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    1. 1972a. Menge, B.A. Foraging strategy of a starfish in relation to actual prey availability and environmental predictability.  Ecological Monographs 42:25-50.
    2. 1972b. Menge, B.A. 1972b. Competition for food between two intertidal starfish and its effect on body size and feeding.  Ecology 53:635-644.
    3. 1973. Menge, B.A. Effect of predation and environmental patchiness on the body size of a tropical pulmonate limpet.  Veliger 16:87-92.
    4. 1974a. Menge, B.A. Effects of wave action and competition on brooding and reproductive effort in a rocky intertidal starfish, Leptasterias hexactisEcology 55:84-93.
    5. 1974b. Menge, J.L. and B.A. Menge.  Role of resource allocation, aggression, and spatial heterogeneity in coexistence of two competing intertidal starfish.  Ecological Monographs 44:189-209.
    6. 1975. Menge, B.A.  Brood or broadcast?  The adaptive significance of different reproductive strategies in the two intertidal seastars Leptasterias hexactis and Pisaster ochraceusMarine Biology 31:87-100
    7. 1976a. Menge, B.A. and J.P. Sutherland.  Species diversity gradients:  synthesis of the roles of predation, competition, and temporal heterogeneity.  American Naturalist 110:351-369.
    8. 1976b. Menge, B.A.  Organization of the New England rocky intertidal community:  role of predation, competition, and environmental heterogeneity.  Ecological Monographs 46:355-393. 
    9. 1977. Menge, B.A.  Ecological implications of patterns of rocky intertidal community structure and behavior along an environmental gradient.  pp. 155-180.  In:  J.D. Costlow (ed.), "Ecology of Fouling Communities,” Navy Printing Office.
    10. 1978a. Menge, B.A.  Predation intensity in a rocky intertidal community:  relation between predator foraging activity and environmental harshness.  Oecologia 34:1-16.
    11. 1978b. Menge, B.A.  Predation intensity in a rocky intertidal community:  effect of an algal canopy, wave action and desiccation on predator feeding rates.  Oecologia 34:17-35.
    12. 1978c. Lubchenco, J. and B.A. Menge.  Community development and persistence in a low rocky intertidal zone.  Ecological Monographs 48:67-94.  (Mercer Award Winner, 1979).  [Reprinted in:  Readings in Marine Ecology, 2nd ed., J.W. Nybakken, ed. (1985).]
    13. 1979. Menge, B.A.  Coexistence between the seastars Asterias vulgaris and A. forbesi in a heterogeneous environment:  a non-equilibrium explanation.  Oecologia (Berlin) 41:245-272.
    14. 1981. Menge, B.A. and J. Lubchenco.  Community organization in temperate and tropical rocky intertidal habitats: prey refuges in relation to consumer pressure gradients.  Ecological Monographs 51:429-450.
    15. 1982a. Menge, B.A.  Reply to a comment by Edwards et al.  Ecology 63:1180-1184.
    16. 1982b. Menge, B.A.  Effect of feeding on the environment:  Asteroidea, pp. 521-551 In:  "Echinoderm Nutrition," M. Jangoux and J.M. Lawrence, (eds.)  A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
    17. 1983a. Menge, B.A.  Components of predation intensity in the low zone of the New England rocky intertidal community.  Oecologia (Berlin) 58:141-155.
    18. 1983b. Menge, B.A., L.R. Ashkenas and A. Matson.  Use of artificial holes in studying community development in cryptic marine habitats in a tropical rocky intertidal region.  Marine Biology 77:129-142.
    19. 1984. Lubchenco, J., B.A. Menge, S.D. Garrity, P.J. Lubchenco, L.R. Ashkenas, S.D. Gaines, R. Emlet, J. Lucas and S. Strauss.  Structure, persistence and role of consumers in a tropical rocky intertidal community (Taboguilla Island, Bay of Panama).  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 78:23-73.
    20. 1985a. Menge, B.A., J. Lubchenco, and L.R. Ashkenas.  Diversity, heterogeneity and consumer pressure in a tropical rocky intertidal community.  Oecologia  (Berlin) 65:395-405.
    21. 1985b. Menge, B.A. Starfishes:  Effect on benthic communities.  pp. 152-153 in: Yearbook of Science and Technology, 5th ed.  McGraw-Hill, NY (Article)
    22. 1986a. Menge, B.A., J. Lubchenco, S.D. Gaines and L.R. Ashkenas.  A test of the Menge-Sutherland model of community organization in a tropical rocky intertidal food web.  Oecologia (Berlin) 71:75-89.
