Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100, a Science paper co-authored by Eric Berlow (Sala et al. 2000), was one of The 20 Most-Cited Papers in Environment & Ecology, 1998-2008.

Burgess Shale food webCompilation and network analyses of Cambrian food webs by Jennifer Dunne, Rich Williams, Neo Martinez, and colleagues appeared in the open-access journal PLoS Biology on April 29, 2008 (press release).  The study was reported by Nature, Science, Science Daily, German Public Radio, Folha de S. Paolo (largest circulation Latin America newspaper), The New Mexican, and others. It was selected as a "must read" paper for Faculty of 1000 Biology.

Lab research featured in SFI Bulletin article on Risk in financial markets: learning from nature (Spring 2008).

ecoprints The debt of nations and the distribution of ecological impacts from human activities (plus Supporting Information) by Thara Srinivasan and colleagues appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA on February 5, 2008.  The results of this study have been reported by Nature, Science, BioScience, National Public Radio, World Science, United Press International, The Guardian, The Telegraph, and other newspapers, radio stations, and websites around the world. listed as further reading for Nature essay: Protecting biostructure (Vol. 446, page 29, 3/1/07).

Lab research and food-web image featured in PLoS Biology article: Restoring nature's backbone (June 2006).

Lab research discussed in Boston Globe article: When things get complicated (5/30/04).

Lab icon of ecological complexity chosen as math poster child: Math Awareness Month poster (April 2004).

Research by Lab scientists featured in leading conservation biology magazine Conservation In Practice - Virtual Ecosystems (Fall 2003), with a critique from food-web guru Bob Paine: Letter, with response by Martinez/Dunne (Winter 2003/2004).

Research by Lab scientists featured in the California Academy of Science's California Wild Magazine: Untangled food webs (Winter 2002/2003).

Papers by Lab scientists on "Two degress of separation in complex food webs" and "Food-web structure and network theory" are published back to back in the 2002, Volume 99 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA.  These articles recieve press in a variety of outlets including BBC News, Focus Magazine, PlanetSave Networks, Marin Independent Journal, and SFSU First Monday Newsmakers.

New Scientist, one of the largest circulation popular science magazines, features research by Lab scientists: The weakest link (08/18/01).

Nature publishes "niche model" article by Rich Williams and Neo Martinez and prints FoodWeb3D image of the Little Rock Lake food web as a thumbnail on the cover of the March 9, 2000 edition.  The press release ("Food web theory suggests ecology may be governed by general rules") is picked up by Science Daily and other outlets.