Kurt E. Anderson
Kurt E. Anderson
Associate Professor of Biology, University of California-Riverside
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A cross‐ecosystem comparison of the strength of trophic cascades
JB Shurin, ET Borer, EW Seabloom, K Anderson, CA Blanchette, ...
Ecology Letters 5 (6), 785-791, 2002
8422002
What determines the strength of a trophic cascade?
ET Borer, EW Seabloom, JB Shurin, KE Anderson, CA Blanchette, ...
Ecology 86 (2), 528-537, 2005
4652005
Instream flow needs in streams and rivers: the importance of understanding ecological dynamics
KE Anderson, AJ Paul, E McCauley, LJ Jackson, JR Post, RM Nisbet
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (6), 309-318, 2006
1712006
Influence of time delay and nonlinear diffusion on herbivore outbreak
GQ Sun, A Chakraborty, QX Liu, Z Jin, KE Anderson, BL Li
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 19 (5), 1507-1518, 2014
622014
Scaling population responses to spatial environmental variability in advection‐dominated systems
KE Anderson, RM Nisbet, S Diehl, SD Cooper
Ecology Letters 8 (9), 933-943, 2005
492005
Induced vs. constitutive resistance and the spatial distribution of insect herbivores among plants
N Underwood, K Anderson, BD Inouye
Ecology 86 (3), 594-602, 2005
412005
Topological approaches to food web analyses: a few modifications may improve our insights
ET Borer, K Anderson, CA Blanchette, B Broitman, SD Cooper, ...
Oikos 99 (2), 397-401, 2002
402002
Effect of soil temperature and soil water content on fine root turnover rate in a California mixed conifer ecosystem
K Kitajima, KE Anderson, MF Allen
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G4), 2010
372010
Monitoring a rehabilitated harbor porpoise using satellite telemetry
AJ Westgate, AJ Read, TM Cox, TD Schofield, BR Whitaker, KE Anderson
Marine mammal science 14 (3), 599-604, 1998
321998
On the estimation of dispersal kernels from individual mark-recapture data
M Fujiwara, KE Anderson, MG Neubert, H Caswell
Environmental and Ecological Statistics 13 (2), 183-197, 2006
282006
Modeling the influence of flow on invertebrate drift across spatial scales using a 2D hydraulic model and a 1D population model
KE Anderson, LR Harrison, RM Nisbet, A Kolpas
Ecological Modelling 265, 207-220, 2013
262013
Fire Management, Managed Relocation, and Land Conservation Options for Long‐Lived Obligate Seeding Plants under Global Changes in Climate, Urbanization, and Fire Regime
TC Bonebrake, AD Syphard, J Franklin, KE Anderson, HR Akçakaya, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (4), 1057-1067, 2014
242014
Population persistence in river networks
J Sarhad, R Carlson, KE Anderson
Journal of mathematical biology 69 (2), 401-448, 2014
232014
Modeling herbivore competition mediated by inducible changes in plant quality
KE Anderson, BD Inouye, N Underwood
Oikos 118 (11), 1633-1646, 2009
212009
Spatial Scaling of Consumer‐Resource Interactions in Advection‐Dominated Systems
KE Anderson, RM Nisbet, S Diehl
The American Naturalist 168 (3), 358-372, 2006
182006
Response of equilibrium states to spatial environmental heterogeneity in advective systems
RM Nisbet, KE Anderson, E McCauley, MA Lewis
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 4 (1), 1, 2007
162007
Large-scale movement patterns between song dialects in Brown-headed Cowbirds (Molothrus ater)
KE Anderson, SI Rothstein, RC Fleischer, AL O’Loghlen
The Auk 122 (3), 803-818, 2005
142005
Effects of uncertainty and variability on population declines and IUCN Red List classifications
P Rueda‐Cediel, KE Anderson, TJ Regan, HM Regan
Conservation biology 32 (4), 916-925, 2018
132018
Combined Influences of Model Choice, Data Quality, and Data Quantity When Estimating Population Trends
P Rueda-Cediel, KE Anderson, TJ Regan, J Franklin, HM Regan
PloS one 10 (7), e0132255, 2015
132015
Directional biases and resource‐dependence in dispersal generate spatial patterning in a consumer–producer model
KE Anderson, FM Hilker, RM Nisbet
Ecology letters 15 (3), 209-217, 2012
132012
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