Milici, V. R., D. Dalui, J. G. Mickley, R. Bagchi, (2020). Responses of plant-pathogen interactions to precipitation: implications for tropical tree richness in a changing world. Journal of Ecology, 108:1800-1809. DOI:10.1111/1365-2745.13373
Garcia, C., J. Vendé, N. Konerira, J. Kalla, M. Nay, A. Dray, M. Delay, P. Waeber, N. Stoudmann, A. Bose, C. Le Page, Y. Raghuram, R. Bagchi, J. Ghazoul, C. Kushalappa & P. Vaast (2020) Coffee, farmers, and trees—shifting rights accelerates changing landscapes. Forests, 11:480. https://doi.org/10.3390/f11040480
Jia, S., X. Wang, Z. Yuan, F. Lin, J. Ye, G. Lin, Z Hao & R. Bagchi (2020). Tree species traits affect which natural enemies drive the Janzen-Connell effect in a temperate forest. Nature Communications 11:286. DOI:10.1038/s41467-019-14140-y
Viswanathan, A., J. Ghazoul, O.T. Lewis, G. Honwad & R. Bagchi (2020). Effects of forest fragment area on interactions between plants and their natural enemies: consequences for plant diversity at multiple spatial scales. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2:88. DOI:10.3389/ffgc.2019.00088
Anderson, R. M., N. M. Dallar, N. L. Pirtel, C. J. Connors, J. G. Mickley, R. Bagchi & M. S. Singer, (2019) Bottom-up and top-down effects of forest fragmentation differ between dietary generalist and specialist caterpillars. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9:452. DOI:10.3389/fevo.2019.00452
Slade, E. M., R. Bagchi, N. Keller, & C. D. Philipson (2019) When do more species maximise more ecosystem services. Trends in Plant Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.tplants.2019.06.014.
Viswanathan, A., J. Ghazoul, G. Honwad, A. Kumar & R. Bagchi (2019) The effects of rainforest fragment area on the strength of plant-pathogen interactions. Biology Letters, 15: 20180493. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2018.0493.
Mickley, J. G., T. E. Moore, C. D. Schlichting, A. DeRobertis, E. N. Mason, & R. Bagchi (2019) Measuring Microenvironments for Global Change: DIY Environmental Microcontroller Units (EMUs). Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 10:578-584. DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.13128.
Krishnadas, M., R. Bagchi, S. Sridhara & L. S. Comita (2018) Weaker plant-enemy interactions decrease tree seedling diversity with edge-effects in a fragmented tropical forest. Nature Communications.9:4523. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-018-06997-2.
Moore, T. E., R. Bagchi, M. E. Aiello-Lammens, C. D. Schlichting (2018) Spatial autocorrelation inflates niche breadth-range size relationships. Global Ecology & Biogeography 27:1426-1436. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12818.
Bagchi, R., L. M. Brown, C. S. Elphick, D. L. Wagner, & M. S. Singer (2018) Anthropogenic fragmentation of landscapes: mechanisms for eroding the specificity of plant-herbivore interactions. Oecologia, 187:521-533. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-018-4115-5.
Bagchi, R, V. Swamy, J-P. L. Farfan, J. Terborgh, C. I. A. Vela, N. C. A. Pitman & W. G. Sanchez (2018) Defaunation increases the spatial clustering of lowland Western Amazonian tree communities. Journal of Ecology, 106:1470-1482. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12929.
Bagchi, R. D. G. Hole,.S. H. M. Butchart,.Y.C. Collingham, L. D. Fishpool, A. J. Plumptre, I. Owiunji, H. Mugabe, S. G. Willis (2018) Forecasting potential routes for movement of endemic birds among important sites for biodiversity in the Albertine Rift under projected climate change. Ecography, 41:401-413. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.02712.
Smith, J.R., R. Bagchi, C.J. Kettle, C. Maycock, E. Khoo, and J. Ghazoul. (2016) Predicting the terminal velocity of dipterocarp fruit. Biotropica, 48:154-158. DOI: 10.1111/btp.12316.
Tito de Morais, C., J. Ghazoul, C. R. Maycock, R. Bagchi, D. F. R. P. Burslem, E. Khoo, A. Itoh, S. Nanami, S. Matsuyama, A. Finger, S. A. Ismail, and C. J. Kettle. (2015) Understanding local patterns of genetic diversity in dipterocarps using a multi-site, multi-species approach: Implications for forest management and restoration. Forest Ecology and Management, 356:153-165.
Smith, J.R., R. Bagchi, J. Ellens, C.J. Kettle, D.F.R.P. Burslem, C.R. Maycock, E. Khoo & J. Ghazoul (2015) Predicting dispersal of auto-gyrating fruit in tropical trees: a case study from the Dipterocarpaceae. Ecology & Evolution, 5:1794-1801.
Bagchi, R. & J.B. Illian (2015) A method for analyzing replicated point patterns in ecology. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.6:482-490.
