Angelo Reserve Publications and Reports

  1. Bastow, J. L., J. L. Sabo, J. C. Finlay, and M. E. Power. 2002. A basal aquatic-terrestrial trophic link in rivers: algal subsidies via shore-dwelling grasshoppers. Oecologia 131:261-268.
  2. Berlow, E.L., S.A. Navarrete, M.E. Power, B.A. Menge, and C. Briggs. 1999. Quantifying variation in the strengths of species interactions. Ecology 80: 2206-2224.
  3. Carpenter, S., T. Frost, L. Persson, M. Power and D. Soto. 1996. Freshwater ecosystems: Linkages of complexity and processes. pp. 299-325 in Mooney, H.A., Cushman, J.H., Sala O.E. and Schulze, E-D. (eds.) Functional Roles of Biodiversity: A Global Perspective. Wiley, N.Y.
  4. Carpenter, S., T. Frost, L. Persson, M. Power, and D. Soto. 1995. Lakes and rivers. pp. 157-164 In H.A. Mooney and J. Lubchenco. SCOPE Global Biodiversity Assessment, UNEP.
  5. Dunne, T., J. Agee, S. Beissinger, W.E. Dietrich, D. Gray, M.E. Power, V.H. Resh, and K. Rodrigues. 2001. A scientific basis for the prediction of cumulative watershed effects. University of California Wildland Resource Center Report No. 46. 103 pp.
  6. Feminella, J.W., M.E. Power, and V.H. Resh. 1989. Periphyton responses to grazing invertebrates and riparian canopy in three Northern California coastal streams. Freshw. Biol. 22:445-487.
  7. Finlay, J.C., S. Khandwala and M.E. Power. 2002. Spatial scales of energy flow to a river food web. Ecology, 83: 1845-1859
  8. Finlay, J.C., M.E. Power and G. Cabana. 1999. Effects of carbon limitation on algal carbon isotope ratios: implications for river food webs. Limnology and Oceanography 44:1198-1203.
  9. Finlay, J.C. 2003. Controls of streamwater dissolved inorganic carbon dynamics in a forested watershed. Biogeochemistry 62: 231-252.
  10. Finlay, J.C. 2001. Stable carbon isotope ratios of river biota: implications for energy flow in lotic food webs. Ecology 82, 1052-1064
  11. Finlay, J.C. 2000. Stable isotope analysis of river food webs and carbon cycling. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
  12. Ford, L.D. and K.S. Norris (1988). "The University of California Natural Reserve System." BioScience 38: 463-470.
  13. Gresens Susan E. 1995 Grazer diversity, competition and the response of the periphyton community. Oikos 73: 336 -- 346
  14. Gresens, S.E. 1997. Interactive effects of diet and thermal regime on growth of the midge Pseudochironomus richardsoni Malloch. Freshwater Biology 38: 365-373.
  15. Gresens, S.E. 1997. Interactive effects of diet and thermal regime on growth of the midge Pseudochironomus richardsoni Malloch. Freshwater Biology 38: 365-373.
  16. Hill,W.R. and Knight A.W. 1987. Experimental analysis of the grazing interaction between a mayfly and stream algae. Ecology 68: 1955-1965.
  17. Howard, J.K. and K.M. Cuffey. 2003. Freshwater mussels in a California North Coast Range river: occurrence, distribution, and controls. J. North Am. Benthol. Soc. 22: 63-77.
  18. Hunter John C. 1997. Correspondence of environmental tolerances with leaf and branch attributes for six co -occurring species of broadly evergreen trees in northern California. Trees 11: 69 -- 175.
  19. Hunter John C. 1994. Extra floral nectaries on Arbutus menziesii (Madrone). Madrono 41 (2)
  20. Hunter John C.. 1997. Fourteen years of change in two old-growth Pseudotsuga-Lithocarpus forests in northern California. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 124: 273 -- 279.
