Here are selected publications corresponding to four research areas and a final selection of publications from the lab that do not include A. R. Ives as a co-author.

Lab members:

* postdoc
** graduate student
*** undergraduate student
**** high school student

Multispecies interactions

  • Ives, A. R., K. **Gross, and J. L. **Klug. 1999. Stability and variability in competitive communities. Science 286: 542-544.
  • **Klug, J. L., J. M. Fischer, A. R. Ives, and B. Dennis. 2000. Compensatory dynamics in planktonic community responses to pH perturbations. Ecology 81: 387-398.
  • Ives, A. R., J. L. **Klug, and K. **Gross. 2000. Stability and species richness in complex communities. Ecology Letters 3: 399-411.
  • Fischer, J. M., J. L. **Klug, A. R. Ives, and T. M. Frost. 2001. Ecological history and rapid evolution affect plankton community response to perturbation. Ecology 82: 2984-3000.
  • *Ripa, J., and A. R. Ives. 2003. Food web dynamics in correlated and autocorrelated environments. Theoretical Population Ecology 64: 369-384.
  • Ives, A. R., and B. J. *Cardinale. 2004. Food-web interactions govern the resistance of communities following non-random extinctions. Nature 429: 174-177.
  • Ives, A. R., and S. R. Carpenter. 2007. Stability and diversity of ecosystems. Science 317:58-62.
  • ***Ziebarth, N. L., K. C. *Abbott, and A. R. Ives. 2010. Weak population regulation in ecological time series. Ecology Letters 13:21-31.
  • Schooler, S. S., B. Salau, M. H. Julien, and A. R. Ives. 2011. Alternative stable states explain unpredictable biological control of salvinia in Kakadu. Nature 470:86-89.

Ecological and evolutionary dynamics

  • Ives, A. R., and W. H. Settle. 1997. Metapopulation dynamics and pest control in agricultural systems. American Naturalist 149: 220-246.
  • *Losey, J. E., A. R. Ives, J. ***Harmon, C. ***Brown, and F. ***Ballantyne. 1997. A polymorphism maintained by opposite patterns of parasitism and predation. Nature 388: 269-272.
  • **Gross, K., and A. R. Ives. 1999. Inferring host-parasitoid stability from patterns of parasitism among patches. American Naturalist 154: 489-496.
  • ***Olson, A. C., A. R. Ives, and K. **Gross. 2000. Spatially aggregated parasitism on pea aphids, Acyrthosiphon pisum, caused by random foraging behavior of the parasitoid Aphidius ervi. Oikos 91: 66-76.
  • ***Rauwald, K. S., and A. R. Ives. 2001. Biological control in disturbed agricultural systems and the rapid re-establishment of parasitoids. Ecological Applications 11: 1224-1234.
  • *Schellhorn, N. A., T. R. ***Kuhman, A. C. ***Olson, and A. R. Ives. 2002. Competition between native and introduced parasitoids of the pea aphid: implications for non-target effects and biological control. Ecology 83: 2745-2757.
  • *Snyder, W. E., and A. R. Ives. 2003. Interactions between specialist and generalist natural enemies: parasitoids, predators, and pea aphid biological control. Ecology 84: 91-107.
  • Ives, A. R., B. J. *Cardinale, and W. E. Snyder. 2005. A synthesis of subdisciplines: predator-prey interactions, and biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Ecology Letters 8: 102-116.
  • *Harmon, J. P., N. A. Moran, and A. R. Ives. 2009. Species response to environmental change: impacts of food web interactions and evolution. Science 323:1347-1350.
  • ***Meisner, M. H. and A. R. Ives. 2013. Foraging efficiency and the fitness consequences of spatial marking by ladybeetle larvae. Oikos 122:1238-1246.
  • *Barton, B. T. and A. R. Ives. 2014. Species interactions and a chain of indirect effects driven by reduced precipitation. Ecology 95:486-494.
  • ***Meisner, M. H., J. P. *Harmon, and A. R. Ives. 2014. Temperature effects on long-term population dynamics in a parasitoid-host system. Ecological Monographs 84:457-476.
  • *Barton, B. T., and A. R. Ives. 2014. Direct and indirect effects of warming on aphids, their predators, and ant mutualists. Ecology 95:1479-1484.

