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Scientific publications

2012

Kinzig AP, Perrings C, Chapin FS, Polasky S, Smith VK, Tilman D and Turner BL. 2012. Ecosystem Services: Free Lunch No More Response. Science. 335(6069):656-657

Scherer-Lorenzen M. 2012. Redefining our understanding of forest biodiversity. International Innovation Environment. February 2012:28-30

 

2011

Deacon RT, Finnoff D and Tschirhart J. 2011. Restricted capacity and rent dissipation in a regulated open access fishery. Resource and Energy Economics. 33(2):366-380

Fenichel EP, Castillo-Chavez C, Ceddia MG, Chowell G, Parra PAG, Hickling GJ, Holloway G, Horan R, Morin B, Perrings C, Springborn M, Velazquez L and Villalobos C. 2011. Adaptive human behavior in epidemiological models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108(15):6306-6311

Lin BB, Flynn DFB, Bunker DE, Uriarte M and Naeem S. 2011. The effect of agricultural diversity and crop choice on functional capacity change in grassland conversions. Journal of Applied Ecology. 48(3):609-618

 

2010

Avila Foucat VS, Perrings C and Raffaelli D. 2010. Ecological Economic model for watershed management: The case of Tonameca watershed in Mexico. VDM Verlag Dr. Mülle. 212p.

Brock W, Kinzig A and Perrings C. 2010. Modeling the Economics of Biodiversity and Environmental Heterogeneity. Environmental and Resource Economics. 46(1):43-58

Finnoff D, Potapov A and Lewis MA. 2010. Control and the management of a spreading invader. Resource and Energy Economics. 32(4):534-550

Finnoff D, McIntosh C, Shogren JF, Sims C and Warziniack T. 2010. Invasive Species and Endogenous Risk. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 2(1):77-100

Gessner MO, Swan CM, Dang CK, McKie BG, Bardgett RD, Wall DH and Hättenschwiler S. 2010. Diversity meets decomposition. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 25(6):372-380

Mace GM, Cramer W, Diaz S, Faith DP, Larigauderie A, Le Prestre P, Palmer M, Perrings C, Scholes RJ, Walpole M, Walther BA, Watson JEM and Mooney HA. 2010. Biodiversity targets after 2010. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 2(1-2):3-8

McIntosh CR, Shogren JF and Finnoff DC. 2010. Invasive species and delaying the inevitable: Valuation evidence from a national survey. Ecological Economics. 69(3):632-640

Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M. 2010. Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. Oxford, UK. 288p.

    • Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M. 2010. The problem of invasive species. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 1-18
    • Thomas CD and Ohlemüller R. 2010. Climate change and species’ distributions: an alien future? In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 19-29
    • New M and McSweeney C. 2010. Climate and invasive species: the limits to climate information. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions & globalization: ecology, economics, management, and policy. Oxford University Press. 30-41
    • Perrings C, Fenichel E and Kinzig A. 2010. Globalization and invasive alien species: trade, pests and pathogens. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 42-55
    • Williamson M. 2010. Variation in the rate and pattern of spread in introduced species and its implications. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 56-65
    • Pysek P, Chytry M and Jarosik V. 2010. Habitats and land-use as determinants of plant invasions in the temperate zone of Europe. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 66-82
    • Simpson RD. 2010. If Invasive Species are “Pollutants”, Should Polluters Pay? In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 83-99
    • Polasky S. 2010. A model of inspection, detection and control for invasive species. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 100-109
    • Finnoff D, Potapov A and Lewis MA. 2010. Second best policies in invasive species management: when are they "good enough"? In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 110-126
    • Springborn M, Costello C and Ferrier P. 2010. Optimal random exploration for trade-related non-indigenous species risk. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 127-144
    • Touza J, Drechsler M, Johst K and Dehnen-Schmutz K. 2010. The role of space in invasive species management. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 145-160
    • Pejchar L and Mooney H. 2010. The impact of invasive alien species on ecosystem services and human well-being. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 161-182
    • van Wilgen BM and Richardson DM. 2010. Current and future consequences of invasion by alien species: A case study from South Africa. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 183-201
    • Shaanker RU, Gladwin J, Aravind NA, Kannan R and Ganeshaiah KN. 2010. Invasive plants in tropical human dominated landscapes: need for a paradigm shift in their management. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 202-219
    • Keller RP and Lodge DM. 2010. Prevention: designing and implementing national policy and management programmes to reduce the risks from invasive species. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 220-234
    • Perrings C, Burgeil S, Lonsdale M and Mooney H. 2010. Prevention - Management Options for Invasive Alien Species at the International Regional and National Levels. In: Perrings C, Mooney H and Williamson M (Eds). Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management and Policy. Oxford University Press. 235-250

