Pictured from left: Gyorgy Barabas, Rosalyn Rael, Annette Ostling, Susanna Messinger, Rafael D`Andrea. 

 

Ostling Lab Publications

 

 

(*Postdoc advised by Ostling, **Graduate Student advised by Ostling, ***Undergraduate Student advised by Ostling)

 

 

Submitted & In Review

1.        Ostling, A, J K Lake*, J Winters***, G Chong***, X Li***, C Weinberger***, and R Rael* (In Review) A test of a size-structured neutral theory on tropical forest data. Ecology.

 

2.        Marquet P.A., A.P. Allen, J.H. Brown, J. Dunne, B.J. Enquist, J. Gillooly, P.A. Gowaty, J.L. Green, D. Storch, J. Harte, S.P. Hubbell, J. O`Dwyer, J. Okie, M. Ritchie, A. Ostling, and G.B. West (In Review) On theory in ecology.  Bioscience.

 

3.        Barabas, G**, L Pasztor, G Meszena and A Ostling (In Review) Community-wide sensitivity analysis: theory and application.  Ecology Letters (Ideas & Perspectives piece).  pdf

 

 

 

Published

1.        Barabas, G**, G Meszena, and A Ostling (2014) Fixed point sensitivity analysis of interacting structured populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 92:97-106. DOI:10.1016/j.tpb.2013.12.001 pdf

 

2.        Messinger, S. ** and A. Ostling  (2013) Predator evolution in space: self-shading leads to novel effects of predator and prey ecology on the predator`s evolved attack rate. Theoretical Population Biology 89:55-63. DOI: 10.1016/j.tpb.2013.08.003  pdf  supplemental supplemental animation 1  supplemental animation 2  supplemental animation 3 

 

3.        Barabas, G.** and A. Ostling (2013) Community robustness in periodic environments for discrete-time dynamics.  Ecological Complexity 15:122-130. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2013.07.001 pdf

 

4.        Barabas, G.**, R. D`Andrea**, R. Rael*, G. Meszena, and A. Ostling (In Press) Emergent neutrality or hidden niches? Oikos. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2013.00298.x, reply DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2013.00790.x

 

5.        Sedio, B.** and A. Ostling (2013) How specialized must natural enemies be to facilitate coexistence among plants? Ecology Letters. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12130 pdf supp Online publication date: June, 2013

 

6.        D`Andrea, R. **, G. Barabas**, and A. Ostling (2013) Revising the tolerance-fecundity tradeoff, or On the consequences of discontinuous resource use.  The American Naturalist 181: E91-E101.  DOI: 10.1086/669902 pdf supp_appA  supp_appB  supp_appC  supp_appD

 

7.        Messinger, S.** and A. Ostling (2013) The influence of host reproduction, host death, and pathogen virulence on the evolution of pathogen transmission in a spatial context.  Evolutionary Ecology 27: 353-380.  DOI: 10.1007/s10682-012-9594-y pdf  Online publication date: August, 2012.

 

8.        Barabas, G.**, R. D`Andrea**, and A. Ostling (2013) Species packing in nonsmooth competition models.  Theoretical Ecology 6:1-19 DOI: 10.1007/s12080-011-0151-z pdf  Online publication date: January, 2012

 

 

9.        Zhang, D. Y., B. Y. Zhang, K. Lin, X. Jiang, Y. Tao, S. Hubbell, F. He, and A. Ostling (2012) Demographic tradeoffs shape species abundance and diversity.  Journal of Plant Ecology 5:82-88. DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rtr039 pdf

 

 

10.     Ostling, A. (2012) Large-scale spatial synchrony and the stability of forest biodiversity revisited.  Journal of Plant Ecology 5:52-63. DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rtr035 pdf  Recommended by Faculty of 1000

 

 

11.     Barabas, G. **, G. Meszena, and A. Ostling  (2012) Community robustness and limiting similarity in periodic environments.  Theoretical Ecology 5:265-282.  DOI: 10.1007/s12080-011-0127-z pdf  Online publication date: May 2011

 

 

12.     Ostling, A.  (2012) Do fitness-equalizing tradeoffs lead to neutral communities?  Theoretical Ecology 5:181-194.  DOI: 10.1007/s12080-010-0107-8 pdf supplementary material Online publication date: Jan, 2011

 

 

13.    Brym, Z. T. ***, J. K. Lake*, D. Allen, and A. Ostling.  (2011) Plant functional traits suggest novel ecological strategy for an invasive shrub in an understory woody plant community.  Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 1098-1106. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02049.x pdf 

 

 

