Andrew Altieri

14 publications found


He, Qiang, Bertness, Mark D., Bruno, John F., Li, Bo, Chen, Guoqian, Coverdale, Tyler C., Altieri, Andrew H., Bai, Junhong, Sun, Tao, Pennings, Steven C., Liu, Jianguo, Ehrlich, Paul R. and Cui, Baoshan. 2014. Economic development and coastal ecosystem change in China. Scientific Reports, 4 doi:10.1038/srep05995 [Download]


Altieri, Andrew H., Bertness, Mark D., Coverdale, Tyler C., Axelman, Eric E., Herrmann, Nicholas C. and Szathmary, P. L. 2013. Feedbacks underlie the resilience of salt marshes and rapid reversal of consumer-driven die-off. Ecology, 94(7): 1647-1657. [Download]


Angelini Christine, Altieri Andrew H., Silliman Brian R., Bertness Mark D. 2011. Interactions among Foundation Species and Their Consequences for Community Organization, Biodiversity, and Conservation. BioScience, Vol. 61, No. 10, Article DOI: 10.1525/bio.2011.61.10.8 [Download]
Gedan Keryn B., Altieri Andrew H. and Bertness Mark D. 2011. Uncertain future of New England salt marshes. MEPS. Vol. 434: 229237 [Download]
Silliman Brian R., Bertness Mark D., Altieri Andrew H., Griffin John N., Bazterrica M. Cielo, Hidalgo Fernando J., Crain Caitlin M., Reyna Maria V. 2011. Whole-Community Facilitation Regulates Biodiversity on Patagonian Rocky Shores. PLoSONE. 6, 10 e24502 [Download]


Thomsen Mads S., Wernberg Thomas, Altieri Andrew H., Tuya Fernando, Gulbransen Dana, McGlathery Karen J., Holmer Marianne and Silliman Brian R. 2010. Habitat cascades: the conceptual context and global relevance of facilitation cascades via habitat formation and modification. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 50, (2) 158175 [Download]


Bertness Mark D., Holdredge Christine and Altieri Andrew H. 2009. Substrate mediates consumer control of salt marsh cordgrass on Cape Cod, New England. Ecology, 90(8), 2009, pp. 21082117 [Download]
Holdredge Christine, Bertness Mark D. and Altieri Andrew H. 2009. Role of Crab Herbivory in Die-Off of New England Salt Marshes. Conservation Biology, 23, No. 3, 672679 [Download]


van Wesenbeeck Bregje K., Crain Caitlin M., Altieri Andrew H., Bertness Mark D. 2007. Distinct habitat types arise along a continuous hydrodynamic stress gradient due to interplay of competition and facilitation. MEPS. 349: 6371. [Download]
Zabin Chela J., Altieri Andrew H. 2007. A Hawaiian limpet facilitates recruitment of a competitively dominant invasive barnacle. MEPS. 337: 175185 [Download]


Altieri, Andrew H., and Jon D. Witman. 2006. Local extinction of a Foundation Species in a Hypoxic estuary: Integrating individuals to ecosystem. Ecology 87:717730 [Download]
Lindsey Emily L., Altieri Andrew H. and Witman Jon D. 2006. Influence of biogenic habitat on the recruitment and distribution of a subtidal xanthid crab. MEPS. 306: 223231 [Download]
van de Koppel Johan, Altieri Andrew H., Silliman Brian R., Bruno John F. and D. Bertness Mark. 2006. Scale-dependent interactions and community structure on cobble beaches. Ecology Letters, 9: 4550. doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2005.00843.x [Download]


Silliman Brian R., Layman Craig A., Altieri Andrew H. 2003. Symbiosis between an alpheid shrimp and a xanthoid crab in salt marshes of mid-Atlantic states, USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 23(4): 876879 [Download]