Murray F. Buell Award

Initiated in 1977, the Murray F. Buell Award is given annually for the outstanding paper presented orally at the Annual Meeting of the Society by an undergraduate or graduate student or a person with a doctorate who has defended their thesis within the previous nine months.

Year
Full Name
Last Name
ESA Bulletin
Citation
Honorable Mentions
YearFull.NameLast.NameESA.BulletinCitationHonorable.Mentions
1948Herbert Christian HansenHansenPostglacial forest succession, climate and chronology in the Pacific Northwest.Transactions, American Philosophical Society 37:1-30.
1949Edsko Jerry DyksterhuisDyksterhuisThe vegetation of the western Cross Timbers.Ecological Monographs 18:325-376.
1950Henry Sheldon FitchFitchOutline for ecological life history studies of reptiles.Ecology 30:520-532.
1951Helmut Karl BuechnerBuechnerLife history, ecology, and range use in the pronghorn antelope in Trans-Pecos Texas.American Midland Naturalist 43:257-354
1952Robert Baxter PlattPlattAn ecological study of the Mid-Appalachian shale barrens and of the plants endemic to them.Ecological Monographs 21:269-300.
1953Frank AloisAloisEcological overlap and interspecific strife in breeding populations of Anna and Allen hummingbirds.Ecology 32:641-661.
1954Frederick Herbert BormannBormannFactors determining the role of loblolly pine and sweetgum in early old-field succession in the Piedmont of North Carolina.Ecological Monographs 23:339-358.
1954Henry Shoemaker ConardConard
1955Shelby Delos GerkingGerkingThe food turnover of a bluegill population.Ecology 35:490-498.
1955Albert Hazen WrightWright
1956Eugene Pleasants OdumOdumTrophic structure and productivity of a windward coral reef community on Eniwetok Atoll.Ecological Monographs 25:291-320.
1956Howard Thomas OdumOdumTrophic structure and productivity of a windward coral reef community on Eniwetok Atoll.Ecological Monographs 25:291-320.
1956George Burton RiggRigg
1957John Jermyn ChristianChristianA drenal and reproductive responses to population size in mice from freely growing populations.Ecology37:258-273.
1957Karl Patterson SchmidtSchmidt
1958Jerry S. OlsonOlsonRates of succession and soil changes on southern Lake Michigan sand dunes.Botanical Gazette 119:125-170.
1958Arthur William SampsonSampson
1959Robert Helmer MacArthurMacArthurPoulation ecology of some warblers of northeastern coniferous forests.Ecology 39:599-619.
1959Henry Allan GleasonGleason
1960Calvin McMillanMcMillanThe role of ecotypic variation in the distribution of the central grassland of North America.Ecological Monographs 29:285-308.
1960Walter Pace CottamCottam
1961Robert Allen NorrisNorrisDensity, racial composition, sociality, and selective predation in nonbreeding populations of Savannah sparrows.Bird Banding 31(4):173-216.
1961Charles Sutherlan EltonElton
1962William Dwight BillingsBillingsComparative physiological ecology of arctic and alpine populations of Oxyria digyna. Ecological Monographs 31:1-29.
1962Harold A. MooneyMooneyComparative physiological ecology of arctic and alpine populations of Oxyria digyna. Ecological Monographs 31:1-29.
1962George Evelyn HutchinsonHutchinson
1963Joseph H. ConnellConnellEffects of competition, predation by Thais lapillus, and other factors on natural populations of the barnacle Balanus balanoides .Ecological Monographs 31:61-104.
1963William Skinner CooperCooper
1964Orie Lipton LoucksLoucksOrdinating forest communities by means of environmental scalars and phytosociological indices .Ecological Monographs 32:137-166.
1964Lee Raymond DiceDice
1965Kenneth Stafford NorrisNorrisThe functions of temperature in the ecology of the percoid fish Girella nigricans (Ayres).Ecological Monographs 33:23-62.
1965Paul Bigelow SearsSears
1966Crawford Stanley HollingHollingThe functional response of predators to prey density and its role in mimicry and population regulation.Memoirs, Entomological Society of Canada 45:3-60.
1966Alfred Clarence RedfieldRedfield
1967William Albert NieringNieringVegetation of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona:A gradient analysis of the south slope.Ecology 46:429-452.
