Grainger, T.N., Rego, A.I. and Gilbert, B. (Accepted) Temperature-dependent species interactions shape priority effects and the persistence of unequal competitors. The American Naturalist.
Grainger, T.N. and Gilbert, B. (In press) Multi-scale responses to warming in an experimental insect metacommunity. Global Change Biology.
Grainger, T.N. and Gilbert, B. 2016. Dispersal and diversity in experimental metacommunities: linking theory and practice. Oikos 125: 1213-1223 (Editor’s choice)
Jones, N.T., Germain, R.M., Grainger, T.N., Hall, A., Baldwin, L., Gilbert, B. 2015. Dispersal mode mediates the effect of patch size and patch connectivity on metacommunity diversity. Journal of Ecology 103: 935-944.
Zhang, J., Nielsen, S.E., Grainger, T.N., Kohler, M., Chipchar, T., Farr, D. 2014. Sampling landscape-scale plant diversity and rarity: the importance of sampling time in species detectability. PLoS ONE 9: 95334.
Grainger, T.N. and Turkington, R. 2013. Long-term nutrient enrichment differentially affects investment in sexual reproduction in four boreal forest understory species. Plant Ecology 214: 1017-1026.
Grainger, T.N. and Turkington, R. 2013. Mechanisms for success after long-term nutrient enrichment in a boreal forest understory. PLoS ONE 8: 61229.
Grainger, T.N. and Turkington, R. 2012. Germinability of Epilobium angustifolium seeds from plants treated annually with fertilizer for twenty-two years. Davidsonia 22: 2-8.
Wong, L., Grainger, T.N., Start, D. and Gilbert, B. In review at Biology Letters. An invasive herbivore structures plant competitive dynamics.
Germain, R.M., Grainger, T.N., Jones, N.T. and Gilbert, B. In review at Journal of Ecology. Frequency-dependent maternal effects across species and environments.