Barner, A. K., K. Coblentz, S. Hacker, B. Menge. Fundamental contradictions among common estimates of non-trophic species interactions. In review.
Barner, A. K., F. Chan, A. Hettinger, S. D. Hacker, B. A. Menge, K. Marshall. Testing a theory-based framework to classify species responses to global change.In review.
Hughes, B., R. Beas-Luna, 29 co-authors, P. Raimondi, B. Menge, K. Grorud-Colvert, M. Novak, M. Carr. Long-term studies contribute disproportionately to ecology and policy. In press at Bioscience.
Grorud-Colvert, K., J. Lubchenco, and A. K. Barner. 2017. Seas the day: a bluer, saltier second century for American Parks. Science, Conservation and National Parks. Editors: S. R. Beissinger, D. Ackerly, H. Doremus, G. Machlis. University of Chicago Press, Chicago IL.
Barner, A. K.. 2016. Predictability and Constraints on the Structure of Ecological Communities in the Context of Climate Change. Ph.D. Dissertation, Oregon State University. link
Barner, A. K., S. D. Hacker, B. A. Menge, and K. J. Nielsen. 2016. The complex net effect of reciprocal interactions and recruitment facilitation maintains an intertidal kelp community. Journal of Ecology 104: 33-43.pdf, link, data
Lubchenco, J., A. K. Barner, E. B. Cerny-Chipman, and J. N. Reimer. 2015. Commentary: Sustainability rooted in science. Nature Geoscience 8: 741-745. link
Barner, A. K., J. Lubchenco, C. Costello, S. D. Gaines, A. Leland, B. Jenks, S. Murawski, E. Schwabb, and M. Spring. 2015. Solutions for recovering and sustaining the bounty of the ocean: reforming fisheries and pairing rights-based fisheries management with marine reserves. Oceanography 28: 252-263. link [open access],
Piacenza, S. E., A. K. Barner, C. E. Benkwitt, K. S. Boersma, E. B. Cerny-Chipman, K. E. Ingeman, T. L. Kindinger, J. D. Lee, A. J. Lindsley, J. N. Reimer, J. C. Rowe, C. Shen, K. A. Thompson, L. L. Thurman, and S. S. Heppell. 2015. Patterns and variation of benthic biodiversity in a large marine ecosystem. PLoS ONE 10: e0135135. link [open access]
Piacenza, S. E., L. L. Thurman, A. K. Barner, C. E. Benkwitt, K. S. Boersma, E. B. Cerny-Chipman, K. E. Ingeman, T. L. Kindinger, A. J. Lindsley, J. Nelson, J. N. Reimer, J. C. Rowe, C. Shen, K. A. Thompson, and S. S. Heppell. 2015. A new method for evaluating temporal consistency in biodiversity hotspots. PLoS ONE 10: e0133301.link [open access]
Barner, A. K., C. A. Pﬁster, and J. T. Wootton. 2011. The mixed mating system of the sea palm Postelsia palmaeformis: few costs to selﬁng. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278: 1347-1355.link
Technical Reports & Outreach Publications
Sopinka, N. & A. K. Barner. 2016. Back Page Photo Series: Intertidal after Dark. Fisheries 41: 155-156.link, blog
Whelan, C. J., M. E. Sandor, and A. K. Barner. 2015. Birds and Rails. Illinois Natural History Survey Reports 413: 7-8. link [pdf]
Reimer, J. N., K. Grorud-Colvert, A. K. Barner, and J. Lubchenco. 2015. Healthy oceans,healthy people, healthy economies: integrating fisheries management and protected areas for environmental, economic, and social benefits. Science Brief for the UN High Level Political Forum on the Sustainable Development Goals. link [pdf]
Whelan, C. J., L. A. Leong, M. Sandor, D. Maddox, and A. K. Barner. 2014. Assessment of thecomposition and reproductive ecology of breeding bird assemblages at selected natural areas potentially impacted by the EJ&E Line, 2009-2013. Impacts of the EJ&E on Natural Areas Report, Section 4: Avian Ecology.