1967Alfred Edwards EmersonEmerson
1968Edward BroadheadBroadheadLinkMesopsocus populations on larch in England -- the distribution and dynamics of two closely-related coexisting species of Psocoptera sharing the same food resource.Ecological Monographs 36:327-388.
1968Anthony WapshereWapshereLinkMesopsocus populations on larch in England -- the distribution and dynamics of two closely-related coexisting species of Psocoptera sharing the same food resource.Ecological Monographs 36:327-388.
1968Robert Harding WhittakerWhittakerVegetation of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona:A gradient analysis of the south slope.Ecology 46:429-452.
1968Victor Ernest ShelfordShelford
1969Lynn WhiteWhiteLinkThe historical roots of our ecological crisis. Science 155:1203-1207.
1969Stanley Adair CainCain
1970Murray Fife BuellBuellLink
1971Daniel S. Simberloff and Edward Osborne WilsonWilsonExperimental zoogeography of islands: defaunation and monitoring techniques. Ecology 50:267-278. & Experimental zoogeography of islands: the colonization of empty islands. Ecology 50:278-296. & Experimental zoogeography of islands: a two-year record of colonization. Ecology 51:934-937.
1971Thomas ParkParkLink
1972Joel Ephraim CohenCohenA Markov contingency-table model for replicated Lotka-Volterra systems near equilibrium. American Naturalist 104:547-560.
1972Ruth Myrtle PatrickPatrick
1973Carl Frederick JordanJordanLinkRelative stability of mineral cycles in forest ecosystems. American Naturalist 106:237-253.
1973Robert Helmer MacArthur  MacArthur  Link
1974Paul K DaytonDaytonLinkCompetition, disturbance, and community organization: the provi­sion and subsequent utilization of space in a rocky intertidal community. Ecological Monographs 41:351-389.
1974Eugene Pleasants OdumOdum
1975Peter L. MarksMarksThe role of pin cherry ( Prunus pensylvanica L.) in the maintenance of stability in northern hardwood ecosystems.Ecological Monographs 44:73-88.
1975Jack MajorMajor
1975Cornelius Herman Muller  Muller  Link
1976William E. NeillNeillExperimental studies of microcrustacean competition, community composition and efficiency of resource utilization.Ecology 56:809-826.
1976George Sprugel Jr. Sprugel
1976Alton Anthony LindsayLindsay
1977Douglas George SprugelSprugelDynamic structure of wave-regenerated Abies balsamea forests in the north-eastern United States.Journal of Ecology 64:889-911.
1977Walton Byron McDougall  McDougall  
1977James R. EhleringerEhleringerThe implication of quantum yield on the distribution of C3 and C4 grasses. Abstract not published
1978Earl Edward WernerWernerSpecies packing and niche complementarity in three sunfishes. The American Naturalist 111:553-578.
1978Frank Edwin EglerEgler
1978Samuel Charles KendeighKendeigh
1978Paul A. DelcourtDelcourtGoshen Springs, Alabama:  Late Quaternary plant-fossil records for the Gulf Coastal Plain.  Bulletin   59:97.
1979Jane LubchencoLubchencoCommunity development and persistence in a low rocky intertidal zone.Ecological Monographs 48:67-94.
1979Bruce Allen MengeMengeCommunity development and persistence in a low rocky intertidal zone.Ecological Monographs 48:67-94.
1979Paul Guy PearsonPearson
1979Forest Walden StearnsStearns
1979Rexford F. DaubenmireDaubenmire
1979John DaceyDaceyA physical pump circulates air through the yellow waterlily.  Bulletin 60:95.
1980Thomas G. WhithamWhithamHabitat selection by Pemphigus aphids in response to resource limitation and competition.Ecology 59:1164-1176.
1980Donald Ward TinkleTinkle
1980Andrew SihSihOptimal foraging and the need to avoid predators. Bulletin 61:109.
1981Wayne P. SousaSousaExperimental investigations of disturbance and ecological succession in a rocky intertidal algal community.Ecological Monographs 49:227-254.
1981William Dwight BillingsBillings
1981Robert Harding WhittakerWhittaker
1981Becky J. BrownBrownProductivity and herbivory in high and low diversity tropical successional ecosystems.  Bulletin  62:166.
1982Svata M. LoudaLoudaDistribution ecology: variation in plant recruitment over a gradient in relation to insect seed predation.Ecological Monographs 52:25-41.
