1997
Forest restoration on a closed landfill: rapid addition of new species by bird dispersal
GR Robinson, SN Handel
Conservation biology 7 (2), 271-278, 1993
The intrusion of clonal growth patterns on plant breeding systems
SN Handel
The American Naturalist 125 (3), 367-384, 1985
Ants disperse a majority of herbs in a mesic forest community in New York State
SN Handel, SB Fisch, GE Schatz
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 430-437, 1981
Urbanization promotes non-native woody species and diverse plant assemblages in the New York metropolitan region
MFJ Aronson, SN Handel, IP La Puma, SE Clemants
Urban Ecosystems 18, 31-45, 2015
Directing spatial patterns of recruitment during an experimental urban woodland reclamation
GR Robinson, SN Handel
Ecological applications 10 (1), 174-188, 2000
A century of change in the Staten Island flora: ecological correlates of species losses and invasions
GR Robinson, ME Yurlina, SN Handel
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 119-129, 1994
Seed dispersal by ants
SN Handel, AJ Beattie
Scientific American 263 (2), 76-83B, 1990
Advantages of clonal growth in heterogeneous habitats: an experiment with Potentilla simplex
DK Wijesinghe, SN Handel
Journal of Ecology, 495-502, 1994
Dispersal ecology of Carex pedunculata (Cyperaceae), a new North American myrmecochore
SN Handel
American Journal of Botany 63 (8), 1071-1079, 1976
Jumping spiders (Salticidae) enhance the seed production of a plant with extrafloral nectaries
S Ruhren, SN Handel
Oecologia 119, 227-230, 1999
The impact of a flower‐color polymorphism on mating patterns in experimental populations of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum L.)
ML Stanton, AA Snow, SN Handel, J Bereczky
Evolution 43 (2), 335-346, 1989
The competitive relationship of three woodland sedges and its bearing on the evolution of ant-dispersal of Carex pedunculata
SN Handel
Evolution, 151-163, 1978
Pollinators discriminate among floral heights of a sexually deceptive orchid: implications for selection
R Peakall, SN Handel
Evolution 47 (6), 1681-1687, 1993
Deer and invasive plant species suppress forest herbaceous communities and canopy tree regeneration
MFJ Aronson, SN Handel
Natural Areas Journal 31 (4), 400-407, 2011
Tree seedling establishment under insect herbivory: edge effects and inter-annual variation
SJ Meiners, SN Handel, STA Pickett
Plant Ecology 151, 161-170, 2000
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