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Yackulic, Charles B., James D. Nichols, Janice Reid, and Ricky Der. 2015.
To predict the niche, model colonization and extinction.
Ecology 96:16–23.
Ecological Archives E096-001

Razafindratsima, Onja H., and Amy E. Dunham. 2015.
Assessing the impacts of nonrandom seed dispersal by multiple frugivore partners on plant recruitment.
Ecology 96:24–30.
Ecological Archives E096-002

Milodowski, David T., Simon M. Mudd, and Edward T. A. Mitchard. 2015.
Erosion rates as a potential bottom-up control of forest structural characteristics in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Ecology 96:31–38.
Ecological Archives E096-003

Álvarez-Cansino, Leonor, Stefan A. Schnitzer, Joseph P. Reid, and Jennifer S. Powers. 2015.
Liana competition with tropical trees varies seasonally but not with tree species identity.
Ecology 96:39–45.
Ecological Archives E096-004

Berger, Vérane, Jean-Franҫois Lemaítre, Jean-Michel Gaillard, and Aurélie Cohas. 2015.
How do animals optimize the size–number trade-off when aging? Insights from reproductive senescence patterns in marmots.
Ecology 96:46–53.
Ecological Archives E096-005

Berger-Tal, Oded, Keren Embar, Burt P. Kotler, and David Saltz. 2015.
Everybody loses: intraspecific competition induces tragedy of the commons in Allenby’s gerbils.
Ecology 96:54–61.
Ecological Archives E096-006

Uboni, Alessia, John A. Vucetich, Daniel R. Stahler, and Douglas W. Smith. 2015.
Interannual variability: a crucial component of space use at the territory level.
Ecology 96:62–70.
Ecological Archives E096-007

Zhang, He, Oscar Vedder, Peter H. Becker, and Sandra Bouwhuis. 2015.
Contrasting between- and within-individual trait effects on mortality risk in a long-lived seabird.
Ecology 96:71–79.
Ecological Archives E096-008

Grof-Tisza, Patrick, Marcel Holyoak, Edward Antell, and Richard Karban. 2015.
Predation and associational refuge drive ontogenetic niche shifts in an arctiid caterpillar.
Ecology 96:80–89.
Ecological Archives E096-009

Wolf, Amelia A., and Erika S. Zavaleta. 2015.
Species traits outweigh nested structure in driving the effects of realistic biodiversity loss on productivity.
Ecology 96:90–98.
Ecological Archives E096-010

Steinauer, Katja, David Tilman, Peter D. Wragg, Simone Cesarz, Jane M. Cowles, Karin Pritsch, Peter B. Reich, Wolfgang W. Weisser, and Nico Eisenhauer. 2015.
Plant diversity effects on soil microbial functions and enzymes are stronger than warming in a grassland experiment.
Ecology 96:99–112.
Ecological Archives E096-011

Ward, Susan E., Kate H. Orwin, Nicholas J. Ostle, Maria J. I. Briones, Bruce C. Thomson, Robert I. Griffiths, Simon Oakley, Helen Quirk, and Richard D. Bradgett. 2015.
Vegetation exerts a greater control on litter decomposition than climate warming in peatlands.
Ecology 96:113–123.
Ecological Archives E096-012

van der Wal, A., E. Ottosson, and W. de Boer. 2015.
Neglected role of fungal community composition in explaining variation in wood decay rates.
Ecology 96:124–133.
Ecological Archives E096-013

Schlatter, Daniel C., Matthew G. Bakker, James M. Bradeen, and Linda L. Kinkel. 2015.
Plant community richness and microbial interactions structure bacterial communities in soil.
Ecology 96:134–142.
Ecological Archives E096-014

Chalmandrier, L., T. Münkemüller, S. Lavergne, and W. Thuiller. 2015.
Effects of species’ similarity and dominance on the functional and phylogenetic structure of a plant meta-community.
Ecology 96:143–153.
Ecological Archives E096-015

Matulich, Kristin L., and Jennifer B. H. Martiny. 2015.
Microbial composition alters the response of litter decomposition to environmental change.
Ecology 96:154–163.
Ecological Archives E096-016

Kos, Martine, Tibor Bukovinszky, Patrick P. J. Mulder, and T. Martin Bezemer. 2015.
Disentangling above- and belowground neighbor effects on the growth, chemistry, and arthropod community on a focal plant.
Ecology 96:164–175.
Ecological Archives E096-017

Liu, Jiajia, Xinxin Zhang, Feifan Song, Shurong Zhou, Marc W. Cadotte, and Corey J. A. Bradshaw. 2015.
Explaining maximum variation in productivity requires phylogenetic diversity and single functional traits.
Ecology 96:176–183.
Ecological Archives E096-018

Koenig, Walter D., Johannes M. H. Knops, William J. Carmen, and Ian S. Pearse. 2015.
What drives masting? The phenological synchrony hypothesis.
Ecology 96:184–192.
Ecological Archives E096-019

Frost, Carol M., Raphael K. Didham, Tatyana A. Rand, Guadalupe Peralta, and Jason M. Tylianakis. 2015.
Community-level net spillover of natural enemies from managed to natural forest.
Ecology 96:193–202.
Ecological Archives E096-020

Johnson, Leah R., Tal Ben-Horin, Kevin D. Lafferty, Amy McNally, Erin Mordecai, Krijn P. Paaijmans, Samraat Pawar, and Sadie J. Ryan. 2015.
Understanding uncertainty in temperature effects on vector-borne disease: a Bayesian approach.
Ecology 96:203–213.
Ecological Archives E096-021

Sletvold, Nina, Kim K. Moritz, and Jon Ågren. 2015.
Additive effects of pollinators and herbivores result in both conflicting and reinforcing selection on floral traits.
Ecology 96:214–221.
Ecological Archives E096-022

Hanna, Cause, Ida Naughton, Christina Boser, Ruben Alarcón, Keng-Lou James Hung, and David Holway. 2015.
Floral visitation by the Argentine ant reduces bee visitation and plant seed set.
Ecology 96:222–230.
Ecological Archives E096-023

Benes, Kylla M., and Robert C. Carpenter. 2015.
Kelp canopy facilitates understory algal assemblage via competitive release during early stages of secondary succession.
Ecology 96:241–251.
Ecological Archives E096-024

Painter, Luke E., Robert L. Beschta, Eric J. Larsen, and William J. Ripple. 2015.
Recovering aspen follow changing elk dynamics in Yellowstone: evidence of a trophic cascade?
Ecology 96:252–263.
Ecological Archives E096-025

Freestone, Amy L., and Brian D. Inouye. 2015.
Nonrandom community assembly and high temporal turnover promote regional coexistence in tropics but not temperate zone.
Ecology 96:264–273.
Ecological Archives E096-026

Bellmore, J. Ryan, Colden V. Baxter, and Patrick J. Connolly. 2015.
Spatial complexity reduces interaction strengths in the meta-food web of a river floodplain mosaic.
Ecology 96:274–283.
Ecological Archives E096-027

Duncan, Alison B., Andrew Gonzalez, and Oliver Kaltz. 2015.
Dispersal, environmental forcing, and parasites combine to affect metapopulation synchrony and stability.
Ecology 96:284–290.
Ecological Archives E096-028

Kéfi, Sonia, Eric L. Berlow, Evie A. Wieters, Lucas N. Joppa, Spencer A. Wood, Ulrich Brose, and Sergio A. Navarrete. 2015.
Network structure beyond food webs: mapping non-trophic and trophic interactions on Chilean rocky shores.
Ecology 96:291–303.
Ecological Archives E096-029

McGarvey, Jennifer C., Jonathan R. Thompson, Howard E. Epstein, and Herman H. Shugart, Jr. 2015.
Carbon storage in old-growth forests of the Mid-Atlantic: toward better understanding the eastern forest carbon sink.
Ecology 96:311–317.
Ecological Archives E096-031

Swanson, Heidi K., Martin Lysy, Michael Power, Ashley D. Stasko, Jim D. Johnson, and James D. Reist. 2015.
A new probabilistic method for quantifying n-dimensional ecological niches and niche overlap.
Ecology 96:318–324.
Ecological Archives E096-032

Sollmann, Rahel, Beth Gardner, Richard B. Chandler, J. Andrew Royle, and T. Scott Sillett. 2015.
An open-population hierarchical distance sampling model.
Ecology 96:325–331.
Ecological Archives E096-033

Chambert, Thierry, David A. W. Miller, and James D. Nichols. 2015.
Modeling false positive detections in species occurrence data under different study designs.
Ecology 96:332–339.
Ecological Archives E096-034

Moore, Jonathan W., Michael P. Beakes, Holly K. Nesbitt, Justin D. Yeakel, David A. Patterson, Lisa A. Thompson, Corey C. Phillis, Douglas C. Braun, Corinna Favaro, David Scott, Charmaine Carr-Harris, and William I. Atlas. 2015.
Emergent stability in a large, free-flowing watershed.
Ecology 96:340–347.
Ecological Archives E096-035

Godschalx, Adrienne L., Martin Schädler, Julie A. Trisel, Mehmet A. Balkan, and Daniel J. Ballhorn. 2015.
Ants are less attracted to the extrafloral nectar of plants with symbiotic, nitrogen-fixing rhizobia.
Ecology 96:348–354.
Ecological Archives E096-036

CaraDonna, Paul J., and David W. Inouye. 2015.
Phenological responses to climate change do not exhibit phylogenetic signal in a subalpine plant community.
Ecology 96:355–361.
Ecological Archives E096-037

