Size-by-environment interactions: a neglected dimension of species' responses to environmental variation
Tredennick, Teller, Adler, Hooker, and Ellner
Ecology Letters,
Competition and coexistence in plant communities: intraspecific competition is stronger than interspecific competition
Adler, Smull, Beard, Choi, Furniss, Kulmatiski, Meiners, Tredennick, and Veblen
Ecology Letters,
Iterative near-term ecological forecasting: Needs, opportunities, and challenges
Dietze, Fox, Beck-johnson, Betancourt, Hooten, Jarnevich, Keitt, Kenney, Laney, Larsen, Loescher, Lunch, Pijanowski, Randerson, Read, Tredennick, Vargas, Weathers, and White
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,
Ecosystem functional response across precipitation extremes in a sagebrush steppe
Tredennick, Kleinhesselink, Taylor, and Adler


Environmental responses, not species interactions, determine synchrony of dominant species in semiarid grasslands
Tredennick, Mazancourt, Loreau, and Adler
Water and nitrogen uptake are better associated with resource availability than root biomass
Kulmatiski, Adler, Stark, and Tredennick
The relationship between species richness and ecosystem variability is shaped by the mechanism of coexistence
Tredennick, Adler, and Adler
Ecology Letters,
Asynchrony among local communities stabilises ecosystem function of metacommunities
Wilcox, Tredennick, Koerner, Grman, Hallett, Avolio, La pierre, Houseman, Isbell, Johnson, Alatalo, Baldwin, Bork, Boughton, Bowman, Britton, Cahill, Collins, Du, Eskelinen, Gough, Jentsch, Kern, Klanderud, Knapp, Kreyling, Luo, Mclaren, Megonigal, Onipchenko, Prevéy, Price, Robinson, Sala, Smith, Soudzilovskaia, Souza, Tilman, White, Xu, Yahdjian, Yu, Zhang, and Zhang
Ecology Letters,
Do we need demographic data to forecast plant population dynamics?
Tredennick, Hooten, and Adler
Methods in Ecology and Evolution,


Forecasting climate change impacts on plant populations over large spatial extents
Tredennick, Hooten, Aldridge, Homer, Kleinhesselink, and Adler
Comment on "Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness".
Tredennick, Adler, Grace, Harpole, Borer, Seabloom, Anderson, Bakker, Biederman, Brown, Buckley, Chu, Collins, Crawley, Fay, Firn, Gruner, Hagenah, Hautier, Hector, Hillebrand, Kirkman, Knops, Laungani, Lind, Macdougall, Mcculley, Mitchell, Moore, Morgan, Orrock, Peri, Prober, Risch, Schütz, Speziale, Standish, Sullivan, Wardle, Williams, and Yang


Analysis of stable states in global savannas - a response to Staver and Hansen
Hanan, Tredennick, Prihodko, Bucini, and Dohn
Global Ecology and Biogeography,
Effects of tree harvest on the stable-state dynamics of savanna and forest.
Tredennick, and Hanan
The American Naturalist,
No effects of fire, large herbivores and their interaction on regrowth of harvested trees in two West African savannahs
Tredennick, Karembé, Dembélé, Dohn, and Hanan
African Journal of Ecology,


Analysis of stable states in global savannas: is the CART pulling the horse?
Hanan, Tredennick, Prihodko, Bucini, and Dohn
Global Ecology and Biogeography,


Allometric convergence in savanna trees and implications for the use of plant scaling models in variable ecosystems.
Tredennick, Bentley, and Hanan
PLoS One,


Climate Change on the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming: A Synthesis of Past Climate, Climate Projections, and Ecosystem Implications
Rice, Tredennick, and Joyce
General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-264,



Does warming increase the risk of civil war in Africa?
Sutton, Dohn, Loyd, Tredennick, Bucini, Solórzano, Prihodko, and Hanan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,