Coulson, T., B.E. Kendall, J. Barthold, F. Plard, S. Schindler, A. Ozgul, and J.-M. Gaillard. In press. Modeling adaptive and non-adaptive responses of populations to environmental change. American Naturalist. Accepted 3/20/17. [bioRχiv]
Kendall, B.E., G.A Fox, and J.P. Stover. In press. Boldness-aggression syndromes can reduce population density: behavior and demographic heterogeneity. Behavioral Ecology. Accepted 4/10/17. [bioRχiv]
Bradley, D., E. Conklin, Y.P. Papastamatiou, D.J. McCauley, K. Pollock, B.E. Kendall, S.D. Gaines, and J.E. Caselle. 2017. Growth and life history variability of the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) across its range. PLoS ONE 12: e0172370. [pub/OA].
Bradley, D., E. Conklin, Y.P. Papastamatiou, D.J. McCauley, K. Pollock, A. Pollock, B.E. Kendall, S.D. Gaines, and J.E. Caselle. 2017. Resetting predator baselines in coral reef ecosystems. Scientific Reports 7: 43131. [pub/OA]
Bradley D., Y.P. Papastamatiou, and J.E. Caselle. 2017. No persistent behavioural effects of SCUBA diving on reef sharks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 567: 173-184. [pub]
Coulson, T., S. Schindler, L. Traill, and B.E. Kendall. 2017. Predicting the evolutionary consequences of trophy hunting on a quantitative trait. Journal of Wildlife Management. 81: xxx-xxx. [bioRχiv] [pub]
Davis, K., P.M. Carlson, D. Bradley, R.R. Warner, and J.E. Caselle. 2017. Predation risk influences feeding rates but competition structures space use for a common Pacific parrotfish. Oecologia 184: 139-149. [pub]
Godsoe, W., N.J. Holland, C. Cosner, B.E. Kendall, A. Brett, J. Jankowski, and R.D. Holt. 2017. Interspecific interactions and range limits: contrasts among interaction types. Theoretical Ecology 10: 167-179. [CDL] [pub]
Palazzo, J., O.R. Liu, T. Stillinger, R. Song, Y. Wang, E.H.T. Hiroyasu, J. Zenteno, S. Anderson, and C. Tague. 2017. Urban responses to restrictive conservation policy during drought. Water Resources Research 53: 4459-4475.
Studds, C.E., B.E. Kendall, N.J. Murray, H.B. Wilson, D.I. Rogers, R.S. Clemens, K. Gosbell, C.J. Hassell, R. Jessop, D.S. Melville, D.A. Milton, C.D.T. Minton, H.P. Possingham, A.C. Riegen, P. Straw, E.J. Woehler, and R.A. Fuller. 2017. Rapid population decline in migratory shorebirds relying on Yellow Sea tidal mudflats as stopover sites. Nature Communications 8: 14895. [pub/OA]
Dee, L.E., S.J. Miller, L.E. Peavey, D. Bradley, R.R. Gentry, R. Startz, S.D. Gaines, and S.E. Lester. 2016. Functional diversity of catch mitigates negative effects of temperature variability on fisheries yields. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20161435. [pub/OA]
Vieli, L., F.W. Davis, B.E. Kendall, and M. Altieri. Landscape effects on wild Bombus terrestris (Hymenoptera: Apidae) queens visiting highbush blueberry fields in south-central Chile. Apidologie 47: 711-716. [CDL] [pub]
Aceves-Bueno, E., A.S. Adeleye, D. Bradley, W.T. Brandt, P. Callery, M. Feraud, K.L. Garner, R. Gentry, Y. Huang, I. McCullough, I. Pearlman, S.A. Sutherland, W. Wilkinson, Y. Yang, T. Zink, S.E. Anderson, and C. Tague. 2015. Citizen science as an approach for overcoming insufficient monitoring and inadequate stakeholder buy-in in adaptive management: Criteria and evidence. Ecosystems 18: 493-506. [pub]