Fuiman, Lee A., Tara L. Connelly, Susan K. Lowerre-Barbieri, and James W. McClelland. 2015.
Egg boons: central components of marine fatty acid food webs.
Ecology 96:362–372.
Ecological Archives E096-038

Yuan, Z. Y., and Han Y. H. Chen. 2015.
Negative effects of fertilization on plant nutrient resorption.
Ecology 96:373–380.
Ecological Archives E096-039

Kuglerová, Lenka, Roland Jansson, Ryan A. Sponseller, Hjalmar Laudon, and Birgitta Malm-Renöfält. 2015.
Local and regional processes determine plant species richness in a river-network metacommunity.
Ecology 96:381–391.
Ecological Archives E096-040

Hayes, Nicole M., Michael J. Vanni, Martin J. Horgan, and William H. Renwick. 2015.
Climate and land use interactively affect lake phytoplankton nutrient limitation status.
Ecology 96:392–402.
Ecological Archives E096-041

Hotchkiss, Erin R., and Robert O. Hall, Jr. 2015.
Whole-stream 13C tracer addition reveals distinct fates of newly fixed carbon.
Ecology 96:403–416.
Ecological Archives E096-042

Bestley, Sophie, Ian D. Jonsen, Mark A. Hindell, Robert G. Harcourt, and Nicholas J. Gales. 2015.
Taking animal tracking to new depths: synthesizing horizontal–vertical movement relationships for four marine predators.
Ecology 96:417–427.
Ecological Archives E096-043

Petermann, Jana S., Vinicius F. Farjalla, Merlijn Jocque, Pavel Kratina, A. Andrew M. MacDonald, Nicholas A. C. Marino, Paula M. De Omena, Gustavo C. O. Piccoli, Barbara A. Richardson, Michael J. Richardson, Gustavo Q. Romero, Martin Videla, and Diane S. Srivastava. 2015.
Dominant predators mediate the impact of habitat size on trophic structure in bromeliad invertebrate communities.
Ecology 96:428–439.
Ecological Archives E096-044

Chen, Grace F., and Douglas W. Schemske. 2015.
Ecological differentiation and local adaptation in two sister species of Neotropical Costus (Costaceae).
Ecology 96:440–449.
Ecological Archives E096-045

Mugabo, Marianne, Samuel Perret, Beatriz Decencière, Sandrine Meylan, and Jean-Franҫois Le Galliard. 2015.
Density-dependent immunity and parasitism risk in experimental populations of lizards naturally infested by ixodid ticks.
Ecology 96:450–460.
Ecological Archives E096-046

Marshall, Katie E., and Jennifer L. Baltzer. 2015.
Decreased competitive interaction drive a reverse species richness latitudinal gradient in subarctic forests.
Ecology 96:461–470.
Ecological Archives E096-047

Prendeville, Holly R., Janet C. Steven, and Laura F. Galloway. 2015.
Spatiotemporal variation in deer browse and tolerance in a woodland herb.
Ecology 96:471–478.
Ecological Archives E096-048

Chambert, Thierry, Jay J. Rotells, and Robert A. Garrott. 2015.
Female Weddell seals show flexible strategies of colony attendance related to varying environmental conditions.
Ecology 96:479–488.
Ecological Archives E096-049

Stephenson, Jessica F., Cock Van Oosterhout, Ryan S. Mohammed, and Joanne Cable. 2015.
Parasites of Trinidadian guppies: evidence for sex- and age-specific trait-mediated indirect effects of predators.
Ecology 96:489–498.
Ecological Archives E096-050

Dreyer, Jamin, Philip A. Townsend, James C. Hook III, David Hoekman, M. Jake Vander Zanden, and Claudio Gratton. 2015.
Quantifying aquatic insect deposition from lake to land.
Ecology 96:499–509.
Ecological Archives E096-051

Farji-Brener, Alejandro Gustavo, Federico Chinchilla, María Natalia Umaña, María Elena Ocasio-Torres, Alexander Chauta-Mellizo, Diana Acosta-Rojas, Sofía Marinaro, Mónica de Torres Curth, and Sabrina Amador-Vargas. 2015.
Branching angles reflect a trade-off between reducing trail maintenance costs or travel distances in leaf-cutting ants.
Ecology 96:510–517.
Ecological Archives E096-052

van Noordwijk, C. G. E. (Toos), Wilco C. E. P. Verberk, Hans Turin, Theodoor Heijerman, Kees Alders, Wouter Dekoninck, Karsten Hannig, Eugenie Regan, Stephen McCormack, Mark J. F. Brown, Eva Remke, Henk Siepel, Matty P. Berg, and Dries Bonte. 2015.
Species–area relationships are modulated by trophic rank, habitat affinity, and dispersal ability.
Ecology 96:518–531.
Ecological Archives E096-053

Darroch, Simon A., and Peter J. Wagner. 2015.
Response of beta diversity to pulses of Ordovician-Silurian mass extinction.
Ecology 96:532–549.
Ecological Archives E096-054

Frainer, André, Marcelo S. Moretti, Wenjing Xu, and Mark O. Gessner. 2015.
No evidence for leaf-trait dissimilarity effects on litter decomposition, fungal decomposers, and nutrient dynamics.
Ecology 96:550–561.
Ecological Archives E096-055

Liang, Minxia, Xubing Liu, Rampal S. Etienne, Fengmin Huang, Yongfan Wang, and Shixiao Yu. 2015.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi counteract the Janzen-Connell effect of soil pathogens.
Ecology 96:562–574.
Ecological Archives E096-056

Pearse, Ian S., Walter D. Koenig, Kyle A. Funk, and Mario B. Pesendorfer. 2015.
Pollen limitation and flower abortion in a wind-pollinated, masting tree.
Ecology 96:587–593.
Ecological Archives E096-057

Welter, Jill R., Jonathan P. Benstead, Wyatt F. Cross, James M. Hood, Alexander D. Huryn, Philip W. Johnson, and Tanner J. Williamson. 2015.
Does N2 fixation amplify the temperature dependence of ecosystem metabolism?
Ecology 96:603–610.
Ecological Archives E096-060

Ellrich, Julius A., Ricardo A. Scrosati, and Markus Molis. 2015.
Predator nonconsumptive effects on prey recruitment weaken with recruit density.
Ecology 96:611–616.
Ecological Archives E096-061

Vander Wal, E., M. Festa-Bianchet, D. Réale, D. W. Coltman, and F. Pelletier. 2015.
Sex-based differences in the adaptive value of social behavior contrasted against morphology and environment.
Ecology 96:631–641.
Ecological Archives E096-062

Urban, Michael A., David M. Nelson, F. Alayne Street-Perrot, Dirk Verschuren, and Feng Sheng Hu. 2015.
A late-Quaternary perspective on atmospheric pCO2, climate, and fire as drivers of C4-grass abundance.
Ecology 96:642–653.
Ecological Archives E096-063

Liu, Xubing, Rampal S. Etienne, Minxia Liang, Yongfan Wang, and Shixiao Yu. 2015.
Experimental evidence for an intraspecific Janzen-Connell effect mediated by soil biota.
Ecology 96:662–671.
Ecological Archives E096-064

Tolkkinen, M., H. Mykrä, M. Annala, A. M. Markkola, K. M. Vuori, and T. Muotka. 2015.
Multi-stressor impacts on fungal diversity and ecosystem functions in streams: natural vs. anthropogenic stress.
Ecology 96:672–683.
Ecological Archives E096-065

Jardine, Timothy D., Nicholas R. Bond, Michele A. Burford, Mark J. Kennard, Douglas P. Ward, Peter Bayliss, Peter M. Davies, Michael M. Douglas, Stephen K. Hamilton, John M. Melack, Robert J. Naiman, Neil E. Pettit, Bradley J. Pusey, Danielle M. Warfe, and Stuart E. Bunn. 2015.
Does flood rhythm drive ecosystem responses in tropical riverscapes?
Ecology 96:684–692.
Ecological Archives E096-066

Whitman, Melissa, and James D. Ackerman. 2015.
Terrestrial orchids in a tropical forest: best sites for abundance differ from those for reproduction.
Ecology 96:693–704.
Ecological Archives E096-067

Murphy, Stephen J., Lívia D. Audino, James Whitacre, Jenalle L. Eck, John W. Wenzel, Simon A. Queensborough, and Liza S. Comita. 2015.
Species associations structured by environment and land-use history promote beta-diversity in a temperate forest.
Ecology 96:705–715.
Ecological Archives E096-068

Govindan, Byju N., Zhilan Feng, Yssa D. DeWoody, and Robert K. Swihart. 2015.
Intermediate disturbance in experimental landscapes improves persistence of beetle metapopulations.
Ecology 96:728–736.
Ecological Archives E096-069

Veran, Sophie, Stephen J. Simpson, Gregory A. Sword, Edward Deveson, Sylvain Piry, James E. Hines, and Karine Berthier. 2015.
Modeling spatiotemporal dynamics of outbreaking species: influence of environment and migration in a locust.
Ecology 96:737–748.
Ecological Archives E096-070

Angelica P. Baldos, Marife D. Corre, and Edzo Veldkamp 2015.
Response of N cycling to nutrient inputs in forest soils across a 1000–3000 m elevation gradient in the Ecuadorian Andes.
Ecology 96:749–761.
Ecological Archives E096-071

