Publications

2017

Moeller, HV and MD Johnson. Preferential plastid retention by the acquired phototroph Mesodinium chamaeleonJournal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, in press.

Johnson, MD, E Lasek-Nesselquist, HV Moeller, et al. Mesodinium rubrum: The symbiosis that wasn’t. PNAS 114(7): E1040-E1042. [online access]

2016

Moeller, HV and KG Peay. Competition-function tradeoffs in ectomycorrhizal fungi. PeerJ 4:e2270. [online access] [pdf]

Moeller, HV, I Dickie, T Fukami, and D Peltzer. Hierarchical neighbor effects on mycorrhizal community structure and function. Ecology & Evolution 6(15): 5416-5430. [online access] [pdf]

Herrera, G, HV Moeller, and MG Neubert. High-seas fish wars generate marine reservesPNAS 113(14): 3767-3772.

Pedersen, E, J Marleau, M Granados, HV Moeller, F Guichard. Non-heirarchical movement promotes stability and resilience in a tritrophic system. The American Naturalist 187(5): E116-E128.

Moeller, HV, E Peltomaa, MD Johnson, and MG Neubert. Acquired phototrophy stabilizes coexistence and shapes dynamics of an intraguild predator and its prey. Ecology Letters 19: 393-402[pdf]

Moeller, HV, and MG Neubert. Multiple friends with benefits: An optimal mutualist management strategy? The American Naturalist 187(1): E1-E12. [online access] [pdf] [appendices]

2015

Moeller, HV, I Dickie, T Fukami, and D Peltzer. Mycorrhizal co-invasion and novel interactions depend on neighborhood context. Ecology 96(9): 2336-2347[pdf]

Moeller, HV, and MG Neubert. Economically optimal marine reserves without spatial heterogeneity in a simple two-patch model. Natural Resource Modeling 28(3): 244-255. [pdf]

Wood, J, I Dickie, HV Moeller, D Peltzer, K Boot, G Rattray, and J Wilmshurst. Novel interactions between non-native mammals and fungi facilitate establishment of invasive pines. Journal of Ecology 103: 121-129. [pdf]

2014

Moeller, HV, KG Peay, T Fukami. Ectomycorrhizal fungal traits reflect environmental conditions along a coastal California edaphic gradient. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 87(3): 797-806. [pdf]

Listen to a Goggles Optional podcast (complete with fungus song) about this paper here.

2013

Moeller, HV and MG Neubert. Habitat damage, marine reserves, and the value of spatial management. Ecological Applications 23, 959-971. [pdf]

Karp, DS, HV Moeller, and LO Frishkoff. Non-random extinction patterns can modulate pest-control service decline. Ecological Applications 23: 840-849. [pdf]

Sailley, SF, HW Ducklow, HV Moeller, WR Fraser, OME Schofield, DK Steinberg, LM Garzio, and SC Doney. Carbon fluxes and pelagic ecosystem dynamics near two western Antarctic Peninsula Adelie penguin colonies: an inverse model approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492: 253-272.

2012

Ducklow, H, SC Doney, … HV Moeller, et al. Marine Pelagic Ecosystems: The West Antarctic Peninsula. In: Antarctic Ecosystems: An extreme environment in a changing world, 121-159.

2011

Moeller, HV, MD Johnson, PG Falkowski. Photoacclimation in the phototrophic marine ciliate, Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora). Journal of Phycology 47: 324-332. [pdf]

2009

Johnson, MD, J Volker, HV Moeller, E Laws, KJ Breslauer, PG Falkowski. Universal constant for heat production in protists. PNAS 106: 6696-6699.

 

<Cover Photo: Lake Tekapo, New Zealand>

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