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Schroeder, PJ and DG Jenkins. 2018. How robust are popular beta diversity indices to sampling error? EcoSphere 9:e02100. | pdf
Ho, J, EH Boughton, DG Jenkins, G Sonnier, PJ Bohlen, LG Chambers. 2018. Ranching practices interactively affect soil nutrients in subtropical wetlands. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 254:130-137. pdf
Jenkins, DG and S Pierce. 2017. General allometric scaling of net primary production agrees with plant adaptive strategy theory and has tipping points. J. Ecology 105:1094-1104. | pdf
Carman, K and DG Jenkins. 2016. Comparing diversity to flower-bee interaction networks reveals unsuccessful foraging of native bees in disturbed habitats. Biological Conservation 202:110-118. | pdf
Boughton EH, PF Quintana-Ascencio, P Bohlen, JE Fauth, and DG Jenkins. 2015. Interactive effects of pasture management intensity, release from grazing, and prescribed fire on forty subtropical wetland plant assemblages. J. Applied Ecology 53:159-170 | pdf
Medley, KA, EH Boughton, DG Jenkins, PF Quintana-Ascencio, P Bohlen, and JE Fauth. 2015. Intense ranchland management tips the balance of regional and local factors affecting wetland community structure. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 212:207-244 | pdf
Kelly, SL, H Song and DG Jenkins. 2015. Land management practices interactively affect wetland beetle ecological and phylogenetic community structure. Ecol. Applications 25:891-900 | pdf
McCauley, LA, DG Jenkins and PF Quintana-Ascencio. 2013. Isolated wetland loss and degradation over two decades in an increasingly urbanized landscape. Wetlands 33:117-127 | pdf | suppl. 1 | suppl. 2 | suppl. 3
McCauley, LA, DG Jenkins and PF Quintana-Ascencio. 2013. Reproductive failure of a long-lived wetland tree in urban lands and managed forests. J. Applied Ecology 50:25-33 | pdf
Jenkins, DG and RE Ricklefs. 2011. Biogeography and ecology: two views of one world. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B 366:2331-2335 | pdf
Ricklefs, RE and DG Jenkins. 2011. Biogeography and ecology: toward the integration of two disciplines. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B. 366:2438-2448 | pdf
Jenkins, DG and RE Ricklefs. 2011. Biogeography and ecology: two lenses in one telescope. Frontiers of Biogeography 3:3-5 | pdf
Jenkins, DG. 2011. Ranked species occupancy curves reveal common patterns among diverse metacommunities. Global Ecology & Biogeography 20:486-497 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, KA Medley and RB Franklin. 2011. Microbes as tests of biogeographical principles. Chapter 15 in D Fontaneto (ed.), Biogeography of microscopic organisms. Is everything small everywhere? Cambridge University Press | pdf
Jenkins, DG, M Carey, J Czerniewska, J Fletcher, T Hether, A Jones, S Knight, J Knox, T Long, M Mannino, M McGuire, A Riffle, S Segelsky, L Shappell, A Sterner, T Strickler, and R Tursi. 2010. A meta-analysis of isolation by distance: relic or reference standard for landscape genetics? 2010. Ecography 33:315-320 | pdf
Boughton, EH, PF Quintana-Ascencio, PJ Bohlen, DG Jenkins, and R Pickert. 2010. Land-use and isolation interact to affect wetland plant assemblages. Ecography 33:461-470 | pdf
Berry, BJ, DG Jenkins, and AC Schuerger. 2010. Effects of simulated Martian conditions on the survival and growth of Escherichia coli and Serratia liquefaciens. Applied & Environmental Microbiology 76:2377–2386 | pdf
Medley, KA. 2010. Niche shifts during the global invasion of the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus Skuse (Culicidae), revealed by reciprocal distribution models. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19:122-133 | pdf
Jenkins, DG and D Rinne. 2008. Red herring or low illumination? The peninsula effect revisited. J. Biogeography. 35:2128-2137 | pdf
Alemadi, SD and DG Jenkins. 2008. Behavioral constraints for the spread of the eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki (Poeciliidae). Biological Invasions 10:59-66 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, CR Brescacin, CV Duxbury, JA Elliott, JA Evans, KR Grablow, M Hillegass, BN Lyon, GA Metzger, ML Olandese, D Pepe, GA Silvers, HN Suresch, TN Thompson, CM Trexler, GE Williams, NC Williams and SE Williams. 2007. Does size matter for dispersal distance? Global Ecology and Biogeography 16:415-425 | pdf
Jenkins, DG. 2007. A critical analysis of Illinois’ fish mercury monitoring program, 1974-1998. Environ. Monit. Assess. 131:177-184 | pdf
Lemke, MJ, DG Jenkins, J Bartletti, and T Goode. 2007. Comparison of nitrogen and bacterial dynamics in Spunky Bottoms and LaGrange floodplain wetlands. In: Heske, EJ, et al. (eds). Spunky Bottoms: restoration of a big-river floodplain. Proceedings of the Spunky Bottoms Restoration Symposium, May 2003. INHS Special Publication 29, Champaign, IL. pgs. 12-14.