1982Paul Guy PearsonPearson
1982John Frederick ReedReed
1982Edward Smith Deevey Jr.Deevey
1982Deanna J. StouderStouderEffects of a severe weather disturbance on the foraging pattern by a guild of five temperate reef surfperches.  Bulletin  63:124-125.
1983Kenneth P. SebensSebensLimits to indeterminate growth: an optimal size model applied to passive suspension feeders.Ecology 63:209-222
1983David Grover FreyFrey
1983Walles Thomas EdmondsonEdmondson
1983Robert Treat PainePaineEcological determinism in the competition for space.Ecology 65:1339-1348.
1983Elaine M. BirkBirkNitrogen availability, N cycling and N use efficiency on the Savannah River Plant.  Bulletin   64:93.
1984Phyllis D. ColeyColeyHerbivory and defensive characteristics of tree species in low-land tropical forest.Ecological Monographs 53:209-233.
1984Arthur Wells CooperCooper
1984John Lander HarperHarper
1984Robert McCreadie MayMayThe search for patterns in the balance of nature: advances and retreats. Ecology 67:1115-1126.
1984Stephen R. PalumbiPalumbiEvolution of phenotypic plasticity:  evidence that the jack of all trades is master of none.  Bulletin 65:268.
1985William H. RommeRommeFire and landscape diversity in subalpine forests of Yellowstone National Park. Ecological Monographs52:199–221.
1985Peter J. MorinMorinPredation, competition, and the composition of larval anuran guilds.Ecological Monographs 53:119-138.
1985Stanley Irving AuerbachAuerbach
1985Josephine K. Doherty Doherty 
1985Joseph H. ConnellConnell
1985Sir Thomas Richard EdmundEdmund
1985Thomas Richard EdmundEdmund
1985Eduardo Hugo RapaportRapaport
1985Heinrich WalterWalter
1985Deborah O. RaphaelRaphaelParent-ramet interconnections: effect on water relations and ramet survival for a desert perennial. Bulletin   66:252.
1986Edward A. JohnsonJohnsonVegetation organization and dynamics of lichen woodland communities in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Ecology 62:200–215.
1986Douglas William SchemskeSchemskePopulation structure and local selection in Impatiens pallida (Balsaminaceae), a selfing annual.Evolution 38:817-832.
1986Frank William PrestonPreston
1986Evelyn Christine PielouPielou
1986Jaroslav HrbácekHrbácek
1986Makoto NumataNumata
1986Thomas William SchoenerSchoenerFood webs from the small to the large.Ecology70:1559-1589.
1986Kate Lajtha Lajtha Biogeochemistry of phosphorus cycling along a calcareous desert soil chronosequence . Bulletin   67:147.Colleen K. Kelly, Christopher F. Sacchi, Sharon Y. Strauss 
1987Ronald P. NeilsonNeilsonBiogeography of two southwest American oaks in relation to atmospheric dynamics. Journal of Biogeography 10:275–297.
1987Leroy H. WullsteinWullsteinBiogeography of two southwest American oaks in relation to atmospheric dynamics. Journal of Biogeography 10:275–297.
1987Curtis M. LivelyLivelyCompetition, comparative life histories, and maintenance of shell dimorphism in a barnacle.Ecology 67:858-864. & Predator-induced shell dimorphism in the acorn barnacle Chthamalus anisopoma. Evolution 40:232–242.
1987Francis Cope EvansEvans
1987Archie Fairly Carr Jr.Carr
1987Ernesto MedinaMedina
1987Ramón MargalefMargalef
1987Sharon Y. Strauss Strauss Effects of herbivory by two different herbivores on the susceptibility of smooth sumac to abiotic factors .  Bulletin   68:424.Susan Mopper, Shahid Naeem
1988James Samuel ClarkClarkDynamism in the barrier-beach vegetation of Great South Beach, New York. Ecological Monographs56:97–126.
1988May Roberta BerenbaumBerenbaumConstraints on chemical coevolution: wild parsnips and the parsnip webworm.Evolution 40:1215-1228 .
1988Nancy L. Munn Munn Substrate-specific nutrient uptake in two small streams: an intersite comparison. Abstract not published
1988Robert Lewis BurgessBurgess
1988Herbert Groves AndrewarthaAndrewartha
1988Louis Charles BirchBirch
1988José Sarukhán KermesKermes
1988Leonid Efimovich RodinRodin
1988Simon Asher LevinLevinThe problem of pattern and scale in ecology. Ecology73:1943-1967.
