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Education and Degrees
Ph.D. Brown University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 2006
B.A. University of California Santa Cruz, Marine Biology, 1999
Altieri, A.H., M.D. Bertness, T.C. Coverdale, E.E. Axelman, N.C. Herrmann, P.L. Szathmary (2013) Feedbacks underlie the resilience of salt marshes and rapid reversal of consumer driven die-off. Ecology 94: 1647-1657.
He, Q., M.D. Bertness, A.H. Altieri (2013) Global shifts toward positive species interactions with increasing environmental stress. Ecology Letters 16: 695-706.
Altieri, A.H., M.D. Bertness, T.C. Coverdale, N.C. Herrmann, C. Angelini (2012) A trophic cascade triggers collapse of a salt marsh ecosystems with intensive recreational fishing. Ecology 93: 1402-1410.
Altieri, A.H., B.K. van Wesenbeeck, M.D. Bertness, B.R. Silliman (2010) Facilitation cascade explains positive relationship between native biodiversity and invasion success. Ecology 91: 1269-1275.
Altieri, A.H. (2008) Dead zones enhance key fisheries species by providing predation refuge. Ecology 89: 2808-2818.
Altieri, A.H., B.R. Silliman, M.D. Bertness (2007) Hierarchical organization via a facilitation cascade in intertidal cordgrass bed communities. The American Naturalist 169: 195-206.
Altieri, A.H., J.D. Witman (2006) Local extinction of a foundation species in a hypoxic estuary: integrating individuals to ecosystem. Ecology 87: 717-730.