Born, J., R. Bagchi, D.F.R.P. Burslem, R. Nilus, C. Tellenbach, A.R. Pluess, & J. Ghazoul (2015) Differential responses of dipterocarp seedlings to soil moisture and microtopography. Biotropica, 47:49-58.
Bagchi R., R.E. Gallery, S. Gripenberg, S.J. Gurr, L. Narayan, C.E. Addis, R.P. Freckleton & O.T. Lewis (2014) Pathogens and insect herbivores drive rainforest plant diversity and composition Nature 506: 85-88
Gripenberg S., R. Bagchi, R.E. Gallery, R.P. Freckleton, L. Narayan & O.T. Lewis (2014) Testing for enemy‐mediated density‐dependence in the mortality of seedlings: field experiments with five Neotropical tree species. Oikos 123:185-193
Kai Z, T.S. Woan, L. Jie, E. Goodale, K. Kitajima, R. Bagchi & R.D. Harrison (2014) Shifting Baselines on a Tropical Forest Frontier: Extirpations Drive Declines in Local Ecological Knowledge. PLoS ONE 9: e86598
Bagchi R., M. Crosby, B. Huntley, D.G. Hole, S.H.M. Butchart, Y.C. Collingham, M. Kalra, J. Rajkumar, A. Rahmani, M. Pandey, H. Gurung, L.T. Trai, N.V. Quang & S.G. Willis (2013) Evaluating the effectiveness of conservation site networks under climate change: accounting for uncertainty. Global Change Biology 19, 1236-1248
Gamfeldt L., T. Snall, R. Bagchi, M. Jonsson, L. Gustafsson, P. Kjellander, M.C. Ruiz-Jaen, M. Froberg, J. Stendahl, C.D. Philipson, G. Mikusinski, E. Andersson, B. Westerlund, H. Andren, F. Moberg, J. Moen & J. Bengtsson (2013) Higher levels of multiple ecosystem services are found in forests with more tree species. Nature Communications 4, 1340
Swinfield T., O.T. Lewis, R. Bagchi & R. P. Freckleton (2012) Consequences of changing rainfall for fungal pathogen-induced mortality in tropical tree seedlings. Ecology and Evolution, 2:1408-1413
Paine, C.E.T., M. Stenflo, C.D. Philipson, P. Saner, R. Bagchi, R.C. Ong & A. Hector (2012) Differential growth responses in seedlings of ten species of Dipterocarpaceae to experimental shading and defoliation. Journal of Tropical Ecology 28:377-384
Bagchi R., C.D. Philipson, E.M. Slade, A. Hector, S. Phillips, J.F. Villanueva, O.T. Lewis, C.H.C. Lyal, R. Nilus, A. Madran, J.D. Scholes, and M.C. Press.(2011) Impacts of logging on density dependent predation of dipterocarp seeds in a Southeast Asian rainforest. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, series B.366:3246-3255
Bagchi R., P.A. Henrys, P.E. Brown, D.F.R.P. Burslem, P.J. Diggle, C.V.S. Gunatilleke, I.A.U.N. Gunatilleke, A.R. Kassim, R. Law, S. Noor, and R.L. Valencia.(2011) Spatial patterns reveal negative density dependence and habitat associations in tropical trees. Ecology,92:1723-1729
Bagchi R., T. Swinfield, R.E. Gallery, O.T. Lewis, S. Gripenberg, L. Narayan & R.P. Freckleton (2010). Testing the Janzen-Connell mechanism: pathogens cause overcompensating density dependence in a tropical tree. Ecology Letters 13:1262-1269. (Cover article)
Hautier Y., P. Saner P, C.D. Philipson, R. Bagchi, R.C. Ong, A. Hector (2010) Effects of seed predators of different body size on seed mortality in Bornean logged forest. PLoS One, 5:e11651
Hector, A., Y. Hautier, P. Saner, L. Wacker, R. Bagchi, et al. (2010) Diversity and stability:A multisite test of the insurance hypothesis using experimental grassland communities. Ecology, 91:2213-2220
Bagchi R, M.C. Press & J.D. Scholes (2010) Evolutionary history and distance dependence control survival of dipterocarp seedlings. Ecology Letters. 13:51-59
Hector, A. & R. Bagchi (2007) Biodiversity and ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature 448:188-190
Pilkington, M.G., S.J.M. Caporn, J.A. Carroll, N. Cresswell, J.A. Lee, B.A. Emmett & R. Bagchi (2007) Phosphorus supply influences heathland responses to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution 148:191-200
Dent, D.H., R. Bagchi, D. Robinson, N. Majalap, & D.F.R.P. Burslem (2006) Nutrient fluxes via litterfall and leaf litter decomposition vary across a gradient of soil nutrient supply in a lowland tropical rain forest. Plant & Soil 288:197-215
Wells, K. & R. Bagchi (2005) Eat in or take away – seed predation and removal by rats (Muridae) during a fruiting event in a dipterocarp rainforest. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 53:125-130.