Narwani, A., B. Bentlage, M. A. Alexandrou, K. J. Fritschie, C. Delwiche, T. H. Oakley, and B. J. Cardinale. 2016. Ecological interactions and coexistence are predicted by gene expression similarity in freshwater green algae. Journal of Ecology, in press.
Hungate, B. A., B. J. Cardinale, E. B. Barbier, A. Ando, S. P. Marks, P. B. Reich, N. van Gestel, D. G. Tilman, J. Knops. 2016. The value of plant species conservation for carbon storage. Science Advances, in press.
Godwin, C. M., D. C. Hietala, A. R. Lashaway, A. Narwani, P. E. Savage, and B. J. Cardinale. 2016. Algal polycultures enhance coproduct recycling from hydrothermal liquifaction. Bioresource Technology, DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2016.11.105.
Narwani, A., A. Lashaway, D. Hietala, P. Savage, and B. J. Cardinale. 2016. The power of plankton: effects of algal biodiversity on biocrude production and stability. Environmental Science and Technology, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b03256.
O’Connor, M. I., A. Gonzalez, J. E. K. Byrnes, B. J. Cardinale, J. E. Duffy, L. Gamfeldt, J. N. Griffin, D. Hooper, B.A. Hungate, A. Paquette, P.L. Thompson, L.E. Dee and Dolan, K. L. 2016. A general biodiversity–function relationship is mediated by trophic level. Oikos, DOI:10.1111/oik.03652.
Gonzalez, A., B. J. Cardinale, G. R. H. Allington, J. Byrnes, K. A. Endsley, D. G. Brown, D. U. Hooper, F. Isbell, M. I. O’Connor, M. Loreau. 2016. Estimating local biodiversity change: a critique of papers claiming no net loss of local diversity. Ecology, 98:1949-1960.
Boyero, L., R. G. Pearson, C. Hui, M. O. Gessner, J. Pérez, M. A. Alexandrou, M. A. S. Graça, B. J. Cardinale, R. J. Albariño, M. Arunachalam, L. A. Barmuta, A. J. Boulton, A. Bruder, M Callisto, E. Chauvet, R. G. Death, D. Dudgeon, A. C. Encalada, V. Ferreira, R. Figueroa, A. S. Flecker, J. F. Gonçalves Jr, J. Helson, T. Iwata, T. Jinggut, J. Mathooko, C. Mathuriau, C. M’Erimba, M. Moretti, C. M. Pringle, A. Ramírez, J. Rincon, and C. M. Yule. 2016. Biotic and abiotic variables influencing plant litter breakdown in streams: a global study. Proc R Soc B, 283(1829):20152664.
Rakowski, C. and B.J. Cardinale. 2016. Herbivores control effects of algal species richness on community biomass and stability in a laboratory microcosm experiment. Oikos, DOI:10.1111/oik.03105
Allen, D. C., B. J. Cardinale, and T. Wynn-Thompson. 2016. Plant biodiversity effects in reducing fluvial erosion are limited to low species richness. Ecology, 97:17-24.
Cardinale, B. J., P. Venail, K. Gross, T. H. Oakley, A. Narwani, E. Allan, P. Flombaum, J. Joshi, P. B. Reich, D. Tilman, and J. van Ruijven. 2015. Further re-analyses looking for effects of phylogenetic diversity on community biomass and stability. Functional Ecology, 29:1607–1610.
Narwani, A., M. A. Alexandrou, A. Vouaux, C. Zhou, T. H. Oakley and B. J. Cardinale. 2015. Common ancestry is a poor predictor of competitive traits in freshwater green algae. PLoS One, 10:18
Doubek, J. P., C. C. Carey and B. J. Cardinale. 2015. Anthropogenic land use is associated with N-fixing cyanobacterial dominance in lakes across the continental United States. Aquatic Science, 77:681-694.