Perrings C, Naeem S, Ahrestani F, Bunker DE, Burkill P, Canziani G, Elmqvist T, Ferrati R, Fuhrman J, Jasic F, Kawabata Z, Kinzig A, Mace GM, Milano F, Mooney H, Richard AHP, Tschirhart J and Weisser W. 2010. Biodiversity Transcends Services Response to Faith. Science. 330(6012):1745

Perrings C, Burgiel S, Lonsdale M, Mooney H and Williamson M. 2010. Solving the problem of trade-related invasive species risks. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1195(198-212

Rothlisberger JD, Lodge DM, Cooke RM and Finnoff DC. 2010. Future declines of the binational Laurentian Great Lakes fisheries: the importance of environmental and cultural change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8(5):239-244

Touza J, Perrings C and Chas Amil ML. 2010. Harvest Decisions and Spatial Landscape Attributes: The Case of Galician Communal Forests. Environmental and Resource Economics. 46(1):75-91

Wright SJ, Kitajima K, Kraft NJB, Reich PB, Wright IJ, Bunker DE, Condit R, Dalling JW, Davies SJ, Diaz S, Engelbrecht BMJ, Harms KE, Hubbell SP, Marks CO, Ruiz-Jaen MC, Salvador CM and Zanne AE. 2010. Functional traits and the growth-mortality trade-off in tropical trees. Ecology. 91(12):3664-3674

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2009

Avila-Foucat VS, Perrings C and Raffaelli D. 2009. An ecological-economic model for catchment management: The case of Tonameca, Oaxaca, Mexico. Ecological Economics. 68(8-9):2224-2231

Bampfylde CJ, Bobeldyk AM, Murray JA, Keller RP and McIntosh CR. 2009. A Case Study of Rusty Crayfish: Interactions between Empiricists and Theoreticians. In: Keller RP, Lodge DM, Lewis MA and Shorgen JF (Eds). Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics, Policy, and Management. Oxford University Press USA.

Carpenter SR, Mooney HA, Agard J, Capistrano D, DeFries RS, Diaz S, Dietz T, Duraiappah AK, Oteng-Yeboah A, Pereira HM, Perrings C, Reid WV, Sarukhan J, Scholes RJ and Whyte A. 2009. Science for managing ecosystem services: Beyond the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106(5):1305-1312

Chytry M, Pysek P, Wild J, Pino J, Maskell LC and Vila M. 2009. European map of alien plant invasions based on the quantitative assessment across habitats. Diversity and Distributions. 15(1):98-107

Dang CK, Schindler M, Chauvet E and Gessner MO. 2009. Temperature oscillation coupled with fungal community shifts can modulate warming effects on litter decomposition. Ecology. 90(1):122-131

Finnoff D and Tschirhart J. 2009. Plant competition and exclusion with optimizing individuals. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 261(2):227-237

Fox HE, Kareiva P, Silliman B, Hitt J, Lytle DA, Halpern BS, Hawkes CV, Lawler J, Neel M, Olden JD, Schlaepfer MA, Smith K and Tallis H. 2009. Why do we fly? Ecologists' sins of emission. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7(6):294-296

Keller RP and Drake JM. 2009. Trait based risk assessment for invasive species. In: Keller RP, Lodge DM, Lewis MA and Shorgen JF (Eds). Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics, Policy, and Management. Oxford University Press USA.

