(1) Articles in referred journals (* indicates students/postdoctoral fellows):
- Lu, M.-Y.* and He, F. 2017. Estimating regional species richness: the case of China’s vascular plant species. Global Ecology and Biogeography (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/geb.12589/full).
- Deane, D.C.*, Fordham, D.A., He, F., Bradshaw, C.J.A. 2017. Future extinction risk of wetland plants is higher from individual patch loss than total area reduction. Biological Conservation (in press).
- Chen, Y.H.*, Zhang, J., Jiang, J.P., Nielsen, S.E. and He, F. 2017. Assessing the effectiveness of China's protected areas to conserve current and future amphibian diversity. Diversity and Distribution 23:146-157.
- Yin, D.-Y.*, Leroux, S. and He, F. 2017 Models and methods for identifying thresholds of habitat loss. Ecography 40:131-143.
- Deane, D.C.*, Fordham, D.A., He, F. and Bradshaw, C.J.A. 2016. Diversity patterns of seasonal wetland plant communities mainly driven by rare terrestrial species. Biodiversity and Conservation 25:1569-1585.
- Zhao, K.-N.* and He, F. 2016. Estimating light environment in forests with a new thresholding method for hemispherical photography. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research 46:1103-1110 (10.1139/cjfr-2016-0003).
- Ricklefs, R. and He, F. 2016. Region effects influence local tree species diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113:674-679.
- Blanchet, G.*, Legendre, P. and He, F. 2016. A new cost-effective approach to survey ecological communities. Oikos 125: 975–987.
- Bin, Y.*, Spence, J., Wu, L.-F., Li, B.-H., Hao, Z.-Q., Ye, W.H. and He, F. 2016. Species-habitat associations and demographic rates of forest trees. Ecography 39: 9-16.
- Liu, Y.*, Fang, S.-Q., Chesson, P. and He, F. 2015. The effect of soil-borne pathogens depends on the abundance of host tree species. Nature Communications 6, Article number: 10017 (DOI:doi: 10.1038/ncomms10017).
- Chu, C.J., Bartlett, M., Wang, Y.S., He, F., Weiner, J., Chave, J. and Sack L. 2015 Does climate directly influence NPP globally? Global Change Biology 22:12-24.
- He, F., Huang, S.M. and Zhang, J.* 2015. An inconvenient truth about the long-term forest change in western Canada: competition, not climate, is the primary driving force; Reply to Price et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(32):E4341.
- Mayor, S.J.*, Cahill, J., He, F. and Boutin, S. 2015. Scaling disturbance instead of richness to better understand anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0125579. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0125579.
- Mayor, S.J.*, Boutin, S., He, F., Cahill Jr., J.F. 2015. Limited impacts of extensive human land use on dominance, specialization, and biotic homogenization in boreal plant communities. BMC Ecology 201515:5 (DOI: 10.1186/s12898-015-0037-9).
- Xu, H., Li, Y.-D., Liu, S.-R., Zang, R.G., He, F. and Spence, J.R. 2015. Partial recovery of a tropical rainforest a half century after clear-cut and selective logging. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1044-1052.
- Zhang, J.*, Huang, S.M. and He, F. 2015. Half-century evidence from western Canada shows forest dynamics is primarily driven by competition followed by climate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112: 4009-4014.
1.Gaston, K.J. and He. F. 2010. Species occurrence and occupancy. Pages 141-151 in Biological Diversity: Frontiers in Measurement and Assessment, eds. A. Maguran and B. McGill. Oxford University Press (pdf).
2. He, F. and Condit, R. 2007. The distribution of species: occupancy, scale and rarity. Pages 32-50 in Scaling Biodiversity, eds. D. Storch, P.L. Marquet and J.H. Brown. Cambridge University Press (pdf).
3. Borda de Agua, L., Hubbell, S.P. and He, F. 2007. Scaling biodiversity under neutrality. Pages 347-375 in Scaling Biodiversity, eds. D. Storch, P.L. Marquet and J.H. Brown. Cambridge University Press (pdf).
4. He, F. and Reed, W. 2006. Downscaling abundance from the distribution of species: occupancy theory and applications. Pages 89-108 in Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology: Methods and Applications, eds. J. Wu, B. Jones, H. Li and O. Loucks. Springer, New York (pdf).