Professor & Dean, College of Science
PhD, University of Miami
Office: LDB 200
Plant demography, rare and endangered plant conservation, plant-pollinator interactions, forest dynamics.
J. B. Pascarella, J. Maschinski, and S. Wright. 2011. Soil seed banks in the endangered Florida Beach Jacquemontia (Jacquemontia reclinata House (Convolvulaceae)). Native Plants Journal 12 (3): 233-240.
Flynn, D., M. Uriarte, T.Crk, J. B. Pascarella, J. Zimmerman, TM. Aide, and M.C. Ortiz. 2010. Hurricane disturbance alters secondary forest recovery in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 42: 149-157.
J.B. Pascarella. 2007. Mechanisms of prezygotic reproductive isolation between two sympatric species, Gelsemium rankinii and Gelsemium sempervirens (Gelsemiaceae), in the southeastern United States. American Journal of Botany 94: 468-476
J. B. Pascarella, T.M. Aide, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2007. The demography of Miconia prasina (Melastomataceae) during secondary succession in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 39: 54-61
J.B. Pascarella. 2007. Foraging patterns of the southeastern blueberry bee Habropoda laboriosa (Apidae, Hymenoptera): Implications for understanding oligolecty. Journal of Apicultural Research.46: 19-27
C. C. Horvitz, S. Tuljapurkar, and J.B. Pascarella. 2005. Plant-animal interactions in random environments: habitat-stage elasticity, seed predators and hurricanes. Ecology 86: 3312-3322
J.B. Pascarella, T. M. Aide, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2004. Short-term response of secondary forests to hurricane disturbance in Puerto Rico, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 199: 379-393
S. Tuljapurkar, C.C. Horvitz, and J.B. Pascarella. 2003. The many growth rates and elasticities of populations in random environments. The American Naturalist 162: 489-503.