Walter, J., L. G. Shoemaker, N. K. Lany, M. Castorani, S. B. Fey, J. Dudney, L.A. Gherardi, C. Portales-Reyes, A. L. Rypel, K. L. Cottingham, K. N. Suding, D. C. Reuman, and L. M. Hallett. “The spatial synchrony of species richness and its relationship to ecosystem stability.” (In press, Ecology).
Dudney, J., R. York, A. T. Roughton, C. Tubbesing, D. E. Foster, S. L. Stephens, J. Battles. “Overstory removal and biological legacies influence long-term forest management outcomes on introduced species and native shrubs.” 2021. Forest Ecology and Management. Link PDF
Nocco, M., C. M. MacKenzie, B. M. McGill, R. K. Tonietto, J. Dudney, M. C. Bletz, T. Young, S. E. Kuebbing. “Mentorship, equity, and research productivity: lessons from a pandemic.” 2021. Biological Conservation. Link
Dudney, J., J. Nesmith, M. C. Cahill, J. E. Cribbs, D. M. Duriscoe, A. J. Das, N. L. Stephenson, J. Battles. 2020. “Compounding effects of blister rust, mountain pine beetle, and fire threaten four white pines.” Ecosphere. Link Also check out this more accessible research brief by Sara Winsemius.
Dudney, J., K.N. Suding (2020). “The elusive search for tipping points.” Nature Ecology and Evolution. Link
S. Borelle, J. Koch, C. McDonough MacKenzie, K. Ingeman, B. McGill, M. Lambert, A. Belasen, J. Dudney, C. Chang, A. Teffer, and G. Wu. 2020. “What does it mean to be for a place?” Pacific Conservation Biology. Link
L. E. Valentine, N. Shackelford, B. A. Johnson, M. D. Craig, M. P. Perring, K. B. Hulvey, L. M. Hallett, R. Campbell, J. Dudney, T. E. Erickson, A. Ritchie, H. Harrop‐Archibald, C. E. Ramalho, R. J. Standish. (2020). “Richard J. Hobbs: how one ecologist has influenced the way we think about restoration ecology.” Restoration Ecology. Link
MacKenzie, Caitlin M., S. Kuebbing, R.S. Barak, M. Bletz, J. Dudney, B. M. McGill, M.A. Nocco, T. Young, R. K. Tonietto (2019). “We do not want to ‘cure plant blindness’ we want to grow plant love.” Plants, People, Planet. Link
Slaton, M, S. Gross, M. Meyer, P. van Mantgem, J. Dudney, and J. Nesmith (2019). “Distribution, health, and status of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) in California.” Fremontia. Link
Dudney, J., R. Hobbs, R. Heilmayr, J. Battles, K.N. Suding (2018). “Navigating novelty and risk in resilience management.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution. Link
Dudney, J., L.M. Hallett, L. Larios, E. Farrer, and K.N. Suding (2017). “Lagging behind: have we overlooked previous year precipitation effects in annual grasslands?” Journal of Ecology. Link
Dudney, J., L.M. Hallett, and K.N. Suding (2017). “Invasive species and ecological restoration.” In Allison, S. and S. Murphy (Ed.). The Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration. Link
publications in review
Dudney, J., C. Willing, A. Das, J. Nesmith, A. Latimer, and J. Battles. “Nonlinear climate effects on infectious tree disease.” (Accepted, Nature Communications).
Luo, M., 1, D. Reuman, L. Hallett, L. Shoemaker, L. Zhao, M. Castorani, J. Dudney, L.A. Gherardi, A. L. Rypel, L. Sheppard, J. A. Walter, S. Wang. “Timescale-dependent effects of dispersal on population synchrony and variability: implications for metapopulation studies.” (In revision, Oikos).
Hallett, L.H., L. Shoemaker, L. Zhao, S. Wang, R. J. Hobbs, A. L. Downing, J. Dudney, L. Gherardi, C. Portales Reyes, L. Sheppard, D. Reuman, K. Kottingham, K. Suding. “The long and the short of it: Decomposing synchrony and compensatory dynamics across temporal scales.” (In revision, Ecology).
Volpe, J., E. Higgs, R.J. Hobbs, S. D. Murphy, J. Dudney . . . . “Bionovelty and ecological restoration.” (In revision, BioScience).
van Mantgem, P., J. Dudney, J. Nesmith, L. Milano, H. Zald, A. Vandergast. “Growth, drought response, and climate-associated genomic structure in whitebark pine in the Sierra Nevada of California.” (In review, Ecological Applications).
Shackelford, N., J. Dudney, M. Stueber, V. M. Temperton., K. L. Suding. “Measuring at all scales: Sourcing data for restoration references.” (In review, Restoration Ecology).
publications in prep
R. Heilmayr, J. Dudney, F. Moore. Drought sensitivity in conifers. (In prep).