Julissa Rojas-Sandoval
Julissa Rojas-Sandoval
Institute of the Environment, University of Connecticut
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No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 14435, 2017
Global rise in emerging alien species results from increased accessibility of new source pools
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (10), E2264-E2273, 2018
Factors affecting phenological patterns of bombacaceous trees in seasonal forests in Costa Rica and Mexico
JA Lobo, M Quesada, KE Stoner, EJ Fuchs, Y Herrerías‐Diego, J Rojas, ...
American Journal of Botany 90 (7), 1054-1063, 2003
No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide. Nat Commun 8: 14435
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Naturalization and invasion of alien plants in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
J Rojas-Sandoval, P Acevedo-Rodríguez
Biological Invasions 17, 149-163, 2015
No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide. Nat Commun 8: 1–9
H Seebens, TM Blackburn, EE Dyer, P Genovesi, PE Hulme, JM Jeschke, ...
Pollination biology of Harrisia portoricensis (Cactaceae), an endangered Caribbean species
J Rojas‐Sandoval, E Meléndez‐Ackerman
American Journal of Botany 96 (12), 2270-2278, 2009
Ecology and evolution of negative and positive interactions in Cactaceae: lessons and pending tasks
PC Guerrero, GO Carvallo, JM Nassar, J Rojas-Sandoval, V Sanz, ...
Plant Ecology & Diversity 5 (2), 205-215, 2012
Reproductive phenology of the Caribbean cactus Harrisia portoricensis: rainfall and temperature associations
J Rojas-Sandoval, E Meléndez-Ackerman
Botany 89 (12), 861-871, 2011
Geographical ecology of dry forest tree communities in the West Indies
J Franklin, R Andrade, ML Daniels, P Fairbairn, MC Fandino, TW Gillespie, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (5), 1168-1181, 2018
Biotic resistance in the tropics: patterns of seed plant invasions within an island
JD Ackerman, RL Tremblay, J Rojas-Sandoval, E Hernández-Figueroa
Biological Invasions 19, 315-328, 2017
Island biogeography of native and alien plant species: contrasting drivers of diversity across the Lesser Antilles
J Rojas‐Sandoval, JD Ackerman, RL Tremblay
Diversity and Distributions 26 (11), 1539-1550, 2020
Effects of an invasive grass on the demography of the Caribbean cactus Harrisia portoricensis: implications for cacti conservation
J Rojas-Sandoval, E Meléndez-Ackerman
Acta oecologica 41, 30-38, 2012
Invasive plant species in the West Indies: geographical, ecological, and floristic insights
J Rojas‐Sandoval, RL Tremblay, P Acevedo‐Rodríguez, H Díaz‐Soltero
Ecology and Evolution 7 (13), 4522-4533, 2017
Assessing the impact of grass invasion on the population dynamics of a threatened Caribbean dry forest cactus
J Rojas-Sandoval, EJ Meléndez-Ackerman, D Anglés-Alcázar
Biological Conservation 196, 156-164, 2016
Population dynamics of a threatened cactus species: general assessment and effects of matrix dimensionality
J Rojas-Sandoval, E Meléndez-Ackerman
Population Ecology 55, 479-491, 2013
Effects of hurricane disturbance and feral goat herbivory on the structure of a Caribbean dry forest
J Rojas‐Sandoval, EJ Meléndez‐Ackerman, J Fumero‐Cabán, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 25 (4), 1069-1077, 2014
Plant community dynamics of a tropical semi‐arid system following experimental removals of an exotic grass
J Rojas‐Sandoval, E Meléndez‐Ackerman, DS Fernández
Applied Vegetation Science 15 (4), 513-524, 2012
Factors affecting establishment success of the endangered Caribbean cactus Harrisia portoricensis (Cactaceae)
J Rojas-Sandoval, E Meléndez-Ackerman
Revista de Biología Tropical 60 (2), 867-879, 2012
Identification and evaluation of vulnerability factors affecting the Caribbean cactus species Harrisia portoricensis
J Rojas-Sandoval
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico), 2010
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