Pyšek, Petr, Ameur M. Manceur, Christina Alba, Kirsty F. McGregor, Jan Pergl, Kateřina Štajerová, Milan Chytrý, Jiří Danihelka, John Kartesz, Jitka Klimešová, Magdalena Lučanová,10 Lenka Moravcová, Misako Nishino, Jiří Sádlo, Jan Suda, Lubomír Tichý, and Ingolf Kühn. 2015.
Naturalization of central European plants in North America: species traits, habitats, propagule pressure, residence time.
Ecology 96:762–774.
Ecological Archives E096-072

Wheeler, Helen C., Toke T. Høye, Niels Martin Schmidt, Jens-Christian Svenning, and Mads C. Forchhammer. 2015.
Phenological mismatch with abiotic conditions—implications for flowering in Arctic plants.
Ecology 96:775–787.
Ecological Archives E096-073

Cantarel, Amélie A. M., Thomas Pommier, Marie Desclos-Theveniau, Sylvain Diquélou, Maxime Dumont, Fabrice Grassein, Eva-Maria Kastl, Karl Grigulis, Philippe Laîné,2,3 Sandra Lavorel,5 Servane Lemauviel-Lavenant, Emmanuelle Personeni, Michael Schloter, and Franck Poly . 2015.
Using plant traits to explain plant–microbe relationships involved in nitrogen acquisition.
Ecology 96:788–799.
Ecological Archives E096-074

Haridas, C. V., Kathleen H. Keeler, and Brigitte Tenhumberg. 2015.
Variation in the local population dynamics of the short-lived Opuntia macrorhiza (Cactaceae).
Ecology 96:800–807.
Ecological Archives E096-075

González-Castro, Aarón, María Calviño-Cancela, and Manuel Nogales. 2015.
Comparing seed dispersal effectiveness by frugivores at the community level.
Ecology 96:808–818.
Ecological Archives E096-076

Binning, Sandra A., and Dominique G. Roche. 2015.
Water flow and fin shape polymorphism in coral reef fishes.
Ecology 96:828–839.
Ecological Archives E096-077

Wilson, Alicia M., Tyler Evans, Willard Moore, Charles A. Schutte, Samantha B. Joye, Andrea H. Hughes, and Joseph L. Anderson. 2015.
Groundwater controls ecological zonation of salt marsh macrophytes.
Ecology 96:840–849.
Ecological Archives E096-078

Thibaut de Bettignies, Thomas Wernberg, Paul S. Lavery, Mathew A. Vanderklift, Jim R. Gunson, Graham Symonds, and Neil Collier 2015.
Phenological decoupling of mortality from wave forcing in kelp beds.
Ecology 96:850–861.
Ecological Archives E096-079

Clasen, J. L., and J. B. Shurin. 2015.
Kelp forest size alters microbial community structure and function on Vancouver Island, Canada.
Ecology 96:862–872.
Ecological Archives E096-080

Stephan, Jörg G., Johan A. Stenberg, and Christer Björkman. 2015.
How far away is the next basket of eggs? Spatial memory and perceived cues shape aggregation patterns in a leaf beetle.
Ecology 96:908–914.
Ecological Archives E096-081

Mallon, Cyrus A., Franck Poly, Xavier Le Roux, Irene Marring, Jan Dirk Van Elsas, and Joana Falcão Salles. 2015.
Resource pulses can alleviate the biodiversity–invasion relationship in soil microbial communities.
Ecology 96:915–926.
Ecological Archives E096-082

Emery, Sarah M., Lukas Bell-Dereske, and Jennifer A. Rudgers. 2015.
Fungal symbiosis and precipitation alter traits and dune building by the ecosystem engineer, Ammophila breviligulata.
Ecology 96:927–935.
Ecological Archives E096-083

Vivanco, Lucía, Irina C. Irvine, and Jennifer B. H. Martiny. 2015.
Nonlinear responses in salt marsh functioning to increased nitrogen addition.
Ecology 96:936–947.
Ecological Archives E096-084

Balbontín, J., and A. P. Møller. 2015.
Environmental conditions during early life accelerate the rate of senescence in a short-lived passerine bird.
Ecology 96:948–959.
Ecological Archives E096-085

Lamit, L. J., M. K. Lau, R. Reese Næsborg, T. Wojtowicz, T. G. Whitham, and C. A. Gehring. 2015.
Genotype variation in bark texture drives lichen community assembly across multiple environments.
Ecology 96:960–971.
Ecological Archives E096-086

Pincebourde, Sylvain, and Jérôme Casas. 2015.
Warming tolerance across insect ontogeny: influence of joint shifts in microclimates and thermal limits.
Ecology 96:986–997.
Ecological Archives E096-087

Lind, Eric M., John B. Vincent, George D. Weiblen, Jeannine Cavender-Bares, and Elizabeth T. Borer. 2015.
Trophic phylogenetics: evolutionary influences on body size, feeding, and species associations in grassland arthropods.
Ecology 96:998–1009.
Ecological Archives E096-088

Wood, Jacquelyn L. A., and Dylan J. Fraser. 2015.
Similar plastic responses to elevated temperature among different-sized brook trout populations.
Ecology 96:1010–1019.
Ecological Archives E096-089

Mrowicki, Robert J., and Nessa E. O'Connor. 2015.
Wave action modifies the effects of consumer diversity and warming on algal assemblages.
Ecology 96:1020–1029.
Ecological Archives E096-090

Li, Daijiang, and Donald Waller. 2015.
Drivers of observed biotic homogenization in pine barrens of central Wisconsin.
Ecology 96:1030–1041.
Ecological Archives E096-091

Martin, Leanne M., and Brian J. Wilsey. 2015.
Differences in beta diversity between exotic and native grasslands vary with scale along a latitudinal gradient.
Ecology 96:1042–1051.
Ecological Archives E096-092

Orrock, John L., Humberto P. Dutra, Robert J. Marquis, and Nicholas Barber. 2015.
Apparent competition and native consumers exacerbate the strong competitive effect of an exotic plant species.
Ecology 96:1052–1061.
Ecological Archives E096-093

Wang, Xugao, Thorsten Wiegand, Nathan G. Swenson, Amy T. Wolf, Robert W. Howe, Zhanqing Hao, Fei Lin, Ji Ye, and Zuoqiang Yuan. 2015.
Mechanisms underlying local functional and phylogenetic beta diversity in two temperate forests.
Ecology 96:1062–1073.
Ecological Archives E096-094

Schamp, Brandon S., Shelley E. Arnott, and Katelyn L. Joslin. 2015.
Dispersal strength influences zooplankton co-occurrence patterns in experimental mesocosms.
Ecology 96:1074–1083.
Ecological Archives E096-095

Wilson, Chris H., T. Trevor Caughlin, David J. Civitello, and S. Luke Flory. 2015.
Combining mesocosm and filed experiments to predict invasive plant performance: a hierarchical Bayesian approach.
Ecology 96:1084–1092.
Ecological Archives E096-096

Cockle, Kristina L., and Kathy Martin. 2015.
Temporal dynamics of a commensal network of cavity-nesting vertebrates: increased diversity during an insect outbreak.
Ecology 96:1093–1104.
Ecological Archives E096-097

Dobson, Luanna L., Frank A. La Sorte, Lisa L. Manne, and Bradford A. Hawkins. 2015.
The diversity and abundance of North American bird assemblages fail to track changing productivity.
Ecology 96:1105–1114.
Ecological Archives E096-098

Cronin, James T., Ganesh P. Bhattarai, Warwick J. Allen, and Laura A. Meyerson. 2015.
Biogeography of a plant invasion: plant–herbivore interactions.
Ecology 96:1115–1127.
Ecological Archives E096-099

Mikolajewski, Dirk J., Marjan De Block, and Robby Stoks. 2015.
The interplay of adult and larval time constraints shapes species differences in larval life history.
Ecology 96:1128–1138.
Ecological Archives E096-100

Buchkowski, Robert W., Oswald J. Schmitz, and Mark A. Bradford. 2015.
Microbial stoichiometry overrides biomass as a regulator of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling.
Ecology 96:1139–1149.
Ecological Archives E096-101

Noonburg, Erik G., Adam Chen, Jeffrey S. Shima, and Stephen E. Swearer. 2015.
Demographic heterogeneity and the dynamics of open populations.
Ecology 96:1159–1165.
Ecological Archives E096-103

Rogalski, Mary A. 2015.
Tainted resurrection: metal pollution is linked with reduced hatching and high juvenile mortality in Daphnia egg banks.
Ecology 96:1166–1173.
Ecological Archives E096-104

Clark, Adam Thomas, Hao Ye, Forest Isbell, Ethan R. Deyle, Jane Cowles, G. David Tilman, and George Sugihara. 2015.
Spatial convergent cross mapping to detect causal relationships from short time series.
Ecology 96:1174–1181.
Ecological Archives E096-105

Fleming, C. H., W. F. Fagan, T. Mueller, K. A. Olson, P. Leimgruber, and J. M. Calabrese. 2015.
Rigorous home range estimation with movement data: a new autocorrelated kernel density estimator.
Ecology 96:1182–1188.
Ecological Archives E096-106

Chao, Anne, T. C. Hsieh, Robin L. Chazdon, Robert K. Colwell, and Nicholas J. Gotelli. 2015.
Unveiling the species-rank abundance distribution by generalizing the Good-Turing sample coverage theory.
Ecology 96:1189–1201.
Ecological Archives E096-107