Keller RP, Lewis MA, Lodge DM, Shogren JF and Krkosek M. 2009. Putting Bioeconomic Research into Practice. In: Keller RP, Lodge DM, Lewis MA and Shorgen JF (Eds). Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics, Policy, and Management. Oxford University Press USA.

Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Smale M. 2009. Agrobiodiversity, Conservation and Economic Development. Routlegde. London, UK. 456p.

Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C. 2009. Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing. An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. Oxford. 368p.

    • Naeem S, Bunker D, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C. 2009. Introduction: The Ecological and Social Implications of Changing Biodiversity: An overview of a decade of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning research. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 3-13
    • Schmid B, Balvanera P, Cardinale BJ, Godbold J, Pfisterer AB, Raffaelli D, Solan M and Srivastava DS. 2009. Consequences of species loss for ecosystem functioning: meta-analyses of data from biodiversity experiments. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 14-29
    • Solan M, Godbold JA, Symstad A, Flynn DFB and Bunker DE. 2009. Biodiversity-ecosystem function research and biodiversity futures: early bird catches the worm or a day late and a dollar short? In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 30-46
    • Petchey OL, O’Gorman EJ and Flynn DFB. 2009. A functional guide to functional diversity measures. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 49-59
    • Duffy JE, Srivastava DS, McLaren J, Sankaran M, Solan M, Griffin J, Emmerson M and Jones KE. 2009. Forecasting decline in ecosystem services under realistic scenarios of extinction. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 60-77
    • Griffin JN, O’Gorman EJ, Emmerson MC, Jenkins SR, Klein A-M, Loreau M and Symstad A. 2009. Biodiversity and the stability of ecosystem functioning. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 78-93
    • Hector A, Bell T, Connolly J, Finn J, Fox J, Kirwan L, Loreau M, McLaren J, Schmid B and Weigelt A. 2009. The analysis of biodiversity experiments: from pattern toward mechanism. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 94-104
    • Cardinale BJ, Duffy E, Srivastava DS, Loreau M, Thomas M and Emmerson M. 2009. Towards a food web perspective on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 105-120
    • Bell T, Gessner MO, Griffiths RI, McLaren J, Morin PJ, van der Heijden M and van der Putten W. 2009. Microbial biodiversity and ecosystem functioning under controlled conditions and in the wild. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 121-133
    • Gonzalez A, Mouquet N and Loreau M. 2009. Biodiversity as spatial insurance: the effects of habitat fragmentation and dispersal on ecosystem functioning. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 134-146
    • Díaz S, Wardle DA and Hector A. 2009. Incorporating biodiversity in climate change mitigation initiatives. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 149-166
    • Wright J, Symstad A, Bullock JM, Engelhardt K, Jackson LE and Bernhardt E. 2009. Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem function: will an integrated approach improve results? In: Naeem S, Bunker D, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 167-177
    • Jackson L, Rosenstock T, Thomas M, Wright J and Symstad A. 2009. Managed ecosystems: biodiversity and ecosystem functions in landscapes modified by human use. In: Naeem S, Bunker D, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 178-194
    • Klein A-M, Müller C, Hoehn P and Kremen C. 2009. Understanding the role of species richness for crop pollination services. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 195-208
    • Ostfeld RS, Thomas M and Keesing F. 2009. Biodiversity and ecosystem function: perspectives on disease. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing. An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 209-216
    • Engelhardt K, Symstad A, Prieur-Richard A-H, Thomas M and Bunker DE. 2009. Opening communities to colonization – the impacts of invaders on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 217-229
    • Perrings C, Baumgärtner S, Brock WA, Chopra K, Conte M, Costello C, Duraiappah A, Kinzig AP, Pascual U, Polasky S, Tschirhart J and Xepapadeas A. 2009. The economics of ecosystem services. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 230-247
    • Barbier EB, Baumgärtner S, Chopra K, Costello C, Duraiappah A, Hassan R, Kinzig AP, Lehman M, Pascual U, Polasky S and Perrings C. 2009. The valuation of ecosystem services. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 248-262
    • Brock WA, Finnoff D, Kinzig AP, Pascual U, Perrings C, Tschirhart J and Xepapadeas A. 2009. Modelling biodiversity and ecosystem services in coupled ecological-economic systems. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 263-278
    • Naeem S and Bunker D. 2009. TraitNet: furthering biodiversity research through the curation, discovery, and sharing of species trait data. In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 281-289
    • Naeem S, Bunker D, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C. 2009. Can we predict the effects of global change on biodiversity loss and ecosystem functioning? In: Naeem S, Bunker DE, Hector A, Loreau M and Perrings C (Eds). Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing: An Ecological and Economic Perspective. Oxford University Press. 290-298

