Justin M. Valliere
Justin M. Valliere
Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension, University of California Davis
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High N, dry: experimental nitrogen deposition exacerbates native shrub loss and nonnative plant invasion during extreme drought
JM Valliere, IC Irvine, L Santiago, EB Allen
Global Change Biology 23 (10), 4333-4345, 2017
Interactive effects of nitrogen deposition and drought-stress on plant-soil feedbacks of Artemisia californica seedlings
JM Valliere, EB Allen
Plant and Soil 403, 277-290, 2016
Invasive annuals respond more negatively to drought than native species
JM Valliere, EB Escobedo, GM Bucciarelli, MR Sharifi, PW Rundel
New Phytologist 223 (3), 1647-1656, 2019
Keys to enhancing the value of invasion ecology research for management
JL Funk, IM Parker, V Matzek, SL Flory, ET Aschehoug, CM D’Antonio, ...
Biological Invasions 22, 2431-2445, 2020
Can we condition native plants to increase drought tolerance and improve restoration success?
JM Valliere, J Zhang, MR Sharifi, PW Rundel
Ecological Applications 29 (3), e01863, 2019
Preparing for the worst: Utilizing stress‐tolerant soil microbial communities to aid ecological restoration in the Anthropocene
JM Valliere, WS Wong, PG Nevill, H Zhong, KW Dixon
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 1 (2), e12027, 2020
Interactions of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, critical loads of nitrogen deposition, and shifts from native to invasive species in a southern California shrubland
EB Allen, LM Egerton-Warburton, BE Hilbig, JM Valliere
Botany 94 (6), 425-433, 2016
Examining assumptions of soil microbial ecology in the monitoring of ecological restoration
M Hart, A Cross, H D'Agui, K Dixon, M Van der Heyde, B Moreira-Grez, ...
Ecological Solutions and Evidence, 2020
Microbial inoculation to improve plant performance in mine‐waste substrates: A test using pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan)
WS Wong, TK Morald, AS Whiteley, PG Nevill, RD Trengove, JWH Yong, ...
Land Degradation & Development 33 (3), 497-511, 2022
Restoration ecophysiology: an ecophysiological approach to improve restoration strategies and outcomes in severely disturbed landscapes
JM Valliere, J Ruscalleda Alvarez, AT Cross, W Lewandrowski, F Riviera, ...
Restoration Ecology 30, e13571, 2022
Tradeoffs between growth rate and water-use efficiency in seedlings of native perennials but not invasive annuals
JM Valliere
Plant ecology 220 (3), 361-369, 2019
Leveraging the value of conservation physiology for ecological restoration
S Tomlinson, EP Tudor, SR Turner, S Cross, F Riviera, J Stevens, ...
Restoration Ecology 30, e13616, 2022
Repeated mowing to restore remnant native grasslands invaded by nonnative annual grasses: Upsides and downsides above and below ground
JM Valliere, S Balch, C Bell, C Contreras, BE Hilbig
Restoration Ecology 27 (2), 261-268, 2019
Nitrogen enrichment contributes to positive responses to soil microbial communities in three invasive plant species
JM Valliere, EB Allen
Biological Invasions 18, 2349-2364, 2016
Declines in native forb richness of an imperiled plant community across an anthropogenic nitrogen deposition gradient
JM Valliere, GM Bucciarelli, A Bytnerowicz, ME Fenn, IC Irvine, ...
Ecosphere 11 (2), e03032, 2020
Stockpiling disrupts the biological integrity of topsoil for ecological restoration
JM Valliere, HM D’Agui, KW Dixon, PG Nevill, WS Wong, H Zhong, ...
Plant and Soil, 1-18, 2022
Rethinking local seed sourcing for the restoration of a foundational grass species in California
MP Nolan, JC Luong, JM Valliere, SJ Mazer, CM D'Antonio
Restoration Ecology 31 (8), e13992, 2023
Evaluating biological properties of topsoil for post‐mining ecological restoration: different assessment methods give different results
HM D'Agui, ME van der Heyde, PG Nevill, M Mousavi‐Derazmahalleh, ...
Restoration Ecology 30, e13738, 2022
Phenological and physiological advantages of invasive annuals are strengthened by nitrogen enrichment
JM Valliere, RG Flores, BJ Cason, MJ Hernández
Functional Ecology 36 (11), 2819-2832, 2022
Cultivating scientific literacy and a sense of place through course‐based urban ecology research
JM Valliere
Ecology and evolution 12 (6), e8985, 2022
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