socio-ecological systems as trophic networks

Bauer, K., E.L. Berlow, and C.M. D'Antonio. 2002.
The relationship between climate and Rothrock sagebrush colonization patterns.
Journal of Range Management 55:620-625.

Berlow, E.L., C.M. D'Antonio, and S.A. Reynolds. 2002.
Shrub expansion in montane meadows: the interaction of local-scale disturbance and site aridity.
Ecological Applications 12:1103-1118.

Berlow, E.L., C.M. D'Antonio, and H. Swartz. 2003.
Response of herbs to shrub removal across natural and experimental variation in soil moisture.
Ecological Applications 13: 1375-1387.

Brose, U. 2001.
Relative importance of isolation, area and habitat heterogeneity for vascular plant species richness of temporary wetlands in East-German farmland.
Ecography 24:722-730.

Brose, U. 2002.
Estimating species richness of pitfall catches by non-parametric estimators.
Pedobiologia 46:101-107.

Brose, U. 2003.
Bottom-up control of carabid beetle communities in early successional wetlands: mediated by vegetation structure or plant diversity?
Oecologia 135: 407-413.

Brose, U. 2003.
Regional diversity of temporary wetland carabid beetle communities: a matter of landscape features or cultivation intensity?
Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 98:163-167

Brose, U. 2003.
Island biogeography of temporary wetland's carabid beetle communities.
Journal of Biogeography 30:879-888.

Brose, U., and N.D. Martinez. 2004.
Estimating the richness of species with variable mobility.
Oikos 105:292-300.

Brose, U., N.D. Martinez, and R.J. Williams. 2003.
Estimating species richness: sensitivity to sample coverage and insensitivity to spatial patterns.
Ecology 84:2364-2377.

Brose, U., and K. Tielborger.  2005.
Subtle differences in environemental stress along a flooding gradient affect the importance of inter-specific competition in an annual plant community.
Plant Ecology 178:51-59..

Darrouzet-Nardi, A., C.M. D'Antonio, and E.L. Berlow.  2008.
Effects of young invading Artemisia rothrockii shrubs on soil water, soil nitrogen cycling, and resident herbs.
Journal of Vegetation Science 19: 23-30.

Dunne, J.A., J. Harte, and K.J. Taylor. 2003.
Subalpine meadow flowering phenology responses to climate change: integrating experimental and gradient methods.
Ecological Monographs 73:69-86.

Dunne, J.A., and V.T. Parker. 1999.
Species-mediated soil moisture availability and patchy establishment of Pseudotsuga menziesii in chaparral.
Oecologia 119:36-45.

Dunne, J.A., S.R. Saleska, M.L. Fischer, and J. Harte. 2004.
Integrating experimental and gradient methods in ecological climate change research.
Ecology 85:904-916.

Otto, S.B., E.L. Berlow, N.E. Rand, J. Smiley, and U. Brose.  2008.
Predator diversity and identity drive interaction strength and trophic cascades in a food web.
Ecology 89:134-144.

Rall, B.C., G. Kalinkat, D. Ott, O. Vucic-Pestic, and U. Brose. 2011.
Taxonomic versus allometric constraints on non-linear interaction strengths.
Oikos 120:483-492.
doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2010.18860.x

Saleska, S.R., M.R. Shaw, M.L. Fischer, J.A. Dunne, C.J. Still, M.L. Holman, J. Harte. 2002.
Plant community composition mediates both large transient decline and predicted long-term recovery of soil carbon under climate warming.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16:1055.

Tews, J., U. Brose, V. Grimm, K. Tielbörger, M.C. Wichmann, M. Schwager, and F. Jeltsch.  2004
Animal species diversity driven by habitat heterogeneity of the vegetation: the importance of keystone structures.
Journal of Biogeography31:79-92