Publications

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Dornberger, L, Ainsworth, C., Gosnell, J. S., and Coleman, F. C.  Developing a PAH exposure dose-response model for fish health and growth.  In press for Marine Pollution Bulletin.  

Levine, E., Gosnell, J. S., and Goetz, E.  Natural cultch type influences habitat preference and predation, but not survival, in reef-associated species.  In press for Restoration Ecology.

Needles, L. A., Gosnell, J. S., Waltz, T. W., Wendt, D. E., and Gaines, S. D.  Trophic cascades in an invaded ecosystem: Native keystone predators facilitate a dominant invader in an estuarine community.  2015. Oikos 124: 1282–1292.

Fakhoury, W. A.*, and Gosnell, J. S.  Limits to local adaptation?  Some impacts of temperature on Nucella emarginata differ among populations, while others do not.  2014.  Marine Biology: 161:1943-1948.  

Gosnell, J.S., Macfarlan, J. A.+, Shears, N.T., and Caselle, J. E. A dynamic oceanographic front drives biogeographical structure in invertebrate settlement along Santa Cruz Island, CA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 507:181-196..

Cavanaugh, K.C., Gosnell, J.S., Davis, S. L., Ahumada, J., Boundja, R.P., Clark, D.B., Mugerwa, B., O’Brien, T.G., Rovero, F., Sheil, D. Vasquez, R., and Adelman, S. Taxonomic diversity and functional dominance correlate with carbon storage in tropical forests on global scales. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23:563-573.

Gosnell, J.S., DiPrima, J.B., and Gaines, S.D.  2012.  Habitat complexity impacts persistence and species interactions in an intertidal whelk. Marine Biology 159:2867-2874.

Gosnell, J.S., and Gaines, S.D.  Keystone intimidators in the intertidal: non-consumptive effects of a keystone sea star regulate feeding and growth in whelks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 450:  107-114.

Viola, D. V., Mordecai, E. A., Jaramillo, A. G., Sistla, S. A., Alberton, L. K., Gosnell, J. S., Cardinale, B. J., and Levine, J. M. 2009. 2010.      Competition-defense tradeoffs and the maintenance of plant diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 107: 17217-17222. 

Gosnell, J. S., G. Rivera, and R. W. Blob. 2009. A phylogenetic analysis of sexual size dimorphism in turtles. Herpetologica 65:70-81.

IN REVIEW

Gosnell, J. S., Wakamatsu, E.*, and Goetz, E.  A call and framework for considering non-consumptive predator-prey interactions in management contexts.  In revision for Oikos.  

Gosnell, J. S., Roth, K. L., MacDonald, A.J., Uriostegui, S. H., Wilmers, C. C., Duffield, J. W., Kendall, B. E., and Seddon, P. J.  Beyond success and failure:  a population-growth based framework for evaluating reintroduction progress.  In revision for Global Ecology and Conservation.

Gosnell, J.S., Spurgin, K.*, and Levine, E.  Caged oysters still get scared:  Predator presence and number influence growth in oysters, but only at very close ranges.  In revision for Marine Ecology Progress Series.

IN PREPARATION

Gosnell, J. S., and Caselle, J.  Changes in functional diversity in the decade following protection of marine areas and potential management applications.  In preparation for Ecology.

Gosnell, J. S., Levine, E., and Goetz, E.  Non-consumptive effects vary with predator exposure in aquaculture settings.  In preparation for Ecological Applications.  

Gosnell, J. S., Dias, A.*, and Shea, P.  Phylogenetic diversity drives carbon storage in tropical forests.  In preparation for Global Ecology and Biogeography.

Vernaya, A.*, and Gosnell, J. S. A meta-analysis of biomass impacts on non-consumptive effects.  In preparation for Ecology.

Gosnell, J. S., and  Tong, M..  An analysis of methods used to predict missing trait data.  In preparation for Fish and Fisheries.