Pejchar L and Mooney HA. 2009. Invasive species, ecosystem services and human well-being. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 24(9):497-504

Perrings C and Brock W. 2009. Irreversibility in Economics. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 1(1):219-238

Sax DF, Smith KF and Thompson AR. 2009. Managed relocation: a nuanced evaluation is needed. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 24(9):472-473

Smith KF, Behrens M, Schloegel LM, Marano N, Burgiel S and Daszak P. 2009. Reducing the Risks of the Wildlife Trade. Science. 324(5927):594-595

Tschirhart J. 2009. Models Integrated Ecological-Economic Models. Annual Review of Resource Economics. 1(1):381-407

Williamson M, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Kuhn I, Hill M, Klotz S, Milbau A, Stout J and Pysek P. 2009. The distribution of range sizes of native and alien plants in four European countries and the effects of residence time. Diversity and Distributions. 15(1):158-166

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2008

Areal FJ, Touza J, MacLeod A, Dehnen-Schmutz K, Perrings C, Palmieri MG and Spence NJ. 2008. Integrating drivers influencing the detection of plant pests carried in the international cut flower trade. Journal of Environmental Management. 89(4):300-307

Barbier EB, Koch EW, Silliman BR, Hacker SD, Wolanski E, Primavera J, Granek EF, Polasky S, Aswani S, Cramer LA, Stoms DM, Kennedy CJ, Bael D, Kappel CV, Perillo GME and Reed DJ. 2008. Coastal ecosystem-based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values. Science. 319(5861):321-323

Ceddia MG, Bartlett M and Perrings C. 2008. Quantifying the effect of buffer zones, crop areas and spatial aggregation on the externalities of genetically modified crops at landscape level. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. 129(1-3):65-72

Chytry M, Maskell LC, Pino J, Pysek P, Vila M, Font X and Smart SM. 2008. Habitat invasions by alien plants: a quantitative comparison among Mediterranean, subcontinental and oceanic regions of Europe. Journal of Applied Ecology. 45(2):448-458

Chytry M, Jarosik V, Pysek P, Hajek O, Knollova I, Tichy L and Danihelka J. 2008. Separating habitat invasibility by alien plants from the actual level of invasion. Ecology. 89(6):1541-1553

Di Falco S, Smale M and Perrings C. 2008. The role of agricultural cooperatives in sustaining the wheat diversity and productivity: the case of southern Italy. Environmental and Resource Economics. 39(2):161-174

Fenichel EP, Tsao JI, Jones ML and Hickling GJ. 2008. Real options for precautionary fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries. 9(2):121-137

Finnoff D and Tschirhart J. 2008. Linking dynamic economic and ecological general equilibrium models. Resource and Energy Economics. 30(2):91-114

Finnoff D, Strong A and Tschirhart J. 2008. A bioeconomic model of cattle stocking on rangeland threatened by invasive plants and nitrogen deposition. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 90(4):1074-1090

Gillespie TR, Nunn CL and Leendertz FH. 2008. Integrative Approaches to the Study of Primate Infectious Disease: Implications for Biodiversity Conservation and Global Health. In: 47 AJoPAS (Eds). Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, Vol 51. Wiley-Liss, Inc. 53-69

