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Noto, A.E. and Gouhier, T.C. 2020. The effects of intraspecific and interspecific diversity on food web stability. Theoretical Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s12080-020-00460-z
Noto, A.E. and Hughes, A.R. 2020. Intraspecific diversity at two trophic levels influences plant-herbivore interactions. Ecosphere 11:e03121. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.3121
Noto, A.E. and Shurin, J.B. 2017. Interactions among salt marsh plants vary geographically but not latitudinally along the California coast. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3191
Guy-Haim, T., Alexander, A., Bell, T.W., Bier, R.L., Bortolotti, L., Briseno-Avena, C., Dong, X., Flanagan, A.M., Grosse, J., Grossman, L., Hasnain, S., Hovel, R., Johnston, C.A., Miller, D.R., Muscarella, M., Noto, A.E., Reisinger, A.J., Smith, H.J., Stamieszkin, K. How do experimental characteristics of aquatic mesocosms change the direction and magnitude of effect sizes in climate change research? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence 6:6. DOI: 10.1186/s13750-017-0084-0.
Noto, A.E. and Shurin, J.B. 2017. Mean conditions predict salt marsh plant community diversity and stability better than environmental variability. Oikos. DOI: 10.1111/oik.04056
Noto, A.E. and Shurin, J.B. 2017. Early stages of sea-level rise lead to decreased salt marsh plant diversity through stronger competition in Mediterranean-climate marshes. PLOS ONE 12(1): e0169056. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0169056
Noto, A.E. and Shurin, J.B. 2016. Population variation affects interactions between two California salt marsh plant species more than environment. Oecologia 180: 499-506.