- Tarnita, CE, JA Bonachela, E Sheffer, JA Guyton, TC Coverdale, RA Long and RM Pringle. 2017. A theoretical foundation for multi-scale regular vegetation patterns. Nature 541: 398-401 (link).
- Coverdale, TC, TR Kartzinel, K Grabowski, RK Shriver, AA Hassan, JR Goheen, TM Palmer, and RM Pringle. 2016. Elephants in the understory: opposing direct and indirect effects of consumption and ecosystem engineering. Ecology 97: 3219-3230 (link).
- Kartzinel, TR, PA Chen, TC Coverdale, DL Erickson, WJ Kress, ML Kuzmina, DI Rubenstein, W Wang and RM Pringle. 2015. DNA metabarcoding illuminates dietary niche partitioning by large African herbivores. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 112: 8019-8024. (link)
- Bonachela, JA, RM Pringle, E Sheffer, TC Coverdale, JA Guyton, KK Caylor, SA Levin and CE Tarnita. 2015. Termite mounds can increase the robustness of dryland ecosystems to climatic change. Science 347: 651-655. (link)
- Coverdale, TC, EW Young, CP Brisson and MD Bertness. 2014. Indirect human impacts reverse centuries of carbon sequestration and marsh accretion. PLoS One 9(3) e93296. (link)
- Bertness, MD, CP Brisson, TC Coverdale, MC Bevil, SM Crotty, and ER Suglia. 2014. Experimental predator removal rapidly generates salt marsh die-off. Ecology Letters 17: 830-835. (link)
- He, Q, MD Bertness, J Bruno, B Li, G Chen, TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, J Bai, T Sun, S Pennings, J Liu, P Ehrlich, and B Cui. 2014. Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China. Scientific Reports 4: 5995. (link)
- Brisson, CP, TC Coverdale and MD Bertness. 2014. Salt marsh die-off and recovery reveal disparity between the recovery of ecosystem structure and service provision. Biological Conservation 197: 1-5. (link)
- Coverdale, TC, MD Bertness, and AH Altieri. 2013. Regional ontogeny of New England salt marsh die-off. Conservation Biology 27(5): 1041-1048. (link)
- Coverdale, TC, EE Axelman, CP Brisson, EW Young, AH Altieri and MD Bertness. 2013. New England salt marsh recovery: opportunistic colonization of an invasive species and its non-consumptive effects. PLoS One 8(8): e73823. (link)
- Altieri, AH, MD Bertness, TC Coverdale, EE Axelman, NC Herrmann and PL Szathmary. 2013. Facilitation drives the resilience of salt marshes and rapid reversal of die-off. Ecology 94(7): 1647-1657. (link)
- Bertness, MD and TC Coverdale. 2013. An invasive species facilitates the recovery of salt marsh ecosystems on Cape Cod. Ecology 94(9) 1937-1943. (link)
- Coverdale, TC, NC Herrmann, AH Altieri, and MD Bertness. 2013. Latent impacts: the role of historical human impacts in coastal habitat loss. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(2): 69-74. (link)
- Coverdale, TC, AH Altieri, and MD Bertness. 2012. Belowground herbivory increases vulnerability of New England salt marshes to die-off. Ecology 93(9): 2085-2094. (link)
- Altieri, AH, MD Bertness, TC Coverdale, NC Herrmann, and C Holdredge. 2012. A trophic cascade triggers collapse of a salt-marsh ecosystem with intensive recreational fishing. Ecology 93(6): 1402-1410. (link)
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