Goldberg TL, Gillespie TR, Rwego IB, Estoff EL and Chapman CA. 2008. Anthropogenic disturbance promotes bacterial transmission among primates, humans, and livestock across a fragmented forest landscape. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 14(9):1375-1382

Jones KE, Patel NG, Levy MA, Storeygard A, Balk D, Gittleman JL and Daszak P. 2008. Global trends in emerging infectious diseases. Nature. 451(7181):990-993

Litchman E and Klausmeier CA. 2008. Trait-Based Community Ecology of Phytoplankton. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 39(615-639

Perrings C. 2008. Biodiversity Conservation in Sea Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction: the Economic Problem. In: Ninan KN (Eds). Conserving and Valuing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity Economic, Institutional and Social Challenges. Earthscan. 59-83

Redman C, Nelson MC and Kinzig A. 2008. The resilience of socio-ecological landscapes: Lessons from the Hohokam. In: Fisher C, Hill B and Feinman G (Eds). The Socio-Natural Connection: Integrating Archaeology and Environmental Studies For 21st Century Conservation. University of Arizona Press. 15-39

Rwego IB, Isabirye-Basuta G, Gillespie TR and Goldberg TL. 2008. Gastrointestinal Bacterial Transmission among Humans, Mountain Gorillas, and Livestock in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda. Conservation Biology. 22(6):1600-1607

Rwego IB, Gillespie TR, Isabirye-Basuta G and Goldberg TL. 2008. High rates of Escherichia coli transmission between livestock and humans in rural Uganda. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 46(10):3187-3191

Smith KF, Behrens MD, Max LM and Daszak P. 2008. US drowning in unidentified fishes: Scope, implications, and regulation of live fish import. Conservation Letters. 1(2):103-109

Touza J, Termansen M and Perrings C. 2008. A bioeconomic approach to the Faustmann-Hartman model: ecological interactions in managed forest. Natural Resource Modeling. 21(4):551-581

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2007

Alam R and Van Quyen N. 2007. International trade and its impact on biological diversity. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 246-268

Barbier EB. 2007. The economics of land conversion, open access and biodiversity loss. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 57-91

Baumgartner S. 2007. The insurance value of biodiversity in the provision of ecosystem services. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(1 Special Issue):87-127

Baumgärtner S. 2007. Why the measurement of species diversity requires prior value judgements. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 293-310

Becker N, Choresh Y, Inbar M and Bahat O. 2007. Combining TCM and CVM of endangered species conservation programme: estimation of the marginal value of vultures (Gyps fulvus) in the presence of species–visitors interaction. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 311-342

Birol E, Kontoleon A and Smale M. 2007. Assessing the private value of agro-biodiversity in Hungarian home gardens using the data enrichment method. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 594-622

Bradshaw CJA and Brook BW. 2007. Ecological-economic models of sustainable harvest or an endangered but exotic megaherbivore in Northen Australia. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(1 Special Issue):129-156

Bulte EH and Barbier EB. 2007. Trade and renewable resources in a second-best world: an overview. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 201-245

Ceddia MG, Bartlett M and Perrings C. 2007. Landscape gene flow, coexistence and threshold effect: The case of genetically modified herbicide tolerant oilseed rape (Brassica napus). Ecological Modelling. 205(1-2):169-180

Christiaans T, Eichner T and Pethig R. 2007. A micro-level 'consumer approach' to species population dynamics. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(1 Special Issue):7-59

Christie M, Hanley N, Warren J, Hyde T, Murphy K and Wright R. 2007. Valuing ecological and anthropocentric concepts of biodiversity: a choice experiments application. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 343-368

Costello C, Springborn M, McAusland C and Solow A. 2007. Unintended biological invasions: Does risk vary by trading partner? Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. 54(262-276

Dedeurwaerdere T, Krishna V and Pascual U. 2007. An evolutionary institutional approach to the economics of bioprospecting. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 417-445