Naughton, H. R., M. A. Alexandrou, T. H. Oakley, and B. J. Cardinale. 2015. Phylogenetic distance does not predict competitive ability in green algal communities. Ecosphere, 6:116.
Venail, P., K. Gross, T. H. Oakley, A. Narwani, E. Allan, P. Flombaum, F. Isbell, J. Joshi, P. B. Reich, D. Tilman, J. van Ruijven, and B. J. Cardinale. 2015. Species richness, but not phylogenetic diversity, influences community biomass production and temporal stability in a re-examination of 16 grassland biodiversity studies. Functional Ecology, 29:615-626.
Lefcheck, J. S., J. E. K. Byrnes, F. Isbell, L. Gamfeldt, J. N. Griffin, N. Eisenhauer, M. J. S. Hensel, A. Hector, B. J. Cardinale, and J. E. Duffy. 2015. Biodiversity enhances ecosystem multifunctionality across trophic levels and habitats. Nature Communications 6: 6936. Read the story about this paper from Michigan News
Alexandrou, M. A., J. D. Hall, C. F. Delwiche, K. Fritschie, B. Bentlage, A. Narwani, P. A. Venail, J. Herrin, M. S. Pankey, B. J. Cardinale, and T. H. Oakley. 2014. Evolutionary relatedness does not predict competition and co-occurrence in natural or experimental communities of green algae. Proc R Soc B, 282:20141745.
Gamfeldt, L., J. S. Lefcheck, J. Byrnes, J. E. Duffy, B. J. Cardinale, and J. N. Griffin. 2014. Marine biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: what’s known and what’s next?. Oikos, 124:252–265.
Iverson, A., L. Marin, K. Ennis, D. Gonthier, B. Connor Barrie, J. Remfert, B. J. Cardinale, and I. Perfecto. 2014. Do polycultures promote win-wins or trade-offs in agricultural ecosystem services? A meta-analysis. J Appl Ecol, 51:1593–1602.
Albertson, L. K., L. S. Sklar, P. Pontau, M. Dow, and B. J. Cardinale. 2014. A mechanistic model linking insect (Hydropsychidae) silk nets to incipient sediment motion in gravel-bedded streams. J Geophys Research 119:1833–1852.
Albertson, L., L. S. Sklar, and B. J. Cardinale. 2014. Non-additive increases in sediment stability are generated by macroinvertebrate species interactions in laboratory streams. PLoS One, 9:e103417.
Gonthier, D. J., K. K. Ennis, S. Farinas, H. Hsieh, A. L. Iverson, P. Batáry, J. Rudolphi, T. Tscharntke, B. J. Cardinale, I. Perfecto. 2014. Biodiversity conservation in agriculture requires a multi-scale approach. Proc Roy Soc B, 281:20141358.
Cardinale, B. J. 2014. Overlooked local biodiversity loss. Science (Letters), 344:1098.
Venail , P.A., A. Narwani , K. Fritschie, M. A. Alexandrou, T. H. Oakley, and B. J. Cardinale. 2014. The influence of phylogenetic relatedness on species interactions among freshwater green algae in a mesocosm experiment. Journal of Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12271.
Gross, K., B. J. Cardinale, J. Fox, C. Rixen, J. van Ruijven, P. Reich, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, B. J. Wilsey. 2014. Species richness and the temporal stability of biomass production: An analysis of recent biodiversity experiments. The American Naturalist, 183-1-12.
Allen, D. C., B. J. Cardinale, and T. Wynn-Thompson. 2014. Toward a better integration of ecological principles into ecogeoscience research. BioScience, 64: 444–454.
Fritschie, K. J., B. J. Cardinale, M. A. Alexandrou, and T. H. Oakley. 2014. Evolutionary history and the strength of species interactions: testing the phylogenetic limiting similarity hypothesis. Ecology, 95:1407-1417.
