Steiner, C. F., R. D. Stockwell, M. Tadros, L. Shaman, K. Patel and L. Khraizat. 2016. Impacts of dispersal on rapid adaptation and dynamic stability of Daphnia in fluctuating environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 246: 2426 (pdf file)

Crawford, J. W., I. Redlinski, C. F. Steiner, and C. E. Cáceres. 2015. Life-history evolution in a Daphnia ambigua population during community assembly. 2015. Journal of Plankton Research 37(2): 409–416. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2014. Stochastic sequential dispersal and nutrient enrichment drive beta diversity in space and time. Ecology 95: 2603–2612 (pdf file)

Vasseur, D. A., J. W. Fox, A. Gonzalez, R. Adrian, B. E. Beisner, M. R. Helmus, C. Johnson, P. Kratina, C. Kremer, C. de Mazancourt, E. Miller, W. A. Nelson, M. Paterson, J. A. Rusak, J. Shurin, and C. F. Steiner. 2014. Synchronous dynamics of zooplankton competitors prevail in temperate lake ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281: 1788. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., R. D. Stockwell, V. Kalaimani, and Z. Aqel. 2013. Population synchrony and stability in environmentally forced metacommunities. Oikos 122: 1195-1206 (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. and J. Masse. 2013. The stabilizing effects of genetic diversity on predator-prey dynamics. F1000Research 2013, 2:43 (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2013. Interactive effects of disturbance, productivity and consumer diversity on the structure of prey communities. ISRN Ecology 2013: ID160504. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2012. Temporal heterogeneity, genetic diversity and the evolution of evolvability and robustness in model gene networks.PLOS One 7: e52204. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., C. A. Klausmeier, and E. Litchman. 2012. Transient dynamics and the destabilizing effects of prey heterogeneity. Ecology 93: 632–644. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., R. D. Stockwell, V. Kalaimani, and Z. Aqel. 2011. Dispersal promotes compensatory dynamics and stability in forced metacommunities. The American Naturalist 178: 159-170. (pdf file

Steiner, C. F., A. Schwaderer, V. Huber, C. A. Klausmeier, E. Litchman. 2009. Periodically forced food chain dynamics: model predictions and experimental validation. Ecology 90: 3099- 3107. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., C. E. Cáceres, and S. Smith. 2007. Resurrecting the ghost of competition past with dormant zooplankton eggs. The American Naturalist 169: 416-422. (pdf file)

Krumins, J. A., Z. T. Long, C. F. Steiner, and P. J. Morin. 2006. Indirect effects of food web diversity and productivity on bacterial community function and composition. Functional Ecology 20: 514-521. (pdf file)

Long, Z. T., C. F. Steiner, J. A. Krumins, and P. J. Morin. 2006. Species diversity and allometric scaling jointly determine biomass in model aquatic food webs. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 1014-1023. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., Z. T. Long, J. A. Krumins, and P. J. Morin. 2006. Population and community resilience in multitrophic communities. Ecology 87: 996-1007. (pdf file)

Cáceres, C. E., S. L. Mulvany, K. A. Paczolt, and C. F. Steiner. 2005. Cladoceran community assembly in a recently created lake. Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie, Verhandlungen 29:1020-1024.

Steiner, C. F., T. L. Darcy-Hall, N. J. Dorn, E. A. Garcia, G. G. Mittelbach, and J. M. Wojdak. 2005. The influence of consumer diversity and indirect facilitation on trophic-level biomass and community stability. Oikos 110: 556-566. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., Z. T. Long, J. A. Krumins, and P. J. Morin. 2005. Temporal stability of aquatic food webs: partitioning the effects of species diversity, species composition and enrichment. Ecology Letters 8: 819-828. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2005. Temporal stability of pond zooplankton assemblages. Freshwater Biology 50: 105-112. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2005. Impacts of density-independent mortality and productivity on the strength and outcome of competition. Ecology 86: 727-739. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., and M. A. Leibold. 2004. Cyclic assembly trajectories and scale-dependent productivity-diversity relationships. Ecology 85: 107-113. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2004. Daphnia dominance and zooplankton community structure in fishless ponds. Journal of Plankton Research 26: 799-810. (pdf file)

Petchey, O., A. L. Downing, G. G. Mittelbach, L. Persson, C. F. Steiner, P. Warren, and G. Woodward. 2004. Species loss and the structure and functioning of multitrophic aquatic systems. Oikos 104: 467-478. (pdf file)

Mittelbach, G. G., T. L. Darcy-Hall, N. J. Dorn, E. A. Garcia, C. F. Steiner, and J. M. Wojdak. 2004. The impact of density-independent mortality on species coexistence: an experimental test with zooplankton. Oikos 107: 415-421. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2003. Variable dominance in pond communities: assessing spatiotemporal variation in competition and predation intensity. Ecology 84: 982-990. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2003. Keystone predator effects and grazer control of planktonic primary production. Oikos 101: 569-577. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F., and A. H. Roy. 2003. Seasonal succession in fishless ponds: effects of enrichment and invertebrate predation on zooplankton community structure. Hydrobiologia 490: 125-134. (pdf file) 

Mittelbach, G. G., S. M. Scheiner, and C. F. Steiner. 2003. What is the observed relationship between species richness and productivity: reply. Ecology 84: 3390-3395. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2002. Context-dependent effects of Daphnia pulex on pond ecosystem function: observational and experimental evidence. Oecologia 131: 549-558. (pdf file)

Steiner, C. F. 2001. The effects of prey heterogeneity and consumer identity on the limitation of trophic-level biomass. Ecology 82: 2495-2506. (pdf file)

Mittelbach, G. G., C. F. Steiner, S. M. Scheiner, K. L. Gross, H. L. Reynolds, R. B.Waide, M. R. Willig, and S. I. Dodson. 2001. What is the observed relationship between species richness and productivity? Ecology 82: 2381-2396. (pdf file)

Waide, R. B., M. R. Willig, C. F. Steiner, G. G. Mittelbach, L. Gough, S. I. Dodson, G. P. Juday, and R. Parmenter. 1999. The relationship between primary productivity and species richness. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 257-300. (pdf file)

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