Jenkins, DG and LA McCauley. 2006. GIS, SINKS, FILL, and disappearing small wetlands: a case study of unintended consequences in algorithmic development. Proceedings of the 2006 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing | pdf
Jenkins, DG. 2006. In search of quorum effects in metacommunity structure: species co-occurrence analyses. Ecology 87:1523–1531 | pdf
McCauley, LA and DG Jenkins. 2005. GIS-based estimates of former and current depressional wetlands in an agricultural landscape. Ecological Applications 15:1199-1208 | pdf
Bohonak, A. and DG Jenkins. 2003. Ecological and evolutionary significance of dispersal by freshwater aquatic invertebrates. Ecology Letters 6:783-796 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, S Grissom, K Miller. 2003. Consequences of prairie wetland drainage for crustacean biodiversity and metapopulations. Conservation Biology 17:158-167 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, K Cook, JL Garland. 2000. Pythium infection of plant-based life support systems: biological control and a potential source of infection. Life Support and Biosphere Science 7:209-218. pdf
Schwartz, SS and DG Jenkins. 2000. Temporary aquatic habitats: constraints and opportunities. Aquatic Ecology 34:3-8 | pdf
Stevens, PH and DG Jenkins. 2000. Analyzing species distributions among temporary ponds with a permutation test approach to the join-count statistic. Aquatic Ecology 34:91-99 | pdf
Nix, MH and DG Jenkins. 2000. Life history comparisons of Daphnia obtusa from temporary ponds and fed low-quality food. Aquatic Ecology 34:19-27 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, C Atkinson, JL Garland. 1998. A cautionary note on measuring protistan bacterivory: lysozyme analyses are neither protistan- or bacterivore-specific. Invertebrate Biology 117:181-185.
Jenkins, DG and M Underwood. 1998. Zooplankton may not disperse readily in wind, rain, or waterfowl. Hydrobiologia 387/388:15-21 | pdf
Holland, TA and DG Jenkins. 1998. Comparison of the processes regulating zooplankton assemblages in new freshwater pools. Hydrobiologia 387/388:207-214 | pdf
Jenkins, DG and AL Buikema, Jr. 1998. Do similar communities develop in similar sites? A test with zooplankton structure and function. Ecological Monographs 68: 421-443 | pdf
Jenkins, DG. 1995. Dispersal-limited zooplankton distribution and community composition in new ponds. Hydrobiologia 313:15-20 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, WL Grogan, Jr. and ME Folkoff. 1995. An additional record of the freshwater jellyfish, Craspedacusta sowerbyi, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, with notes on its habitat. Maryland Naturalist 38:3-6.
Christman, VD, JR Voshell, DG Jenkins, MS Rosenzweig, RJ Layton, and AL Buikema, Jr. 1994. Ecological development and biometry of untreated pond mesocosms. In: RL Graney, JH Kennedy, and JH Rodgers, eds. Aquatic Mesocosm Studies in Ecological Risk Assessment. Lewis Publ., Boca Raton, FL.
Jenkins, DG and AL Buikema, Jr. 1990. Response of a winter plankton food web to simazine. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9:693-705 | pdf
Jenkins, DG, RJ Layton and AL Buikema, Jr. 1989. State of the art in aquatic ecological risk assessment. In: JR Voshell, ed. Using Mesocosms to Assess the Aquatic Ecological Risk of Pesticides: Theory and Practice Ent. Soc. Amer. Misc. Publ. MPPEAL 75:18-32.
McCormick, PV, JR Pratt, DG Jenkins and J Cairns, Jr. 1988. A comparison of protozoan, algal and metazoan colonization of artificial substrates of differing size. Trans. Am. Microsc. Soc. 107: 259-268 | pdf