Byrnes, J. E. K., L. Gamfeldt, F. Isbell, J. E. Duffy, J. S. Lefcheck, J. N. Griffin, A. Hector, B. J. Cardinale, D. U. Hooper, L. E. Dee. 2014. Investigating the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem multi-functionality: Challenges and solutions. Methods in Ecology & Evolution, 5:111-124.
Boyero, L., B. J. Cardinale, M. Bastian, and R. G. Pearson. 2014. Biotic vs. abiotic control of decomposition: A comparison of the effects of simulated extinctions and changes in temperature. PLoS One, 9:e87426.
Zimmerman, E. and B. J. Cardinale. 2014. Is the relationship between algal diversity and biomass in North American lakes consistent with biodiversity experiments? Oikos, 123:267-278.
Cardinale, B. J. 2013. Towards a general theory of biodiversity for the Anthropocene. Elementa, 1: 000014 doi: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000014.
Venail, P., M. A. Alexandrou, T. H. Oakley, and B. J. Cardinale. 2013. Shared ancestry influences community stability by altering competitive interactions: evidence from a laboratory microcosm experiment using freshwater green algae. Proc Roy Soc B, 280 (1768), 20131548.
Narwani, A., M. A. Alexandrou, T. Oakley, I. Carroll, and B. J. Cardinale. 2013. Experimental evidence that evolutionary relatedness does not affect the ecological mechanisms of coexistence in freshwater green algae. Ecology Letters, 16:1373-1381.
Griffin, J. N., J. E. Byrnes, and B. J. Cardinale. 2013. Effects of predator richness on prey suppression: a meta-analysis. Ecology, 94:2180-2187.
Cardinale, B. J., K. Gross, TK. Fritschie, P. Flombaum, J. Fox, C. Rixen, J. van Ruijven, P. Reich, M. Scherer-Lorenzen, B. J. Wilsey. 2013. Biodiversity simultaneously enhances the production and stability of community biomass, but the effects are independent. Ecology, 94:1697-1707.
Byrnes, J., B. J. Cardinale, and D. Reed. 2013. Interactions between sea urchin grazing and prey diversity on temperate rocky reef communities. Ecology, 94:1636-1646.
Utz, R. M., C. F. Mesick, B. J. Cardinale, and T. Dunne. 2013. How does course gravel augmentation affect early-stage Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha embryonic survivorship? Journal of Fish Biology, 82:1484-1496.
Nelson, C. E., TD. M. Bennett, and B. J. Cardinale. 2013. The consistency and sensitivity of stream periphyton community structural and functional responses to nutrient enrichment. Ecological Applications, 23:159-173.
Cardinale, B. J., J. E. Duffy, A. Gonzalez, D. U. Hooper, C. Perrings, P. Venail, A. Narwani, G. M. Mace, D. Tilman, D. A. Wardle, A. P. Kinzig, G. C. Daily, M. Loreau, J. B. Grace, A. Larigauderie, D. Srivastava, and S. Naeem. 2012. Biodiversity loss and its impact on humanity. Nature, 486:59-67. Read the story about this paper from Science Daily
Kulacki, K., and B. J. Cardinale. 2012. Effects of nano-titanium dioxide on freshwater algal population dynamics. PLoS One, 7:e47130.
Kulacki, K., B. J. Cardinale, A. A. Keller, TR. Bier, and TH. Dickson. 2012. How do stream organisms respond to, and influence, the concentration of TiO2 nanoparticles? A mesocosm study with algae and herbivores. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry, 31:2414-2422.
Carroll, I. T., B. J. Cardinale, and R. M. Nisbet. 2012. Niche and fitness differences relate the maintenance of diversity to ecosystem function: Reply. Ecology, 93:1487-1491.
Utz, R. M., S. C. Zeug, B. J. Cardinale, and L. K. Albertson. 2012. Trophic ecology and population attributes of two resident non-game fishes in riverine habitat engineered to enhance salmon spawning success. California Fish and Game, 98:104-124.
