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Seabloom EW, Borer ET, Buckley YM, Cleland EE, Davies KF, Firn J, W Harpole S, Hautier Y, Lind EM, MacDougall AS et al.. 2015. Plant species' origin predicts dominance and response to nutrient enrichment and herbivores in global grasslands.. Nat Commun. 6:7710.
Osuri AM, Ratnam J, Varma V, Alvarez-Loayza P, Astaiza JHurtado, Bradford M, Fletcher C, Ndoundou-Hockemba M, Jansen PA, Kenfack D et al.. 2016. Contrasting effects of defaunation on aboveground carbon storage across the global tropics.. Nat Commun. 7:11351.
Ratnam J, Tomlinson KW, Rasquinha DN, Sankaran M. 2016. Savannahs of Asia: antiquity, biogeography, and an uncertain future.. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 371(1703)
Varma V, Iyengar SB, Sankaran M. 2016. Effects of nutrient addition and soil drainage on germination of N-fixing and non-N-fixing tropical dry forest tree species . Plant Ecology. 217(1043–1054):1043–1054.
Dohn J, Augustine DJ, Hanan NP, Ratnam J, Sankaran M. 2017. Spatial vegetation patterns and neighborhood competition among woody plants in an East African savanna.. Ecology.
Griffith DM, Lehmann CER, Strömberg CAE, Parr CL, R Pennington T, Sankaran M, Ratnam J, Still CJ, Powell RL, Hanan NP et al.. 2017. Comment on "The extent of forest in dryland biomes".. Science. 358(6365)
Iyengar SB, Sumanta B., Barua D, Mishra C, Sankaran M. 2017. A dominant dwarf shrub increases diversity of herbaceous plant communities in a Trans-Himalayan rangeland. Plant Ecology. 218(7):843–854.
Hautier Y, Isbell F, Borer ET, Seabloom EW, W Harpole S, Lind EM, MacDougall AS, Stevens CJ, Adler PB, Alberti J et al.. 2018. Local loss and spatial homogenization of plant diversity reduce ecosystem multifunctionality.. Nat Ecol Evol. 2(1):50-56.
Wordley CFR, Sankaran M, Mudappa D, Altringham JD. 2018. Heard but not seen: Comparing bat assemblages and study methods in a mosaic landscape in the Western Ghats of India.. Ecol Evol. 8(8):3883-3894.
Goheen JR, Augustine DJ, Veblen KE, Kimuyu DM, Palmer TM, Porensky LM, Pringle RM, Ratnam J, Riginos C, Sankaran M et al.. 2018. Conservation lessons from large-mammal manipulations in East African savannas: the KLEE, UHURU, and GLADE experiments.. Ann N Y Acad Sci.
Ongole S, Sankaran M, Karanth KK. 2018. Responses of aerial insectivorous bats to local and landscape-level features of coffee agroforestry systems in Western Ghats, India.. PLoS One. 13(8):e0201648.
Varma V, Catherin AM, Sankaran M. 2018. Effects of increased N and P availability on biomass allocation and root carbohydrate reserves differ between N-fixing and non-N-fixing savanna tree seedlings.. Ecol Evol. 8(16):8467-8476.
Ratnam J, Chengappa SK, Machado S, Nataraj N, Osuri AM, Sankaran M. 2019. Functional Traits of Trees From Dry Deciduous “Forests” of Southern India Suggest Seasonal Drought and Fire Are Important Drivers. Front. Ecol. Evol..
Sankaran M, Staver C. 2019. Droughts and the ecological future of tropical savanna vegetation. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY. 107(4):1531-1549.
Joshi AA, Ratnam J, Sankaran M. 2019. Frost maintains forests and grasslands as alternate states in a montane tropical forest–grassland mosaic; but alien tree invasion and warming can disrupt this balance. JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY.
Veldman JW, Aleman JC, Alvarado ST, T Anderson M, Archibald S, Bond WJ, Boutton TW, Buchmann N, Buisson E, Canadell JG et al.. 2019. Comment on "The global tree restoration potential".. Science. 366(6463)
Tiruvaimozhi YV, Sankaran M. 2019. Soil respiration in a tropical montane grassland ecosystem is largely heterotroph-driven and increases under simulated warming. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 276-277
Wigley BJ, Augustine DJ, Coetsee C, Ratnam J, Sankaran M. 2020. Grasses continue to trump trees at soil carbon sequestration following herbivore exclusion in a semi-arid African savanna.. Ecology. :e03008.
Willemen L, Barger NN, Brink Bten, Cantele M, Erasmus BFN, Fisher JL, Gardner T, Holland TG, Kohler F, Kotiaho JS et al.. 2020. How to halt the global decline of lands. NATURE SUSTAINABILITY.