Goud, E.M., Agrawal, A.A., and Sparks, J.P. (in review) A direct comparison of plant strategy theories for predicting the relationship between plant traits and growth. Preprint available at Research Square.
Goud, E.M. and Roddy, M.J. (2022) Variation in leaf traits among and within dominant shrubs of contrasting Pine Barrens habitats. Flora. doi: 10.1016/j.flora.2022.152109
Goud, E.M., Touchette, S., Strachan, I.B., and Strack, M. (2022) Graminoids vary in functional traits, carbon dioxide and methane fluxes in a restored peatland: implications for modeling carbon storage. Journal of Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.13932
Goud, E.M., Prehmus, S.A., and Sparks, J.P. (2021) Is variation in inter-annual precipitation a mechanism for maintaining plant metabolic diversity? Oecologia. doi: 10.1007/s00442-021-05046-y
Davidson, S. J., Goud, E.M., Malhotra, A., Estey, C.O., Korsah, and Strack, M. (2021) Linear disturbances shift boreal peatland plant communities toward earlier peak greenness. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences. doi: 10.1029/2021JG006403.
Davidson, S. J., Goud, E.M., Franklin, C., Nielsen, S.E., and Strack, M. (2020) Seismic line disturbance alters soil physical and chemical properties across boreal forest and peatland soils. Frontiers in Earth Science. doi: 10.3389/feart.2020.00281
Genova, L., Johnson, B., Castelli, F., Arcila Hernández, L., Chang van Oordt, D., Demery, A., Fletcher, N., Goud, E.M., Holmes, K., Houtz, J., Howard, M., Hughes, J., Jensen, K., Kunerth, H., Law, E., Lombardi, E., Mazo-Vargas, A., McDonald, C., Mittan, C., Ryan, T., Tracy, A., Uehling, J., Weiss, A., and Smith, M. (2020) What is speciation, how does it occur, and why is it important for conservation? CourseSource. doi: 10.24918/cs.2020.28
Goud, E.M., Sparks, J. P., Fishbein, M., and Agrawal, A. A (2019) Integrated metabolic strategy: a framework for predicting the evolution of carbon-water tradeoffs within plant clades. Journal of Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365‐2745.13204
Goud, E.M. and Sparks, J. P. (2018)* Leaf stable isotopes suggest shared ancestry is an important driver of functional diversity. Oecologia. doi: 10.1007/s00442-018-4186-3 *part of a special issue in Oecologia honoring the career of Dr. Jim Ehleringer – a leader in isotope ecology and all around wonderful person and mentor!
Goud, E.M., Watt, C., and Moore, T.R. (2018) Plant community composition along a peatland margin follows alternate successional pathways after hydrologic disturbance. Acta Oecologica. doi: 10.1016/j.actao.2018.06.006
Goud, E.M., Moore, T.R., and Roulet, N.T. (2017) Predicting peatland carbon fluxes from non-destructive plant traits. Functional Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12891 * featured on the Functional Ecologists blog in June 2017.
Goud, E.M. (2017) Diversity and abundance of litter-dwelling Arthropods increase with time-since-burn in a Florida scrub ecosystem. Biodiversity. doi:10.1080/14888386.2017.1407671