Dehnen-Schmutz K, Touza J, Perrings C and Williamson M. 2007. The horticultural trade and ornamental plant invasions in Britain. Conservation Biology. 21(1):224-231

Dehnen-Schmutz K, Touza J, Perrings C and Williamson M. 2007. A century of the ornamental plant trade and its impact on invasion success. Diversity and Distributions. 13(5):527-534

Duffy JE, Cardinale BJ, France KE, McIntyre PB, Thébault E and Loreau M. 2007. The functional role of biodiversity in ecosystems: incorporating trophic complexity. Ecology Letters. 10(6):522-538

Eichner T and Tschirhart J. 2007. Efficient ecosystem services and naturalness in an ecological/economic model. Environmental and Resource Economics. 37(4):733-755

Fenichel EP and Horan RD. 2007. Jointly-determined ecological thresholds and economic trade-offs in wildlife disease management. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(4):511-547

Fenichel EP and Horan RD. 2007. Gender-Based harvesting in wildlife disease management. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 89(4):904-920

Finnoff D and Tschirhart J. 2007. Using oligopoly theory to examine individual plant versus community optimization and evolutionary stable objectives. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(1 Special Issue):61-85

Finnoff D, Shogren JF, Leung B and Lodge D. 2007. Prevention versus control in invasive species management. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 166-200

Friedl B and Behrens DA. 2007. Balancing recreation and wildlife conservation of charismatic species. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 531-556

Goeschl T and Swanson T. 2007. Designing the legacy library of genetic resources: approaches, methods and results. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 271-292

Hector A, Joshi J, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Schmid B, Spehn EM, Wacker L, Weilenmann M, Bazeley-White E, Beierkuhnlein C, Caldeira MC, Dimitrakopoulos PG, Finn JA, Huss-Danell K, Jumpponen A, Leadley PW, Loreau M, Mulder CPH, Nesshoover C, Palmborg C, Read DJ, Siamantziouras ASD, Terry AC and Troumbis AY. 2007. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: reconciling the results of experimental and observational studies. Functional Ecology. 21(5):998-1002

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Kim S-H, Tschirhart J and Buskirk SW. 2007. Reconstructing past population processes with general equilibrium models: House mice in Kern County, California, 1926-1927. Ecological Modelling. 209(2-4):235-248

Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T. 2007. Biodiversity Economics. Principles, Methods and Applications. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. 692p.

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Lecerf A, Risnoveanu G, Popescu C, Gessner MO and Chauvet E. 2007. Decomposition of diverse litter mixtures in streams. Ecology. 88(1):219-227

McDonald RI, Yuan-Farrell C, Fievet C, Moeller M, Kareiva P, Foster D, Gragson T, Kinzig A, Kuby L and Redman C. 2007. Estimating the effect of protected lands on the development and conservation of their surroundings. Conservation Biology. 21(6):1526-1536

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Omer A, Pascual U and Russell NP. 2007. Biodiversity conservation and productivity in intensive agricultural systems. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 58(2):308-329

Pascual U and Perrings C. 2007. Developing incentives and economic mechanisms for in situ biodiversity conservation in agricultural landscapes. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. 121(3):256-268

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Perrings C. 2007. Going Beyond Panaceas Special Feature: Future challenges Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(39):15179-15180

Perrings C. 2007. Future challenges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(39):15179–15180

Polasky S, Nelson E, Lonsdorf E, Fackler P and Starfield A. 2007. Conserving species in a working landscape: land use with biological and economic objectives. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 501-530

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Skonhoft A. 2007. Modelling the recolonisation of native species. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 557-578

Smale M and Drucker AG. 2007. Agricultural development and the diversity of crop and livestock genetic resources: a review of the economics literature. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 623-648

Stoneham G, Chaudhri V, Strappazzon L and Ha A. 2007. Auctioning biodiversity conservation contracts: an empirical analysis. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 387-416