Thorson, James T., Hans J. Skaug, Kasper Kristensen, Andrew O. Shelton, Eric J. Ward, John H. Harms, and James A. Benante. 2015.
The importance of spatial models for estimating the strength of density dependence.
Ecology 96:1202–1212.
Ecological Archives E096-108

Wallace, J. Bruce, Susan L. Eggert, Judy L. Meyer, and Jackson R. Webster. 2015.
Stream invertebrate productivity linked to forest subsidies: 37 stream-years of reference and experimental data.
Ecology 96:1213–1228.
Ecological Archives E096-109

Taylor, Philip G., William R. Wieder, Samantha Weintraub, Sagy Cohen, Cory C. Cleveland, and Alan R. Townsend. 2015.
Organic forms dominate hydrologic nitrogen export from a lowland tropical watershed.
Ecology 96:1229–1241.
Ecological Archives E096-110

Lohbeck, Madelon, Lourens Poorter, Miguel Martínez-Ramos, and Frans Bongers. 2015.
Biomass is the main driver of changes in ecosystem process rates during tropical forest succession.
Ecology 96:1242–1252.
Ecological Archives E096-111

De Camargo, Rafael X., and David J. Currie. 2015.
An empirical investigation of why species–area relationships overestimate species losses.
Ecology 96:1253–1263.
Ecological Archives E096-112

Lord, Joshua, and Robert Whitlatch. 2015.
Predicting competitive shifts and responses to climate change based on latitudinal distributions of species assemblages.
Ecology 96:1264–1274.
Ecological Archives E096-113

Pellegrini, Adam F. A., Lars O. Hedin, A. Carla Staver, and Navashni Govender. 2015.
Fire alters ecosystem carbon and nutrients but not plant nutrient stoichiometry or composition in tropical savanna.
Ecology 96:1275–1285.
Ecological Archives E096-114

Kroiss, Steve J., and Janneke HilleRisLambers. 2015.
Recruitment limitation of long-lived conifers: implications for climate change responses.
Ecology 96:1286–1297.
Ecological Archives E096-115

Tomiolo, Sara, Wim H. van der Putten, and Katja Tielbörger. 2015.
Separating the role of biotic interactions and climate in determining adaptive response of plants to climate change.
Ecology 96:1298–1308.
Ecological Archives E096-116

Clarke, Gretel L., and Alison K. Brody. 2015.
Gender inequality in predispersal seed predation contributes to female seed set advantage in a gynodioecious species.
Ecology 96:1309–1317.
Ecological Archives E096-117

He, Qiang, Andrew H. Altieri, and Baoshan Cui. 2015.
Herbivory drives zonation of stress-tolerant marsh plants.
Ecology 96:1318–1328.
Ecological Archives E096-118

Carrara, Francesco, Andrea Giometto, Mathew Seymour, Andrea Rinaldo, and Florian Altermatt. 2015.
Experimental evidence for strong stabilizing forces at high functional diversity of aquatic microbial communities.
Ecology 96:1340–1350.
Ecological Archives E096-119

Riedinger, Verena, Oliver Mitesser, Thomas Hovestadt, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter, and Andrea Holzschuh. 2015.
Annual dynamics of wild bee densities: attractiveness and productivity effects of oilseed rape.
Ecology 96:1351–1360.
Ecological Archives E096-120

Kadoya, Eri Z., and Hiroshi S. Ishii. 2015.
Host manipulation of bumble bee queens by Sphaerularia nematodes indirectly affects foraging of non-host workers.
Ecology 96:1361–1370.
Ecological Archives E096-121

Mims, Meryl C., Ivan C. Phillipsen, David A. Lytle, Emily E. Hartfield Kirk, and Julian D. Olden. 2015.
Ecological strategies predict associations between aquatic and genetic connectivity for dryland amphibians.
Ecology 96:1371–1382.
Ecological Archives E096-122

Wood, Chelsea L., Julia K. Baum, Sheila M. W. Reddy, Rowan Trebilco, Stuart A. Sandin, Brian J. Zgliczynski, Amy A. Briggs, and Fiorenza Micheli. 2015.
Productivity and fishing pressure drive variability in fish parasite assemblages of the Line Islands, equatorial Pacific.
Ecology 96:1383–1398.
Ecological Archives E096-123

Pfaff, Maya C., George M. Branch, Jennifer L. Fisher, Vera Hoffmann, Allan G. Ellis, and John L. Largier . 2015.
Delivery of marine larvae to shore requires multiple sequential transport mechanisms.
Ecology 96:1399–1410.
Ecological Archives E096-124

Cunning, R., N. Vaughan, P. Gillette, T. R. Capo, J. L. Maté, and A. C. Baker. 2015.
Dynamic regulation of partner abundance mediates response of reef coral symbioses to environmental change.
Ecology 96:1411–1420.
Ecological Archives E096-125

Decaestecker, Ellen, Dino Verreydt, Luc De Meester, and Steven A. J. Declerck. 2015.
Parasite and nutrient enrichment effects on Daphnia interspecific competition.
Ecology 96:1421–1430.
Ecological Archives E096-126

Kim, Tania M., and Nora Underwood. 2015.
Plant neighborhood effects on herbivory: damage is both density and frequency dependent.
Ecology 96:1431–1436.
Ecological Archives E096-127

Lankau, Richard A., Kai Zhu, and Alejandro Ordonez. 2015.
Mycorrhizal strategies of tree species correlate with trailing range edge responses to current and past climate change.
Ecology 96:1451–1458.
Ecological Archives E096-129

Stevens, Carly J., Eric M. Lind, Yann Hautier, W. Stanley Harpole, Elizabeth T. Borer, Sarah Hobbie, Eric W. Seabloom, Laura Ladwig, Jonathan D. Bakker, Chengjin Chu, Scott Collins, Kendi F. Davies, Jennifer Firn, Helmut Hillebrand, Kimberly J. La Pierre, Andrew MacDougall, Brett Melbourne, Rebecca L. McCulley, John Morgan, John L. Orrock, Suzanne M. Prober, Anita C. Risch, Martin Schuetz, and Peter D. Wragg. 2015.
Anthropogenic nitrogen deposition predicts local grassland primary production worldwide.
Ecology 96:1459–1465.
Ecological Archives E096-130

Holdo, Ricardo M., and Jesse B. Nippert. 2015.
Transpiration dynamics support resource partitioning in African savanna trees and grasses.
Ecology 96:1466–1472.
Ecological Archives E096-131

Cayton, Heather M., Nick L. Haddad, Kevin Gross, Sarah E. Diamond, and Leslie Ries. 2015.
Do growing degree days predict phenology across butterfly species?
Ecology 96:1473–1479.
Ecological Archives E096-132

Manning, Pete, Martin M. Gossner, Oliver Bossdorf, Eric Allan, Yuan-Ye Zhang, Daniel Prati, Nico Blüthgen, Steffen Boch, Stefan Böhm, Carmen Börschig, Norbert Hölzel, Kirsten Jung, Valentin H. Klaus, Alexandra Maria Klein, Till Kleinebecker, Jochen Krauss, Markus Lange, Jörg Müller, Esther Pašalić, Stephanie A. Socher, Marco Tschapka, Manfred Türke, Christiane Weiner, Michael Werner, Sonja Gockel, Andreas Hemp, Swen C. Renner, Konstans Wells, Franҫois Buscot, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko, Karl Eduard Linsenmair, Wolfgang W. Weisser, and Markus Fischer. 2015.
Grassland management intensification weakens the associations among the diversities of multiple plant and animal taxa.
Ecology 96:1492–1501.
Ecological Archives E096-133

van der Plas, Fons, Thijs Janzen, Alejandro Ordonez, Wimke Fokkema, Josephine Reinders, Rampal S. Etienne, and Han Olff. 2015.
A new modeling approach estimates the relative importance of different community assembly processes.
Ecology 96:1502–1515.
Ecological Archives E096-134

Plard, Floriane, Jean-Michel Gaillard, Tim Coulson, A. J. Mark Hewison, Mathieu Douhard, Franҫois Klein, Daniel Delorme, Claude Warnant, and Christophe Bonenfant. 2015.
The influence of birth date via body mass on individual fitness in a long-lived mammal.
Ecology 96:1516–1528.
Ecological Archives E096-135

Wurst, Susanne, Nina Kaiser, Susann Nitzsche, Josephine Haase, Harald Auge, Matthias C. Rillig, and Jeff R. Powell. 2015.
Tree diversity modifies distance-dependent effects on seedling emergence but not plant–soil feedbacks of temperate trees.
Ecology 96:1529–1539.
Ecological Archives E096-136

Lenihan, Hunter S., James L. Hench, Sally J. Holbrook, Russell J. Schmitt, and Matthew Potoski. 2015.
Hydrodynamics influence coral performance through simultaneous direct and indirect effects.
Ecology 96:1540–1549.
Ecological Archives E096-137

Jones, Stuart E., and Jay T. Lennon. 2015.
A test of the subsidy–stability hypothesis: the effects of terrestrial carbon in aquatic ecosystems.
Ecology 96:1550–1560.
Ecological Archives E096-138

Weintraub, Samantha R., Phillip G. Taylor, Stephen Porder, Cory C. Cleveland, Gregory P. Asner, and Alan R. Townsend. 2015.
Topographic controls on soil nitrogen availability in a lowland tropical forest.
Ecology 96:1561–1574.
Ecological Archives E096-139

Soucémarianadin, Laure N., Sylvie A. Quideau, Roderick E. Wasylishen, and Alison D. Munson. 2015.
Early-season fires in boreal black spruce forests produce pyrogenic carbon with low intrinsic recalcitrance.
Ecology 96:1575–1585.
Ecological Archives E096-140