    23. 1986b. Menge, B.A. J. Lubchenco, L.R. Ashkenas, and F.L. Ramsey.  Experimental separation of effects of consumers on sessile prey on a rocky shore on the Bay of Panama:  direct and indirect consequences of food web complexity.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 100:225-269.
    24. 1986c. Menge, B.A.  A preliminary study of the reproductive ecology of the seastar Asterias vulgaris and A. forbesi in New England.  Bulletin of Marine Science 39:467-476.
    25. 1987. Menge, B.A. and J.P. Sutherland.  Community regulation:  variation in disturbance, competition, and predation in relation to gradients of environmental stress and recruitment.  American Naturalist 130:730-757.
    26. 1988. Lodge, D.M., J.W. Barko, D. Strayer, J.N. Melack, G.G. Mittelbach, R.W. Howarth, B.A. Menge, and J.E. Titus.  Spatial heterogeneity and habitat interactions in lake communities.  In:  S.R. Carpenter (ed.) "Complex Interactions in Lake Communities," pp. 181-208, Springer-Verlag, New York.
    27. 1989a. Menge, B.A. and T.M. Farrell.  Community structure and interaction webs in shallow marine hard-bottom communities:  tests of an environmental stress model.  Advances in Ecological Research 18:  189-262.
    28. 1989b. Menge, B.A.  This Week's Citation Classic:  Predation, competition and community regulation.  In Current Contents:  Agric., Biol., and Env. Sci. 20:16 and Current Contents:  Social and Beh. Sci. 21:16. (Article).
    29. 1989c. Eckman, J.E., J.S. Levinton, B.A. Menge, C.H. Peterson, J.W. Porter, and J.P. Sutherland.  A Coastal Initiative (COAST).  Report of a Workshop on Nearshore Benthic Marine Ecology.  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 70:204-207.
    30. 1990. Menge, B.A. and A.M. Olson.  Role of scale and environmental factors in regulation of community structure.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 5:52-57.
    31. 1991a. Menge, B.A.  Relative importance of recruitment and other causes of variation in rocky intertidal community structure.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 146:69-100.
    32. 1991b. Hixon, M.A. and B.A. Menge.  Species diversity:  prey refuges modify the interactive effects of predation and competition.  Theoretical Population Biology 39:178-200.
    33. 1991c. Menge, B.A.  Generalizing from experiments: Is predation strong or weak in New England rocky intertidal?  Oecologia88:1-8.
    34. 1992. Menge, B.A.  Community regulation: under what conditions are bottom-up factors important on rocky shores?  Ecology 73:755-765.
    35. 1993a. Menge, B.A., T.M. Farrell, A.M. Olson, P. VanTamelen and T. Turner.  Algal recruitment and the maintenance of a plant mosaic in the low intertid`l region on the Oregon coast. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 170:91-116.
    36. 1993b. Lubchenco, J. and B.A. Menge. Split positions can provide a "sane track:" a personal account.  Bioscience 43:243-248.
    37. 1993c. Menge, B.A., R.T. Paine, and C. Moreno. Resolution of respect: John Patrick Sutherland 1942-1993. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74:275-277. (article)
    38. 1994. Menge, B.A., E.L. Berlow, C.A. Blanchette, S.A. Navarrete and S.B. Yamada.  The keystone species concept: variation in interaction strength in a rocky intertidal habitat.  Ecological Monographs 64:249-286.
    39. 1995a.  Menge, B. A.  Indirect effects in marine intertidal interaction webs: patterns and importance. Ecological Monographs 65: 21-74.
    40. 1995b. Menge, B. A.   Joint “bottom-up” and “top-down” regulation of rocky intertidal algal beds in South Africa. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10:431-432.
    41. 1995c. Lubchenco, J., G. W. Allison, S. A. Navarrete, B. A. Menge, J. C. Castilla, O. Defeo, C. Folke, O. Kussakin, T. A. Norton and A. M. Wood.  Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Ecosystem Analyses, Coastal Systems.   pp. 370-381 in:  Global Biodiversity Assessment, United Nations Environment Program, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, UK. 