Romanov, A. M., J. Hardy, S. C. Zeug, and B. J. Cardinale. 2012. Abundance, size structure, and growth rates of Sacramento pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus grandis) following a large-scale stream channel restoration in California. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 27:495-505.
Utz, R. M., S. C. Zeug, and B. J. Cardinale. 2012. Juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) growth and diet in riverine habitat engineered to improve conditions for spawning. Fisheries Management & Ecology, 19:375-388.
Albertson, L., B. Lewis, L. Koenig, and B. J. Cardinale. 2012. How does restored habitat for Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Merced River in California compare to other Chinook streams? River Research & Applications, 29:469–482.
Cardinale, B. J., TR. Bier, and HC. Kwan. 2012. Effects of TiO2 nanoparticles on the growth and metabolism of three species of freshwater algae. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 14:913-923.
Hooper, D. U., E. C. Adair, B. J. Cardinale, J. E. K. Byrnes, B. A. Hungate, K. L. Matulich, A. Gonzalez, J. E. Duffy, L. Gamfeldt, and M. O’Connor. 2012. A global synthesis reveals biodiversity loss as a major driver of ecosystem change. Nature, 486:105-108. Read the story about this paper from NSF
Cardinale, B. J. 2012. Impacts of Biodiversity Loss. Science (Perspectives), 336:552-553.
Cardinale, B. J. 2011. Does algal diversity reduce NO3- pollution? Response to Baulch, Bernhardt and Stanley. Nature (Brief Communications Arising), 477:E3-4.
Kurle, C., and B. J. Cardinale. 2011. Ecological factors associated with the strength of trophic cascades in Sierra Nevada streams. Oikos, 120:1897-1908.
Byrnes, J. E., D. C. Reed, B. J. Cardinale, K. C. Cavanaugh, S. J. Holbrook, R. J. Schmitt. 2011. Climate driven increases in storm frequency simplify kelp forest food webs. Global Change Biology, 17:2513-2524.
Carroll, I. T., B. J. Cardinale, and R. M. Nisbet. 2011. Niche and fitness differences relate the maintenance of diversity to ecosystem function. Ecology, 92:1157-1165.
Albertson, L. K., S. C. Zeug, H. Lenihan, and B. J. Cardinale. 2011. Impacts of channel reconstruction on invertebrate assemblages in a restored river. Restoration Ecology, 19:627-638.
Cardinale, B. J. 2011. Biodiversity improves water quality through niche partitioning. Nature, 472:86-89.
Cardinale, B. J., K. Matulich, D. U. Hooper, J. E. Byrnes, E. Duffy, L. Gamfeldt, P. Balvanera, M. I. O’Connor, and A. Gonzalez. 2011. The functional role of producer diversity in ecosystems. American Journal of Botany, 98: 572-592. Read the story about this paper from EurekAlert
Zeug, S. C.,L. K. Albertson, H. Lenihan, J. Hardy, and B. J. Cardinale. 2011. Predictors of Chinook salmon extirpation in California’s Central Valley. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 18:61-71.
Viola, D. V., E. A. Mordecai, A. G. Jaramillo, S. A. Sistla, L. K. Albertson, J. S. Gosnell, B. J. Cardinale, and J. M. Levine. 2010. Competition-defense tradeoffs and the maintenance of plant diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 107: 17217-1722.
Bernhardt, E. S., B. P. Colman, B. J. Cardinale, R. Nisbet, C. Richardson, L. Yin. 2010. An Ecological Perspective on Nanomaterial Impacts in the Environment. Journal of Environmental Quality, 39:1954-1965.
Keller, A. A., H. Wanga, D. Zhoua, H. Lenihan, G. Cherr, B. J. Cardinale, and R. Miller. 2010. Stability and aggregation of metal oxide nanoparticles in natural aqueous matrices. Environmental Science and Technology, 44: 1962-1967.
Hillebrand, H., and B. J. Cardinale. 2010. A critique of meta-analyses and the productivity-diversity relationship. Ecology, 91: 2545-2549.
