Andrew H. Altieri
Andrew H. Altieri
Staff Scientist, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
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Global shifts towards positive species interactions with increasing environmental stress
Q He, MD Bertness, AH Altieri
Ecology letters 16 (5), 695-706, 2013
4732013
Climate change and dead zones
AH Altieri, KB Gedan
Global change biology 21 (4), 1395-1406, 2015
1642015
Habitat cascades: the conceptual context and global relevance of facilitation cascades via habitat formation and modification
MS Thomsen, T Wernberg, A Altieri, F Tuya, D Gulbransen, KJ McGlathery, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 50 (2), 158-175, 2010
1632010
Hierarchical organization via a facilitation cascade in intertidal cordgrass bed communities
AH Altieri, BR Silliman, MD Bertness
The American Naturalist 169 (2), 195-206, 2007
1582007
Interactions among foundation species and their consequences for community organization, biodiversity, and conservation
C Angelini, AH Altieri, BR Silliman, MD Bertness
BioScience 61 (10), 782-789, 2011
1512011
Facilitation cascade drives positive relationship between native biodiversity and invasion success
AH Altieri, BK van Wesenbeeck, MD Bertness, BR Silliman
Ecology 91 (5), 1269-1275, 2010
1502010
A trophic cascade triggers collapse of a salt‐marsh ecosystem with intensive recreational fishing
AH Altieri, MD Bertness, TC Coverdale, NC Herrmann, C Angelini
Ecology 93 (6), 1402-1410, 2012
1332012
Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China
Q He, MD Bertness, JF Bruno, B Li, G Chen, TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-9, 2014
1292014
Role of crab herbivory in die‐off of New England salt marshes
C Holdredge, MD Bertness, AH Altieri
Conservation Biology 23 (3), 672-679, 2009
1222009
Local extinction of a foundation species in a hypoxic estuary: integrating individuals to ecosystem
AH Altieri, JD Witman
Ecology 87 (3), 717-730, 2006
952006
Uncertain future of New England salt marshes
KB Gedan, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Marine Ecology Progress Series 434, 229-237, 2011
762011
Whole-community facilitation regulates biodiversity on Patagonian rocky shores
BR Silliman, MD Bertness, AH Altieri, JN Griffin, MC Bazterrica, ...
PLoS One 6 (10), 2011
762011
Scale‐dependent interactions and community structure on cobble beaches
J van de Koppel, AH Altieri, BR Silliman, JF Bruno, MD Bertness
Ecology Letters 9 (1), 45-50, 2006
722006
Dead zones enhance key fisheries species by providing predation refuge
AH Altieri
Ecology 89 (10), 2808-2818, 2008
622008
Tropical dead zones and mass mortalities on coral reefs
AH Altieri, SB Harrison, J Seemann, R Collin, RJ Diaz, N Knowlton
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (14), 3660-3665, 2017
612017
Latent impacts: the role of historical human activity in coastal habitat loss
TC Coverdale, NC Herrmann, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (2), 69-74, 2013
472013
Belowground herbivory increases vulnerability of New England salt marshes to die‐off
TC Coverdale, AH Altieri, MD Bertness
Ecology 93 (9), 2085-2094, 2012
462012
Long-distance interactions regulate the structure and resilience of coastal ecosystems
J van de Koppel, T van der Heide, AH Altieri, BK Eriksson, TJ Bouma, ...
Annual review of marine science 7, 139-158, 2015
452015
Inducible variation in hypoxia tolerance across the intertidal–subtidal distribution of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis
AH Altieri
Marine Ecology Progress Series 325, 295-300, 2006
442006
Substrate mediates consumer control of salt marsh cordgrass on Cape Cod, New England
MD Bertness, C Holdredge, AH Altieri
Ecology 90 (8), 2108-2117, 2009
412009
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