1988Shahid Naeem Naeem Resource-mediated interactions can structure arthropod assemblages in Heliconia wagnerianamicrocosms.  Bulletin   69:244.Neil Cobb, Michele Holbrook
1989David TilmanTilmanPlant strategies and the dynamics and structure of plant communities . Princeton University Press.
1989Russell J. SchmittSchmittIndirect interactions between prey; apparent competition, predator aggregation, and habitat segregation.Ecology 68:1887-1897.
1989Silvia I. Strauss-Debenedetti Strauss-Debenedetti Responses to light in tropical Moraceae of different successional stages. Bulletin 70 (Suppl): 274.
1989Ralph Edward GoodGood
1989George Christopher WilliamsWilliams
1989Don R. Levitan Levitan The effect of body size regulation on the population ecology of the sea urchin Diadema antillarum. Bulletin   70(Suppl):181.Martha E. Mather, Robert D. Podolsky
1990James C. RitchieRitchiePostglacial vegetation of Canada . Cambridge University Press.
1990Richard KarbanKarbanCommunity organization of Erigeron glaucus folivores: effects of competition, predation, and host plant.Ecology 70:1028-1039.
1990Barbara A. Roy Roy Pollinator theft by a fungus. Bulletin 71(Suppl): 309.
1990Donald Buermann LawrenceLawrence
1990William Edwin RickerRicker
1990Juan Carlos CastillaCastilla
1990William M. MurdochMurdochPopulation regulation in theory and practice. Ecology75:271-287.
1990Robert B. Jackson Jackson Rapid physiological adjustment of roots to localized soil enrichment.  Bulletin  71(Suppl):200.Pierre O. Berner, Reuven Josef
1991F. Ian WoodwardWoodwardClimate and plant distribution . Cambridge University Press.
1991James Samuel ClarkClarkFire and climate change during the last 750 yr in northwestern Minnesota.Ecological Monographs 60:135-159.
1991Amy Daum Rosemond Rosemond An autumnal shift from herbivory to detritivory in a woodland stream and the consequent effects on the algae. Bulletin 72 (Suppl): 234.
1991William Dwight BillingsBillings
1991Nelson George HairstonHairston
1991Lisa J. Petit Petit Habitat selection by Prothonotary Warblers: A test of the Fretwell-Lucas models.  Bulletin   72(Suppl):218-219.Erik P. Hemerlynck, Nancy Collins Johnson
1992Peter Morrison VitousekVitousekBiological invasion by Myrica faya in Hawaii: plant demography, nitrogen fixation, ecosystem effects.Ecological Monographs 59:247–265.
1992Kirk O. WinemillerWinemillerSpatial and temporal variation in tropical fish trophic networks. Ecological Monographs 60:331-367.
1992Jennifer H. MatteiMatteiCost and benefits of chemical defense production inBrassica cultivars. Bulletin 73 (Suppl): 264.
1992Frank Alois PitelkaPitelka
1992Syunro UtidaUtidaLink
1992Peter Morrison VitousekVitousekBeyond global warming: ecology and global change.Ecology 75:1861-1876.
1992Sarah E. Hobbie Hobbie Increased temperatures in Alaskan tussock tundra result in enhanced net ecosystem CO2 uptake. Bulletin   73(Suppl):209.Catherine E. Pake, Collette M. St. Mary, Fernando E. Vega
1993Cliff R. HuppHuppRiparian vegetation recovery patterns following stream channelization: a geomorphic perspective.Ecology 73:1209–1226.
1993Naomi CappuccinoCappuccinoThe nature of population stability in Eurosta solidaginis , a nonoutbreaking herbivore of goldenrod.Ecology 73:1792-1801.
1993Rebecca A. Reed Reed Nutrient supply available to species colonizing gaps in chalk grassland. Bulletin 74 (Suppl): 404.
1993Paul Gillan RisserRisser
1993Margaret Bryan DavisDavis
1993Enrique H. BucherBucher
1993M. Denise Dearing Dearing The manipulation of secondary compounds by the North American pika.  Bulletin 74(Suppl):210.Ann L. Herzig , Suzanne E. Worchester, James B. Ferrari
1994Alwyn H. GentryGentryDiversity and floristic composition of lowland tropical forest in Africa and South America.  In P. Goldblatt (ed.).  Biological relationships between Africa and South America .  Chapter 17, pp.500-547.  Yale University Press, New Haven, CT (1993).