Reinhardt, L., D. Jeromack, B. J. Cardinale, V. Vanaker and J. P. Wright. 2010. Dynamic interactions of life and its landscape: feedbacks at the interface of geomorphology and ecology. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35:78-101.
Cardinale, B. J., D. Bennett, C. Nelson, and K. Gross. 2009. Does productivity drive diversity or vice versa? A test of the multivariate productivity-diversity hypothesis in streams. Ecology, 90:1227-1241.
Cardinale, B. J., D. S. Srivastava, J. E. Duffy, J. P. Wright, A. L. Downing, M. Sankaran, C. Jouseau, M. W. Cadotte, I. T. Carroll, J. J. Weis, A. Hector, and M. Loreau. 2009. Effects of biodiversity on the functioning of ecosystems: A summary of 164 experimental manipulations of species richness. Ecology (Data Paper), 90:854.
Srivastava, D. S., B. J. Cardinale, J. E. Duffy, J. P. Wright, A. L. Downing, M. Sankaran. 2009. Diversity has stronger top-down than bottom-up effects on decomposition. Ecology, 90:1073-1083.
Cardinale, B. J., H. Hillebrand, W. S. Harpole, K. Gross, and R. Ptacnik. 2009. Separating the influence of resource ‘availability’ from resource ‘imbalance’ on productivity-diversity relationships. Ecology Letters, 12:475-487.
Cebrian, J., J. B. Shurin, E. T. Borer, B. J. Cardinale, and M. D. Smith. 2009. Producer nutritional quality controls ecosystem trophic structure. PLoS One, 4:e4929.
Hillebrand, H., E. T. Borer, M. E. S. Bracken, B. J. Cardinale, J. Cebrian, E. E. Cleland, J. J. Elser, D. S. Gruner, W. S. Harpole, J. T. Ngai, S. Sandin, E. W. Seabloom, J. B. Shurin, J. E. Smith, M. D. Smith. 2009. Herbivore metabolism and stoichiometry each constrain herbivory at different organizational scales across ecosystems. Ecology Letters, 12:516-527.
Power, L. M. and B. J. Cardinale. Species richness enhances both algal biomass and rates of oxygen production in aquatic microcosms. Oikos, 118:1703-1711.
Cardinale, B. J., E. Duffy, D. Srivastava, M. Loreau, M. Thomas, and M. Emmerson. 2009. Towards a food-web perspective on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning, pages 105-120 in Biodiversity and Human Impacts, S. Naeem, D. Bunker, M. Loreau, A. Hector, C. Perring. Oxford University Press.
Schmid, B., P. Balvanera, B. J. Cardinale, J. Godbold, A. B. Pfisterer, D. Raffaelli, M. Solan, D. S. Srivastava. 2009. Consequences of species loss for ecosystem functioning: a meta-analysis of data from biodiversity experiments, pages 14-29 in Biodiversity and Human Impacts, S. Naeem, D. Bunker, M. Loreau, A. Hector, C. Perring. Oxford University Press.
Bruno, J., and B. J. Cardinale. 2008. Cascading effects of predator richness. Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment 10:539-546.
Weis, J. J., D. Madrigal, and B. J. Cardinale. 2008. Effects of Algal Diversity on the Production of Biomass in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Nutrient Environments: A Microcosm Experiment. PLoS One, 3:e2825-e2825.
Cadotte, M. C., B. J. Cardinale, and T. H. Oakley. 2008. Evolutionary history and the effect of biodiversity on plant productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 105:17012-17017. See the write-up about this paper on UC-Berkeley’s website: Tough conservation choices?
Cardinale, B. J., J. P. Wright, M. W. Cadotte, I. T. Carroll, A. Hector, D. S. Srivastava, M. Loreau, and J. J. Weis. 2007. Impacts of plant diversity on biomass production increase through time because of species complementarity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 104(46): 18123-18128. Read the story about this paper from the CBC News
Duffy, J. E., B. J. Cardinale, K. E. France, M. Loreau, P. B. McIntyre, and E. Thebault. 2007. The functional role of biodiversity in food webs: Incorporating trophic complexity. Ecology Letters 10:522-538.
