Tony Ives is a theoretical ecologist interested in population and community dynamics. Much of his work focuses on the statistical integration of theory and data to understand the mechanisms driving ecosystem changes.
Ives, A. R., B. Dennis, K. L. Cottingham, and S. R. Carpenter. 2003. Estimating community stability and ecological interactions from time-series data. Ecological Monographs 73: 301-330.
Ives, A. R., B. J. *Cardinale, and W. E. Snyder. 2005. A synthesis of subdisciplines: predator-prey interactions, and biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Ecology Letters 8: 102-116.
Ives, A. R., and J. Zhu. 2006. Statistics for correlated data: phylogenies, space, and time. Ecological Applications 16:16-32.
Ives, A. R., and S. R. Carpenter. 2007. Stability and diversity of ecosystems. Science 317:58-62.
Ives, A. R., A. Einarsson, V. A. A. Jansen, and A. Gardarsson. 2008. High-amplitude fluctuations and alternative dynamical states of midges in Lake Myvatn. Nature 452:84-87.
Schooler, S. S., B. Salau, M. H. Julien, and A. R. Ives. 2011. Alternative stable states explain unpredictable biological control of salvinia in Kakadu. Nature 470:86-89.
Ives, A. R. and V. Dakos. 2012. Detecting dynamical changes in nonlinear time series using locally linear state-space models. Ecosphere 3:art58.
Northfield, T. D. and A. R. Ives. 2013. Coevolution and the effects of climate change on interacting species. PLoS Biology 11.
Hansen, G. J. A., A. R. Ives, M. J. Vander Zanden, and S. R. Carpenter. 2013. Are rapid transitions between invasive and native species caused by alternative stable states, and does it matter? Ecology 94:2207-2219.
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