    42. 1995d. Power, M.E., D. Tilman, S. R. Carpenter, N. Huntly, M. Leibold, P. Morin, B. A. Menge, J. A. Estes, P. R. Ehrlich, M. Hixon, D. M. Lodge, M. A. McPeek, J. E Fauth, D. Reznick, L. B. Crowder, S. J. Holbrook, B. L. Peckarsky, D. E. Gill, J. Antonovics, G. A. Polis, D. B. Wake, G. Orians, E. D. Ketterson, E. Marschall, and S. P. Lawler.  The role of experiments in ecology.  Science 270:561.
    43. 1996a. Menge, B. A., B. A. Daley and P. A. Wheeler. Control of interaction strength in marine benthic communities.  pp. 258-274 in: Food Webs: Integration of Pattern and Dynamics, G. A. Polis and K. O. Winemiller, eds., Chapman and Hall, New York.
    44. 1996b. Persson, L., J. Bengtsson, B. A. Menge and M.E. Power.  Productivity and consumer regulation - concepts, patterns, and mechanisms.  pp. 396-434 In: Food webs: integration of pattern and dynamics, G. A. Polis and K. O. Winemiller, editors. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
    45. 1996c. Polis, G. A., R. D. Holt, B. A. Menge, and K. O. Winemiller. Time, space, and life history: influences on food webs.   pp. 435-460 In:Food webs: integration of pattern and dynamics, G. A. Polis and K. O. Winemiller, editors. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
    46. 1996d. Abrams, P., B. A. Menge, G. G. Mittelbach, D. A. Spiller, and P. Yodzis. The role of indirect effects in food webs.  pp. 371-395 In: Food webs: integration of pattern and dynamics, G. A. Polis and K. O. Winemiller, editors. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.
    47. 1996e. Power, M. E., D. Tilman, J. Estes, B. A. Menge, W. J. Bond, L. S. Mills, G. Daily, J. C. Castilla, J. Lubchenco, and R. T. Paine.   Challenges in the quest for keystones.  Bioscience 46: 609-620.
    48. 1996f .Navarrete, S. A. &  B. A. Menge. Keystone predation and interaction strength: interactive effects of predators on their main prey. Ecological Monographs 66: 409-429.
    49. 1996g. Caley, M. J., M. H. Carr, M. A. Hixon, T. P. Hughes, G. P. Jones, and B. A.Menge.  Recruitment and the local dynamics of open marine populations. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 27:477-500.
    50. 1996h. Allison, G. W., B. A. Menge, J. Lubchenco, and S. A. Navarrete.  Predictability and uncertainty in community regulation: consequences of reduced consumer diversity in coastal rocky ecosystems.  In H. A. Mooney, J. H. Cushman, E Medina, O. E. Sala and E.-D. Schulze (eds.), Functional Roles of Biodiversity: A Global Perspective, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, UK.
    51. 1996i. Dahlhoff, E. P. and B. A. Menge. Influence of phytoplankton concentration and wave exposure on the ecophysiology of the California mussel Mytilus californianus.Marine Ecology Progress Series144:97-107.
    52. 1997a. Menge, B. A., B. Daley, P. A. Wheeler and P. T. Strub. Rocky intertidal oceanography: an association between community structure and nearshore phytoplankton concentration. Limnology and Oceanography 42:57-66.
    53. 1997b. Menge, B. A.  Detection of indirect effects: were experiments in rocky intertidal interaction webs long enough?  American Naturalist 149:801-823.
    54. 1997c. Navarrete, S. A. and B. A. Menge.   The body size-population density relationship in tropical rocky intertidal communities.Journal of Animal Ecology 66:557-566.
    55. 1997d. Menge, B. A., B. A. Daley, P. A. Wheeler, E. Dahlhoff, E. Sanford and P. T. Strub.  Benthic-pelagic links and rocky intertidal communities: bottom-up effects on top-down control?  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 94:14530-14535.
    56. 1999a. Berlow, E. L., S. A. Navarrete, C. J. Briggs, M. E. Power, and B. A. Menge.  Quantifying variation in the strengths of species interactions.  Ecology 80:2206-2224.
    57. 1999b. Menge, B. A., B. A. Daley, J. Lubchenco, E. Sanford, E. Dahlhoff, P. M. Halpin, G. Hudson, and J. Burnaford.  Top-down and bottom-up regulation of New Zealand rocky intertidal communities.  Ecological Monographs 69: 297-330.
    58. 2000a. Menge, B. A.  Recruitment vs. post-recruitment processes as determinants of barnacle population abundance on Oregon rocky shores.  Ecological Monographs 70:265-288.
