REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Saffarinia, P., Anderson, K.E., and D.B. Herbst. 2021. Effects of experimental multi-season drought on abundance, richness, and beta diversity patterns in perennially flowing stream insect communities. Hydrobiologia: doi.org/10.1007/s10750-021-04735-2.

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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