Wallace M. Meyer III
Wallace M. Meyer III
Director, Robert J. Bernard Field Station
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Dramatic response to climate change in the Southwest: Robert Whittaker's 1963 Arizona Mountain plant transect revisited
RC Brusca, JF Wiens, WM Meyer, J Eble, K Franklin, JT Overpeck, ...
Ecology and evolution 3 (10), 3307-3319, 2013
The horticultural industry as a vector of alien snails and slugs: widespread invasions in Hawaii
RH Cowie, KA Hayes, CT Tran, WM Meyer III
International Journal of Pest Management 54 (4), 267-276, 2008
Macro-invertebrates accelerate litter decomposition and nutrient release in a Hawaiian rainforest
WM Meyer III, R Ostertag, RH Cowie
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (1), 206-211, 2011
Giant African snail, Achatina fulica, as a snail predator
WM Meyer III, KA Hayes, AL Meyer
American Malacological Bulletin 24 (1), 117-119, 2008
Negative impacts of invasive predators used as biological control agents against the pest snail Lissachatina fulica: the snail Euglandina ‘rosea’and the flatworm Platydemus …
J Gerlach, GM Barker, CS Bick, P Bouchet, G Brodie, CC Christensen, ...
Biological Invasions 23, 997-1031, 2021
Feeding preferences of two predatory snails introduced to Hawaii and their conservation implications
WM Meyer, RH Cowie
Malacologia 53 (1), 135-144, 2010
Black Rat (Rattus rattus) Predation on Nonindigenous Snails in Hawai ‘i: Complex Management Implications1
WM Meyer, AB Shiels
Pacific Science 63 (3), 339-347, 2009
Influence of terrestrial molluscs on litter decomposition and nutrient release in a Hawaiian rain forest
WM Meyer III, R Ostertag, RH Cowie
Biotropica 45 (6), 719-727, 2013
Two for one: inadvertent introduction of Euglandina species during failed bio-control efforts in Hawaii
WM Meyer III, NW Yeung, J Slapcinsky, KA Hayes
Biological Invasions 19 (5), 1399-1405, 2017
Invasive temperate species are a threat to tropical island biodiversity
WM Meyer III, RH Cowie
Biotropica 42 (6), 732-738, 2010
Introduction to the Arizona Sky Island Arthropod Project (ASAP): Systematics, biogeography, ecology, and population genetics of arthropods of the Madrean Sky Islands
W Moore, WM Meyer III, JA Eble, K Franklin, JF Wiens, RC Brusca
Proceedings RMRS 2013, 144, 2013
Impacts of invasive annuals on soil carbon and nitrogen storage in southern California depend on the identity of the invader
T Caspi, LA Hartz, AE Soto Villa, JA Loesberg, CR Robins, WM Meyer III
Ecology and Evolution 9 (8), 4980-4993, 2019
Ground-dwelling arthropod communities of a sky island mountain range in Southeastern Arizona, USA: obtaining a baseline for assessing the effects of climate change
WM Meyer III, JA Eble, K Franklin, RB McManus, SL Brantley, J Henkel, ...
PLoS One 10 (9), e0135210, 2015
Evaluating the efficacy of land snail survey techniques in Hawaii: implications for conservation throughout the Pacific
TH Durkan, NW Yeung, WM Meyer, KA Hayes, RH Cowie
Biodiversity and Conservation 22, 3223-3232, 2013
Ant communities in native sage scrub, non-native grassland, and suburban habitats in Los Angeles County, USA: conservation implications
WJ Staubus, ES Boyd, TA Adams, DM Spear, MM Dipman, WM Meyer
Journal of insect conservation 19, 669-680, 2015
Trophic relationships among terrestrial molluscs in a Hawaiian rain forest: analysis of carbon and nitrogen isotopes
WM Meyer, NW Yeung
Journal of Tropical Ecology 27 (4), 441-445, 2011
Distribution, movement, and microhabitat use of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea in Hawaii: implications for management
WM Meyer III, RH Cowie
Invertebrate Biology 130 (4), 325-333, 2011
Rapid range expansion of an invasive predatory snail, Oxychilus alliarius (Miller 1822), and its impact on endemic Hawaiian land snails
PA Curry, NW Yeung, KA Hayes, WM Meyer, AD Taylor, RH Cowie
Biological Invasions 18, 1769-1780, 2016
Carbon and nitrogen storage in California sage scrub and non-native grassland habitats
MM Wheeler, MM Dipman, TA Adams, AV Ruina, CR Robins, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 129, 119-125, 2016
Vertebrate herbivory on shrub seedlings in California sage scrub: important but understudied interactions
J Litle, LH Quon, ML Antill, EJ Questad, WM Meyer
Plant ecology 220, 523-528, 2019
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