    59. 2000b. Menge, B. A.  Testing the relative importance of positive and negative direct effects on community structure.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15:46-47.
    60. 2000c. Navarrete, S. A., B. A. Menge, and B. A Daley. Species interactions in a rocky intertidal food web: prey or predation regulation of intermediate predators?  Ecology 81:2264-2277.
    61. 2000d.   Menge, B. A.  Top-down and bottom-up regulation of marine rocky intertidal communities.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 250:257-289.
    62. 2000e.   Davis-Born, R., J. Lubchenco, B. Menge, G. Allison, B. Grantham, P. Halpin, and C. Schoch.  PISCO: A long-term ecological consortium studying the influence of nearshore oceanography on coastal marine communities. Proceedings of the 2000 Conference of The Coastal Society.
    63. 2001a. Menge, B. A. and G. M. Branch.  Rocky intertidal communities.  Pp. 221-251 in Marine Community Ecology, edited by M. D. Bertness, S. D. Gaines, and M. Hay.  Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.
    64. 2001b.  Sanford, E. and B. A. Menge.  Spatial and temporal variation in barnacle growth in a coastal upwelling system.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 209: 143-157.
    65. 2001c.  Menge, B. A. and T. L. Freidenburg.  Keystone species.  Pp. 613-631 in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, S. A. Levin, editor-in-chief.  Academic Press, New York, NY.
    66. 2001d.  Menge, B. A. and J. Lubchenco.  On the genesis of “Community development and persistence in a low rocky intertidal zone” (Ecological Monographs 48: 67-94, the 1979 Mercer Award Winner) by Jane Lubchenco and Bruce A. Menge.  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America82:124-125.
    67. 2001e.  Connolly, S. R., B. A. Menge, and J. Roughgarden.  A latitudinal gradient in recruitment of intertidal invertebrates in the northeast Pacific Ocean.  Ecology 82: 1799-1813.
    68. 2001f.  Dahlhoff, E. P., B. B. Buckley, and B. A. Menge.  Physiology of the rocky intertidal predator Nucella ostrina along an environmental stress gradient.  Ecology 82: 2816-2829.
    69. 2002a.  Menge, B. A., E. Sanford, B. A. Daley, T. L. Freidenburg, G. Hudson, and J. Lubchenco. An interhemispheric comparison of bottom-up effects on community structure: insights revealed using the comparative-experimental approach.  Ecological Research 17: 1-16.
    70. 2002b.  Menge, B. A., A. M. Olson, and E. Dahlhoff.  Environmental stress, bottom-up effects, and community dynamics: integrating molecular-physiological with ecological approaches.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 42:892-908.
    71. 2002c.  Halpin, P. M., C. Sorte, G. E. Hofmann, and B. A. Menge.  Patterns of variation in levels of Hsp 70 in natural rocky shore populations from microscales to mesoscales.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 42:815-824.
    72. 2002d.  Dahlhoff, E. P., J. Stillman, and B. A. MengePhysiological community ecology: variation in metabolic activity of ecologically important rocky intertidal invertebrates along environmental gradients.  Integrative and Comparative Biology 42:862-871.
    73. 2003a.  Menge, B. A.   The overriding importance of environmental context in determining the consequences of species deletion experiments.  Pp. 16-43 in S. A. Levin, P. Kareiva, editors.  The Importance of Species: Perspectives on Expendability and Triage.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
    74. 2003b.  Guichard, F., G.W. Allison, P. Halpin, J. Lubchenco, B. Menge.  Mussel disturbance dynamics: Signatures of oceanographic forcing from local interactions. American Naturalist 161: 889-904.
    75. 2003c.  Menge, B. A., M. Bracken, M. Foley, T. Freidenburg, G. Hudson, C. Krenz, H. Leslie, J. Lubchenco, R. Russell, and S. D. Gaines.  Coastal oceanography sets the pace of rocky intertidal community dynamics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100: 12229-12234. 
    76. 2004a.  Menge, B. A. Bottom-up:top-down determination of rocky intertidal shorescape dynamics.  Pages 62-81 In G. A. Polis, M. E. Power, and G. Huxel, eds. Food webs at the landscape level.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
    77. 2004b.  Grantham, B. A., F. T. Chan, K. J. Nielsen, D. Fox, J. Barth, A. Huyer, J. Lubchenco, and B. A. Menge. Upwelling-driven nearshore hypoxia signals ecosystem and oceanographic changes in the northeast Pacific.  Nature 429:749-754.