Garner, K.L., M.Y. Chang, M.T. Fulda, J.A. Berlin, R.E. Freed, M.M. Soo-Hoo, D.L. Revell, M. Ikegami, L.E. Flint, A.L. Flint, and B.E. Kendall. 2015. Impacts of sea level rise and climate change on coastal plant species in the central California coast. PeerJ 3: e958. [pub/OA]
Kendall, B.E. 2015. Some directions in ecological theory. Ecology 96: 3117–3125. [pub/OA]
Kendall, B.E. 2015. A statistical symphony: Instrumental variables reveal causality and control measurement error. Pp. 149-167 in G.A. Fox, S. Negrete-Yankelevich, and V.J. Sosa, eds. Ecological Statistics: Contemporary Theory and Application (Oxford University Press, Oxford). [CDL] [pub]
Kendall, B.E., C.J. Klein, and H.P. Possingham. The role of scale in designing protected area systems to conserve poorly known species. Ecosphere 6: art237. [pub/OA]
Papastamatiou, Y.P., Y.Y. Watanabe, D Bradley, L.E. Dee, K. Weng, C.G. Lowe, and J.E. Caselle. 2015. Drivers of daily routines in an ectothermic marine predator: hunt warm, rest warmer? PLoS ONE 10: e0127807. [pub/OA]
Wittmann, M.E., B.E. Kendall, C.L. Jerde, and L.W.J. Anderson. 2015. Estimating relative risk of within-lake aquatic plant invasion using combined measures of recreational boater movement and habitat suitability. PeerJ 3: e845. [pub/OA]
Bradley, D., and S.D. Gaines. 2014. Counting the costs of overfishing on sharks and rays. eLife 3:e02199. [pub/OA]
Papastamatiou, Y.P., C.L. Wood, D. Bradley, D.J. McCauley, A.L. Pollock, and J.E. Caselle. 2014. First records of the sicklefin lemon shark, Negaprion acutidens, at Palmyra Atoll, central Pacific: a recent colonization event? Marine Biodiversity Records 7: e114. [pub]
White, C., and C. Costello. 2014. Close the high seas to fishing? PLoS Biology 12: e1001826. [pub/OA]
Cavanaugh, K.C., B.E. Kendall, D.A. Siegel, D C. Reed, F. Alberto, and J. Assis. 2013. Synchrony in dynamics of giant kelp forests is driven by both local recruitment and regional environmental controls. Ecology 94: 499-509. [CDL]
Halpern, B.S., C.J. Klein, C.J. Brown, M. Beger, H.S. Grantham, S. Mangubhai, M. Ruckelshaus, V.J. Tulloch, M. Watts, C. White, and H.P. Possingham. 2013. Achieving the triple bottom line in the face of inherent tradeoffs among social equity, economic return, and conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 6229-6234. [pub/OA]
Halpern, B.S., K.A. Selkoe, C. White, S. Albert, S. Aswani, and M Lauer. 2013. Marine protected areas and resilience to sedimentation in the Solomon Islands. Coral Reefs 32: 61-69. [pub]
Lester, S.E., C. Costello, B.S. Halpern, S.D. Gaines, C. White, and J.A. Barth. 2013. Evaluating tradeoffs among ecosystem services to inform marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 38: 80-89. [pub]
Poortvliet, M., G.C. Longo, K. Selkoe, P.H. Barber, C. White, J.E. Caselle, A. Perez-Matus, S.D. Gaines, and G. Bernardi. 2013. Phylogeography of the California sheephead, Semicossyphus pulcher: the role of deep reefs as stepping stones and pathways to antitropicality. Ecology and Evolution 3: 4558-4571. [pub/OA]
Clemens, R.S., B.E. Kendall, J. Guillet, and R.A. Fuller. 2012. Review of Australian shorebird survey data, with notes on their suitability for comprehensive population trend analysis. Stilt 61: 3-17. [pdf]
Fox, G.A., B.E. Kendall, and S. Schwinning. 2012. Environmental heterogeneity and plants. Pp. 258-263 in A. Hastings and L. Gross, eds. Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology (UC Press, Berkeley).