Raynor, Edward J., Anthony Joern, and John M. Briggs. 2015.
Bison foraging responds to fire frequency in nutritionally heterogeneous grassland.
Ecology 96:1586–1597.
Ecological Archives E096-141

Schaller, Jörg, Alexander Tischer, Eric Struyf, Martina Bremer, Dácil Unzué Belmonte, and Karin Potthast. 2015.
Fire enhances phosphorus availability in topsoils depending on binding properties.
Ecology 96:1598–1606.
Ecological Archives E096-142

Griffiths, Hannah M., Julio Louzada, Richard D. Bardgett, Wallace Beiroz, Filipe Franҫa, Daniel Tregidgo, and Jos Barlow. 2015.
Biodiversity and environmental context predict dung beetle-mediated seed dispersal in a tropical forest field experiment.
Ecology 96:1607–1619.
Ecological Archives E096-143

LeVan, Katherine E., and David A. Holway. 2015.
Ant–aphid interactions increase ant floral visitation and reduce plant reproduction via decreased pollinator visitation.
Ecology 96:1620–1630.
Ecological Archives E096-144

Evans, Brian S., Thomas B. Ryder, Robert Reitsma, Allen H. Hurlbert, and Peter P. Marra. 2015.
Characterizing avian survival along a rural-to-urban land use gradient.
Ecology 96:1631–1640.
Ecological Archives E096-145

Matechou, Eleni, San Chye Cheng, Lindall R. Kidd, and Colin J. Garroway. 2015.
Reproductive consequences of the timing of seasonal movements in a nonmigratory wild bird population.
Ecology 96:1641–1649.
Ecological Archives E096-146

Sanz-Aguilar, A., R. Jovani, C. J. Melián, R. Pradel, and J. L. Tella. 2015.
Multi-event capture–recapture analysis reveals individual foraging specialization in a generalist species.
Ecology 96:1650–1660.
Ecological Archives E096-147

Wojan, Christopher M., Shannon M. Knapp, and Karen E. Mabry. 2015.
Spatial variation in population density affects dispersal behavior in brush mice.
Ecology 96:1661–1669.
Ecological Archives E096-148

LaManna, Joseph A., Amy B. Hemenway, Vanna Boccadori, and Thomas E. Martin. 2015.
Bird species turnover is related to changing predation risk along a vegetation gradient.
Ecology 96:1670–1680.
Ecological Archives E096-149

Anderson, Thomas L., and Howard H. Whiteman. 2015.
Asymmetric effects of intra- and interspecific competition on a pond-breeding salamander.
Ecology 96:1681–1690.
Ecological Archives E096-150

Luis, Angela D., Richard J. Douglass, James N. Mills, and Ottar N. Bjørnstad. 2015.
Environmental fluctuations lead to predictability in Sin Nombre hantavirus outbreaks.
Ecology 96:1691–1701.
Ecological Archives E096-151

Kelt, Douglas A., Jaclyn R. Aliperti, Peter L. Meserve, W. Bryan Milstead, M. Andrea Previtali, and Julio R. Gutiérrez. 2015.
Energetic compensation is historically contingent and not supported for small mammals in South American or Asian deserts.
Ecology 96:1702–1712.
Ecological Archives E096-152

Hostetler, Jeffrey A., and Richard B. Chandler. 2015.
Improved state-space models for inference about spatial and temporal variation in abundance from count data.
Ecology 96:1713–1723.
Ecological Archives E096-153

Louca, Stilianos, and Michael Doebeli. 2015.
Detecting cyclicity in ecological time series.
Ecology 96:1724–1732.
Ecological Archives E096-154

Ascheoug, Erik T., F. S. Sivakoff, H. L. Cayton, W. F. Morris, and N. M. Haddad. 2015.
Habitat restoration affects immature stages of a wetland butterfly through indirect effects on predation.
Ecology 96:1471–1477.
Ecological Archives E096-157

Koziol, Liz, and James D. Bever. 2015.
Mycorrhizal response trades off with plant growth rate and increases with plant successional status.
Ecology 96:1478–1484.
Ecological Archives E096-158

Smits, Adrianne P., Daniel E. Schindler, and Michael T. Brett. 2015.
Geomorphology controls the trophic base of stream food webs in a boreal watershed.
Ecology 96:1485–1492.
Ecological Archives E096-159

Mihaljevic, Joseph R., Maxwell B. Joseph, and Pieter T. J. Johnson. 2015.
Using multispecies occupancy models to improve the characterization and understanding of metacommunity structure.
Ecology 96:1493–1502.
Ecological Archives E096-160

Merkle, Jerod A., Seth G. Cherry, and Daniel Fortin. 2015.
Bison distribution under conflicting foraging strategies: site fidelity vs. energy maximization.
Ecology 96:1503–1511.
Ecological Archives E096-161

Cooper, Jennifer K., Matthew Spencer, and John F. Bruno. 2015.
Stochastic dynamics of a warmer Great Barrier Reef.
Ecology 96:1512–1521.
Ecological Archives E096-162

Gross, Kevin, and Peter J. Edmunds. 2015.
Stability of Caribbean coral communities quantified by long-term monitoring and autoregression.
Ecology 96:1522–1532.
Ecological Archives E096-163

Punchi-Manage, Ruwan, Thorsten Wiegand, Kerstin Wiegand, Stephan Getzin, Andreas Huth, C. V. Savitri Gunatilleke, and I. A. U. Nimal Gunatilleke. 2015.
Neighborhood diversity of large trees shows independent species patterns in a mixed dipterocarp forest in Sri Lanka.
Ecology 96:1533–1544.
Ecological Archives E096-164

Bell, David M., John B. Bradford, and William K. Lauenroth. 2015.
Scale dependence of disease impacts on quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides) mortality in the southwestern United States.
Ecology 96:1545–1555.
Ecological Archives E096-165

Hood, Sharon, Anna Sala, Emily K. Heyerdahl, and Marion Boutin. 2015.
Low-severity fire increases tree defense against bark beetle attacks.
Ecology 96:1556–1565.
Ecological Archives E096-166

Pasquini, Sarah H., S. Joseph Wright, and Louis S. Santiago. 2015.
Lianas always outperform tree seedlings regardless of soil nutrients: results from a long-term fertilization experiment.
Ecology 96:1576–1586.
Ecological Archives E096-167

Takatsu, Kunio, and Osamu Kishida. 2015.
Predator cannibalism can intensify negative impacts on heterospecific prey.
Ecology 96:1597–1608.
Ecological Archives E096-168

Castorani, Max C. N., and Kevin A. Hovel. 2015.
Invasive prey indirectly increase predation on their native competitors.
Ecology 96:1621–1632.
Ecological Archives E096-169

Kurten, Erin L., S. Joseph Wright, and Walter P. Carson. 2015.
Hunting alters seedling functional trait composition in a Neotropical forest.
Ecology 96:1633–1642.
Ecological Archives E096-170

Cooper, Nathan W., Thomas W. Sherry, and Peter P. Marra. 2015.
Experimental reduction of winter food decreases body condition and delays migration in a long-distance migratory bird.
Ecology 96:1643–1652.
Ecological Archives E096-171

Bijleveld, Allert I., Sönke Twietmeyer, Julia Piechocki, Jan A. van Gils, and Theunis Piersma. 2015.
Natural selection by pulsed predation: survival of the thickest.
Ecology 96:1653–1666.
Ecological Archives E096-172

Amundrud, Sarah L., and Diane S. Srivastava. 2015.
Drought sensitivity predicts habitat size sensitivity in an aquatic ecosystem.
Ecology 96:1667–1675.
Ecological Archives E096-173

Busby, Posy E., Louis J. Lamit, Arthur R. Keith, George Newcombe, Catherine A. Gehring, Thomas G. Whitham, and Rodolfo Dirzo. 2015.
Genetics-based interactions among plants, pathogens, and herbivores define arthropod community structure.
Ecology 96:1684–1694.
Ecological Archives E096-174

Powell, Jeff R., Allana Welsh, and Sara Hallin. 2015.
Microbial functional diversity enhances predictive models linking environmental parameters to ecosystem properties.
Ecology 96:1695–1703.
Ecological Archives E096-175

Baker, Nameer R., and Steven D. Allison. 2015.
Ultraviolet photodegradation facilitates microbial litter decomposition in a Mediterranean climate.
Ecology 96:1704–1713.
Ecological Archives E096-176

Peck, Lloyd S., Michael A. S. Thorne, Joseph I. Hoffman, Simon A. Morley, and Melody S. Clark. 2015.
Variability among individuals is generated at the gene expression level.
Ecology 96:1714–1724.
Ecological Archives E096-177

Emerson, Sarah, Charlotte Wickham, and Kenneth J. Ruzicka Jr. 2015.
Rethinking the linear regression model for spatial ecological data: Comment.
Ecology 96:1731–1735.
Ecological Archives E096-178

Jackson, M. C. 2015.
Interactions among multiple invasive animals.
Ecology 96:2035–2041.
Ecological Archives E096-179

Hol, W. H. Gera, Paolina Garbeva, Cornelis Hordijk, Maria P. J. Hundscheid, Paulien J. A. Klein Gunnewiek, Maaike van Agtmaal, Eiko E. Kuramae, and Wietse de Boer. 2015.
Non-random species loss in bacterial communities reduces antifungal volatile production.
Ecology 96:2042–2048.
Ecological Archives E096-180