    78. 2004c.  Menge, B. A., C. Blanchette, P. Raimondi, S. Gaines, J. Lubchenco, D. Lohse, G. Hudson, M. Foley, and J. Pamplin.  Species interaction strength: testing model predictions along an upwelling gradient.  Ecological Monographs 74:663-684.
    79. 2004d.  Halpin, P. M., B. A. Menge and G. E. Hofmann.  Experimental demonstration of plasticity in the heat-shock response of the intertidal mussel Mytilus californianus (Conrad).  Marine Ecology Progress Series 276:137-145.
    80. 2005a.  Menge, B. A., G. W. Allison, C. A. Blanchette, T. M. Farrell, A. M. Olson, T. Turner, and P. van Tamelen. Stasis or kinesis?  Hidden dynamics of a rocky intertidal macrophyte mosaic revealed by a spatially-explicit approach.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 314:3-39.  (Invited, as first Monograph in Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology)
    81. 2005b. Leslie, H. M., E. Breck, F. Chan, J. Lubchenco and B. A. Menge.  Hotspots of barnacle reproduction associated with nearshore ocean conditions.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 102: 10534-10539.
    82. 2005c.  Kirincich, A. R., J. A. Barth, B. A. Grantham, J. Lubchenco and B. A. Menge. Wind-driven inner-shelf circulation off central Oregon during summer.  Journal of Geophysical Research 110: C10S03, doi: 10.1029/2004JC002611, 2005.
    83. 2006a. Nielsen, K.J., C. A. Blanchette, B. A. Menge, and J. Lubchenco.  Physiological snapshots reflect ecological performance of the sea palm, Postelsia palmaeformis (Phaeophyceae) across intertidal elevation and exposure gradients.  J. Phycology 42:548-559.
    84. 2006b. Russell, R., S. A. Wood, G. W. Allison, and B. A. Menge.  Scale, environment, and trophic status: The context-dependence of community saturation in rocky intertidal communities. American Naturalist 164:E158-E170.
    85. 2006c.  Schoch, G. C., B. A. Menge, G. W. Allison, M. Kavanaugh, and S. Wood.  Fifteen degrees of separation: latitudinal gradients of rocky intertidal biota along the California Current.  Limnology and Oceanography 51: 2564-2585.
    86. 2006d.  Helmuth, B., B. Broitman, C. A. Blanchette, S. Gilman, P. Halpin, C. D. G. Harley, M. O’Donnell, G. E. Hofmann, B. A. Mengeand D. Strickland.  Mosaic patterns of thermal stress in the Northeastern Pacific rocky intertidal zone: implications for climate change. Ecol. Monogr.76:461-479.
    87. 2007a. Webster, M., J. Osborne-Gowey, T. Young, T. Freidenburg, and B. A. Menge.  Persistent regional variation in populations of a tidepool fish.  J. Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 346: 8-20.
    88. 2007b.  Barth, J. A., B. A. Menge, J. Lubchenco, F. Chan, J. M. Bane, A. R. Kirincich, M. A. McManus, K. J. Nielsen, S. D. Pierce, and L. Washburn.   Delayed upwelling alters nearshore coastal ocean ecosystems in the northern California Current.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 104: 3719-3724.
    89. 2007c.   Menge, B. A., B. A. Daley, E. D. Sanford, E. Dahlhoff, and J. Lubchenco.  Mussel zonation in New Zealand: towards an integrative eco-physiological approach.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 345:129-140.
    90. 2007d. Freidenburg, T. L., B. A. Menge, P. Halpin, M. A. Webster, and A. Sutton-Grier.  Cross-scale variation in top-down and bottom-up control of algal abundance.  J. Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 347: 8-29.
    91. 2007e.  Petes, L., B. A. Menge, and G. Murphy.  Intertidal stress decreases survival, growth, and reproduction in New Zealand mussels.  J. Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 351: 83-91.
    92. 2007f. Sanford, E. D. and B. A. Menge. Reproductive output and consistency of source populations in the sea star Pisaster ochraceus.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 349:1-12.
    93. 2008a. Menge, B. A., F. Chan, and J. Lubchenco.  Response of a community dominant to climate patterns in rocky intertidal ecosystems.  Ecology Letters 11:151-162.
    94. 2008b. Chan, F., J. A. Barth, J. Lubchenco, A. Kirincich, H. Weeks, W. T. Peterson and B. A. Menge.  Novel emergence of anoxia in the California Current System.  Science 319: 920.
