Open science and publicly available data are critical for tackling today’s basic and applied scientific challenges. Follow the links below for publicly archived code and data from these papers:
Fricke EC, Bender J, Rehm E, Rogers HS (2019) Functional outcomes of mutualistic network interactions: a community-scale study of frugivore gut passage on germination. Journal of Ecology 107: 757-767.
Rehm EM, Fricke EC, Bender J, Savidge J, Rogers HS (2019) Animal movement drives variation in seed dispersal distance in a plant-animal network. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286:20182007.
Fricke EC, Tewksbury JJ, Rogers HS (2019) Linking intra‐specific trait variation and plant function: seed size mediates performance tradeoffs within species. Oikos 32: 496-508.
Fricke EC, Tewksbury JJ, Wandrag EM, Rogers HS (2017) Mutualistic strategies minimize coextinction in plant–disperser networks. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20162302.
Fricke EC, Wright SJ (2016) The mechanical defence advantage of small seeds. Ecology Letters 19: 987-991.
Fricke EC, Tewksbury JJ, Rogers HS (2014) Multiple natural enemies cause distance-dependent mortality at the seed-to-seedling transition. Ecology Letters 17: 593-598.
Fricke EC, Simon MJ, Reagan KM, Levey DJ, Riffell JA, Carlo TA, Tewksbury JJ (2013) When condition trumps location: seed consumption by fruit-eating birds removes pathogens and predator attractants. Ecology Letters 16: 1031–1036.