Tschirhart J. 2007. Introduction to special issue: Integrated modeling of economies and ecosystems. Natural Resource Modeling. 20(1 Special Issue):1-6

Tsur Y and Zemel A. 2007. Resource exploitation, biodiversity loss and ecological events. In: Kontoleon A, Pascual U and Swanson T (Eds). Biodiversity Economics. Cambridge University Press. 115-130

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Balvanera P, Pfisterer AB, Buchmann N, He JS, Nakashizuka T, Raffaelli D and Schmid B. 2006. Quantifying the evidence for biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning and services. Ecology Letters. 9(10):1146-1156

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2005

Caldeira MC, Hector A, Loreau M and Pereira JS. 2005. Species richness, temporal variability and resistance of biomass production in a Mediterranean grassland. Oikos. 110(1):115-123

Davis MA, Pergl J, Truscott AM, Kollmann J, Bakker JP, Domenech R, Prach K, Prieur-Richard AH, Veeneklaas RM, Pysek P, del Moral R, Hobbs RJ, Collins SL, Pickett STA and Reich PB. 2005. Vegetation change: a reunifying concept in plant ecology. Perspectives in Plant Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 7(1):69-76

Fankhauser S and Tol RSJ. 2005. On climate change and economic growth. Resource and Energy Economics. 27(1):1-17

Hooper DU, Chapin FS, Ewel JJ, Hector A, Inchausti P, Lavorel S, Lawton JH, Lodge DM, Loreau M, Naeem S, Schmid B, Setala H, Symstad AJ, Vandermeer J and Wardle DA. 2005. Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: A consensus of current knowledge. Ecological Monographs. 75(1):3-35

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2004

Cardinale BJ, Ives AR and Inchausti P. 2004. Effects of species diversity on the primary productivity of ecosystems: extending our spatial and temporal scales of inference. Oikos. 104(3):437-450

Gessner MO, Inchausti P, Persson L, Raffaelli DG and Giller PS. 2004. Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning: insights from aquatic systems. Oikos. 104(3):419-422

Giller PS, Hillebrand H, Berninger UG, Gessner MO, Hawkins S, Inchausti P, Inglis C, Leslie H, Malmqvist B, Monaghan MT, Morin PJ and O'Mullan G. 2004. Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning: emerging issues and their experimental test in aquatic environments. Oikos. 104(3):423-436

Marra PP, Griffing S, Caffrey C, Kilpatrick AM, McLean R, Brand C, Saito E, Dupuis AP, Kramer L and Novak R. 2004. West Nile virus and wildlife. Bioscience. 54(5):393-402

Morin PJ and McGrady-Steed J. 2004. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in aquatic microbial systems: a new analysis of temporal variation and species richness-predictability relations. Oikos. 104(3):458-466

Petchey OL, Downing AL, Mittelbach GG, Persson L, Steiner CF, Warren PH and Woodward G. 2004. Species loss and the structure and functioning of multitrophic aquatic systems. Oikos. 104(3):467-478

Reich PB, Tilman D, Naeem S, Ellsworth DS, Knops J, Craine J, Wedin D and Trost J. 2004. Species and functional group diversity independently influence biomass accumulation and its response to CO2 and N. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101(27):10101-10106

Statzner B and Moss B. 2004. Linking ecological function, biodiversity and habitat: a mini-review focusing on older ecological literature. Basic and Applied Ecology. 5(2):97-106

Vinebrooke RD, Cottingham KL, Norberg J, Scheffer M, Dodson SI, Maberly SC and Sommer U. 2004. Impacts of multiple stressors on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: the role of species co-tolerance. Oikos. 104(3):451-457

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2003

Loreau M, Mouquet N and Gonzalez A. 2003. Biodiversity as spatial insurance in heterogeneous landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100(22):12765-12770

Naeem S and Wright JP. 2003. Disentangling biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning: deriving solutions to a seemingly insurmountable problem. Ecology Letters. 6(6):567-579

Pearson RG and Dawson TP. 2003. Predicting the impacts of climate change on the distribution of species: are bioclimate envelope models useful? Glob Ecol Biogeogr. 12:361 – 371

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2002

Balmford A, Bruner A, Cooper P, Costanza R, Farber S, Green RE, Jenkins M, Jefferiss P, Jessamy V, Madden J, Munro K, Myers N, Naeem S, Paavola J, Rayment M, Rosendo S, Roughgarden J, Trumper K and Turner RK. 2002. Ecology - Economic reasons for conserving wild nature. Science. 297(5583):950-953

Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P. 2002. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: synthesis and perspectives. Oxford University Press. 312p.