    95. 2008c. Wieters, E., S. D. Gaines, S. A. Navarrete, C. A. Blanchette, and B. A. Menge.  Scales of dispersal and the biogeography of marine predator-prey interactions.  American Naturalist 171:405-417.
    96. 2008d. Menge, B. A. Marine food webs: conceptual development of a central research paradigm.  Pp. 3-28 in T. R. McClanahan and G. M. Branch, eds. Food webs and the dynamics of marine benthic ecosystems: a global overview.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, UK.
    97. 2008e. Navarrete, S. A., B. R. Broitman, and B. A. Menge.  Inter-hemispheric comparison of recruitment to rocky intertidal communities:  pattern persistence and scales of variation.  Ecology 89:1308-1322.
    98. 2008f. Petes, L., M. Mouchka, R. Milston-Clements, T. Momoda, and B. A. Menge.  Effects of environmental stress on intertidal mussels and their sea star predators. Oecologia 156:671-680.
    99. 2008g. Rilov, G., S. Dudas, B. A. Menge, B. Grantham, J. Lubchenco and D. Schiel.  The surf zone: a semi-permeable barrier to shoreward transport of invertebrate larvae.  J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 361:59-74.
    100. 2008h. Petes, L.E., B. A. Menge, F. Chan, and M. Webb.  Gonadal tissue color is not a reliable indicator of sex in rocky intertidal mussels. Aquatic Biology 3:63-70.
    101. 2008i. Petes, L. E., B. A. Menge, and A. L. Harris.  Intertidal mussels exhibit energetic trade-offs between reproduction and stress resistance.  Ecological Monographs 78:387-402.
    102. 2008j.  Broitman, B., C. Blanchette, B. A. Menge, J. Lubchenco, P. A. Raimondi, C. Krenz, M. Foley, D. Lohse and S. D. Gaines.  Spatial and temporal patterns of recruitment of intertidal invertebrates along the U.S. West coast.  Ecological Monographs 78:403-421.
    103. 2009a. Kavanaugh, M. T., B. A. Menge, K. J. Nielsen, F. T. Chan, and R. M. Letelier.  Experimental assessment of the effects of shade on an intertidal kelp: Do phytoplankton blooms inhibit growth of open-coast macroalgae?  Limnology and Oceanography 54:276-288.
    104. 2009b. Dudas, S. E., Grantham, B. A., Kirincich, A.R., Menge, B.A, Lubchenco, J. and J.A. Barth.  Current reversals as determinants of intertidal recruitment on the central Oregon coast. ICES Journal of Marine Science 66:396-407.
    105. 2009c. Guerry, A. D., B. A. Menge and R. Dunmore.  Effect of consumers and enrichment on abundance and diversity of benthic algae in a rocky intertidal community.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 369:155-164.
    106. 2009d. Menge, B. A., F. Chan, S. Dudas, D.  Eerkes-Medrano, K. Grorud-Colvert, K. Heiman, M. Hessing-Lewis, A. Iles, R. Milston-Clements, M. Noble, K. Page-Albins, E. Richmond, G. Rilov, J. Rose, J. Tyburczy, L. Vinueza and P. Zarnetske.  Do terrestrial ecologists ignore aquatic literature?  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:182-183.
    107. 2009e. Menge, B. A., F. Chan, K. J. Nielsen, E. Di Lorenzo and J. Lubchenco.  Climatic variation alters supply-side ecology: impact of climate patterns on mussel recruitment.  Ecological Monographs 79: 379-395.
    108. 2009f. Menge, B. A., F. Chan, S. Dudas, D.  Eerkes-Medrano, K. Grorud-Colvert, K. Heiman, M. Hessing-Lewis, A. Iles, R. Milston-Clements, M. Noble, K. Page-Albins, E. Richmond, G. Rilov, J. Rose, J. Tyburczy, L. Vinueza and P. Zarnetske.  Terrestrial ecologists ignore aquatic literature: asymmetry in citation breadth in ecological publications and implications for generality and progress in ecology.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 377:93-100.
    109. 2009g. Dudas, S.E., Rilov, G. Tyburczy, J.A., Menge, B.A. and J. Lubchenco.  Linking larval abundance, onshore supply and settlement: an assessment of instantaneous and integrated methods. Marine Ecology Progress Series 387:81-95.