Phylogenetic analyses

  • Garland, T., and A. R. Ives. 2000. Using the past to predict the present: confidence intervals for regression equations in phylogenetic comparative methods. American Naturalist 155: 346-364.
  • **Helmus, M. R., K. ***Savage, M. W. Diebel, J. T. Maxted, and A. R. Ives. 2007. Separating the determinants of phylogenetic community structure. Ecology Letters 10:917-925.
  • Ives, A. R., P. E. Midford, and T. Garland Jr. 2007. Within-species variation and measurement error in phylogenetic comparative methods. Systematic Biology 56:252-270.
  • Zheng, L., A. R. Ives, T. Garland, Jr., B. R. Larget, Y. Yu, and K. Cao. 2009. Multivariate tests for phylogenetic signal and trait correlations applied to ecophysiological phenotypes of nine Manglietia species. Functional Ecology 23:1059-1069.
  • Ives, A. R., and T. Garland. 2010. Phylogenetic logistic regression for binary dependent variables. Systematic Biology 59:9-26.
  • Ives, A. R., and M. R. **Helmus. 2010. Phylogenetic metrics of community similarity. American Naturalist 176:E128-E142.
  • Ives, A. R., and M. R. Helmus. 2011. Generalized linear mixed models for phylogenetic analyses of community structure. Ecological Monographs 81:511-525.
  • **Rafferty, N. E. and A. R. Ives. 2013. Phylogenetic trait-based analyses of ecological networks. Ecology 94:2321-2333.
  • Li, D., A. R. Ives, and D. M. Waller. 2017. Can functional traits account for phylogenetic signal in community composition? New Phytologist.

Complex population dynamics

  • Ives, A. R., and V. A. A. Jansen. 1998. Complex dynamics in stochastic tritrophic models. Ecology 79: 1039-1052.
  • **Kilpatrick, A. M., and A. R. Ives. 2003. Species interactions can explain Taylor’s power law for time series. Nature 422: 65-68.
  • *Williams, C. K., A. R. Ives, R. D. Applegate, and J. *Ripa. 2004. The collapse of cycles in the dynamics of North American grouse populations. Ecology Letters 7: 1135-1142.
  • Ives, A. R., and J. Zhu. 2006. Statistics for correlated data: phylogenies, space, and time. Ecological Applications 16:16-32.
  • Ives, A. R., A. Einarsson, V. A. A. Jansen, and A. Gardarsson. 2008. High-amplitude fluctuations and alternative dynamical states of midges in Lake Myvatn. Nature 452:84-87.
  • *Duffy, M. A., S. R. Hall, C. E. Caceres, and A. R. Ives. 2009. Rapid evolution, seasonality, and the termination of parasite epidemics. Ecology 90:1441-1448.
  • Ives, A. R., P. R. ***Glaum, N. L. ***Ziebarth, and D. A. Andow. 2011. The evolution of resistance to two-toxin pyramid transgenic crops. Ecological Applications 21:503-515.
  • Strier, K. B. and A. R. Ives. 2012. Unexpected demography in the recovery of an endangered primate population. PLoS ONE 7.
  • *Northfield, T. D. and A. R. Ives. 2013. Coevolution and the effects of climate change on interacting species. PLoS Biology 11.
  • Ives, A. R. 2015. For testing the significance of regression coefficients, go ahead and log-transform count data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6:828-835.
  • **Fan, H., A. R. Ives, Y. Surget-Groba, and C. H. Cannon. 2015. An assembly and alignment-free method of phylogeny reconstruction from next-generation sequencing data. Bmc Genomics 16.
  • Warton, D. I., M. Lyons, J. Stoklosa, and A. R. Ives. 2016. Three points to consider when choosing a LM or GLM test for count data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  • **Webert, K. C., C. M. Herren, Á. Einarsson, M. Bartrons, U. Hauptfleisch, and A. R. Ives. 2017. Midge‐stabilized sediment drives the composition of benthic cladoceran communities in Lake Mývatn, Iceland. Ecosphere 8.