  21. Hunter, J.C. and Michael G. Barbour. 2001. Through-growth by Pseudotsuga menziesii: A mechanism for change in forest composition without canopy gaps. J. Vegatation Science 12: 445-452.
  22. Hunter JC, Parker VT, 1993 Thedisturbance regime of an old-growth forest in coastal California. Journal of Vegetation Science, 4 (1): 19-24
  23. Johnson, P.T., K.B. Lunde, E.G. Ritchie, and A.E. Launer. 1999. The effect of trematode infection on amphibian limb development and survivorship. Science 284: 802-804.
  24. Kotanen, P.M. 1994. Revegetation of meadows disturbed by feral pigs (Sus scrofa L.) in Mendocino County, California. Ph.D. dissertation, U. California, Berkeley.
  25. Kotanen Peter. 1994. Effects of feral pigs on grasslands. Fremontia 22: 14 -- 17
  26. Kotanen, P.M. 1995. Responses of vegetation to a changing regime of disturbance: effects of feral pigs on a Californian Coastal Prairie. Ecography 18: 190-199.
  27. Kotanen Peter M. 1996. Revegetation following soil disturbance in a California meadow: the role of propagule supply. Oecologia 108: 652 -- 662
  28. Kotanen, P.M.. 1997a. Effects of gap area and shape on recolonization by grasslands plants with differing reproductive strategies. Canadian Journal of Botany 75: 352 - 361
  29. Kotanen, P.M. 1997b. Effects of experimental soil disturbance on revegetation by natives and exotics in coastal Californian meadows. J. Appl. Ecol. 34: 631-644.
  30. Kupferberg, S.J., J.C. Marks and M.E. Power. 1994. Effects of variation in natural algal and detrital diets on larval anuran (Hyla regilla) life history traits. Copeia 1994 (2): 446-457.
  31. Kupferberg, S.J. 1994. Exotic larval bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) as prey for native garter snakes: functional and conservation implications. Herpetological Review 25: 95-97.
  32. Kupferberg, S.J. 1995. The ecology of native tadpoles (Rana boylii and Hyla regilla) and the impact of invading bullfrogs (Rana catesbiana) in a northern California river. Ph.D. dissertation, U. California, Berkeley.
  33. Kupferberg, S.J. 1996. Hydrologic and geomorphic factors affecting conservation of a river-breeding frog (Rana boylii). Ecological Applications 6: 1332-1344.Kupferberg, S.J. 1996. Hydrologic and geomorphic factors affecting conservation of a river-breeding frog (Rana boylii). Ecological Applications 6: 1332-1344.
  34. Kupferberg, S. 1997a. Facilitationof periphyton production by tadpole grazing: functional differences between species. Freshwater Biology 37: 427-439.
  35. Kupferberg, S.J. 1997b. Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) invasion of a California river: the role of larval competition. Ecology 78: 1736-1751.
  36. Laurance, W.F., R. K. Didham, and M. E. Power. 2000. Ecological boundaries: A search for synthesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 16:70-71
  37. Levine, J.M. 1999. Indirect facilitation: evidence and predictions from a riparian community. Ecology 80: 1762-1769.
  38. Levine, J.M. and C.M. D'Antonio. 1999. Elton revisited: a review of evidence linking diversity and invasibility. Oikos 87: 15-26.
  39. Levine, J.M. 2000. Species diversity and biological invasions: relating local process to community pattern. Science 288: 761-763.
  40. Levine, J.M. 2000b. Complex interactions in a streamside plant community. Ecology 81, 3431-3444
  41. Levine, J.M. in review. A patch modeling approach to the population and community-level consequences of directional dispersal. submitted, Am. Nat.
  42. Levine, J.M. 2001. Ecological determinants and consequences of plant species diversity along a California stream. Ph.D. Dissertation, U. California, Berkeley.
