Letten, A.D. 2021. Coexistence holes fill a gap in community assembly theory. Nature Ecology and Evolution.
Letten, A.D., Baumgartner, M., Pfrunder-Cardozo, K.R., Levine, J.M. and Hall, A.R. 2021. Human-associated microbiota suppress invading bacteria even under disruption by antibiotics. The ISME Journal.
Yamamichi, M. & Letten, A.D. 2021. Rapid evolution promotes fluctuation-dependent species coexistence. Accepted. Ecology Letters. 24 (4) 812-818
Letten, A.D. & Yamamichi, M. 2021. Gleaning, fast and slow: In defense of a canonical ecological trade-off. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. link
Letten, A.D., Hall, A.R. and Levine, J.M. 2021. Using ecological coexistence theory to understand antibiotic resistance and microbial competition. Nature Ecology and Evolution. link
Hendershot, J.N., Smith, J.R., Anderson, C.B., Letten, A.D., Frishkoff, L.O., Zook, J.R., Fukami, T. and Daily, G.C. (2020) Intensive farming drives long- term shifts in avian community composition. Nature, 579(7799), pp.393-396. link
Grainger, T.N., Letten, A.D., Gilbert, B. & Fukami, T. (2019) Applying modern coexistence theory to priority effects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116 (13), 6205-6210. link
Smith, J.R., Letten, A.D. & 16 others. (2018) A global test of ecoregions. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2 (12), 1889-1896. link
Letten, A.D., Dhami, M.K., Ke, P-J., and Fukami, T. (2018) Species coexistence through simultaneous fluctuation-dependent mechanisms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. link/pdf
- Kubota T (2018) Stanford nectar research sheds light on ecological theory. Stanford News link
Dhami, M.K., Hartwig, T., Letten, A.D., Banf, M. & Fukami, T (2018) Genomic diversity of nectar yeast clusters into metabolically, not geographically, distinct lineages. Molecular Ecology. link
Thomson, F.J., Letten, A.D., Tamme, R., Edwards, W. & Moles, A.T. (2017) Can dispersal investment explain why tall plant species achieve longer dispersal distances than short plant species? New Phytologist, 217 (1), 407-415. link
Letten, A.D., Ke, P-J. & Fukami, T. (2017) Linking modern coexistence theory and contemporary niche theory. Ecological Monographs, 87(2): 161-177. link
- ESA Theory Section – Outstanding Ecological Theory Paper Award
- F1000 Recommended
Mason, T., Keith, D.A. & Letten, A.D. (2016) Detecting state changes for ecosystem conservation with long-term monitoring of species composition. Ecological Applications, 27 (2), 458-468. link
Venn, S.E., Pickering, C.M., Butler, S.A. & Letten, A.D. (2016) Using a model based fourth-corner analysis to explain vegetation change following an extraordinary fire disturbance. Oecologia, 182 (3), 855-863.
Letten, A.D., Keith, D.A., Tozer, M. & Hui, F.K.C (2015) Fine-scale hydrological niche differentiation through the lens of multi-species co-occurrence models. Journal of Ecology, 103(5): 1264-1275. link/pdf
Letten, A.D. & Cornwell, W.C. (2015) Trees, branches and (square) roots: why evolutionary relatedness is not linearly related to functional distance. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6(4): 439-444 link/pdf
Clarke, P, Keith, D.A., Vincent, B. & Letten, A.D. (2014) Post-grazing and post-fire vegetation dynamics: Long-term changes in mountain bogs reveal community resilience. Journal of Vegetation Science.
Flores-Moreno, H., García-Treviño, E.S., Letten, A.D. & Moles, A.T. (2014) In the beginning: phenotypic change in three invasive species through their first two centuries since introduction. Biological Invasions.
Letten, A.D. & Midgley, J.J. (2009) Rodent pollination in the Cape legume Liparia parva. Austral Ecology, 34(2): 233-236.