Stover, J.P., B.E. Kendall, and G.A. Fox. 2012. Demographic heterogeneity impacts density-dependent population dynamics. Theoretical Ecology 5: 297-309. [pub]
Tallis H., S.E. Lester, M. Ruckelshaus, M. Plummer, K. McLeod, A. Guerry, S. Andelman, M.R. Caldwell, M. Conte, S. Copps, D. Fox, R. Fujita, S.D. Gaines, G. Gelfenbaum, B. Gold, P. Kareiva, C. Kim, K. Lee, M. Papenfus, S. Redman, B. Silliman, L. Wainger, and C. White. 2012. New metrics for managing and sustaining the ocean’s bounty. Marine Policy 36: 303-306. [pub]
White, C., C. Costello, B.E. Kendall, and C.J. Brown. 2012. The value of coordinated management of interacting ecosystem services. Ecology Letters, 15: 509-519. [pub]
White, C., B.S. Halpern, and C.V. Kappel. 2012. Ecosystem service tradeoff analysis reveals the value of marine spatial planning for multiple ocean uses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 109: 4696-4701. [pub/OA]
Yau, A. J.-Y., and T.-Y. Fan. 2012. Size-dependent photosynthetic performance in the giant clam Tridacna maxima, a mixotrophic marine bivalve. Marine Biology, 159: 65-75. [pub]
Alberto F., P. T. Raimondi, D. C. Reed, J. R. Watson, D. A. Siegel, S. Mitarai, N. Coelho, and E. A. Serrao. 2011. Isolation by oceanographic distance accounts for high proportion of genetic differentiation for Macrocystis pyrifera in the Santa Barbara Channel. Molecular Ecology 20: 2543–2554. [pdf]
Halpern, B.S., C. White, S.E. Lester, C. Costello, and S.D. Gaines. 2011. Using portfolio theory to assess tradeoffs between return from natural capital and social equity across space. Biological Conservation 144: 1499-1507. [pub]
Kendall, B.E., G.A. Fox, M. Fujiwara, and T. Nogeire. 2011. Demographic heterogeneity, cohort selection and population growth. Ecology 92: 1985-1993. [CDL]
Robinson, L.M., A.J. Hobday, R.G. Pearson, J. Elith, B.E. Kendall, H.P. Possingham, and A.J. Richardson. 2011. Pushing the limits in marine species distribution modelling: Lessons from the land present challenges and opportunities. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 20: 789-802. [pub/OA]
Watson J.R., C.G. Hays, P.T. Raimondi, S. Mitarai, C. Dong, J.C. McWilliams, C. Blanchette, J.E. Caselle, and D.A. Siegel. 2011. Currents connecting communities: a study of nearshore marine species in the Southern California Bight. Ecology 92: 1193–1200. [pdf]
Watson, J.R., D.A. Siegel, B.E. Kendall, S. Mitarai, A. Rassweiller, and S. D. Gaines. 2011. Identifying critical regions in small-world marine metapopulations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 108: 17583-17584, E907-E913. [pub]
White, C., and C. Costello. 2011. Matching spatial property rights fisheries with scales of fish dispersal. Ecological Applications 21: 350-362.
Wilson, H.B., B.E. Kendall, R.A. Fuller, D.A. Milton, and H.P. Possingham. 2011. Analyzing variability and the rate of decline of migratory shorebirds in Moreton Bay, Australia. Conservation Biology 25: 758-766. [pdf]
Wilson, H.B., B.E. Kendall, and H.P. Possingham. 2011. Variability in population abundance and the classification of extinction risk. Conservation Biology 25: 747-757. [pub]
Berkley, H.A., B.E. Kendall, S. Mitarai, and D.A. Siegel. 2010. Turbulent dispersal promotes species coexistence. Ecology Letters 13: 360-371. [CDL]
Gaines, S.D., C. White, M.H. Carr, and S.R. Palumbi. 2010 Designing marine reserve networks for both conservation and fisheries management. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 107: 18286-18293.