  43. Levine, J. M. Local interactions, dispersal, and native and exotic plant diversity along a California stream. Oikos, 94, 118-129
  44. Marks, J.C. 1995. Ecology and genetics of freshwater algae. Ph.D. dissertation, U. California, Berkeley.
  45. Marks, J.C., M.E. Power and M.S. Parker. 2000. "Flood disturbance, algal productivity, and interannual variation in food chain length". Oikos 90: 20-27.
  46. Marks, J.C. and M. Cummings. 1996. DNA sequence variation in the ribosomal internal transcribed spacer region of freshwater Cladophora species (Chlorophyta). J. Phycology 32: 1035-1042.
  47. Parker, M.S. and M.E. Power. 1997. Effect of stream flow regulation and absence of scouring floods on trophic transfer of biomass to fish in Northern California rivers. Technical Completion Report, University of California Water Resources Center UCAL-WRC-W-825.
  48. Parker, M.S., M.E Power, and J.T. Wootton. 2002. Effects of substrate composition, stream-bed stability, and sediment supply on survival and trophic role of a dominant stream grazer. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28: 238-241.
  49. Persson, L., J. Bengtsson, B.A. Menge and M.E. Power. 1995. Productivity and the structure and regulation of communities. pp. 396-434 in G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller (eds.) Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
  50. Power, M.E. Field biology, food web models, and management: Challenges of context and scale. Oikos, 94, 118-129
  51. Power, M.E. Food webs in river networks. in press, Ecological Reviews.
  52. Power, M. E.and W. E. Dietrich. 2002. Food webs in river networks. Ecological Research 17:451-471.
  53. Power, M.E. 2002. Preface: Shigeru Nakano's fundamental contributions to our knowledge of trophic exchange between streams and watersheds. in Ecology of Stream and Forest - Monographs of Nakano Shigeru. Hokkaido University Press, Hokkaido, Japan (In Japanese).
  54. Power, M.E. 2001. Controls on food webs in gravel-bedded rivers: the importance of the gravel bed habitat to trophic dynamics. pp 405-422 in Mosley, M. P. (editor), Gravel-Bed Rivers V, New Zealand Hydrological Society, Wellington, New Zealand (ISBN 0-473-07486-9).
  55. Power, M.E. 2001. Prey exchange between a stream and its forested watershed elevate predator densities in both habitats. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 98: 14-15.
  56. Power, M.E., and W.E. Rainey 2000. "River to watershed subsidies in an old-growth conifer forest". Forest Webs and Landscapes. G.A. Polis, M.E. Power and G. Huxel. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
  57. Power, M.E. 2000. What enables trophic cascades? Commentary on Polis et al. Trends in Evolution and Ecology, 15, 443-444
  58. Power, M.E., W.E. Dietrich, and K.O. Sullivan. 1998. Experiment, observation, and inference in river and watershed investigations. Pp. 113-132 In W.J. Resetarits and J. Bernardo, eds. Experimental Ecology: Issues and perspectives. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK.
  59. Power, M.E., S.J. Kupferberg, G.W. Minshall, M.C. Molles and M.S. Parker. 1997. Sustaining Western Aquatic Food Webs. pp. 45-61 inW.C. Minckley (ed.) Aquatic Ecosystems Symposium, Tempe AZ. Report to the Western Water Policy Review , a Presidential Advisory Commission.
  60. Power, M.E., W.E. Dietrich, and J.C. Finlay. 1996. Dams and downstream aquatic biodiversity: Potential food web consequences of hydrologic and geomorphic change. Environmental Management 20: 887-895.
  61. Power, M.E., D. Tilman, J. A. Estes, B.A. Menge, W.J. Bond, L.S. Mills, G. Daily, J.C. Castilla, J. Lubchenco, and R.T. Paine. 1996. Challenges in the quest for keystones. BioScience 46: 609-620.