Publications by lab members

  • **Palmer, T. M. 1995. The influence of spatial heterogeneity on the behavior and growth of two herbivorous stream insects. Oecologia 104:476-486.
  • Fisher, M. M., J. L. **Klug, G. Lauster, M. Newton, and E. W. Triplett. 2000. Effects of resources and trophic interactions on freshwater bacterioplankton diversity. Microbial Ecology 40:125-138.
  • Fisher, M. M., J. L. **Klug, G. Lauster, M. Newton, and E. W. Triplett. 2001. Effects of resources and trophic interactions on freshwater bacterioplankton (vol 40, pg 125, 2000). Microbial Ecology 41:82-82.
  • **Klug, J. L., and K. L. Cottingham. 2001. Interactions among environmental drivers: Community responses to changing nutrients and dissolved organic carbon. Ecology 82:3390-3403.
  • **Gross, K. 2002. Efficient data collection for estimating growth rates of structured populations. Ecology 83:1762-1767.
  • **Gross, K., B. A. Craig, and W. D. Hutchinson. 2002. Bayesian estimation of a demographic matrix model from stage-frequency data. Ecology 83:3285-3298.
  • **Klug, J. L. 2002. Positive and negative effects of allochthonous dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients on phytoplankton growth. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:85-95.
  • Dodson, S. I., A. K. Grishanin, K. **Gross, and G. A. Wyngaard. 2003. Morphological analysis of some cryptic species in the Acanthocyclops vernalis species complex from North America. Hydrobiologia 500:131-143.
  • Rooney, T. P., and K. **Gross. 2003. A demographic study of deer browsing impacts on Trillium grandiflorum. Plant Ecology 168:267-277.
  • **Forbes, A. E. 2005. Spines and natural history of three cenchrus species. American Midland Naturalist 153:80-86.
  • **Forbes, A. E., C. T. **Harvey, and K. J. *Tilmon. 2005. Variation in the responses of spotted Alfalfa Aphids, Therioaphis maculata Buckton (Homoptera : Aphididae) and pea aphids, Acythosiphon pisum Harris (Homoptera : Aphididae) to drought conditions in Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L., Fabaceae). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 78:387-389.
  • **Klug, J. L. 2005. Bacterial response to dissolved organic matter affects resource availability for algae. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:472-481.
  • Gratton, C., and A. E. **Forbes. 2006. Changes in delta C-13 stable isotopes in multiple tissues of insect predators fed isotopically distinct prey. Oecologia 147:615-624.
  • **Foufopoulos, J., and G. C. Mayer. 2007. Turnover of passerine birds on islands in the Aegean Sea (Greece). Journal of Biogeography 34:1113-1123.
  • Newton, R. J., S. E. Jones, M. R. **Helmus, and K. D. McMahon. 2007. Phylogenetic ecology of the freshwater Actinobacteria acI lineage. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73:7169-7176.
  • **Helmus, M. R., and G. G. Sass. 2008. The rapid effects of a whole-lake reduction of coarse woody debris on fish and benthic macroinvertebrates. Freshwater Biology 53:1423-1433.
  • Ahrenstorff, T. D., G. G. Sass, and M. R. **Helmus. 2009. The influence of littoral zone coarse woody habitat on home range size, spatial distribution, and feeding ecology of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides). Hydrobiologia 623:223-233.
  • **Helmus, M. R., L. B. ***Allen, O. Dominguez-Dominguez, E. D. Pardo, P. Gesundheit, J. Lyons, and N. M. Silva. 2009. Threatened fishes of the world: Allotoca goslinei Smith and Miller, 1987 (Goodeidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 84:197-198.
  • ***Fabina, N. S., K. C. *Abbott, and R. T. **Gilman. 2010. Sensitivity of plant-pollinator-herbivore communities to changes in phenology. Ecological Modelling 221:453-458.
  • **Helmus, M. R., W. Keller, M. J. Paterson, N. D. Yan, C. H. Cannon, and J. A. Rusak. 2010. Communities contain closely related species during ecosystem disturbance. Ecology Letters 13:162-174.
  • Mercado-Silva, N., M. R. **Helmus, and M. J. Vander Zanden. 2009. The effects of impoundment and non-native species on a river food web in Mexico’s central plateau. River Research and Applications 25:1090-1108.
  • **Gilman, R. T., N. E. Mathews, B. G. Skinner, V. L. Julis, E. S. Frank, and J. Paul-Murphy. 2010. Effects of Maternal Status on the Movement and Mortality of Sterilized Female White-Tailed Deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1484-1491.
  • Cooper, I. A., R. T. **Gilman, and J. W. Boughman. 2011. Sexual dimorphism and speciation on two ecological coins: patterns from nature and theoretical predictions. Evolution 65:2553-2571.
  • **Gilman, R. T., and J. E. **Behm. 2011. Hybridization, species collapse, and species reemergence after disturbance to premating mechanisms of reproductive isolation. Evolution 65:2592-2605.
  • Quan, R.-C., G. Ren, J. E. **Behm, L. Wang, Y. Huang, Y. Long, and J. Zhu. 2011. Why does rhinopithecus bieti prefer the highest elevation range in winter? A test of the sunshine hypothesis. Plos One 6.
  • **Gilman, R. T., N. S. ***Fabina, K. C. *Abbott, and N. E. **Rafferty. 2012. Evolution of plant-pollinator mutualisms in response to climate change. Evolutionary Applications 5:2-16.
  • Harmon, J. P., and B. T. *Barton. 2013. On their best behavior: how animal behavior can help determine the combined effects of species interactions and climate change. Climate Change and Species Interactions: Ways Forward 1297:139-147.
  • *Barton, B. T. 2014. Reduced wind strengthens top-down control of an insect herbivore. Ecology 95:2375-2381.
  • **Usinowicz, J. 2015. Limited dispersal drives clustering and reduces coexistence by the storage effect. American Naturalist 186:634-648.