socio-ecological systems as trophic networks

Beisner, B., J. Hovius, A Hayward, T.N. Romanuk, and J. Kolasa.   2006.
Environmental productivity and biodiversity effects on colonization: evidence for a sampling effect in rock pool invertebrate communities.
Biological Invasions 8:655-664.

Beisner, B.E., and T.N. Romanuk.  2005.
Diversity, productivity, and invasibility relationships in rock pool food webs.
Pages 3221-333 in Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies Assemblages, Ecosystem Development and Environmental Change. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore, eds.  Academic Press.

Berlow, E.L. 1997.
From canalization to contingency: historical effects in a successional rocky intertidal community.
Ecological Monographs 67:435-460.

Berlow, E.L.  1999.
Strong effects of weak interactions in ecological communities.
Nature 398:300-334.

Berlow, E.L., J.A. Dunne, N.D. Martinez, P.B. Stark, R.J. Williams, and U. Brose.  2009.
Simple prediction of interaction strengths in complex food webs. (Supporting Information and Appendix)
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106:187-191.

Berlow, E.L., and S.A. Navarrete. 1997.
Spatial and temporal variation in rocky intertidal community organization: lessons from repeating field experiments.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 214:195-229.

Berlow, E.L., S.A. Navarrete, C.J. Briggs, M.E. Power, and B.A. Menge. 1999.
Quantifying variation in the strengths of species interactions.
Ecology 80:2206-2224.

Fuller, M., T.N. Romanuk, and J. Kolasa.  2005.
Effects of predation and variation in species relative abundance on the parameters of neutral models.
Community Ecology 6:229-240.

Kolasa, J., and T.N. Romanuk.  2005.
Assembly of unequals in the unequal world of a rock pool metacommunity.

Pages 212-232 in Metacommunities: Spatial Dynamics and Ecological Communities. M. Holyoak, M.A. Leibold, and R.D. Holt, eds. University of Chacgo Press.

Navarrete, S.A., and E.L. Berlow.  2006.
Variable interaction strengths stabilize marine community pattern.
Ecology Letters 9:526-536.

Romanuk, T.N., B. Beisner, N.D. Martinez, and J. Kolasa.  2006.
Non-omnivorous generality promotes population stability.
Biology Letters 2:374-377.

Romanuk, T.N., and J. Kolasa. 2001.
Simplifying the complexity of temporal diversity dynamics: a differentiation approach.
Ecoscience 8:259-263.

Romanuk, T.N., and J. Kolasa. 2002.
Abundance and species richness in natural aquatic habitats: a test and a refinement of the Niche-Limitation Hypothesis.
Community Ecology 3:87-94.

Romanuk, T.N., and J. Kolasa. 2002.
Environmental variability alters the relationship between species richness and community variability in natural rock pool microcosms.
Ecoscience 9:55-62.

Romanuk, T.N., and J. Kolasa.  2004.
Population variability is lower in diverse rock pools when the obscuring effects of local processes are removed.
Ecoscience 11:455-462.

Romanuk, T.N., and J. Kolasa.  2005.
Resource limitation, biodiversity, and competitive effects interact to determine the invasibility of rock pool microcosms.
Biological Invasions 7:711-722.

Romanuk, T.N., and C.D. Levings.  2005.
Stable isotope analysis of trophic position and terrestrial vs marine carbon sources for juvenile Pacific salmonids in nearshore marine habitats.
Fisheries Management and Ecology 12:113-121.

Romanuk, T.N. and C.D. Levings.  2006.
Relationships between fish and supralittoral vegetation in nearshore marine habitats.
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16:115-132.

Romanuk, TN., and C.D. Levings. 2010.
Reciprocal subsidies and food web pathways leading to chum salmon fry in a temperate marine-terrestrial ecotone.
PLoS ONE 5:e10073.

Romanuk, T.N., R.J. Vogt, and J. Kolasa.  2006.
Eutrophication weakens the stabilizing effect of diversity on community and population variability.
Oikos 114:291-302.

Romanuk, T.N., R.J. Vogt, and J. Kolasa.  2009.
Ecological realism and mechanisms by which diversity begets stability.
Oikos 118:819-828. 

Romanuk, T.N., R.J. Vogt, A. Young, C. Tuck, and M.W. Carscallen. 2010.
Maintenance of positive diversity-stability relations along a gradient of environmental stress.
PLoS ONE 5:e10378.

Russell, R.B., S.A. Wood, G. Allison, and B.A. Menge. 2006.
Scale, environment, and trophic status: the context-dependency of community saturation in rocky intertidal communities.
American Naturalist 167: 158–170.

Schiel, D.R., S.A. Wood, R.A. Dunmore, and D.I. Taylor. 2006.
Sediment on rocky intertidal reefs: effects on early post-settlement stages of habitat-forming seaweeds.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 331:158–172.

Schoch, G.C., B.A. Menge, G. Allison, M. Kavanaugh, S.A. Thompson, and S.A. Wood. 2006.
Fifteen degrees of separation: latitudinal gradients of rocky intertidal biota along the California Current.
Limnology and Oceanography 51:2564–2585.

Srivastava, D.S., J. Kolasa, J. Bengtsson, A. Gonzales, S.P. Lawler, T.E. Miller, P. Munguia, T.N. Romanuk, D.C. Schneider, and M.K. Trzcinski.  2004.
Are natural microcosms useful model systems for ecology?
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:379-384.

Vogt, R., T.N. Romanuk, and J. Kolasa.  2006.
Species richness-variability relationships in multi-trophic aquatic microcosms.
Oikos 113:55-66.

Wood, S.A., S.A. Lilley, D.R. Schiel, and J.B. Shurin. 2010.
Organismal traits are more important than environment for species interactions in the intertidal zone.
Ecology Letters 13:1160-1171.