Avian Community Structure and Incidence of Human West Nile Virus
Metrics of avian community structure and human incidence of West Nile Virus, select counties, eastern U.S. See Swaddle and Calos, 2008
A Cross-system Synthesis of Consumer and Nutrient Resource Control on Producer Biomass
Daniel S. Gruner, et al.
Ecology Letters 11(7) 740-755 Abstract
The Evolutionary Ecology of Metacommunities
Mark C. Urban, et al.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23(6) 311-317
A General Model for Food Web Structure
Stefano Allesina, David Alonso, and Mercedes Pascual
Science 320(5876) Abstract
Sixty Years of Environmental Change in the World’s Largest Freshwater Lake--Lake Baikal, Siberia
Stephanie E. Hampton, Lyubov R. Izmest'eva, Marianne V. Moore, Stephen L. Katz, et al.
Global Change Biology 14(8) 1947-1958
Lake Baikal PlanktonLyubov Izmest'eva, Stephanie Hampton, Marianne Moore
Sixty year data set collected at 7-10 day intervals. Analyzed and described in Hampton et al. 2008
NCEAS Founding & Interim Director Bill Murdoch Elected to National Academy of Sciences
Advancing Ecological Research with Ontologies
Joshua S. Madin, Shawn Bowers, Mark P. Schildhauer and Matthew B. Jones
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23(3) 159-168
Landscape Effects on Crop Pollination Services: Are There General Patterns?
Taylor H. Ricketts, James Regetz, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter, et al.
Ecology Letters 11(5) 499–515
Robert Denno, Entomologist, NCEAS Science Advisory Board
A Global Map of Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems
Benjamin S. Halpern et al. 2008Science 319 (5865) 948-952Link to Website
North Atlantic Register for Marine Species (NARMS)
E. Berghe, C.Cunningham, and M.Costello
NARMS describes species biodiversity of the northern North Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean, and the Black Sea.
Roles of Plant Traits and Nutrient Availability in Predicting Species Invasion
Principal Investigator: Elsa Cleland
Invasive species are a threat to biodiversity and ecosystem services worldwide. This research investigates whether nitrogen addition would allow invasion regardless of functional traits, due to decreased competition for this limiting resource.