1994J. Timothy WoottonWoottonIndirect effects and habitat use in an intertidal community: interaction chains and interaction modification.The American Naturalist 141:71-89. 1991
1994Karen L. Kandl Kandl Inbreeding, family, and genotype affect environmental tolerance of mosquitofish. Bulletin 75 (Suppl): 105.
1994Duncan Theunissen PattenPatten
1994Edward Osborne WilsonWilson
1994Henry Miles WilburWilburExperimental ecology of food webs: complex systems in temporary ponds. Ecology 78:2279-2302.
1994Michael J. Childress Childress The ontogenetic habitat shift of juvenile Caribbean spiny lobsters: a test of the growth-mortality trade-off. Bulletin   75(Suppl):36.Milan C. Vavrek
1995Joseph R. McAuliffeMcAuliffeLandscape evolution, soil formation, and ecological patterns and processes in Sonoran Desert bajadas.Ecological Monographs 64:111–247.
1995Shahid NaeemNaeemDeclining biodiversity can alter the performance of ecosystems. Nature 368:734-737.
1995Stephan M. Ogle Ogle Exotic plant invasion and ecosystem features at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota.
1995Robert Krug PeetPeet
1995Frederick Herbert Bormann   Bormann   
1995Gene Elden LikensLikens
1995Zbigniew Maciej GliwiczGliwicz
1995Sally D. Hacker Hacker Keystone plants: community consequences of a positive plant interaction.Carla E. Cáceres, Robert E. Espinoza, William T. Pockman
1996W. Carter JohnsonJohnsonWoodland expansion in the Platte River, Nebraska: patterns and causes.  Ecological Monographs64:45–84.
1996Lars HedinHedinPatterns of nutrient loss from unpolluted, old-growth temperate forests: evaluation of biogeochemical theory. Ecology 76:493-509.
1996Andrew P. BeckermanBeckermanMechanistic competition experiments: an included niche scenario for two grasshopper species in an old field community.
1996Lee Norman MillerMiller
1996Harold A. Mooney Mooney 
1996Stephan UlfstrandUlfstrand
1996David TilmanTilmanThe ecological consequences of changes in biodiversity: A search for general principles. Ecology80:1455-1474.
1996Sara C. Hotchkiss Hotchkiss A 29,000-year record of vegetation and fire history from Kohala Mountain, Hawaii.Gary A. Krupnick, Nora C. Underwood
1997Christopher C. FastieFastieCauses and ecosystem consequences of multiple pathways of primary succession at Glacier Bay, Alaska. Ecology 76:1899–1916.
1997Charles D. CanhamCanhamForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997Richard K. KobeKobeForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997Stephen W. PacalaPacalaForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997Eric RibbensRibbensForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997John SaponaraSaponaraForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997John SilanderSilanderForest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis, and dynamics. Ecological Monographs 66:1-44.
1997Caren C. DymondDymondSubalpine community composition along topographically modeled resource gradients in a South Eastern Canadian Rockies watershed.
1997Jane LubchencoLubchenco
1997Frances Crews JamesJames
1997J. Philip GrimeGrime
1997Paul GrogonGrogonBelowground CO 2 flux in Alaskan tundra: effects of climate and vegetation type with regional extrapolation.
1997Steven S. Perakis Perakis Nitrogen-starved forest retain tracer-level additions of 15 N.Rebecca Ostertag
1998Lisa J. GraumlichGraumlichLinkHolocene dynamics of treeline forests in the Sierra Nevada. Ecology 78:1199–1210.
1998Andrea H. LloydLloydLinkHolocene dynamics of treeline forests in the Sierra Nevada. Ecology 78:1199–1210.
1998John P. BuonaccorsiBuonaccorsiLinkHost heterogeneity in susceptibility and disease dynamics: tests of a mathematical model.The American Naturalist 150:685-707.
1998Greg DwyerDwyerLinkHost heterogeneity in susceptibility and disease dynamics: tests of a mathematical model.The American Naturalist 150:685-707.
1998Joseph S. ElkintonElkintonLinkHost heterogeneity in susceptibility and disease dynamics: tests of a mathematical model.The American Naturalist 150:685-707.