Kendall, B.E., and M.E. Wittmann. 2010. A stochastic model for annual reproductive success. American Naturalist 175: 461-468. [CDL]
Muller, E.B., R.M. Nisbet, and H.A. Berkley. 2010. Sublethal toxicant effects with dynamic energy budget theory: model formulation. Ecotoxicology 19: 48-60.
Selkoe, K.A., J.R. Watson, C. White, T. Ben Horin, M. Iacchei, S. Mitarai, D.A. Siegel, S.D. Gaines, and R.J. Toonen. 2010. Taking the chaos out of genetic patchiness: seascape genetics reveals ecological and oceanographic drivers of genetic patterns in three temperate reef species. Molecular Ecology 19: 3708-3726. [pdf]
Watson J.R., S. Mitarai, D.A. Siegel, J.E. Caselle, C. Dong, and J.C. McWilliams. 2010. Realized and potential larval connectivity in the Southern California Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series 401: 31-48. [pdf]
White, C., K.A. Selkoe, J. Watson, D.A. Siegel, D.C. Zacherl, and R.J. Toonen. 2010. Ocean currents help explain population genetic structure. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277: 1685-1694. [pdf]
Vitt, P., K. Havens, B. E. Kendall, and T. M. Knight. 2009. Effects of community-level grassland management on the non-target rare annual Agalinis auriculata. Biological Conservation 142: 798-805. [pdf]
White, C. 2009. Density dependence and the economic efficacy of marine reserves. Theoretical Ecology 2: 127-138. [pub]
Klein, C.J., A. Chan, A.J. Cundiff, N. Gardner, Y. Hrovat, A. Scholz, B.E. Kendall, and S. Airamé. 2008. Striking a balance between biodiversity conservation and socioeconomic viability in marine protected area design. Conservation Biology 22: 691-700. [pub/OA]
Morris, W.F., C.A. Pfister, S. Tuljapurkar, C.V. Harridas, C.L. Boggs, M.S. Boyce, E.M. Bruna, D.R. Church, T. Coulson, D.F. Doak, S. Forsyth, J.-M. Gaillard, C.C. Horvitz, S. Kaylisz, B.E. Kendall, T.M. Knight, C.T. Lee, and E.S. Menges. 2008. Longevity can buffer plant and animal populations against changing climatic variability. Ecology 89: 19-25. [CDL]
Siegel, D.A., S. Mitarai, C.J. Costello, S.D. Gaines, B.E. Kendall, R.R. Warner, and K.B. Winters. 2008. The stochastic nature of larval connectivity among nearshore marine populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 105: 8974-8979. [CDL]
White, C., B.E. Kendall, S. Gaines, D.A. Siegel, and C. Costello. 2008. Marine reserve effects on fishery profit. Ecology Letters 11: 370-379. [CDL]
Selected older publications
Bierwagen, B.G. 2007. Connectivity in urbanizing landscapes: The importance of habitat configuration, urban area size, and dispersal. Urban Ecosystems 10: 29-42.
White, C., and B.E. Kendall. 2007. A reassessment of equivalence in yield from marine reserves and traditional fisheries management. Oikos 116: 2039-2043. [CDL]
Fox, G.A., B.E. Kendall, J.W. Fitzpatrick, and G.E. Woolfenden. 2006. Consequences of heterogeneity in survival probability in a population of Florida Scrub-Jays. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 921-927. [pub]
Bierwagen, B.G. 2005. Predicting ecological connectivity in urbanizing landscapes. Environment and Planning B – Planning and Design 32: 763-776.
Kendall, B.E., and G.A. Fox. 2003. Unstructured individual variation and demographic stochasticity. Conservation Biology 17: 1170-1172. [pub]
Fox, G.A., and B.E. Kendall. 2002. Demographic stochasticity and the variance reduction effect. Ecology 83: 1928-1934. [CDL]
Kendall, B.E., and G.A. Fox. 2002. Variation among individuals and reduced demographic stochasticity. Conservation Biology 16: 109-116. [pub]