Ecological Network with Mutualistic-Antagonistic Interactions Carlos Melián
Map of Human Impacts to a “Pristine” Coral Reef Ecosystem, the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
K.A. Selkoe, B.S. Halpern, C.M. Ebert, et al. Coral Reefs Online 03/25/09
Global Methane Emission From Wetlands, Rice Paddies, and Lakes Q. Zhuang et al. EOS 90(5) 37-44
The Economic Value of Coastal Ecosystems in California
Beyond Reserves: A Research Agenda for Conserving Biodiversity in Human-modified Tropical Landscapes
Robin Chazdon et al.
Biotropica 41(2) 142+
Non-linearity in Ecosystem Services: Temporal and Spatial Variability in Coastal Protection
Evamaria W Koch et al.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (1) 29-37
Eliana E. Bontti et al.
Global Change Biology Early View, 1/2009
Collaborations Among Ecologists and Social Scientists Principal Investigator: John Parker
Parker is exploring interdisciplinary collaborations among ecologists and social scientists, attempting to understand what happens when these types of scientists meet, and how best to organize this type of interdisciplinary research.
Emergence and Maintenance of Nutrient Limitation over Multiple Timescales in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Duncan Menge et al.
American Naturalist 173(2) 164-175
Fleishman is Director of Conservation & Resource Management at NCEAS.
New Interactive-Mapping Website
Recent research at NCEAS produced the first-ever maps of the cumulative impact of humans on the world's oceans. Results from this work and all of the data layers that produced these maps can now be queried online.
ScienceWatch.com Interviews Jim Elser About His Emerging Research Front Paper
Global Analysis of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Limitation of Primary Producers in Freshwater, Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems
JJ Elser et al. Abstract
The Ecological Dynamics of Clade Diversification and Community Assembly
Mark A. McPeek
Vol. 172, pp. E270-E284