1998Kara L. WebsterWebsterLinkThe population dynamics of limber pine (Pinus flexilis) in the Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains.
1998Simon Asher LevinLevinLink
1998Gordon Howell Orians Orians Link
1998Henri DecampsDecampsLink
1998Robert V. O'NeillO'NeillLinkIs it time to bury the ecosystem concept? (With full military honors, of course!). Ecology 82:3275-3284.
1998Valerie T. Eviner Eviner LinkEffects of plant species, elevated CO2, and nutrients on microbial substrate utilization patterns.Anurag A. Agrawal , David A. Boughton
1999Dominique ArseneaultArseneaultLinkLandscape change following deforestation at the arctic tree line in Québec, Canada. Ecology 78:693–706.
1999Serge PayettePayetteLinkLandscape change following deforestation at the arctic tree line in Québec, Canada. Ecology 78:693–706.
1999Mark A. McPeekMcPeekLinkThe Consequences of changing the top predator in a food web: a comparative experimental approach.Ecological Monographs 68:1-23.
1999Dylan PerryPerryLinkMacrogeographic variation in fecundity, offspring size and host plant use in a polyphagous moth.
1999Robert Knight ColwellColwellLink
1999Crawford Stanley HollingHollingLink
1999John Robert LewisLewisLink
1999Lynn AdlerAdlerLinkAlkaloids increase plant fitness via reduced herbivory and increased pollination.
2000Paul K DaytonDaytonLinkTemporal and spatial scales of kelp demography: the role of oceanographic climate.  Ecological Monographs 69:219–250.
2000Peter EdwardsEdwardsLinkTemporal and spatial scales of kelp demography: the role of oceanographic climate.  Ecological Monographs 69:219–250.
2000Kristin RiserRiserLinkTemporal and spatial scales of kelp demography: the role of oceanographic climate.  Ecological Monographs 69:219–250.
2000Mia TegnerTegnerLinkTemporal and spatial scales of kelp demography: the role of oceanographic climate.  Ecological Monographs 69:219–250.
2000David HooperHooperLinkEffects of plant composition and diversity on nutrient cycling. Ecological Monographs 68:121-149.
2000David E. LytleLytleLinkConstraints on forest regrowth following 19th century clear-cutting and fire.
2000William Robertson IVRobertsonLink
2000Robert Treat PainePaineLink
2000Norman Owen-SmithOwen-SmithLink
2000Stephen Russell CarpenterCarpenterLinkEcological futures: building an ecology of the long now. Ecology 83:2069-2083.
2000Peter FeinsingerFeinsingerLink
2000Jennifer KlugKlugLinkInteractions between bacteria and phytoplankton affect algal response to nutrients and dissolved organic matter.
2001Julio BetancourtBetancourtMesoscale disturbance and ecological response to decadal climate variability in the American Southwest. Journal of Climate 11:3128–3147.
2001Thomas SwetnamSwetnamMesoscale disturbance and ecological response to decadal climate variability in the American Southwest. Journal of Climate 11:3128–3147.
2001Brian EnquistEnquistLinkAllometric scaling of production and life-history variation in vascular plants. Nature 408:750
2001Antonio GolubskiGolubskiLinkMultiple partners: possible impacts on mycorrhizal community dynamics and diversity.
2001Louis Frank PitelkaPitelkaLink
2001Paul Ralph EhrlichEhrlichLink
2001Madhav GadgilGadgilLink
2001James Hemphill BrownBrownLink
2001Melinda SmithSmithLinkLoss of subordinate species affects productivity of C4-dominated grassland.
2002M. AulestiaAulestiaLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002C.E. CernCernLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002D. A. NeillNeillLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002P.V. NunezNunezLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002W.E PalaciosPalaciosLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002Nigel C.A. PitmanPitmanLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002M. R. SilmanSilmanLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002J.W. TerborghTerborghLinkDominance and distribution of tree species in upper Amazonian terra firme forests. Ecology 82:2101–2117.
2002Jonathan LevineLevineLinkSpecies Diversity and Biological Invasions: Relating Local Process to Community Pattern. Science 288: 852-854.
2002Timothy L. DicksonDicksonLinkConstraints on plant diversity at high productivity: isolating the role of light limitation.
