Kurt E. Anderson, Ph.D.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Ecological modeling
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Roger Nisbet grad student 2004 UC Santa Barbara
 (The spatial population dynamic consequences of dispersal behavior: Case studies in aquatic and terrestrial systems.)
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Green MD, Woodie CA, Whitesell M, et al. (2023) Long transients and dendritic network structure affect spatial predator-prey dynamics in experimental microcosms. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Fahimipour AK, Levin DA, Anderson KE. (2019) Omnivory does not preclude strong trophic cascades Ecosphere. 10
Rueda-Cediel P, Anderson KE, Regan TJ, et al. (2018) Effects of uncertainty and variability on population declines and IUCN Red List classifications. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Hulton VanTassel HL, Anderson KE. (2018) Altered space use and movement distances of Merriam’s kangaroo rat, Dipodomys merriami, in post-fire lands Journal of Mammalogy. 99: 684-692
Anderson KE, Hayes SM. (2017) The effects of dispersal and river spatial structure on asynchrony in consumer-resource metacommunities Freshwater Biology. 63: 100-113
Hayes SM, Anderson KE. (2017) Beyond connectivity: how the structure of dispersal influences metacommunity dynamics Theoretical Ecology. 11: 151-159
Fahimipour AK, Anderson KE, Williams RJ. (2017) Compensation masks trophic cascades in complex food webs Theoretical Ecology. 10: 245-253
Regan HM, Bohórquez CI, Keith DA, et al. (2016) Implications of different population model structures for management of threatened plants. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Anderson KE, Inouye BD, Underwood N. (2015) Can inducible resistance in plants cause herbivore aggregations? Spatial patterns in an inducible plant/herbivore model. Ecology. 96: 2758-70
Rueda-Cediel P, Anderson KE, Regan TJ, et al. (2015) Combined Influences of Model Choice, Data Quality, and Data Quantity When Estimating Population Trends. Plos One. 10: e0132255
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