    110. 2009h. Tapia, F., S.A. Navarrete, M. Castillo, B.A. Menge, J.C. Castilla, J. Largier, E.A. Wieters, B.R. Broitman, J. Barth.  Small-scale indices of upwelling-driven thermal variation in inner-shelf environments.  Progress in Oceanography 83:278-287.
    111. 2010a. Gouhier, T., F. Guichard, and B. A. Menge. Ecological processes can synchronize marine population dynamics over continental scales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA 107:8281-8286.
    112. 2010b. Menge, B. A., M. M. Foley, J. Pamplin, G. Murphy, and C. Pennington. Supply-side ecology, barnacle recruitment, and rocky intertidal community dynamics: do settlement surface and limpet disturbance matter?  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 392:160-175.
    113. 2010c. Menge, B. A.  Seafloor species: Invertebrates and Seaweeds.  Part of Chapter 7 in: Mote, P., ed. Oregon Climate Assessment:  Effects of Climate Change on Oregon’s Fish, Wildlife, and Ocean. (in press).
    114. 2011a. McPhee-Shaw, E., K. J. Nielsen, J. Largier, and B. A. Menge.  Nearshore chlorophyll-a events and wave-driven transport.  Geophysical Research Letters 38: L02604, doi:10.1029/2010GL045810, 2011.
    115. 2011b. Menge, B. A., T. Gouhier, T. Freidenburg, and J. Lubchenco. Linking long-term, large-scale climatic and environmental variability to patterns of marine invertebrate recruitment: Toward explaining “unexplained” variation.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400:236-249.
    116. 2011c. Menge, B. A., S. Hacker, T. Freidenburg, J. Lubchenco, R. Craig, G. Rilov, M. Noble, and E. Richmond.  Potential impact of climate-related changes is buffered by differential responses to recruitment and interactions.   Ecological Monographs 81:493-509.
    117. 2011d.  Hessing-Lewis, M. L., S. D. Hacker, B. A. Menge, and S. Rumrill.  Context-dependent eelgrass-macroalgae interactions along an estuarine gradient in the Pacific Northwest, USA.  Estuaries and Coasts DOI 10.1007/s12237-011-9412-8.
    118. 2011e.  Barshis, D. J., E. E. Sotka, R. P. Kelly, A. Sivasundar, B. A. Menge, J. A. Barth, and S. R. Palumbi.  Coastal upwelling is linked to temporal genetic variability in the acorn barnacle Balanus glandulaMarine Ecology Progress Series 439:139-150.
    119. 2011f.  Krenz, C. J., B. A. Menge, T. L. Freidenburg, J. Lubchenco, F. Chan, M. M. Foley, and K. J. Nielsen.  Ecological subsidies to rocky intertidal communities: linear or non-linear transitions along an upwelling gradient?  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409:361-370.
    120. 2011g. Gouhier, T. C., B. A. Menge, and S. D. Hacker. Recruitment facilitation can promote coexistence and buffer population growth in metacommunities.  Ecology Letters 14:1201-1210.  doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01690.x.
    121. 2011h. Menge, B. A.  Northern California Current.  Pp.  325-328 in Encyclopedia for Climate and Weather, Second Edition. S. Schneider, editor in chief.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.
    122. 2012a. Place, S. P., B. A. Menge, and G. E. Hofmann.  Transcriptome profiling of environmental and physiological linkages in complex ecosystems.   Functional Ecology 26:144-155.  doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01924.x.
    123. 2012b. Iles, A. C., T. C. Gouhier, B. A. Menge, J. S. Stewart, A. Haupt, and M. Lynch.  Climate-driven trends and ecological implications of event-scale upwelling in the California Current System.  Global Change Biology 18:783-797. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02567.x.
    124. 2012c. Kefi, S., E. L. Berlow, E. A. Wieters, S. A. Navarrete, O. L. Petchey, S. A Wood, A. Boit, L. N. Joppa, K. D. Lafferty, R. J. Williams, N. D. Martinez, B. A. Menge, C. A Blanchette, A. Iles, and U. Brose.  More than a meal … integrating non-feeding interactions into food webs.  Ecology Letters 15:291-300.  doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01732.x.
    125. 2012d. Woodson, C. B., M. A. McManus, J. Tyburczy, J. A. Barth, L. Washburn, J. E. Caselle, M. H. Carr, D. P. Malone, P. T. Raimondi, B. A. Menge, and S. R. Palumbi.  Coastal fronts set recruitment and connectivity patterns across multiple taxa.  Limnology and Oceanography 57:582-596.  doi: 10.4319/lo.2012.57.2.0000.
