Kenneth Molem
Kenneth Molem
Botanist at the New Guinea Binatang Research Center
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Low beta diversity of herbivorous insects in tropical forests
V Novotny, SE Miller, J Hulcr, RAI Drew, Y Basset, M Janda, GP Setliff, ...
Nature 448 (7154), 692-695, 2007
Predation risk for herbivorous insects on tropical vegetation: a search for enemy-free space and time.
V Novotny, Y Basset, J Auga, W Boen, C Dal, P Drozd, M Kasbal, B Isua, ...
Australian Journal of Ecology 24, 477-483, 1999
Species richness, forest structure, and functional diversity during succession in the New Guinea lowlands
TJS Whitfeld, JR Lasky, K Damas, G Sosanika, K Molem, RA Montgomery
Biotropica 46 (5), 538-548, 2014
Successful invasion of the neotropical species Piper aduncum in rain forests in Papua New Guinea
J Lepš, V Novotný, L Čížek, K Molem, B Isua, B William, R Kutil, J Auga, ...
Applied Vegetation Science 5 (2), 255-262, 2002
Spatial patterns of tree species distribution in New Guinea primary and secondary lowland rain forest
P Fibich, J Lepš, V Novotný, P Klimeš, J Těšitel, K Molem, K Damas, ...
Journal of vegetation science 27 (2), 328-339, 2016
Land module of Our Planet Reviewed–Papua New Guinea: aims, methods and first taxonomical results
M Leponce, V Novotny, O Pascal, T Robillard, F Legendre, C Villemant, ...
Insects of Mount Wilhelm, Papua New Guinea. Mémoires du Muséum national d …, 2016
Determinants of litter decomposition rates in a tropical forest: functional traits, phylogeny and ecological succession
P Szefer, CP Carmona, K Chmel, M Konečná, M Libra, K Molem, ...
Oikos 126 (8), 1101-1111, 2017
Low host specificity and abundance of frugivorous lepidoptera in the lowland rain forests of Papua New Guinea
K Sam, R Ctvrtecka, SE Miller, ME Rosati, K Molem, K Damas, B Gewa, ...
PloS one 12 (2), e0171843, 2017
High specialization and limited structural change in plant‐herbivore networks along a successional chronosequence in tropical montane forest
CM Redmond, J Auga, B Gewa, ST Segar, SE Miller, K Molem, ...
Ecography 42 (1), 162-172, 2019
Variably hungry caterpillars: predictive models and foliar chemistry suggest how to eat a rainforest
ST Segar, M Volf, B Isua, M Sisol, CM Redmond, ME Rosati, B Gewa, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1866), 20171803, 2017
Quantitative assessment of plant-arthropod interactions in forest canopies: A plot-based approach
M Volf, P Klimeš, GPA Lamarre, CM Redmond, CL Seifert, T Abe, J Auga, ...
PloS one 14 (10), e0222119, 2019
An inventory of plants for the land of the unexpected
V Novotny, K Molem
Nature, 2020
Quantitative assessment of arthropod plant interactions in forest canopies: a plot based approach
M Volf, P Klimes, G Lamarre, CM Redmond, CL Seifert, T Abe, J Auga, ...
Barcode of Life Data Systems, 2019
Varyingly hungry caterpillars: Predictive models help show how to eat a rainforest
ST Segar, M Volf, B Isua, M Sisol, C Redmund, ME Rosati, B Gewa, ...
Barcode of Life Data Systems, 2017
Impact of pathogenic fungi, herbivores and predators on secondary succession of tropical rainforest vegetation
P Szefer, K Molem, A Sau, V Novotny
Journal of Ecology, 0
Fine-scale spatial patterns in a tropical forest bird community: topography matters.
K Chmel, J Riegert, L Paul, P Fibich, J Leps, K Molem, G Weiblen, ...
The ecology of lowland rainforest bird community in Papua New Guinea, 21, 0
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