Gross, K. and B.J. Cardinale. 2007. Does species richness drive community production or vice versa? Reconciling historical and contemporary paradigms in competitive communities. American Naturalist 170:207-220.
Madritch, M. and B. J. Cardinale. 2007. Impacts of tree species diversity on litter decomposition in northern temperate forests of Wisconsin, USA: a multi-site experiment along a latitudinal gradient. Plant & Soil 292:147-159.
Weis, J. J., B. J. Cardinale, and A. R. Ives. 2007. Effects of species diversity on community biomass production change over the course of succession. Ecology 88:929-939.
Cardinale, B. J., H. Hillebrand, and D. Charles. 2006. Geographic patterns of diversity in streams are predicted by a multivariate model of disturbance and community production. Journal of Ecology 94:609-618.
Cardinale, B. J., J. J. Weis, K. J. Tilmon, A. E. Forbes, A. R. Ives. 2006. Biodiversity as both a cause and consequence of resource availability: A study of reciprocal causality in a predator-prey system. Journal of Animal Ecology 75:497-505.
Cardinale, B.J., D. S. Srivastava, J. E. Duffy, J. P. Wright, A. L. Downing, M. Sankaran, and C. Jousseau. 2006. Effects of biodiversity on the functioning of trophic groups and ecosystems. Nature 443:989-992. This paper was identified by ISI as a ‘New Hot Paper’ in ecology. Read the interview on: ScienceWatch.com
Langley, S.A., K. J. Tilmon, B. J. Cardinale, and A. R. Ives. 2006. Learning by the parasitoid wasp, Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), alters individual fixed preferences for pea aphid color morphs. Oecologia 150:172-179.
Aquilino, K., B. J. Cardinale, and A. R. Ives. 2005. Reciprocal effects of host-plant and natural enemy diversity on herbivore suppression: An empirical study of a model tri-trophic system. Oikos 108:275-282.
Cardinale, B. J., M. A. Palmer, A. R Ives, and S. S. Brooks. 2005. Diversity-productivity relationships in streams vary as a function of the natural disturbance regime. Ecology 86:716-726.
Gross, K., and B. J. Cardinale. 2005. The functional consequences of random verses ordered species extinctions. Ecology Letters 8:409-418.
Ives, A. R., B. J. Cardinale, and W. E. Snyder. 2005. A synthesis of sub-disciplines: predator-prey interactions, and biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Ecology Letters 8:102-116.
Raffaelli, D., B. J. Cardinale, A. L. Downing, K. A. M. Engelhardt, J. L. Ruesink, M. Solan, and D. S. Srivastava. 2005. Reinventing the wheel in ecology research? Reply to Flint and Kalke. Science 307:1875-1876.
Cardinale, B. J., A. R. Ives, and P. Inchausti. 2004. Effects of species diversity on the primary productivity of ecosystems: extending our spatial and temporal scales of inference. Oikos 104:437-450.
Cardinale, B. J., E. Gelman, and M. A. Palmer. 2004. Net-spinning caddisflies as ecosystem engineers: The effect of Hydropsyche on benthic substrate stability in streams. Functional Ecology 18:381-387.
Covich, A. P., M. C. Austen, F. Bärlocher, E. Chauvet, B. J. Cardinale, C. L. Biles, P. Inchausti, O. Dangles, M. Solan, M. O. Gessner, B. Statzner and B. Moss. 2004. The role of biodiversity in the functioning of freshwater and marine benthic ecosystems. BioScience 54(8):767-775
Hillebrand, H., and B. J. Cardinale. 2004. Consumer effects decline with prey diversity. Ecology Letters 7:192-201.
