Michael M. Fuller

Publications and Presentations

Published or In Press

  1. Fuller, M.M. 2017. Triumphs and tribulations: an intimate account of how long-term funding affects the lives of scientists. Bioscience 67 477-478.
  2. Chivers, W.J., W. Gladstone, R.D. Herbert, and M.M. Fuller. 2014. Predator-prey systems depend on a prey refuge. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 360: 271-278.
  3. Ryan, M., M.M. Fuller, N.J. Scott, J.A. Cook, S. Poe, B. Willink, G. Chaves, and F. Bolaños. 2014. Individualistic population responses of five frog species in two changing tropical environments over time. PLoS One 9: e98351.
  4. Martin, A.R., J.P. Casperson, M.M. Fuller, T.A. Jones, and S.C. Thomas. Temporal dynamics and causes of postharvest mortality in a selection-managed tolerant hardwood forest.
    Forest Management and Ecology 314: 183-192.
  5. Patankar, Rajit, Michael M. Fuller, Sandy M. Smith, and Sean C. Thomas. The distribution of a host-specific canopy parasite is linked with local species diversity in a northern temperate forest.
    Journal of Vegetation Science 25 1015-1023.
  6. Fuller, Michael M. and Brian J. Enquist. 2012. Accounting for Spatial Autocorrelation in Null Models of Tree Species Association.
    Ecography 35: 510-518. Click for pre-print.
  7. Fuller, Michael M. 2012. Order from Chaos? Making the Case for a General Theory of Ecology. Review of The Theory of Ecology by S. Scheiner and M. Willig (eds). 2011 Univ. of Chicago Press.
    Bioscience 62: 435-436.
  8. Thorpe, H.C., Fuller, M.M., S.C. Thomas, J.P. Caspersen. 2010. Modelling stand development after partial harvests: An empirically based, spatially explicit analysis for lowland black spruce.
    Ecological Modelling 221: 256-267.
  9. Thorpe, H., M. Fuller, S. Thomas, and J. Caspersen. 2009. Quantifying the influence of residual-tree responses on stand development after partial harvests.
    Sustainable Forest Network Research Note 44.
  10. Fuller, M.M., L.J. Gross, S.M. Duke-Sylvester, and M. Palmer. 2008. Testing the Robustness of Management Decisions to Uncertainty: Space, Relativity, and Uncertainty in Everglades Restoration Scenarios.
    Ecological Applications 18: 711-723. Link to journal
  11. Fuller, M.M., B.E. Enquist, and A. Wagner. 2008. Using Network Analysis to Characterize Forest Structure.
    Natural Resources Modeling 21: 225-247. Link to journal.
  12. Fuller, M.M., D. Wang, L.J. Gross, and M.W. Berry. 2007. Current Problems and Future Directions in Computational Science for Natural Resource Management.
    IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering. 9: 40-48. Link to journal
  13. Balfour, P.S., E.W. Stitt, and M.M. Fuller. 2007. Nerodia fasciata pictiventris (Florida water snake).
    Herpetological Review 38: 363. (Update on California populations). Link to society.
  14. Drake, J.A., M.M. Fuller, C.R. Zimmermann, and J.G.P. Gamarra. 2006. Emergence in ecological systems.
    In: N. Rooney, K.S. McCann, and D.L.G. Noakes (Eds), From Energetics to Ecosystems: the Dynamics and Structure of Ecological Systems. (The Peter Yodzis Fundamental Ecology Series, Vol 1). Springer. ISBN: 1-4020-5336-3. Link to book at Springer.
  15. Fuller, Michael M. 2006. In a World of Diversity, a Search for Unity.
    Review of Metacommunities: spatial dynamics and ecological communities by Marcel Holyoak, Mathew A. Leibold, and Robert D. Holt (eds). 2005 Univ. of Chicago Press.
    Ecology 87: 2681-2682.
  16. Fuller, M.M. and B.W. Trevett. 2006. Nerodia fasciata pictiventris. (Florida water snake).
    Herpetological Review.37: 363. (First record of Florida water snake in Southern California.) Link to society.
  17. Fuller, M.M., T.N. Romanuk, and J. Kolasa. 2005. Effects of predation and variation in species relative abundance on the parameters of neutral models.
    Community Ecology 6: 229-240. Link to journal
  18. Fuller, Michael M. 2006. Points of Interest: Understanding Spatial Patterns.
    Review of Spatial Analysis: a Guide for Ecologists by Marie-Josée Fortin and Mark Dale. 2005 Cambridge Univ. Press.
    Ecology 86: 3422-3423.
  19. Jennings, Mark R. and Michael M. Fuller. 2004. Origin and distribution of leopard frogs, Rana pipiens complex, in California.
    California Fish and Game 90: 119-139. Link to Journal
  20. Fuller, M.M. and J.A. Drake. 2000. Modelling the invasion process.
    In, R. Claudem and J. Leach (Eds) Non-Indigenous Freshwater Organisms in North America: Vectors, Biology, and Impacts, pp 411-414. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton. ISBN: 1-5667-0449-9 Link to book at Amazon
  21. Durtsche, R.D., P.J. Gier, M.M. Fuller, W.I Lutterschmidt, R. Bradley, C.K. Meier, and S.C. Hardy. 1997. Ontogenetic variation in the autecology of the greater earless lizard Cophosaurus texanus.
    Ecography 20: 336-346. Link to journal
  22. Fuller, M.M. 1995. Bufo punctatus (Western Toad).
    Herpetological Review 26:151-152. (Geographic distribution and hybridization record in California.) Link to society.

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    University of New Mexico, Department of Biology

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