Lajeunesse, Marc J. 2015.
Bias and correction for the log response ratio in ecological meta-analysis.
Ecology 96:2056–2063.
Ecological Archives E096-181

Kikvidze, Zaal, Robin W. Brooker, Bradley J. Butterfield, Ragan M. Callaway, Lohengrin A. Cavieres, Bradley J. Cook, Christopher J. Lortie, Richard Michalet, Francisco I. Pugnaire, Sa Xiao, Fabien Anthelme, Robert G. Björk, Brittany H. Cranston, Rosario G. Gavilán, Róbert Kanka, Emanuele Lingua, Jean-Paul Maalouf, Jalil Noroozi, Rabindra Parajuli, Gareth K. Phoenix, Anya Reid, Wendy M. Ridenour, Christian Rixen, and Christian Schöb. 2015.
The effects of foundation species on community assembly: a global study on alpine cushion plant communities.
Ecology 96:2064–2069.
Ecological Archives E096-182

Stephens, Jeffrey P., Keith A. Berven, Scott D. Tiegs, and Thomas R. Raffel. 2015.
Ecological stoichiometry quantitatively predicts responses of tadpoles to a food quality gradient.
Ecology 96:2070–2076.
Ecological Archives E096-183

Runemark, Anna, Kostas Sagonas, and Erik I. Svensson. 2015.
Ecological explanations to island gigantism: dietary niche divergence, predation and size in an endemic lizard.
Ecology 96:2077–2092.
Ecological Archives E096-184

Sekar, Nitin, Chia-Lo Lee, and Raman Sukumar. 2015.
In the elephant's seed shadow: the prospects of domestic bovids as replacement dispersers of three tropical Asian trees.
Ecology 96:2093–2105.
Ecological Archives E096-185

Barnum, Thomas P., John M. Drake, Checo Colón-Gaud, Amanda T. Rugenski, Therese C. Frauendorf, Scott Connelly, Susan S. Kilham, Matt R. Whiles, Karen R. Lips, and Catherine M. Pringle . 2015.
Evidence for the persistence of food web structure after amphibian extirpation in a Neotropical stream.
Ecology 96:2106–2116.
Ecological Archives E096-186

Kitzes, Justin, and John Harte. 2015.
Predicting extinction debt from community patterns.
Ecology 96:2127–2136.
Ecological Archives E096-187

Wurzburger, Nina, and S. Joseph Wright. 2015.
Fine-root responses to fertilization reveal multiple nutrient limitation in a lowland tropical forest.
Ecology 96:2137–2146.
Ecological Archives E096-188

Daleo, Pedro, Juan Alberti, Carlos Martín Bruschetti, Jesús Pascual, Oscar Iribarne, and Brian R. Silliman. 2015.
Physical stress modifies top-down and bottom-up forcing on plant growth and reproduction in a coastal ecosystem.
Ecology 96:2147–2156.
Ecological Archives E096-189

Lasky, Jesse R., Bénédicte Bachelot, Robert Muscarella, Naomi Schwartz, Jimena Forero-Montaña, Christopher J. Nytch, Nathan G. Swenson, Jill Thompson, Jess K. Zimmerman, and María Uriarte. 2015.
Ontogenetic shifts in trait-mediated mechanisms of plant community assembly.
Ecology 96:2157–2169.
Ecological Archives E096-190

Hempson, G. P., A. W. Illius, H. H. Hendricks, W. J. Bond, and S. Vetter. 2015.
Herbivore population regulation and resource heterogeneity in a stochastic environment.
Ecology 96:2170–2180.
Ecological Archives E096-191

Rodríguez-Rodríguez, María C., Pedro Jordano, and Alfredo Valido. 2015.
Hotspots of damage by anatgonists shape the spatial structure of plant–pollinator interactions.
Ecology 96:2181–2191.
Ecological Archives E096-192

Touchon, Justin C., Michael W. McCoy, Tobias Landberg, James R. Vonesh, and Karen M. Warkentin. 2015.
Putting µ/g in a new light: plasticity in life history switch points reflects fine-scale adaptive responses.
Ecology 96:2192–2202.
Ecological Archives E096-193

Coulon, A., J. Aben, S. C. F. Palmer, V. M. Stevens, T. Callens, D. Strubbe, L. Lens, E. Matthysen, M. Baguette, and J. M. J. Tavis. 2015.
A stochastic movement simulator improves estimates of landscape connectivity.
Ecology 96:2203–2213.
Ecological Archives E096-194

Manning, David W. P., Amy D. Rosemond, John S. Kominoski, Vladislav Gulis, Jonathan P. Benstead, and John C. Maerz. 2015.
Detrital stoichiometry as a critical nexus for the effects of streamwater nutrients on leaf litter breakdown rates.
Ecology 96:2225–2235.
Ecological Archives E096-195

Lett, Christophe, Tri Nguyen-Huu, Marion Cuif, Pablo Saenz-Agudelo, and David M. Kaplan. 2015.
Linking local retention, self-recruitment, and persistence in marine metapopulations.
Ecology 96:2236–2244.
Ecological Archives E096-196

Zwart, Jacob A., Christopher T. Solomon, and Stuart E. Jones. 2015.
Phytoplankton traits predict ecosystem function in a global set of lakes.
Ecology 96:2257–2264.
Ecological Archives E096-197

Craig, Matthew E., Scott M. Pearson, and Jennifer M. Fraterrigo. 2015.
Grass invasion effects on forest soil carbon depend on landscape-level land use patterns.
Ecology 96:2265–2279.
Ecological Archives E096-198

Ehrlén, Johan, Jana Raabova, and Johan P. Dahlgren. 2015.
Flowering schedule in a perennial plant; life history trade-offs, seed predation, and total offspring fitness.
Ecology 96:2280–2288.
Ecological Archives E096-199

Kuebbing, Sara E., Aimée T. Classen, Jaime J. Call, Jeremiah A. Henning, and Daniel Simberloff. 2015.
Plant–soil interactions promote co-occurrence of three nonnative woody shrubs.
Ecology 96:2289–2299.
Ecological Archives E096-200

Moreau, Delphine, Barbara Pivato, David Bru, Hugues Busset, Florence Deau, Céline Faivre, Annick Matejicek, Florence Strbik, Laurent Philippot, and Christophe . 2015.
Plant traits related to nitrogen uptake influence plant–microbe competition.
Ecology 96:2300–2310.
Ecological Archives E096-201

Zhu, Kai, Christopher W. Woodall, Joāo V. D. Monteiro, and James S. Clark. 2015.
Prevalence and strength of density-dependent tree recruitment.
Ecology 96:2319–2327.
Ecological Archives E096-205

Yu, Qiang, Kevin Wilcox, Kimberly La Pierre, Alan K. Knapp, Xingguo Han, and Melinda D. Smith. 2015.
Stoichiometric homeostasis predicts plant species dominance, temporal stability, and responses to global change.
Ecology 96:2328–2335.
Ecological Archives E096-206

Moeller, Holly V., Ian A. Dickie, Duane A. Peltzer, and Tadashi Fukami. 2015.
Mycorrhizal co-invasion and novel interactions depend on neighborhood context.
Ecology 96:2336–2347.
Ecological Archives E096-207

Hong, Brian C., and Jonathan B. Shurin. 2015.
Latitudinal variation in the response of tidepool copepods to mean and daily range in temperature.
Ecology 96:2348–2359.
Ecological Archives E096-208

terHorst, Casey P., Jennifer A. Lau, Idelle A. Cooper, Kane R. Keller, Raffica J. La Rosa, Anne M. Royer, Elizabeth H. Schultheis, Tomoi Suwa, and Jeffrey K. Conner. 2015.
Quantifying nonadditive selection caused by indirect ecological effects.
Ecology 96:2360–2369.
Ecological Archives E096-209

Cade, Brian S. 2015.
Model averaging and muddled multimodel inferences.
Ecology 96:2370–2382.
Ecological Archives E096-210

Peschel, Anna R., Donald R. Zak, Lauren C. Cline, and Zachary Freedman. 2015.
Elk, sagebrush, and saprotrophs: indirect top-down control on microbial community composition and function.
Ecology 96:2383–2393.
Ecological Archives E096-211

Bokhorst, Stef, Johan Asplund, Paul Kardol, and David A. Wardle. 2015.
Lichen physiological traits and growth forms affect communities of associated invertebrates.
Ecology 96:2394–2407.
Ecological Archives E096-212

Jonas, Jayne L., Deborah A. Buhl, and Amy J. Symstad. 2015.
Impacts of weather on long-term patterns of plant richness and diversity vary with location and management.
Ecology 96:2417–2432.
Ecological Archives E096-213

Mendola, Meredith L., Sara G. Baer, Loretta C. Johnson, and Brian R. Maricle. 2015.
The role of ecotypic variation and the environment on biomass and nitrogen in a dominant prairie grass.
Ecology 96:2433–2445.
Ecological Archives E096-214

Schultheis, Elizabeth H., Andrea E. Berardi, and Jennifer A. Lau. 2015.
No release for the wicked: enemy release is dynamic and not associated with invasiveness.
Ecology 96:2446–2457.
Ecological Archives E096-215

Gutiérrez-Cánovas, Cayetano, David Sánchez-Fernández, Josefa Velasco, Andrés Millán, and Núria Bonada. 2015.
Similarity in difference: changes in community functional features along natural and anthropogenic stress gradients.
Ecology 96:2458–2466.
Ecological Archives E096-216

