Our Faculty

William Eaton

Professor
Department Chairperson

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Biology

Location
  • @New York City

Publications


Eaton, W. D., Shokralla, S. & Hajibabaei, M. Using metagenomics to show the efficacy of restoration in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.. Vol 58 (Issue 5) , pages 214.

Niu, H., Zhang, Z., Wang, D. & Eaton, W. D. Genetic diversity and genetic structure of Corydalis tomentella Franch. (Papaveraceae), an endangered herb species from Central China. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. Vol 63 , pages 27-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bse.2015.09.010

Sheitz, D. J. Development of vegetation and mycorrhizal fungal community structure in an Atlantic white-cedar swamp restoration. Restoration Ecology.

Eaton, W. D. & McGee, K. M. Soil fungal communities within five habitats in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. Fungal Ecology.

McGee, K. M. & Eaton, W. D. A comparison of the wet and dry season DNA-based soil invertebrate community characteristics in large patches of the bromeliad Bromelia pinguin in a primary forest in Costa Rica.. Applied Soil Ecology. Vol 87 , pages 99-107. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apsoil.2014.11.009

McGee, K. M. & Eaton, W. D. Soil biotic diversity and nutrients as ecosystem indicators in a Costa Rican tropical forest.. Acta Oecologica.

McGee, K. M. & Eaton, W. D. A comparison of the wet and dry season DNA-based soil invertebrate community characteristics in large patches of the bromeliad Bromelia pinguin in a primary forest in Costa Rica.. Applied Soil Ecology.

Zhu, Y., Wand, D. & Eaton, W. D. Role of ants and rodents on seed dispersal of four ant-dispersed plants near the forest edges in a temperate forest. Nature Scientific Reports.

Eaton, W. D. Preliminary analysis of the differences in successional trajectory within two recovering Vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) bogs in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Ecological Research.

Looby, C. I. & Eaton, W. D. (2014, May 5). Effects of Bromelia pinguin (Bromeliaceae) on soil ecosystem function and fungal diversity in the lowland forests of Costa Rica. IBMC Ecology. Vol 14 (Issue 12) , pages 8.

McGee, K. M. & Eaton, W. D. (2013, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 01). The effects of the conversion of a primary to a secondary tropical lowland forest on Bullet Ant (Paraponara clavata) foraging behavior in Costa Rica: apossible indicator of ecosystem condition.. Journal of Insect Behavior. Vol 26 (Issue 5) , pages 13.

Shebitz, D. J. & Eaton, W. D. (2013, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Forest structure, nutrients, and Pentaclethra macroloba growth after deforestation of lowland Costa Rican forests. ISRN Ecology. Vol 2013 (Issue Article ID 414357) , pages 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/414357

PRESENTATIONS


Eaton, W. D., Shokralla, S. & Hajibabaei, M. (2015, August 10). 6th International Barcode of Life Conference. Using metagenomics to show the efficacy of restoration in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. International Barcode of Life , Guelph, Ontario Canada

Eaton, W. D. (2015, May 15). Development of fungal functional groups and plant life forms in atlantic white-cedar swamps from early restoration areas to old growth swamps.. Joint Aquatic Sciences Commission, Portland, Oregon

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