14.     Lake, J. K.*, and A. Ostling (2009)  Comment on: Functional Traits and Niche-Based Tree Community Assembly in an Amazonian Forest.  Science 324:1015-c. pdf kraft reply original kraft article

 

 

15.     Messinger, S. ** and A. Ostling (2009) The consequences of spatial structure for pathogen evolution.  The American Naturalist 174:441-454. pdf

 

 

16.     Morlon, H., White, E., Etienne, R., Green, J., Ostling, A., Alonso, D., Enquist, B., He, F.,  Hurlbert, A., Magurran, A., Maurer, B., McGill, B., Olff, H., Storch, D., and T. Zillio (2009)  Taking species abundance distributions beyond individuals.  Ecology Letters 12:488-501. pdf   

 

 

17.     O`Dwyer, J. P., J. K. Lake*, A. Ostling, V. M. Savage, and J. L. Green (2009)  An intergrative framework for stochastic, size-structured community assembly.  PNAS 106:6170-6175. pdf supplemental  Recommended by Faculty of 1000

 

 

18.     Ballantyne, F., D. Menge, A. Ostling, and P. Hosseini.  (2008)  Nutrient recycling affects autotroph and ecosystem stochiometry.  American Naturalist 171: 511-523. pdf

 

 

19.     Alonso, D.*, A. Ostling, and R. Etienne.  (2008) The assumption of symmetry and species abundance distributions.  Ecology Letters 11:93-105. pdf  sup1 sup2

 

 

20.     McGill, B., R. S. Ettiene, J. Gray, D. Alonso, M. J. Anderson, H. K. Benecha, M. Dornelas, B. J. Enquist, J. L. Green, F. He, A. Hurlbert, A. E. Magurran, P. A. Marquet, B. A. Maurer, A. Ostling, C. U. Sokyan, K. Ugland, and E. White (2007) Species abundance distributions: Moving beyond single prediction theories to integration within an ecological framework. Ecology Letters 10:  995-1015. pdf

 

 

21.     Carey, S., A. Ostling, Harte, J., and R. del Moral.  (2007) Impact of curve construction and community dynamics on the species-time relationship.  Ecology 88: 2145-2153. pdf

 

 

22.     Ostling, A. (2005) Neutral theory tested by birds.  Nature 436: 635. (News and Views) pdf

 

 

23.     Harte, J., E. Conlisk, A. Ostling, J. L. Green, and A. B. Smith. (2005) A theory of spatial-abundance and species-abundance distributions in ecological communities at multiple spatial scales. Ecological Monographs 75: 179-197. pdf

 

 

24.     Harte, J., A. Ostling, J. L. Green, and A. P. Kinzig. (2004) Climate Change and Extinction.  Nature 430: Brief Communications. pdf

 

 

25.     Ostling, A., J. Harte, J. L. Green, and A. P. Kinzig. (2004) Self-similarity, the power-law form of the species-area relationship, and a probability rule:  A reply.  The American Naturalist 163: 627-633. pdf

 

 

26.     Brose, U., A. Ostling, K. Harrison, and N. D. Martinez. (2004) Unified spatial scaling of species and their trophic interactions.  Nature 428:167-171. pdf

 

 

27.     Green, J. L., and A. Ostling.  (2003) Endemics-area relationships: the influence of species dominance and spatial aggregation.  Ecology 84: 3090-3094. pdf 

 

 

28.     Ostling, A., J. Harte, J. L. Green, and A. P. Kinzig. (2003) A community-level fractal property produces power-law species-area relationships in nature. Oikos 103: 218-224. pdf

 

 

29.     Green, J. L., J. Harte, and A. Ostling.  (2003) Species richness, endemism and abundance patterns:  tests of two fractal models in a serpentine grassland Ecology Letters 6: 919-928. pdf

 

 

30.     Harte, J., T. Blackburn, and A. Ostling. (2001) Self-similarity and the relationship between abundance and range size. The American Naturalist 157:374-386. pdf

 

 

31.     Green, J. L., J. Harte, and A. Ostling. (2001) Global warming, temperature homogenization and species extinction, in Biotic Homogenization, Lockwood, J. and M. McKinney, editors, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers (2001). pdf

 

 

32.     Ostling, A., J. Harte, and J. Green. (2000) Self-similarity and clustering in the spatial distribution of species -Technical Comment. Science 290:671a. pdf  Condit article  

 

 

33.     Sardesai M., C. Figge, M. Bodner, M. Crosby, J. Hansen, J. A. Quillfeldt, S. Landau, A. Ostling, S. Vuong, and G. L. Shaw.  (2001) Reliable short-term memory in the trion model: toward a cortical language and grammar. Biological Cybernetics 84:173-182.