  62. Power, M.E., M.S. Parker and J.T. Wootton. 1996. Disturbance and food chain length in rivers. pp. 286-297 in G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller (eds.) Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
  63. Power, M.E. 1995. Floods, food chains and ecosystem processes in rivers. pp. 52-60 in: C.L. Jones and J.H. Lawton (eds.) Linking Species and Ecosystems. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
  64. Power, M.E. and L. S. Mills. 1995. The Keystone Cops meet in Hilo. Trends in Evolution and Ecology 10: 182-184.
  65. Power, M. E. 1992. Habitat heterogeneity and the functional significance of fish in river food webs. Ecology 73: 1675-1688.
  66. Power, M. E. 1992. Top down and bottom up forces in food webs: do plants have primacy? Ecology 73: 733-746.
  67. Power, M. E., J. C. Marks and M. S. Parker. 1992. Variation in the vulnerability of prey to different predators: Community-level consequences. Ecology 73: 2218-2223.
  68. Power, M.E. 1992. Hydrologic and trophic controls of seasonal algal blooms in northern California rivers. Archivs fur Hydrobiologie 125: 385-410.
  69. Power, M.E. 1991. Shifts in the effects of tuft-weaving midges on filamentous green algae. Amer. Midl. Nat. 125:275-285.
  70. Power, M.E. 1990. Benthic turfs vs. floating mats of algae in river food webs. Oikos 58:67-79.
  71. Power, M. E. 1990. Effects of fish in river food webs. Science 250: 411-415.
  72. Sabo, J.L. 2000. River-watershed exchange: Effects of rivers on the population and community dynamics of riparian lizards (Sceloporus occidentalis). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.
  73. Sabo, J. L. 2003. Hot rocks: The effects of substrate texture on the clutch production of riparian lizards. Oecologia 136:329-335.
  74. Sabo, J. L., J. L. Bastow, and M. E. Power. 2002. Length-mass relationships for adult aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates in a California watershed. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:336-343
  75. Sabo, J. L. and M. Ku. In press. Failed predation by a racer (Coluber constrictor) on a gravid female lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis. Herp Review.
  76. Sabo, J.L. and M.E. Power. 2002. Numerical response of riparian lizards to aquatic insects and the short-term consequences for alternate terrestrial prey. Ecology 83: 3023-3236.
  77. Sabo, J.L. and M.E. Power. 2002. River-watershed exchange: Effects of riverine subsidies on riparian lizards and their terrestrial prey. Ecology 83: 1860-1869.
  78. Siedl, M.A. and W.E. Dietrich. 1992. The problem of channel erosion into bedrock. Catena Suppl. 23: 101-124.
  79. Sklar, L., and W. E. Dietrich. 1998. River longitudinal profiles and bedrock incision models: stream power and the influence of sediment supply. Geophysical Monograph 107:237-260.
  80. Strayer, D.S., M.E. Power, W.F. Fagan, S.T.A. Pickett and J. Belnap. 2003 A classification of ecological boundaries. BioScience (Special Section on Ecological Boundaries),BioScience 53:723-729.
  81. Teague,S.A. Knight A.W. and Teague B.N. 1985. Stream microhabitat selectivity, resource partitioning, and niche shifts in grazing caddisfly larvae. Hydrobiol. 128:3-12.
  82. Thompson, J.N., O. J. Reichman, P. J. Morin, G. A. Polis, M. E. Power, R. W. Sterner, C. A. Couch, L. Gough, R. Holt, D. U. Hooper, F. Keesing, C. R. Lovell, B. T. Milne, M. C. Molles, D. W. Roberts, and S. Y. Strauss. Frontiers of Ecology. BioScience, in press.
  83. Wiens, J.A., V. H.Dale, F. Davis, J. J.Ewel, M. L.Hunter,Jr., J. C.Ogden, M. E.Power, M. A.Shannon. 2001. Report of the External Science Review Committee. The Nature Conservancy.
  84. Wootton, J.T. and M.E. Power. 1993. Productivity, consumers, and the structure of a river food chain. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 90: 1384-1387
  85. Wootton, J.T., M.S. Parker and M.E. Power. 1996. The effect of disturbance on river food webs. Science 273: 1558-1560.