Ives, A. R., and B. J. Cardinale. 2004. Food-web interactions govern the resistance of communities to non-random extinctions. Nature 429:174-177. Read the story about this paper from the BBC News
Solan, M., B. J. Cardinale, A. Downing, K. Engelhardt, J. Ruesink, and D. Srivastava. 2004. Extinction and ecosystem function in the marine benthos. Science 306:1177-1180. Read the story about this paper from ScienceDaily
Starzomski, B. M., B. J. Cardinale, J. A. Dunne, M. J. Hillery, C. A. Holt, M. A. Krawchuk, M. Lage, S. McMahon, and M. C. Melnychuk. 2004. Contemporary visions of progress in ecology and thoughts for the future. Ecology and Society 9:14-25.
Cardinale, B. J., C.T. Harvey, K. Gross, and A.R. Ives. 2003. Biodiversity and biocontrol: Emergent impacts of a multi-enemy assemblage on pest suppression and crop yield in an agroecosystem. Ecology Letters 6:857-865.
Brady, V. J., B. J. Cardinale, J. P. Gathman, and T. M. Burton. 2002. Does Facilitation of Faunal Recruitment Benefit Ecosystem Restoration? An Experimental Study of Invertebrate Assemblages in Wetland Mesocosms. Restoration Ecology 10:617-626.
Brooks, S., M. A. Palmer, B. J. Cardinale, C. Swan, and S. Riblett. 2002. Assessing stream ecosystem rehabilitation: limitations of community structure data. Restoration Ecology 10:156-168.
Cardinale, B. J., and M. A. Palmer. 2002. Disturbance moderates biodiversity ecosystem function relationships: Evidence from suspension feeding caddisflies in stream mesocosms. Ecology 83:1915-1927.
Cardinale, B. J., M. A. Palmer, and S. L. Collins. 2002. Species diversity increases ecosystem functioning through interspecific facilitation. Nature 415:426-429. Read the story about this paper from ScienceDaily
Cardinale, B. J., M. A. Palmer, C. M. Swan, S. Brooks, and N. L. Poff. 2002. The influence of substrate heterogeneity on biofilm metabolism in a stream ecosystem. Ecology 83:412-422.
Cardinale, B. J., C. S. Smith, and M. A. Palmer. 2001. The influence of initial colonization by hydropsychid caddisfly larvae on the development of stream invertebrate assemblages. Hydrobiologia 455:19-27.
Stricker, C. A., T. M Burton, V. J. Brady, B. J. Cardinale, and J. P. Gathman. 2001. Invertebrate communities of Great Lakes coastal wetlands, Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron. Verhein Internationale Verein Limnologie 27:3440-3443.
Cardinale, B. J., K. Nelson, and M. A. Palmer. 2000. Linking species diversity to the functioning of ecosystems: On the importance of environmental context. Oikos 91:175-183.
Cardinale, B. J., V. J. Brady, and T. M. Burton. 1998. Changes in the abundance and diversity of coastal wetland fauna from the open water/macrophyte edge towards shore. Wetlands Ecology and Management 6:59-68.
Cardinale, B. J., T. M. Burton, and V. J. Brady. 1997. The community dynamics of epiphytic midge larvae across the pelagic-littoral interface: Do animals respond to changes in the abiotic environment? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54:2314-2322.
Hassett, R. P., B. J. Cardinale, L. B. Stabler, and J. J. Elser. 1997. Ecological stoichiometry of N and P in pelagic ecosystems: Comparison of lakes and oceans with emphasis on the zooplankton-phytoplankton interaction. Limnology and Oceanography 42:648-662.
Brady, V. J., B. J. Cardinale, and T. M. Burton. 1995. Zebra mussels in a coastal marsh: The seasonal and spatial limits of colonization. Journal of Great Lakes Research 21:587-593.
Hassett, R. P., B. J. Cardinale, and J. J. Elser. 1993. Comparative N:P stoichiometry in freshwater and marine systems: Relative nutrient limitation determined by dilution bioassays. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74:269.