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Daniel S Park
Daniel S Park
Assistant professor, Purdue University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
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A standard protocol for reporting species distribution models
D Zurell, J Franklin, C König, PJ Bouchet, CF Dormann, J Elith, G Fandos, ...
Ecography 43 (9), 1261-1277, 2020
5082020
Widespread sampling biases in herbaria revealed from large‐scale digitization
BH Daru, DS Park, RB Primack, CG Willis, DS Barrington, TJS Whitfeld, ...
New Phytologist 217 (2), 939-955, 2018
3432018
Collinearity in ecological niche modeling: Confusions and challenges
X Feng, DS Park, Y Liang, R Pandey, M Papeş
Ecology and Evolution 9 (18), 10365-10376, 2019
2982019
The commonness of rarity: Global and future distribution of rarity across land plants
BJ Enquist, X Feng, B B., BS Maitner, EA Newman, PM Jørgensen, ...
Science Advances 5 (11), EAAZ0414, 2019
2672019
Areas of global importance for conserving terrestrial biodiversity, carbon and water
M Jung, A Arnell, X De Lamo, S García-Rangel, M Lewis, J Mark, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (11), 1499-1509, 2021
235*2021
Digitization and the future of natural history collections
BP Hedrick, JM Heberling, EK Meineke, KG Turner, CJ Grassa, DS Park, ...
Bioscience, biz163, 2020
2282020
Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life
RV Gallagher, DS Falster, BS Maitner, R Salguero-Gómez, V Vandvik, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-10, 2020
1932020
A checklist for maximizing reproducibility of ecological niche models
X Feng, DS Park, C Walker, AT Peterson, C Merow, M Papeş
Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2019
1892019
Genome and evolution of the shade‐requiring medicinal herb Panax ginseng
NH Kim, M Jayakodi, SC Lee, BS Choi, W Jang, J Lee, HH Kim, ...
Plant biotechnology journal 16 (11), 1904-1917, 2018
1552018
30% land conservation and climate action reduces tropical extinction risk by more than 50%
L Hannah, PR Roehrdanz, PA Marquet, BJ Enquist, G Midgley, W Foden, ...
Ecography 43 (7), 943-953, 2020
1432020
How deregulation, drought and increasing fire impact Amazonian biodiversity
X Feng, C Merow, Z Liu, DS Park, PR Roehrdanz, B Maitner, EA Newman, ...
Nature, 1-6, 2021
1082021
Herbarium specimens reveal substantial and unexpected variation in phenological sensitivity across the eastern United States
DS Park, I Breckheimer, AC Williams, E Law, AM Ellison, CC Davis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1763), 20170394, 2019
982019
Understanding the processes underpinning patterns of phylogenetic regionalization
BH Daru, TL Elliott, DS Park, TJ Davies
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (11), 845-860, 2017
912017
CrowdCurio: an online crowdsourcing platform to facilitate climate change studies using herbarium specimens
CC Willis, C. G., Law, E., Williams, A. C., Franzone, B. F., Bernardos, R ...
New Phytologist, 2017
80*2017
Darwin’s naturalization conundrum can be explained by spatial scale
DS Park, X Feng, BS Maitner, KC Ernst, BJ Enquist
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (20), 10904-10910, 2020
722020
Native environment modulates leaf size and response to simulated foliar shade across wild tomato species
DH Chitwood, LR Headland, DL Filiault, R Kumar, JM Jiménez-Gómez, ...
PloS one 7 (1), e29570, 2012
682012
Spatial overlaps between the global protected areas network and terrestrial hotspots of evolutionary diversity
BH Daru, PC le Roux, J Gopalraj, DS Park, BG Holt, M Greve
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2019
642019
A test of Darwin's naturalization hypothesis in the thistle tribe shows that close relatives make bad neighbors
DS Park, D Potter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (44), 17915-17920, 2013
612013
Implications and alternatives of assigning climate data to geographical centroids
DS Park, CC Davis
Journal of Biogeography 44 (10), 2188-2198, 2017
492017
Scale gaps in landscape phenology: challenges and opportunities
DS Park, EA Newman, IK Breckheimer
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (8), 709-721, 2021
462021
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