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  • Myers-Smith, IH et al. Eighteen years of ecological monitoring reveals multiple lines of evidence for tundra vegetation change. Submitted to Ecological Monographs (submitted 31 Jan. 2018; ECM18-0017).
  • Bjorkman, AD, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Ruger, and 125 others. Changes in plant functional traits across a warming tundra biome. In revision at Nature (submitted 15 Sep. 2017; Nature 2017-09-12391)
  • Thomas HD, IH Myers-Smith, et al. Traditional plant functional groups poorly explain plant trait variation in the tundra biome. In revision at Global Ecology and Biogeography (submitted 20 Sep. 2017; GEB-2017-0415)
  • Bowler et al. IH Myers-Smith. The geography of the Anthropocene differs between the land and the sea. In revision at Nature Communications (NCOMMS-17-27483-T)
  • Bjorkman, AD, IH Myers-Smith, et al. Tundra Trait Team: A database of plant traits spanning the tundra biome. In review at Global Ecology and Biogeography (submitted 15 Nov. 2017; GEB-2017-0515)
  • Angers-Blondin S, IH Myers-Smith, S Boudreau. Plant-plant interactions could limit recruitment and range expansion of tall shrubs into alpine and arctic tundra. Submitted to Polar Biology (POBI-D-17-00263).
  • Nielsen SS, AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, UA Treier, AS Barfod, S Normand. Establishment of Salix arctica in the High Arctic is driven by summer warming and local environmental conditions. Submitted to Polar Biology (POBI-D-17-00262).
  • Dornelas, M, et al. IH Myers-Smith. BioTIME: a database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene. Accepted at Global Ecology and Biogeography
  • Weijers S, R Pape, J Löffler, IH Myers-Smith. 2018. Contrasting shrub species respond to early summer temperatures leading to correspondence of shrub growth patterns. Accepted at Environmental Research Letters (ERL-104612.R1)
  • Myers-Smith IH and J Myers. 2018. Technical comment on Precipitation drives global variation in natural selection. Science. Vol. 359, Issue 6374, DOI: 10.1126/science.aan5028

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  • Smith JNM and IH Myers-Smith. Spatial variation in parasitism of song sparrows by brown-headed cowbirds. Pp. 296–312. In, Brood parasites and their hosts. Rothstein SI, SK Robinson, eds. Oxford University Press, New York.