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Publications

  1. Cuddington, K., and A. Hastings. (2015) Autocorrelated environmental variation and the establishment of invasive species Oikos, online
  2. Cuddington, K., Hull, Z.T., Currie, W. and M. Koops. (2015) Landmarking and strong Allee thresholds Theoretical Ecology, online
  3. Cuddington, K. Currie, W. and M. Koops. (2014) Could an Asian carp population establish in the Great Lakes from a small introduction? Biological Invasions 16:903-917
  4. Cuddington, K., Fortin, M. J., Gerber, L. R., Hastings, A., Liebhold, A., O'Connor, M., and C. Ray. (2013) Process-based models are required to manage ecological systems in a changing world. Ecosphere 4: art20.
  5. Cuddington, K. (2012) Legacy effects: The persistent impact of ecological interactions. Biological Theory 6:203-210.
  6. Reynolds, P., and K. Cuddington. (2012) Effects of plant gross morphology on predator consumption rates. Environmental Entomology 41:508-515.
  7. Reynolds, P., and K. Cuddington. (2012) Effects of plant gross morphology on predator searching behaviour. Environmental Entomology 41:516-522.
  8. Sobek-Swant, S., Kluzab, D., Cuddington, K., and B. Lyons. (2012) Potential distribution of emerald ash borer: What can we learn from ecological niche models using Maxent and GARP? Forest Ecology and Management 281:23-31.
  9. Vermunt, B., Cuddington, K., Sobek-Swant, S., and J. Crosthwaite. (2012) Cold temperature and emerald ash borer: Modelling the under-bark temperature of ash trees in Ontario. Ecological Modelling 235-236: 19-25.
  10. Vermunt, B., Cuddington, K., Sobek-Swant, S., Crosthwaite, J., Lyons, B., and B. Sinclair. (2012) Temperatures experienced by wood-boring beetles in the under-bark microclimate. Forest Ecology and Management 269: 149–157
  11. Buchman, N., and Cuddington, K. (2009) Influences of pea morphology and interacting factors on pea aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) reproduction. Environmental Entomology 38: 962-970.
  12. Cuddington, K., Wilson, W., and A. Hastings. (2009) Ecosystem engineers: Feedback and population dynamics. American Naturalist 173: 488-498.
  13. DeValpine, P., Cuddington, K., Hoopes, M., and J. Lockwood. (2008) Is spread of invasive species regulated? Using ecological theory to interpret statistical analysis. Ecology 89:2377-2383.
  14. Hastings, A., Byers, J., Crooks, J., Cuddington, K., Jones, C., Lambrinos, J., Talley, T., and W. Wilson. (2007) Ecosystem engineering in space and time. Ecology Letters 10:153-164.
  15. Zimmerman, C., and K. Cuddington. (2007) Ambiguous, circular and polysemous: Students' definitions of the "Balance of Nature" metaphor. Public Understanding of Science 16: 393-406.
  16. Byers, J., Cuddington, K., Jones, C., Talley, T., Hastings, A., Lambrinos, J., Crooks, J., and W. Wilson. (2006) Using ecosystem engineers to restore ecological systems. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21: 493-500.
  17. Green, J.L., Hastings, A., Arzberger, P., Ayala, F., Cottingham, L., Cuddington, K., Davis, F., Dunne, J., Fortin, M.J., Gerber, L., and M. Neubert. (2005) Complexity in ecology and conservation: Mathematical, statistical, and computational challenges. BioScience 55:501-510.
  18. Hastings, A., Cuddington, K., Dugaw, C., Elmendorf, S., Freestone, A. Harrison, S. Holland, M., Lambrinos, J. Malvadkar, R. Melbourne, B. Moore, K. Taylor, C., and D. Thomson. (2005) The spatial spread of invasions: new developments in theory and evidence. Ecology Letters 8:91-101.
  19. Cuddington, K., and A. Hastings. (2004) Invasive engineers. Ecological Modelling 178: 335-347.
  20. Beisner, B., Haydon, D.T., and K. Cuddington. (2003) Alternative conceptions of alternative stable states in ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 376-382.
  21. Cuddington, K., and P. Yodzis. (2002) Predator-prey populations and movement in fractal environments. American Naturalist 160: 119-134.
  22. Cuddington, K. (2001) The “Balance of Nature” metaphor and equilibrium in population ecology. Biology & Philosophy 16: 463-479.
  23. Cuddington, K., and P. Yodzis. (2000) Diffusion-limited predator-prey dynamics in Euclidean environments: An allometric individual-based model. Theoretical Population Biology 58: 259-278.
  24. Cuddington, K., and P.R. Leavitt. (1999) An individual-based model of pigment flux in lakes: Implications for organic biogeochemistry and paleoecology. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56: 1964-1977.
  25. Cuddington, K., and P. Yodzis. (1999) Black noise and population persistence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 266: 969-973.
  26. Forbes, M.R., Alisauskas, R.T., McLaughlin, J.D., and K.M. Cuddington. (1999) Explaining co-occurrence among helminth species of lesser snow geese (Chen caerulescens) during their winter and spring migration. Oecologia 120: 613-620.
  27. Cuddington, K., and E. McCauley. (1994) Food-dependent aggregation and mobility of the water fleas Ceriodaphnia dubia and Daphnia pulex. Canadian Journal of Zoology 72:1217-1226.

