López-Carr,D., N.G. Pricope, J.E. Aukema, C. Funk, M. Jankowska, G. Husak, and J. Michaelsen. 2014. A spatial analysis of population dynamics and climate change in Africa: Potential vulnerability hot spots emerge where precipitation declines and demographic pressures coincide.Population and Environment 35:323-339. PDF

Liebhold, A.M., D.G. McCullough, L.M. Blackburn, S.J. Frankel, B. Von Holle, J.E. Aukema. 2013. A Highly Aggregated Geographical Distribution of Forest Pest Invasions in the USA. Diversity & Distributions 19:1208–1216. PDF

Aukema, J.E. & K.L. Vigerstol. 2012. Impacts and Dependencies of the Beverage Sector on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: An Introduction. The Nature
Conservancy & Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable. 37 pages. PDF

Aukema, J. E., B. Leung, K. Kovacs. C. Chivers, K. Britton, J. Englin, S. J. Frankel, R. G. Haight, T. P. Holmes, A. M. Liebhold, D. G. McCullough & B. Von Holle. 2011.  Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental United States.  PLoS One  6(9): e24587.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024587 Link   PDF

Vigerstol, K.L. and Aukema, J. E. 2011. A comparison of tools for modeling freshwater ecosystem services. Journal of Environmental Management 92: 2403-2409. PDF

Aukema, J. E., D. G. McCullough, B. Von Holle, A. M. Liebhold, K. Britton and S. J. Frankel. 2010. Historical Accumulation of Non-indigenous Forest Pests in the Continental United States. BioScience 60:886-897. PDF  Cover

Aukema, J. E. 2010.  Beyond Protected Areas. Science Chronicles (April 2010) 8 (4): 6-8. PDF

Holmes, T. P., J. E. Aukema, B. Von Holle, A. Liebhold, and E. Sills. 2009. Economic Impacts of Invasive Species in Forests: Past, Present, and Future. In The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology (R.S. Ostfeld and W.H. Schlesinger, eds.).  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1162: 18–38. PDF

Aukema, J. E. and A. B. Carey. 2008. Effects of variable density thinning on understory diversity and heterogeneity in young Douglas fir forests. Research Paper PNW-RP-575. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. PDF

Aukema, J. E., T. A. Carlo, and J. Collazo. 2007. Landscape assessment of tree communities in the northern karst region of Puerto Rico. Plant Ecology 189: 101-115. PDF

Carlo, T.A., J. E. Aukema, and J. M. Morales. 2007. Plant-frugivore interactions as spatially explicit networks: integrating frugivore foraging with fruiting plant spatial patterns. In A. Dennis and D. Wescott, editors. Seed Dispersal: Theory and its Application in a Changing World. CAB International Press. Oxfordshire,  UK. PDF

Lawler, J. J., J. E. Aukema, J. Grant, B. Halpern, P. Kareiva, C. R. Nelson, K. Ohleth, J. D. Olden, M. A. Schlaepfer, B. Silliman, and P. Zaradic. 2006. Conservation Science: A 20-Year Report Card. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:473-480. PDF

Aukema, J. E., T.A. Carlo, A.G. Tossas and V. Anadón-Irizarry. 2006. A Call to Protect Sierra Bermeja for Future Generations.  Sociedad Ornitológica Puertorriqueña, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 24 pages. PDF (English)  PDF (español)

Carlo, T. A. and J. E. Aukema. 2005. Female directed dispersal and facilitation between a tropical mistletoe and its dioecious host. Ecology 86: 3245-3251. PDF

Kuijt, J., T. A. Carlo, and J. E. Aukema.  2005. A new, endangered endemic for Puerto Rico: Dendrophthora bermejae (Viscaceae). Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium 24: 115-118. PDF

Schlaepfer, M. A., J. E. Aukema, J. Grant, B. Halpern, J. Hoekstra, P. Kareiva, J. J. Lawler, J. C. Manolis, C. R. Nelson, J. D. Olden, B. Silliman, S. Stephens, J. A. Wiens, and P. Zaradic.  2005.  Re-wilding: a bold plan that needs native megafauna.  Nature 437: 951. PDF

Aukema, J. E. 2004. Distribution and dispersal of desert mistletoe is scale-dependent, hierarchically nested. Ecography 27: 137-144. PDF

Aukema, J. E. 2003. Vectors, viscin, and Viscaceae: mistletoes as parasites, mutualists, and resources. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 212-219. PDF

Aukema, J. E. and C. Martínez del Rio. 2002. Where does a fruit eating bird deposit mistletoe seeds? Seed deposition patterns and an experiment. Ecology 83: 3489-3496. PDF

Hudson, R. E., J. E. Aukema, D. Roze and C. Rispe. 2002. The evolution of altruism in cellular slime molds.  American Naturalist 160: 31-43. PDF

Aukema, J. E. and C. Martínez del Rio. 2002. Variation in mistletoe seed deposition: effects of intra- and interspecific host characteristics. Ecography: 25: 139-144. PDF

Aukema, J. E. and C. Martínez del Rio. 2002. Mistletoes as parasites and seed-dispersing birds as disease vectors: current  understanding, challenges, and opportunities. Pages 99-110 in D. J. Levey, W. R. Silva, and M. Galetti, editors.  Seed Dispersal and Frugivory: Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. CAB International Press. Oxfordshire,  UK. PDF

Wetterer, J. K., A. L. Wetterer, C. Rumbaitis-del Rio, C. Chang, G. Vega, L. L. Manne, J. Aukema, J. Karubian, A. Sloan, & M. Desai.  2000.  Diel shifts in treehopper-tending by ants and wasps .in Costa Rica. Sociobiology 36(1): 123-131. PDF

Aukema, J. E. and M. R. Kunzmann. 2000. The Use of GPS & GIS tools to help document the spread of desert mistletoe (Phoradendron californicum), a plant parasite in Arizona. 20th Annual ESRI User Conference Proceedings, p 521. Link

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