Peer-reviewed articles

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Armitage DW. (2017). Linking the development and functioning of a carnivorous pitcher plant’s microbial digestive community. ISME Journal 11: 2439–2451. PDF & Appendix

Armitage DW. (2016). Bacteria facilitate prey capture by the pitcher plant Darlingtonia californica. Biology Letters. 12: 20160577 PDF & News Coverage (2)

Armitage DW. (2016). Time-variant species pools shape competitive dynamics and diversity-ecosystem function relationships. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20161437 PDF

Armitage DW. (2016). The cobra's tongue: rethinking the function of the "fishtail" appendage on Darlingtonia californica. American Journal of Botany 103: 780-785. PDF

Armitage DW. (2015). Experimental evidence for a time-integrated effect of productivity on diversity. Ecology Letters 18: 1216–1225. PDF

Doll HM, Armitage DW, Daly RA, Emerson JB, Goltsman DSA, Yelton A, Kerekes J, Firestone MK, Potts MD. (2013) Utilizing novel diversity estimators to quantify multiple dimensions of microbial biodiversity across domains . BMC Microbiology 3:293. Open access link

Armitage DW, Gallagher KG, Youngblut ND, Buckley DH, Zinder SH. (2012) Millimeter-scale patterns of phylogenetic and trait diversity in a salt marsh microbial mat. Frontiers in Microbiology 3:293. Open access link

Armitage DW, Ober HK. (2012) The effects of prescribed fire on bat communities in the longleaf pine-sandhills ecosystem. Journal of Mammalogy 93:102-114. PDF

Armitage DW, Ober HK. (2010) A comparison of supervised learning algorithms in the classification of bat echolocation calls. Ecological Informatics 5:465-473. PDF

Callis KL, Christ LR, Resasco J, Armitage DW, Ash JD, Caughlin TT, Clemmensen SF, Copeland SM, Fullman TJ, Lynch RL, Olson C, Pruner RA, Vieira-Neto EHM, West-Singh R, and Bruna EM. (2009) Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibitlity. Trends in Ecol. & Evol. 24:177-178. PDF

Theses

Armitage DW. (2016). Microbes in time: incorporating bacteria into ecosystem development theory. Ph.D dissertation, University of California Berkeley.

Armitage DW. (2010). The effects of prescribed fire on bat activity in the longleaf pine sandhills ecosystem. Master's thesis, University of Florida.