AuthorsYearTitleJournal pdfSource
Borelli, Allesina, Amarasekare, Arditi, Chase, Damuth, Holt, Logefet, Novak, Rohr, Rossberg, Spencer, Tran & Ginzburg2015Selection on stability across ecological scales.Trends in Ecology & Evolution30(7): 417-425pdflink
Terry & Novak2015Where does the time go: Mixing and the depth-dependent distribution of fossil ages.Geology43: 487-490pdf
Novak & Tinker2015Time-scales alter the inferred strength and temporal consistency of intraspecific diet specialization.Oecologia178: 61-74pdf
Beas-Luna, Novak, Carr, Tinker, Black, Caselle, Hoban, Malone, Iles2014An online database for informing ecological network models: ONE9(10): e109356pdflink
Novak2013Trophic omnivory across a productivity gradient: intraguild predation theory and the structure and strength of species interactions.Proceedings of the Royal Society B280: 20131415request
Kenner, Estes, Tinker, Bodkin, Cowen, Harrold, Hatfield, Novak, Rassweiler & Reed2013A multi-decade time series of kelp forest community structure at San Nicolas Island, California.Ecology (Data paper)94(11): 2654pdflink
Yeakel, Guimarães, Novak, Fox-Dobbs & Koch2012Probabilistic patterns of interaction: The effects of link-strength variability on food-web structure.Journal of the Royal Society Interface9: 3219-3228pdf SOMlink
Twardochleb, Novak & Moore2012
Using the functional response of a consumer to predict biotic resistance to invasive prey.Ecological Applications
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22(4): 1162–1171pdflink
Tinker, Guimarães, Novak, Marquitti, Bodkin, Staedler, Bentall & Estes2012Structure and mechanism of diet specialization: testing models of individual variation in resource use with sea otters.Ecology Letters15(5): 475-483pdf SOMlink
Novak, Moore & Leidy2011Nestedness patterns and the dual nature of community reassembly in California streams: a multivariate permutation-based approach.Global Change Biology17: 3714-3723pdflink
Yeakel, Novak, Guimarães, Dominy, Koch, Ward, Moore & Semmens2011Merging resource availability with isotope mixing models: the role of neutral interaction assumptions.PLoS One6(7): e22015pdflink
Novak, Wootton, Doak, Emmerson, Estes & Tinker2011Predicting community responses to perturbations in the face of imperfect knowledge and network complexity.Ecology (Concepts & Synthesis)
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92(4): 836-846pdflink
Yeakel, Stiefs, Novak & Gross2011Generalized modeling of ecological population dynamics.Theoretical Ecology
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4(2): 179-194pdflink
Bolnick, Amarasekare, Araújo, Bürger, Levine, Novak, Schreiber, Urban & Vasseur 2011Why intraspecific trait variation matters in community ecology.Trends in Ecology & Evolution26(4): 183-191pdflink
DeAngelis, Wolkowicz, Lou, Jian, Novak, Svanbäck, Araújo, Jo & Cleary2011The effect of travel loss on evolutionarily stable distributions of populations in space.The American Naturalist178(1): 15-29pdflink
Novak2010Estimating interaction strengths in nature: experimental support for an observational approach.Ecology91(8): 2394-2405pdflink
Novak & Wootton2010Using experimental indices to quantify the strength of species interactions.Oikos119: 1057-1063pdf
Novak & Wootton2008Estimating nonlinear interaction strengths: an observational method for species-rich food webs.Ecology (Report)89(8): 2083-2089pdflink
Doak, Estes, Halpern, Jacob, Lindberg, Lovvorn, Monson, Tinker, Williams, Wootton, Carroll, Emmerson, Micheli & Novak2008Understanding and predicting ecological dynamics: are major surprises inevitable?Ecology (Concepts & Synthesis)89(4): 952-961pdflink
Novak2004Diurnal activity in a group of Gulf of Maine decapods.Crustaceana77(5): 603-620pdflink


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Moulvi2014Complex networks in kelp forest ecosystems: Visualizing big dataOSUURSA Engagepdf