Chapters in Books

  1. Cuddington, K. (2012). Ecosystem Engineers. In Hastings, A., and L. Gross (eds.) Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology. University of California Press. p. 230-234.
  2. Beisner, B.E., Haydon, D., and K.M. Cuddington (2008). Ecological Models: Hysteresis. In Jorgensen, S.E. and B.D. Fath (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Ecology, 1st Edition, Elsevier. p. 1930-1935.
  3. Cuddington, K. (2007) Ecosystem engineering: Utility, contention and progress. In Cuddington, K., Byers, J., Hastings, A., and W. Wilson (eds.) Ecosystem engineers: Plants to protists. Elsevier/Academic Press p. 69-74,
  4. Buchman, N., Cuddington, K., and J. Lambrinos. (2007) A historical perspective on ecosystem engineering. In Cuddington, K., Byers, J., Hastings, A., and W. Wilson (eds.) Ecosystem engineers: Plants to protists. Elsevier/Academic Press p. 25-46.
  5. Cuddington, K., and A. Hastings. (2007). Balancing the engineer-environment equation: the current legacy. In Cuddington, K., Byers, J., Hastings, A., and W. Wilson (eds.) Ecosystem engineers: Plants to protists. Elsevier/Academic Press. p. 253-273.
  6. Sabo, J. L., Beisner, B., Berlow, E. , Cuddington, K., Hastings, A., Kokkoris, G., Koen-Alonso, M., McCann, K., Melian, C., and J. Moore. (2005) Population dynamics and food web structure: Predicting measurable food web properties with minimal detail and resolution. In deRuiter, P. C., Moore, J. C., and V. Wolters (eds.). Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change. Academic Press. p. 436-450.
  7. Beisner, B. and K. Cuddington. Why a history of ecology? An Introduction. In Cuddington, K., and B. Beisner (eds.) (2005). Ecological Paradigms Lost: Routes to Theory Change. Elsevier/Academic Press. p. 1-6.
  8. Cuddington, K and B. Beisner. (2005) Kuhnian paradigms Lost: Embracing the Pluralism of Ecological Theory. In Cuddington, K., and B. Beisner (eds.) Ecological Paradigms Lost: Routes to Theory Change. Elsevier/Academic Press. p. 419-426.
  9. Cuddington, K., and M. Ruse (2004). Darwin, biodiversity and the fossil record. In Oksanen, M., and J. Pietarinen (eds.) Philosophy and Biodiversity. Cambridge University Press. p. 101-118.

Books

  1. Cuddington, K., Byers, J., Hastings, A. and W. Wilson (eds.) (2007). Ecosystem engineers: Plants to protists. Elsevier/Academic Press.
  2. Cuddington, K. and B. Beisner (eds.) (2005). Ecological Paradigms Lost: Routes to Theory Change. Elsevier/Academic Press.

Other Publications

  1. Cuddington, K., Currie, W., and M. Koops. Risk of Asian carp establishment in the Great Lakes. Part 1: Spawning probabilities, and Part 2: Probability of establishment. In: Currie WJS, KMD Cuddington, TJ Stewart, H Zhang and MA Koops. 2011. Modelling Spread, Establishment and Impact of Bighead and Silver Carps in the Great Lakes. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. RES2011/113.