Published Data

Many publications now ask for data to be archived, and FRAME researchers agree that this is beneficial and serves to further ecological research and cooperation. Below is a list of papers with downloadable data available. We will strive to keep this as up-to-date as possible. Click on the citation of interest and you will be directed to a simple page with additional downloadable files. Feel free to contact lead authors for more information.

Trammell, TLE; D’Amico, V; Avolio, M; Mitchell, J.; Moore, E. 2020. Temperate deciduous forests embedded across developed landscapes: younger forests harbor invasive plants and urban forests maintain native species. Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13400

Trammell TLE, Pouyat RV, D ’Amico V. Heterogeneity in soil chemistry relates to urbanization while soil homogeneity relates to plant invasion in small temperate deciduous forests. Landsc Ecol. 2022. DOI:10.1007/s10980-022-01409-9

Mitchell, J. C., D’Amico, V., Trammell, T. L. E., & Frank, S. D. (2023). Carabid specialists respond differently to nonnative plant invasion in urban forests. Urban Ecosystems.

Mitchell C, D’Amico V, Trammell TLE, Frank S. (2023, in press). Nonnative plant invasion increases urban vegetation structure and influences arthropod communities. Diversity and Distributions.