2002H. Ronald PulliamPulliamLink
2002Charles J. KrebsKrebsLink
2002Carlos HerreraHerreraLink
2002James Hemphill BrownBrownLinkJ.H. Brown, J.F. Gillooly, A.P. Allen, V.M. Savage, and G.B. West. Toward a metabolic theory of ecology.Ecology 85:1771-1789.
2002Margaret D. LowmanLowmanLink
2002Jacqueline E. MohanMohanLinkDo evolutionary legacies impact ecosystem functioning? Genetic variation in decomposition responses to atmospheric CO2.
2003David R. FosterFosterLinkLand-use history as long-term broad-scale disturbance: regional forest dynamics in central New England. Ecosystems 1:96–119.
2003Glenn MotzkinMotzkinLinkLand-use history as long-term broad-scale disturbance: regional forest dynamics in central New England. Ecosystems 1:96–119.
2003Benjamin SlaterSlaterLinkLand-use history as long-term broad-scale disturbance: regional forest dynamics in central New England. Ecosystems 1:96–119.
2003Jean M.L. RichardsonRichardsonLinkThe relative roles of adaptation and phylogeny in determination of larval traits in diversifying Anuran lineages. American Naturalist 157: 282-299.
2003Sean T. MichaletzMichaletzLinkA process based approach for predicting surface fire effects on trees.
2003Allen M. SolomonSolomonLink
2003Richard Bruce RootRootLink
2003Alan R. BerkowitzBerkowitzLink
2003James Vonesh Vonesh LinkMulti-predator effects across life-history stages: non-additivity of egg- and larval-stage predation in an African treefrog.Nicholas S. G. Williams
2004Bryan N. ShumanShumanLinkDissimilarity analyses of Late-Quaternary vegetation and climate in eastern North America.  Ecology82:3346-3362.
2004Thompson Webb IIIWebbLinkDissimilarity analyses of Late-Quaternary vegetation and climate in eastern North America.  Ecology82:3346-3362.
2004John W. WilliamsWilliamsLinkDissimilarity analyses of Late-Quaternary vegetation and climate in eastern North America.  Ecology82:3346-3362.
2004Heather FriedFriedLinkBiodiversity, Invasion Resistance, and Marine Ecosystem Function: Reconciling Pattern and Process. Ecology 83:2575-2590.
2004Richard OsmanOsmanLinkBiodiversity, Invasion Resistance, and Marine Ecosystem Function: Reconciling Pattern and Process. Ecology 83:2575-2590.
2004Robert WhitlatchWhitlatchLinkBiodiversity, Invasion Resistance, and Marine Ecosystem Function: Reconciling Pattern and Process. Ecology 83:2575-2590.
2004Marten SchefferSchefferLinkCatastrophic shifts in ecosystems. Nature 413: 591-596.
2004Steve CarpenterCarpenterLinkCatastrophic shifts in ecosystems. Nature 413: 591-596.
2004Jonathan FoleyFoleyLinkCatastrophic shifts in ecosystems. Nature 413: 591-596.
2004Carl FolkeFolkeLinkCatastrophic shifts in ecosystems. Nature 413: 591-596.
2004Brian WalkerWalkerLinkCatastrophic shifts in ecosystems. Nature 413: 591-596.
2004Pedro FlombaumFlombaumLinkThe role of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: a removal experiment in the Patagonian steppe, Argentina.
2004O. James ReichmanReichmanLink
2004Samuel Joseph McNaughtonMcNaughtonLink
2004May Roberta BerenbaumBerenbaumLink
2004Richard Bruce RootRootLink
2004Cynthia Hays Hays LinkEcological consequences of gene flow in an intertidal alga.Jennifer Lau , Jason S. McLachlan , Louie H. Yang
2005Linda BrubakerBrubakerLinkHolocene fire history of a coastal temperate rain forest based on soil charcoal radiocarbon dates. Ecology 84:186–201.
2005Daniel GavinGavinLinkHolocene fire history of a coastal temperate rain forest based on soil charcoal radiocarbon dates. Ecology 84:186–201.
2005Kenneth LertzmanLertzmanLinkHolocene fire history of a coastal temperate rain forest based on soil charcoal radiocarbon dates. Ecology 84:186–201.
2005Daniel BolnickBolnickLinkThe ecology of individuals: incidence and implications of individual specialization. American Naturalist 161: 1-28.
2005John H. DavisDavisLinkThe ecology of individuals: incidence and implications of individual specialization. American Naturalist 161: 1-28.
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