A. Louthan, J. Walters, A. Terando, V. Garcia, and W. Morris. Multiple climate signals have opposing effects on vital rates in a threatened flagship species. In review at Journal of Animal Ecology.
A. Louthan, E. Valencia, D. Martins, T. Guy, J. Goheen, T. Palmer, and D. Doak. Large mammals generate both cascading effects and extended trophic cascades, mediated through flowers, on floral visitor communities. In review at Journal of Tropical Ecology.
R. Dibner, M. Peterson, A. Louthan, D. Doak. Multiple mechanisms confer stability to isolated populations of a rare endemic plant. In revision at Ecological Monographs.
A. Louthan, E. Lombardi, J. Goheen, T. Palmer, D. Doak. Trees facilitate Hibiscus meyeri, a common savanna forb, by alleviating water stress and browsing. In revision at PLOS One.
A. Louthan and D. Doak. Measurement error of state variables creates substantial bias in results of demographic population models. In press at Ecology.
J. Goheen, D. Augustine, K. Veblen, D. Kimuyu, T. Palmer, L. Porensky, R. Pringle, J. Ratnam, M. Sankaran, G. Charles, A. Ford, A. Hassan, R. Jakopak, T. Kartzinel, C. Riginos, S. Kurukura, A. Louthan, W. Odadi, T. Otieno, A. Wambua, H. Young, and T. Young. 2018. Conservation lessons from large-mammal manipulations in East African savannas: the KLEE, UHURU, and GLADE experiments. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. DOI: 10.1111/nyas.13848. [link] *Invited contribution to the special volume The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology.
A. M. Louthan, R. M. Pringle, J. R. Goheen, T. M. Palmer, W. F. Morris, and D. F. Doak. 2018. Aridity weakens population-level effects of multiple species interactions on Hibiscus meyeri. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 115:543-548. 10.1073/pnas.1708436115. [link]
A. Louthan, D. Doak, and A. Angert. 2015. Where and when do species interactions set range limits? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30: 780-792.
D. Doak, G. Himes Boor, V. Bakker, W. Morris, A. Louthan, A. Stanley, and L. Crowder. 2015. Recommendations for improving recovery criteria under the United States Endangered Species Act. Bioscience 65:189-199.
A. Louthan, D. Doak, J. Goheen, T. Palmer, and R. Pringle. 2014. Mechanisms of plant-plant interactions: concealment from herbivores is more important that abiotic-stress mediation in an African savannah. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 281: 20132647. 10.1098/rspb.2013.2647 [link]
A. Louthan, D. Doak, J. Goheen, T. Palmer, and R. Pringle. 2013. Climatic stress mediates the impact of herbivory on plant population structure and components of individual fitness. Journal of Ecology 101 (4): 1074-1083. [link] * featured on the Journal of Ecology podcast.
A. Louthan and K. Kay. 2011. Comparing the adaptive landscape across trait types: larger QTL effect size in traits under biotic selection. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11(60): 749-760. [link] * Received F1000 Award, designed to increase article publicity.
V. Eckhart, I. Singh, A. Louthan, A. Keledjian, A. Chu, D. Moeller, and M. Geber. 2010. Plant-Soil Water Relations and Species Border of Clarkia xantiana ssp. xantiana. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 171(7): 749-760. [link] [website]
D.F. Doak, R. Dibner, A. Louthan, and M.L. Peterson. 2016. Final report on Desert Yellowhead (Yermo xanthocephalus) conservation status. Report and recommendations to the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
A. Louthan, Préserver la biodiversité face au changement climatique, In: Deyrolle: à la croisée des saviors. Louis Albert de Broglie and Sylvie Albou-Tabart, ed., Éditions de La Martinière, 70, 2015.