Here is a list of recent academic publications. Where possible, links are provided. If you are interested in works that are in-progress or forthcoming, please contact me.
McCauley, D.J., G. Gellner, N.D. Martinez, R.J. Williams, S.A. Sandin, F. Micheli, P.J. Mumby & K.S. McCann. “On the prevalence and dynamics of inverted trophic pyramids and otherwise top-heavy communities” Ecology Letters. (9 January 2018) LINK
Jarvis, L., K.S. McCann, T.D. Tunney, T.D., G. Gellner & J. Fryxell. “Early Warning Indicators Detect Catastrophic Effects of Experimental Warming” Ecology and Evolution.
Gellner, G, K.S. McCann & A. Hastings. “The Duality of Stability: Towards a Stochastic Theory of Species Interactions” Theoretical Ecology. 1-9 (27 May 2016). LINK
Gellner, G & K.S. McCann. “Consistent role of weak and strong interactions in high- and low-diversity trophic food webs” Nature Communications. 7, 11180 (12 April 2016). LINK
McCann, K.S., G. Gellner, B.C. McMeans, G.W. Holtgrieve, N. Rooney, L. Hannah, M. Cooperman & S. Nam. “Food webs and the sustainability of indiscriminate fisheries” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 73(4): 656-665 (22 October 2015). LINK
Prior to 2014
MacDougal, A.S., K.S. McCann, G. Gellner & R. Turkington, R, “Diversity loss with persistent human disturbance increases vulnerability to ecosystem collapse” Nature. 494: 86-89 (February 2013). LINK
Rooney, N., K.S. McCann, G. Gellner & J. Moore “Structural asymmetry and the stability of diverse food webs” Nature. 442: 265-269 (July 2006). LINK
Gellner, G. “The Nature of Ecological Stability: Integrating Theory from Modules to Whole Food Webs” University of Guelph: 2014. (Ph.D.)
Gellner, G. “The Stability of Omnivory: A Geometrical Reconciliation” University of Guelph: 2010. (M.Sc.)