Wacker, Alexander, Vanessa Marzetz, and Elly Spijkerman. 2015.
Interspecific competition in phytoplankton drives the availability of essential mineral and biochemical nutrients.
Ecology 96:2467–2477.
Ecological Archives E096-217

Stuart-Haëntjens, Ellen J., Peter S. Curtis, Robert T. Fahey, Christoph S. Vogel, and Christopher M. Gough. 2015.
Net primary production of a temperate deciduous forest exhibits a threshold response to increasing disturbance severity.
Ecology 96:2478–2487.
Ecological Archives E096-218

See, Craig R., Ruth D. Yanai, Melany C. Fisk, Matthew A. Vadeboncoeur, Braulio A. Quintero, and Timothy J. Fahey. 2015.
Soil nitrogen affects phosphorus recycling foliar resorption and plant–soil feedbacks in a northern hardwood forest.
Ecology 96:2488–2498.
Ecological Archives E096-219

Moore, Michael P., Tobias Landberg, and Howard H. Whiteman. 2015.
Maternal investment mediates offspring life history variation with context-dependent fitness consequences.
Ecology 96:2499–2509.
Ecological Archives E096-220

Stahlheber, Karen A., Kimberly L. Crispin, Cassidy Anton, and Carla M. D'Antonio. 2015.
The ghosts of trees past: savanna trees create enduring legacies in plant species composition.
Ecology 96:2510–2522.
Ecological Archives E096-221

Smith, Lauren M., and Heather L. Reynolds. 2015.
Plant–soil feedbacks shift from negative to positive with decreasing light in forest understory species.
Ecology 96:2523–2532.
Ecological Archives E096-222

Geraldi, Nathan R. 2015.
Prey size structure diminishes cascading effects by increasing interference competition and predation among prey.
Ecology 96:2533–2543.
Ecological Archives E096-223

Doody, J. Sean, Rebekah Soanes, Christina M. Castellano, David Rhind, Brian Green, Colin R. McHenry, and Simon Clulow. 2015.
Invasive toads shift predator–prey densities in animal communities by removing top predators.
Ecology 96:2544–2554.
Ecological Archives E096-224

Lamb, Joleah B., David H. Williamson, Garry P. Russ, and Bette L. Willis. 2015.
Protected areas mitigate diseases of reef-building corals by reducing damage from fishing.
Ecology 96:2555–2567.
Ecological Archives E096-225

Schmidt, Joshua H., Devin S. Johnson, Mark S. Lindberg, and Layne G. Adams. 2015.
Estimating demographic parameters using a combination of known-fate and open N-mixture models.
Ecology 96:2583–2589.
Ecological Archives E096-227

Brost, Brian M., Mevin B. Hooten, Ephraim M. Hanks, and Robert J. Small. 2015.
Animal movement constraints improve resource selection inference in the presence of telemetry error.
Ecology 96:2590–2597.
Ecological Archives E096-228

Albertsen, Christoffer Moesgaard, Kim Whoriskey, David Yurkowski, Anders Nielsen, and Joanna Mills Flemming. 2015.
Fast fitting of non-Gaussian state-space models to animal movement data via Template Model Builder.
Ecology 96:2598–2604.
Ecological Archives E096-229

Lemoine, Nathan P., Jessica Shue, Brittany Verrico, David Erickson, W. John Kress, and John D. Parker. 2015.
Phylogenetic relatedness and leaf functional traits, not introduced status, influence community assembly.
Ecology 96:2605–2612.
Ecological Archives E096-230

Guo, Qinfeng, Songlin Fei, Jeffrey S. Dukes, Christopher M. Oswalt, Basil V. Iannone Iii, and Kevin M. Potter. 2015.
A unified approach for quantifying invasibility and degree of invasion.
Ecology 96:2613–2621.
Ecological Archives E096-231

Basille, Mathieu, Daniel Fortin, Christian Dussault, Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau, Jean-Pierre Ouellet, and Réhaume Courtois. 2015.
Plastic response of fearful prey to the spatiotemporal dynamics of predator distribution.
Ecology 96:2622–2631.
Ecological Archives E096-232

Fitzpatrick, Connor R., Anurag A. Agrawal, Nathan Basiliko, Amy P. Hastings, Marney E. Isaac, Michael Preston, and Marc T. J. Johnson. 2015.
The importance of plant genotype and contemporary evolution for terrestrial ecosystem processes.
Ecology 96:2632–2642.
Ecological Archives E096-233

Mordecai, Erin A., Nicole A. Molinari, Karen A. Stahlheber, Kevin Gross, and Carla D’antonio. 2015.
Controls over native perennial grass exclusion and persistence in California grasslands invaded by annuals.
Ecology 96:2643–2652.
Ecological Archives E096-234

Brudvig, Lars A., Ellen I. Damschen, Nick M. Haddad, Douglas J. Levey, and Joshua J. Tewksbury. 2015.
The influence of habitat fragmentation on multiple plant–animal interactions and plant reproduction.
Ecology 96:2669–2678.
Ecological Archives E096-235

Ripley, Brad, Vernon Visser, Pascal-Antoine Christin, Sally Archibald, Tarryn Martin, and Colin Osborne. 2015.
Fire ecology of C3 and C4 grasses depends on evolutionary history and frequency of burning but not photosynthetic type.
Ecology 96:2679–2691.
Ecological Archives E096-236

Bregman, Tom P., Alexander C. Lees, Nathalie Seddon, Hannah E. A. Macgregor, Bianca Darski, Alexandre Aleixo, Michael B. Bonsall, and Joseph A. Tobias. 2015.
Species interactions regulate the collapse of biodiversity and ecosystem function in tropical forest fragments.
Ecology 96:2692–2704.
Ecological Archives E096-237

Ford, Adam T., Jacob R. Goheen, David J. Augustine, Margaret F. Kinnaird, Timothy G. O’brien, Todd M. Palmer, Robert M. Pringle, and Rosie Woodroffe. 2015.
Recovery of African wild dogs suppresses prey but does not trigger a trophic cascade.
Ecology 96:2705–2714.
Ecological Archives E096-238

McConkey, Kim R., Warren Y. Brockelman, Chanpen Saralamba, and Anuttara Nathalang. 2015.
Effectiveness of primate seed dispersers for an ‘‘oversized’’ fruit, Garcinia benthamii.
Ecology 96:2737–2747.
Ecological Archives E096-239

Wright, S. Joseph, I-Fang Sun, Maria Pickering, Christine D. Fletcher, and Yu-Yun Chen. 2015.
Long-term changes in liana loads and tree dynamics in a Malaysian forest.
Ecology 96:2748–2757.
Ecological Archives E096-240

Anderson, Kurt E., Brian D. Inouye, and Nora Underwood. 2015.
Can inducible resistance in plants cause herbivore aggregations? Spatial patterns in an inducible plant/herbivore model.
Ecology 96:2758–2770.
Ecological Archives E096-241

Larios, Eugenio, and D. Lawrence Venable. 2015.
Maternal adjustment of offspring provisioning and the consequences for dispersal.
Ecology 96:2771–2780.
Ecological Archives E096-242

Retana, Javier, Xavier Arnan, and Xim Cerda. 2015.
A multidimensional functional trait analysis of resource exploitation in European ants.
Ecology 96:2781–2793.
Ecological Archives E096-243

Straile, Dietmar, Onur Kerimoglu, and Frank Peeters. 2015.
Trophic mismatch requires seasonal heterogeneity of warming.
Ecology 96:2794–2805.
Ecological Archives E096-244

Luo, Zhongkui, Enli Wang, and Chris Smith. 2015.
Fresh carbon input differentially impacts soil carbon decomposition across natural and managed systems.
Ecology 96:2806–2813.
Ecological Archives E096-245

Mazel, Florent, Julien Renaud, François Guilhaumon, David Mouillot, Dominique Gravel, and Wilfried Thuiller. 2015.
Mammalian phylogenetic diversity—area relationships at a continental scale.
Ecology 96:2814–2822.
Ecological Archives E096-246

Westley, Peter A. H., Andrew H. Dittman, Eric J. Ward, and Thomas P. Quinn. 2015.
Signals of climate, conspecific density, and watershed features in patterns of homing and dispersal by Pacific salmon.
Ecology 96:2823–2833.
Ecological Archives E096-247

Baylis, Alastair M. M., Rachael A. Orben, John P. Y. Arnould, Fredrik Christiansen, Graeme C. Hays, and Iain J. Staniland. 2015.
Disentangling the cause of a catastrophic population decline in a large marine mammal.
Ecology 96:2834–2847.
Ecological Archives E096-248

Larson, Andrew J., James A. Lutz, Daniel C. Donato, James A. Freund, Mark E. Swanson, Janneke Hillerislambers, Douglas G. Sprugel, and Jerry F. Franklin. 2015.
Spatial aspects of tree mortality strongly differ between young and old-growth forests.
Ecology 96:2855–2861.
Ecological Archives E096-249

LoPresti, E. F., I. S. Pearse, and G. K. Charles. 2015.
The siren song of a sticky plant: Columbines provision mutualist arthropods by attracting and killing passerby insects.
Ecology 96:2862–2869.
Ecological Archives E096-250

Karlsson, Jan, Ann-Kristin Bergström, Pär Byström, Cristian Gudasz, Patricia Rodríguez, and Catherine Hein. 2015.
Terrestrial organic matter input suppresses biomass production in lake ecosystems.
Ecology 96:2870–2876.
Ecological Archives E096-251