Naeem S, Loreau M and Inchausti P. 2002. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: the emergence of a synthetic ecological framework. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 3-11

Mooney H. 2002. The debate on the role of biodiversity in ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 12-17

Tilman D, Knops J, Wedin D and Reich PB. 2002. Plant diversity and composition: effects on productivity and nutrient dynamics of experimental grasslands. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 21-35

Hector A, Loreau M, Schmid B and project atB. 2002. Biodiversity manipulation experiments: studies replicated at multiple sites. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 36-46

Huston MA and McBride AC. 2002. Evaluating the relative strengths of biotic versus abiotic controls on ecosystem processes. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 47-60

Schmid B, Hector A, Huston MA, Inchausti P, Nijs I, Leadley P and Tilman D. 2002. The design and analysis of biodiversity experiments. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 61-75

Loreau M, Downing AL, Emmerson M, Gonzalez A, Hughes JM, Inchausti P, Joshi J, Norberg J and Sala O. 2002. A new look at the relationship between diversity and stability. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 79-91

Hughes JB, Ives AR and Norberg J. 2002. Do species interactions buffer environmental variation (in theory)? In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 92-101

de Ruiter PC, Griffiths B and Moore JC. 2002. Biodiversity and stability in soil ecosystems: patterns, processes and the effects of disturbance. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 102-113

Levine JM, Kennedy T and Naeem S. 2002. Neighbourhood scale effects of species diversity on biological invasions and their relationship to community patterns. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 114-124

Petchey O, Morin PJ, Hulot FD, Loreau M, McGrady-Steed J and Naeem S. 2002. Contributions of aquatic model systems to our understanding of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 127-138

Emmerson M and Huxham M. 2002. How can marine ecology contribute to the biodiversity-ecosystem functioning debate? In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 139-146

Raffaelli D, Van der Putten WH, Persson L, Wardle DA, Petchey O, Koricheva J, Van der Heijden M, Mikola J and Kennedy T. 2002. Multi-trophic dynamics and ecosystem processes. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 147-154

Wardle DA and Van der Putten WH. 2002. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and above-ground-below-ground linkages. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 155-168

Mikola J, Bardgett RD and Hedlund K. 2002. Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and soil decomposer food webs. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 169-180

Van der Heijden M and Cornelissen JHC. 2002. The critical role of plant-microbe interactions on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: arbuscular mycorrhizal associations as an example. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 181-192

Hooper DU, Solan M, Symstad AJ, Diaz S, Gessner MO, Buchmann N, Degrange V, Grime P, Hulot FD, Mermillod-Blondin F, Roy J, Spehn E and van Peer L. 2002. Species diversity, functional diversity, and ecosystem functioning. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 195-208

Bengtsson J, Engelhardt K, Giller PS, Hobbie S, Lawrence D, Levine JM, Vila M and Wolters V. 2002. Slippin' and slidin' between the scales: the scaling components of biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relations. In: Loreau M, Naeem S and Inchausti P (Eds). Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 209-220

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Wolters V, Silver WL, Bignell DE, Coleman DC, Lavelle P, Van der Putten WH, De Ruiter P, Rusek J, Wall DH, Wardle DA, Brussaard L, Dangerfield JM, Brown VK, Giller KE, Hooper DU, Sala O, Tiedje J and Van Veen JA. 2000. Effects of global changes on above- and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: Implications for ecosystem functioning. Bioscience. 50(12):1089-1098

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