|Biodiversity as a barrier to ecological invasion|
TA Kennedy, S Naeem, KM Howe, JMH Knops, D Tilman, P Reich
Nature 417 (6889), 636-638, 2002
|Plant diversity increases resistance to invasion in the absence of covarying extrinsic factors|
S Naeem, JMH Knops, D Tilman, KM Howe, T Kennedy, S Gale
Oikos 91 (1), 97-108, 2000
|The role of discharge variation in scaling of drainage area and food chain length in rivers|
JL Sabo, JC Finlay, T Kennedy, DM Post
science 330 (6006), 965-967, 2010
|Ecosystem ecology meets adaptive management: food web response to a controlled flood on the Colorado River, Glen Canyon|
WF Cross, CV Baxter, KC Donner, EJ Rosi-Marshall, TA Kennedy, ...
Ecological Applications 21 (6), 2016-2033, 2011
|Food‐web dynamics in a large river discontinuum|
WF Cross, CV Baxter, EJ Rosi-Marshall, RO Hall Jr, TA Kennedy, ...
Ecological Monographs 83 (3), 311-337, 2013
|Flow management for hydropower extirpates aquatic insects, undermining river food webs|
TA Kennedy, JD Muehlbauer, CB Yackulic, DA Lytle, SW Miller, KL Dibble, ...
BioScience 66 (7), 561-575, 2016
|Turbidity, light, temperature, and hydropeaking control primary productivity in the C olorado River, G rand C anyon|
RO Hall Jr, CB Yackulic, TA Kennedy, MD Yard, EJ Rosi‐Marshall, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (2), 512-526, 2015
|Saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima) invasion alters organic matter dynamics in a desert stream|
TA Kennedy, SE Hobbie
Freshwater Biology 49 (1), 65-76, 2004
|Neighbourhood scale effects of species diversity on biological|
JM Levine, T Kennedy, S Naeem
Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: synthesis and perspectives, 114, 2002
|Eradication of invasive Tamarix ramosissima along a desert stream increases native fish density|
TA Kennedy, JC Finlay, SE Hobbie
Ecological Applications 15 (6), 2072-2083, 2005
|The relation between invertebrate drift and two primary controls, discharge and benthic densities, in a large regulated river|
TA Kennedy, CB Yackulic, WF Cross, PE Grams, MD Yard, AJ Copp
Freshwater Biology 59 (3), 557-572, 2014
|Multi-trophic dynamics and ecosystem processes|
D Raffaelli, WH Van der Putten, L Persson, DA Wardle, O Petchey, ...
Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Synthesis and perspectives, 147-154, 2002
|Meeting the challenge of interacting threats in freshwater ecosystems: A call to scientists and managers|
LS Craig, JD Olden, AH Arthington, S Entrekin, CP Hawkins, JJ Kelly, ...
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 5, 2017
|Patterns of an invasion by Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) in a riparian corridor and its effects on ant diversity|
The American midland naturalist 140 (2), 343-350, 1998
|Abiotic & biotic responses of the Colorado River to controlled floods at Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona, USA|
TS Melis, J Korman, TA Kennedy
River Research and Applications 28 (6), 764-776, 2012
|Macroinvertebrate diets reflect tributary inputs and turbidity-driven changes in food availability in the Colorado River downstream of Glen Canyon Dam|
HA Wellard Kelly, EJ Rosi-Marshall, TA Kennedy, RO Hall Jr, WF Cross, ...
Freshwater Science 32 (2), 397-410, 2013
|Air–water oxygen exchange in a large whitewater river|
RO Hall Jr, TA Kennedy, EJ Rosi‐Marshall
Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments 2 (1), 1-11, 2012
|Invasion and production of New Zealand mud snails in the Colorado River, Glen Canyon|
WF Cross, EJ Rosi-Marshall, KE Behn, TA Kennedy, RO Hall, AE Fuller, ...
Biological Invasions 12 (9), 3033-3043, 2010
|Mercury and selenium accumulation in the Colorado River food web, Grand Canyon, USA|
DM Walters, E Rosi‐Marshall, TA Kennedy, WF Cross, CV Baxter
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 34 (10), 2385-2394, 2015
|Prey size and availability limits maximum size of rainbow trout in a large tailwater: insights from a drift-foraging bioenergetics model|
MJ Dodrill, CB Yackulic, TA Kennedy, JW Hayes
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (5), 759-772, 2016