Matthew Bracken
Matthew Bracken
Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine
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Global analysis of nitrogen and phosphorus limitation of primary producers in freshwater, marine and terrestrial ecosystems
JJ Elser, MES Bracken, EE Cleland, DS Gruner, WS Harpole, ...
Ecology letters 10 (12), 1135-1142, 2007
Nutrient co‐limitation of primary producer communities
WS Harpole, JT Ngai, EE Cleland, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, MES Bracken, ...
Ecology letters 14 (9), 852-862, 2011
A cross‐system synthesis of consumer and nutrient resource control on producer biomass
DS Gruner, JE Smith, EW Seabloom, SA Sandin, JT Ngai, H Hillebrand, ...
Ecology letters 11 (7), 740-755, 2008
Consumer versus resource control of producer diversity depends on ecosystem type and producer community structure
H Hillebrand, DS Gruner, ET Borer, MES Bracken, EE Cleland, JJ Elser, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (26), 10904, 2007
Coastal oceanography sets the pace of rocky intertidal community dynamics
BA Menge, J Lubchenco, MES Bracken, F Chan, MM Foley, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (21), 12229, 2003
Herbivore metabolism and stoichiometry each constrain herbivory at different organizational scales across ecosystems
H Hillebrand, ET Borer, MES Bracken, BJ Cardinale, J Cebrian, ...
Ecology letters 12 (6), 516-527, 2009
Functional consequences of realistic biodiversity changes in a marine ecosystem
MES Bracken, SE Friberg, CA Gonzalez-Dorantes, SL Williams
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (3), 924-928, 2008
Signatures of nutrient limitation and co‐limitation: responses of autotroph internal nutrient concentrations to nitrogen and phosphorus additions
MES Bracken, H Hillebrand, ET Borer, EW Seabloom, J Cebrian, ...
Oikos 124 (2), 113-121, 2015
Realistic losses of rare species disproportionately impact higher trophic levels
MES Bracken, NHN Low
Ecology letters 15 (5), 461-467, 2012
Diversity enhances cover and stability of seaweed assemblages: the role of heterogeneity and time
JJ Stachowicz, M Graham, MES Bracken, AI Szoboszlai
Ecology 89 (11), 3008-3019, 2008
Seaweed diversity enhances nitrogen uptake via complementary use of nitrate and ammonium
MES Bracken, JJ Stachowicz
Ecology 87 (9), 2397-2403, 2006
Complementarity in marine biodiversity manipulations: reconciling divergent evidence from field and mesocosm experiments
JJ Stachowicz, RJ Best, MES Bracken, MH Graham
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 105 (48), 18842-18847, 2008
Diversity of intertidal macroalgae increases with nitrogen loading by invertebrates
MES Bracken, KJ Nielsen
Ecology 85 (10), 2828-2836, 2004
Whole-community mutualism: associated invertebrates facilitate a dominant habitat-forming seaweed
MES Bracken, CA Gonzalez-Dorantes, JJ Stachowicz
Ecology 88 (9), 2211-2219, 2007
Effects of experimental warming on biodiversity depend on ecosystem type and local species composition
DS Gruner, MES Bracken, SA Berger, BK Eriksson, L Gamfeldt, ...
Oikos 126 (1), 8-17, 2017
Impacts of a simulated heat wave on composition of a marine community
CJB Sorte, A Fuller, MES Bracken
Oikos 119 (12), 1909-1918, 2010
Ecological factors affecting community invasibility
SV Olyarnik, MES Bracken, JE Byrnes, AR Hughes, KM Hultgren, ...
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems: ecological, management, and …, 2009
Invertebrate-mediated nutrient loading increases growth of an intertidal macroalga
MES Bracken
Journal of Phycology 40 (6), 1032-1041, 2004
Nitrogen availability limits phosphorus uptake in an intertidal macroalga
V Perini, MES Bracken
Oecologia 175 (2), 667-676, 2014
Local‐scale nutrient regeneration facilitates seaweed growth on wave‐exposed rocky shores in an upwelling system
KM Aquilino, MES Bracken, MN Faubel, JJ Stachowicz
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (1), 309-317, 2009
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