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    Dispersal Rates Affect Species Composition in Metacommunities of Sarracenia purpurea Inquilines.

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    Community Patterns in Source‐Sink Metacommunities.

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    Mechanisms of Coexistence in Competitive Metacommunities.

    The American NaturalistSeptember 2004Volume 164, Number 3pp. 310 – 326
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    Dispersal and Species Diversity: A Meta‐Analysis.

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    Maladaptation and Mass Effects in a Metacommunity: Consequences for Species Coexistence.

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    On Testing the Competition‐Colonization Trade‐Off in a Multispecies Assemblage.

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    Hierarchical Organization via a Facilitation Cascade in Intertidal Cordgrass Bed Communities.

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    The Role of Behavioral Dynamics in Determining the Patch Distributions of Interacting Species.

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    Habitat Choice in Predator‐Prey Systems: Spatial Instability due to Interacting Adaptive Movements.

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    Does Species Richness Drive Community Production or Vice Versa? Reconciling Historical and Contemporary Paradigms in Competitive Communities.

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    Testing the Mechanisms by Which Source‐Sink Dynamics Alter Competitive Outcomes in a Model System.

    The American NaturalistSeptember 2007Volume 170, Number 3pp. 396 – 408
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    Mixing of Supersaturated Assemblages and the Precipitous Loss of Species.

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    The Ecological Dynamics of Clade Diversification and Community Assembly

    The American NaturalistDecember 2008Volume 172, Number 6pp. E270 – E284
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    Synchrony and Stability of Food Webs in Metacommunities.

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    The Effects of Temporal Resolution on Species Turnover and on Testing Metacommunity Models.

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    Patch Dynamics, Persistence, and Species Coexistence in Metaecosystems.

    The American NaturalistSeptember 2010Volume 176, Number 3pp. 289 – 302
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    Dispersal Promotes Compensatory Dynamics and Stability in Forced Metacommunities.

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    How Likely Is Speciation in Neutral Ecology?

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    Evolution of Dispersal in a Predator-Prey Metacommunity.