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For a full list and links please see my Google Scholar page.

Qin, G., Anderson, K.E., Cassady, A., Rodriguez, L., Syed, E., and H.M. Regan. 2023. An analysis of threats to endangered animal taxa in California’s freshwater systems. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems aqc.4057.


Cassady, A., Anderson, K.E., Schwabe, K.A., and H.M. Regan. 2023. The intersection of wastewater treatment plants and threatened and endangered species in California, USA watersheds. Water Resources Research 59: e2022WR033976.


Green, M.D., Woodie, C.A., Whitesell, M., and K.E. Anderson. 2023. Long transients and dendritic network structure affect spatial predator–prey dynamics in experimental microcosms. Journal of Animal Ecology 92: 1416–1430.

Hayes, S.M. and K.E. Anderson. 2023. Persistence in spatial multi-species food webs: The conflicting influences of isolated food web feasibility and spatial asynchrony. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 119: 107089.


Saffarinia, P., Anderson, K.E., and K.T. Palenscar. 2022. Effects of urban spatial and temporal heterogeneity on benthic macroinvertebrate and diatom communities. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 196: 57–73. 


Jenerette, G.D., Anderson, K.E., Cadenasso, M.L., Fenn, M., Franklin, J., Goulden, M.L., Larios, L., Pincetl, S., Regan, H.M., Rey, S.J., Santiago, L.S., and A.D. Syphard 2022. An expanded framework for wildland–urban interfaces and their management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20: 516-523.

Green, M.D., Anderson, K.E., Herbst, D.B., and M.J. Spasojevic. 2022. Rethinking biodiversity patterns and processes in stream ecosystems. Ecological Monographs 92: e1520.

Saffarinia, P., Anderson, K.E., and D.B. Herbst. 2022. Effects of experimental multi-season drought on abundance, richness, and beta diversity patterns in perennially flowing stream insect communities. Hydrobiologia 849: 879–897.

Patrick, C.J., Anderson, K.E., Brown, B.L., Hawkins, C.P., Metcalfe, A., Saffarinia, P., Siqueira, T., Swan, C.M., Tonkin, J.D., and L.L. Yuan. 2021. The application of metacommunity theory to the management of riverine ecosystems. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8: e1557.

Anderson, K.E. and A.K. Fahimipour. 2021. Body size dependent dispersal influences stability in heterogeneous metacommunities. Scientific Reports 11: 17410.

Hayes, S.M. and K.E. Anderson. 2020. Predicting pattern formation in multilayer networks. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 82: 1–16.

Fahimipour, A.K., Levin, D.A., and K.E. Anderson. 2019. Omnivory does not preclude strong trophic cascades. Ecosphere 10: e02800.

Rueda-Cediel, P., Anderson, K.E., Regan, T.J., and H.M. Regan. 2018. Effects of uncertainty and variability on population declines and IUCN Red List classifications. Conservation Biology 32: 916–925.

Hayes, S.M. and K.E. Anderson. 2018. Beyond connectivity: how the structure of dispersal influences metacommunity dynamics. Theoretical Ecology 11: 151–159.

Anderson, K.E. and S.M. Hayes. 2018. The effects of dispersal and river spatial structure on asynchrony in consumer–resource metacommunities. Freshwater Biology 63: 100–113.

Fahimipour, A.K., Anderson, K.E. and R.J. Williams. 2017. Compensation masks trophic cascades in complex food webs. Theoretical Ecology 10: 245–253.

Anderson, K.E., Inouye, B.D., and N. Underwood. 2015. Can inducible resistance in plants cause herbivore aggregations? Spatial pattern formation in a model of inducible resistance and herbivore population dynamics. Ecology 96: 2758–2770.

Rueda-Cediel, P., Anderson, K.E., Regan, H.M., Regan, T.J., and J. Franklin. 2015. Tradeoffs between model choice, data quality and quantity when estimating population trends and extinction risk. PLoS ONE 10: e0132255.

Fahimipour, A.K. and K.E. Anderson. 2015. Colonisation rate and flexible foraging control the emergence of trophic cascades. Ecology Letters 18: 826–833.

Sarhad, J., Carlson, R., and K.E. Anderson. 2014. Population persistence in river networks. Journal of Mathematical Biology 69: 401–448.


Anderson, K.E., Paul, A.J., McCauley, E., Jackson, L.J., Post, J.R., and R.M. Nisbet. 2006. Instream flow needs in streams and rivers: the importance of understanding ecological dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4: 309–318.

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