Markel, Russell W., and Jonathan B. Shurin. 2015.
Indirect effects of sea otters on rockfish (Sebastes spp.) in giant kelp forests.
Ecology 96:2877–2890.
Ecological Archives E096-252

Pardikes, Nicholas A., Arthur M. Shapiro, Lee A. Dyer, and Matthew L. Forister. 2015.
Global weather and local butterflies: variable responses to a large-scale climate pattern along an elevational gradient.
Ecology 96:2891–2901.
Ecological Archives E096-253

Royauté, Raphaël, and Jonathan N. Pruitt. 2015.
Varying predator personalities generates contrasting prey communities in an agroecosystem.
Ecology 96:2902–2911.
Ecological Archives E096-254

Lajoie, Geneviève, and Mark Vellend. 2015.
Understanding context dependence in the contribution of intraspecific variation to community trait–environment matching.
Ecology 96:2912–2922.
Ecological Archives E096-255

Kempel, Anne, Mialy Razanajatovo, Claudia Stein, Sybille B. Unsicker, Harald Auge, Wolfgang W. Weisser, Markus Fischer, and Daniel Prati. 2015.
Herbivore preference drives plant community composition.
Ecology 96:2923–2934.
Ecological Archives E096-256

Allstadt, Andrew J., Andrew M. Liebhold, Derek M. Johnson, Robert E. Davis, and Kyle J. Haynes. 2015.
Temporal variation in the synchrony of weather and its consequences for spatiotemporal population dynamics.
Ecology 96:2935–2946.
Ecological Archives E096-257

Lardy, Sophie, Dominique Allainé, Christophe Bonenfant, and Aurélie Cohas. 2015.
Sex-specific determinants of fitness in a social mammal.
Ecology 96:2947–2959.
Ecological Archives E096-258

Lefcheck, Jonathan S., and J. Emmett Duffy. 2015.
Multitrophic functional diversity predicts ecosystem functioning in experimental assemblages of estuarine consumers.
Ecology 96:2973–2983.
Ecological Archives E096-259

Dorn, Nathan J., and Mark I. Cook. 2015.
Hydrological disturbance diminishes predator control in wetlands.
Ecology 96:2984–2993.
Ecological Archives E096-260

Bumpers, Phillip M., John C. Maerz, Amy D. Rosemond, and Jonathan P. Benstead. 2015.
Salamander growth rates increase along an experimental stream phosphorus gradient.
Ecology 96:2994–3004.
Ecological Archives E096-261

Derbyshire, Rachael, Dan Strickland, and D. Ryan Norris. 2015.
Experimental evidence and 43 years of monitoring data show that food limits reproduction in a food-caching passerine.
Ecology 96:3005–3015.
Ecological Archives E096-262

Wilson, Howard B., Jonathan R. Rhodes, and Hugh P. Possingham . 2015.
Two additional principles for determining which species to monitor.
Ecology 96:3016–3022.
Ecological Archives E096-263

Brown, Carissa D., Juxin Liu, Guohua Yan, and Jill F. Johnstone. 2015.
Disentangling legacy effects from environmental filters of postfire assembly of boreal tree assemblages.
Ecology 96:3023–3032.
Ecological Archives E096-264

Torchin, Mark E., Osamu Miura, and Ryan F. Hechinger. 2015.
Parasite species richness and intensity of interspecific interactions increase with latitude in two wide-ranging hosts.
Ecology 96:3033–3042.
Ecological Archives E096-265

Trevathan-Tackett, Stacey M., Jeffrey Kelleway, Peter I. Macreadie, John Beardall, Peter Ralph, and Alecia Bellgrove. 2015.
Comparison of marine macrophytes for their contributions to blue carbon sequestration.
Ecology 96:3043–3057.
Ecological Archives E096-266

Wakefield, Ewan D., Ian R. Cleasby, Stuart Bearhop, Thomas W. Bodey, Rachel D. Davies, Peter I. Miller, Jason Newton, Stephen C. Votier, and Keith C. Hamer. 2015.
Long-term individual foraging site fidelity–why some gannets don’t change their spots.
Ecology 96:3058–3074.
Ecological Archives E096-267

Plum, Christoph, Matthias Hüsener, and Helmut Hillebrand. 2015.
Multiple vs. single phytoplankton species alter stoichiometry of trophic interaction with zooplankton.
Ecology 96:3075–3089.
Ecological Archives E096-268

Castorani, Max C. N., Daniel C. Reed, Filipe Alberto, Tom W. Bell, Rachel D. Simons, Kyle C. Cavanaugh, David A. Siegel, and Peter T. Raimondi. 2015.
Connectivity structures local population dynamics: a long-term empirical test in a large metapopulation system.
Ecology 96:3141–3152.
Ecological Archives E096-270

Rauset, Geir Rune, Matthew Low, and Jens Persson. 2015.
Reproductive patterns result from age-related sensitivity to resources and reproductive costs in a mammalian carnivore.
Ecology 96:3153–3164.
Ecological Archives E096-271

Haslem, Angie, Dale G. Nimmo, James Q. Radford, and Andrew F. Bennett. 2015.
Landscape properties mediate the homogenization of bird assemblages during climatic extremes.
Ecology 96:3165–3174.
Ecological Archives E096-272

Zheng, Chaozhi, Otso Ovaskainen, Tomas Roslin, and Ayco J. M. Tack. 2015.
Beyond metacommunity paradigms: habitat configuration, life history, and movement shape an herbivore community on oak.
Ecology 96:3175–3185.
Ecological Archives E096-273

Petraitis, P. S., and S. R. Dudgeon. 2015.
Variation in recruitment and the establishment of alternative community states.
Ecology 96:3186–3196.
Ecological Archives E096-274

Kenkel, Carly D., Albert T. Almanza, and Mikhail V. Matz. 2015.
Fine-scale environmental specialization of reef-building corals might be limiting reef recovery in the Florida Keys.
Ecology 96:3197–3212.
Ecological Archives E096-275

Turner, Thomas F., Trevor J. Krabbenhoft, Michael L. Collyer, Corey A. Krabbenhoft, Melanie S. Edwards, and Zachary D. Sharp. 2015.
Retrospective stable isotope analysis reveals ecosystem responses to river regulation over the last century.
Ecology 96:3213–3226.
Ecological Archives E096-276

Leibold, Mathew A., and Nicolas Loeuille. 2015.
Species sorting and patch dynamics in harlequin metacommunities affect the relative importance of environment and space.
Ecology 96:3227–3233.
Ecological Archives E096-277

Fukumori, Kayoko, George Livingston, and Mathew A. Leibold. 2015.
Disturbance-mediated colonization–extinction dynamics in experimental protist metacommunities.
Ecology 96:3234–3242.
Ecological Archives E096-278

Uszko, Wojciech, Sebastian Diehl, Nadine Pitsch, Kathrin Lengfellner, and Thomas Müller. 2015.
When is a type III functional response stabilizing? Theory and practice of predicting plankton dynamics under enrichment.
Ecology 96:3243–3256.
Ecological Archives E096-279

Jardine, Timothy D., Ryan Woods, Jonathan Marshall, James Fawcett, Jaye Lobegeiger, Dominic Valdez, and Martin J. Kainz. 2015.
Reconciling the role of organic matter pathways in aquatic food webs by measuring multiple tracers in individuals.
Ecology 96:3257–3269.
Ecological Archives E096-280

Janssens, Lizanne, Marie Van Dievel, and Robby Stoks. 2015.
Warming reinforces nonconsumptive predator effects on prey growth, physiology, and body stoichiometry.
Ecology 96:3270–3280.
Ecological Archives E096-281

Neuheimer, A. B., M. Hartvig, J. Heuschele, S. Hylander, T. Kiørboe, K. H. Olsson, J. Sainmont, and K. H. Andersen. 2015.
Adult and offspring size in the ocean over 17 orders of magnitude follows two life history strategies.
Ecology 96:3303–3311.
Ecological Archives E096-282

Miller, Jesse E. D., Ellen I. Damschen, Susan P. Harrison, and James B. Grace. 2015.
Landscape structure affects specialists but not generalists in naturally fragmented grasslands.
Ecology 96:3323–3331.
Ecological Archives E096-283

Atwater, Daniel Z., and Ragan M. Callaway. 2015.
Testing the mechanisms of diversity-dependent overyielding in a grass species.
Ecology 96:3332–3342.
Ecological Archives E096-284

Koski, Matthew H., and Tia-Lynn Ashman. 2015.
An altitudinal cline in UV floral pattern corresponds with a behavioral change of a generalist pollinator assemblage.
Ecology 96:3343–3353.
Ecological Archives E096-285

Deng, Qi, Dafeng Hui, Yiqi Luo, James Elser, Ying-Ping Wang, Irakli Loladze, Quanfa Zhang, and Sam Dennis. 2015.
Down-regulation of tissue N:P ratios in terrestrial plants by elevated CO2.
Ecology 96:3354–3362.
Ecological Archives E096-286

Kalusová, Veronika, Milan Chytrý, Robert K. Peet, and Thomas R. Wentworth. 2015.
Intercontinental comparison of habitat levels of invasion between temperate North America and Europe.
Ecology 96:3363–3373.
Ecological Archives E096-287

Cline, Lauren C., and Donald R. Zak. 2015.
Soil microbial communities are shaped by plant-driven changes in resource availability during secondary succession.
Ecology 96:3374–3385.
Ecological Archives E096-288