28. Copeland, S.M., Munson, S.M., Pilliod, D.S., Welty, J.L., Bradford, J.B. and Butterfield, B.J. 2017. Long-term trends in restoration and associated land treatments in the Southwest United States. Restoration Ecology, doi:10.1111/rec.12574.
27. Hungate, B.A., Barbier, E.B., Ando, A.W., Marks, S.P., Reich, P.B., van Gestel, N., Tilman, D., Knops, J.M.H., Hooper, D.U., Butterfield, B.J. and Cardinale, B.J. 2018. The economic value of grassland species for carbon storage. Science Advances, 3, e1601880.
25. Doherty, K.D., Butterfield, B.J. and Wood, T.E. 2017. Matching seed to site by climate similarity: Techniques to prioritize plant materials development and use in restoration. Ecological Applications, 27, 1010-1023.
24. Hultine, K.R., Williams, D.G., Dettman, D.L., Butterfield, B.J. and Puente-Martinez, R. 2016. Stable isotope physiology of stem succulents across a broad range of volume-to-surface area ratio. Oecologia, 182, 679-690.
23. Butterfield, B.J., Copeland, S.M., Munson, S.M., Roybal, C.M. and Wood, T.E. 2016. Prestoration: Using species in restoration that will persist now and into the future. Restoration Ecology, doi:10.1111/rec.12381.
22. Funk, J.L., Larson, J.E., Ames, G.M., Butterfield, B.J., Cavender-Bares, J., Firn, J., Laughlin, D.C., Sutton-Grier, A.E., Williams, L. and Wright, J. 2016. Revisiting the Holy Grail: using plant functional traits to understand ecological processes. Biological Reviews, doi: 10.1111/brv.12275.
21. Butterfield, B.J. and Munson, S.M. 2016. Temperature is better than precipitation as a predictor of plant community assembly across a dryland region. Journal of Vegetation Science, 27, 938-947.
20. Butterfield, B.J., Camhi, A.L., Rubin, R.L. and Schwalm, C.R. 2016. Tradeoffs and compatibilities among ecosystem services: Biological, physical and economic drivers of multifunctionality. Advances in Ecological Research, 54, 207-243.
19. Butterfield, B.J., Bradford, J., Armas, C., Prieto, I. and Pugnaire, F.I. 2016. Does the stress gradient hypothesis hold water? An assessment of vegetation effects on soil moisture and implications for plant-plant interactions. Functional Ecology, 30, 10-19.
18. Spasojevic, M.J., Bahlai, C.A., Bradley, B.A., Butterfield, B.J., Tuanmu, M.N, Sistla, S., Wiederholdt, R. and Suding, K.N. 2016. Scaling up the diversity-resilience relationship with trait databases and remote sensing data: the recovery of productivity after wildfire. Global Change Biology, 22, 1421-1432.
17. Butterfield, B.J. and Wood, T. 2015. Local adaptation and cultivation, but not ploidy, predict functional trait variation in Bouteloua gracilis (Poaceae). Plant Ecology, 216, 1-9.
16. Kikvidze, Z., Brooker, R.W., Butterfield, B.J., et al. 2015. The effects of foundation species on community assembly: a global study on alpine cushion plant communities. Ecology, 96, 2046-2069.
15. Butterfield, B.J. 2015. Environmental filtering increases in intensity at both ends of climatic gradients, though driven by different factors, across woody vegetation types of the southwest USA. Oikos, 124, 1374-1382.
14. Schöb, C., Callaway, R.M., Anthelme, F., Brooker, R.W., Cavieres, L.A., et al., and Butterfield, B.J. 2014. The context dependence of beneficiary feedback effects on benefactors in plant facilitation. New Phytologist, 204, 386-396.
13. Schöb, C., Michalet, R., Cavieres, L.A., Pugnaire, F.I., Brooker, R.W., Butterfield, B.J., et al. 2014. A global analysis of bi-directional interactions in alpine plant communities shows facilitators experience strong reciprocal fitness costs. New Phytologist 202, 95-105.
11. Spafford, R.D., Lortie, C.J. and B.J. Butterfield. 2013. A systematic review of arthropod community diversity in association with invasive plants. NeoBiota 16, 81-102.
10. Butterfield, B.J., Cavieres, L.A., Callaway, R.M., Cook, B.J., Kikvidze, Z., Lortie, C.J., et al. 2013. Alpine cushion plants inhibit the loss of phylogenetic diversity in severe environments. Ecology Letters, 16:478-486.
9. Butterfield, B.J. and R.M. Callaway. 2013. A functional-comparative approach to facilitation and its context-dependence. Functional Ecology, 27, 907-917.
8. Butterfield, B.J. and K.N. Suding. 2013. Single-trait functional indices outperform multi-trait indices in linking environmental gradients and ecosystem services in a complex landscape. Journal of Ecology, 101:9-17.
7. Clark, C.M., Flynn, D.F.B., Butterfield, B.J. and P.B. Reich. 2012. Testing the link between functional diversity and ecosystem functioning in a Minnesota grassland experiment. PLoS ONE, 7:e52821.
6. Schöb, C., Butterfield, B.J. and F.I. Pugnaire. 2012. Foundation species influence trait-based community assembly. New Phytologist, 196:824-834.
5. Butterfield, B.J. and J.M. Briggs. 2011. Regeneration niche differentiates functional strategies of desert woody plant species. Oecologia, 165:477-478.
4. Butterfield, B.J., Betancourt, J.L., Turner, R.M. and J.M. Briggs. 2010. Facilitation drives 65 years of vegetation change in the Sonoran Desert.Ecology, 91:1132-1139.
3. Butterfield, B.J. 2009. Effects of facilitation on community stability and dynamics: Synthesis and future directions.Journal of Ecology, 97:1992-1201.
2. Butterfield, B.J. and J.M. Briggs. 2009. Patch dynamics of soil-biotic feedbacks in the Sonoran Desert.Journal of Arid Environments, 73:96-102.
1. Butterfield, B.J., Rogers, W.E. and E. Siemann. 2004. Growth of Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum) and four native trees under varying water regimes. Texas Journal of Science, 56(4):335-346.