    126. 2012e. Bracken, M. E. S., B. A. Menge, M. M. Foley, C. J. B. Sorte, J. Lubchenco and D. R. Schiel. Phytoplankton availability drives energy inputs into open-coast intertidal ecosystems.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 459:53-62.
    127. 2013a. Menge, B. A. and E. Sanford.  Ecological role of sea stars from populations to meta-ecosystems. Pages 67-80 in J. M. Lawrence, ed. Asteroidea: Biology and Ecology of Starfish. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.
    128. 2013b. Menge, B. A., T. L. Freidenburg and A. Iles. Keystone species. In: Levin, S. A. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd Edition, Volume 4, pp. 442-457. Waltham, MA: Academic Press.
    129. 2013c. Eerkes-Medrano, D., B. A. Menge, C. Langdon, and C. Sislak. Differential effects of hypoxic conditions on survival of planktonic larvae of rocky intertidal invertebrates. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478:139-151.
    130. 2013d. Menge, B. A. and D. N. L. Menge. Dynamics of coastal meta-ecosystems: the intermittent upwelling hypothesis and a test in rocky intertidal regions. Ecological Monographs 83:283-310.
    131. 2013e. Gouhier, T. C., F. Guichard, and B. A. Menge. Designing effective reserve networks for non-equilibrium metacommunities. Ecological Applications 23: 1488-1503.
    132. 2013f. Evans, T. G., F. Chan, B. A. Menge, and G. E. Hofmann. Resistance to CO2-driven seawater acidification in larval purple sea urchins. Molecular Ecology 22:1609-1625.
    133. 2013g. Pespeni, M. H., F. Chan, B. A. Menge, and S. R. Palumbi. 2013. Signs of adaptation to local pH conditions across an environmental mosaic in the California Current ecosystem. Int. Comp. Biol. doi:10.1093/icb/ict094.
    134. 2014a. Hofmann, G. E., T. G. Evans, M.W. Kelly, J.L. Padilla-Gamino, C.A. Blanchette, L. Washburn, F. Chan, M.A. McManus, B.A. Menge, B. Gaylord, T.M. Hill, E. Sanford, M. LaVigne, J.M. Rose, L. Kapsenberg, and J.M. Dutton. Exploring local adaptation and the ocean acidification seascape – studies in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Biogeosciences 11:1053-1064.
    135. 2014b. Vinueza, L. R., B. A. Menge,strong> D. Ruiz, and D. Palacios. Oceanographic and climate-driven variation in top-down/bottom-up coupling in rocky intertidal meta-ecosystems in the Galapagos Archipelago. Ecological Monographs 84:411-434.
    136. 2014c. Fenberg, P. B., B. A. Menge, P. T. Raimondi, and M. M. Rivadineira. Biogeographic structure of the northeastern Pacific rocky intertidal: the role of upwelling and dispersal to drive patterns. Ecography 37:1-13.
    137. 2014d. Menge, B. A. A journey towards rocky intertidal meta-ecosystem ecology. Pp. 107-111. Invited essay in, C. Hurd, P. J. Harrison, K. Bischof, and C. S. Lobban, Seaweed Ecology and Physiology, 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
    138. 2014e. Tallis, H., and 239 co-authors (BAM is 201). Towards a diverse conservation ethic. Nature 515:27-28.
    139. 2015a. Wang, D., T. C. Gouhier, B. A. Menge, and A. R. Ganguly. Intensification and spatial homogenization of coastal upwelling under climate change. Nature 518:390-394. Doi:10.1038/nature14235.
    140. 2015b. Bakker, J.P., Nielsen, K.J., Alberti, J, Chan, F, Hacker, SD, Iribarne, OO, Kuijper, DPJ, Menge, B. A., Schrama, M, Silliman, BR. Bottom-Up and Top-Down Interactions in Coastal Interface Systems. Pp. 157-200 in Hanley, T and La Pierre, K, Eds., Trophic Ecology: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Interactions across Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems. Oxford University Press. *both authors contributed equally.
    141. 2015d. Menge, B. A., T. C. Gouhier, S. D. Hacker, F. Chan, and K. J. Nielsen. Are meta-ecosystems organized hierarchically? A model and test in rocky intertidal habitats. Ecological Monographs 85:213-233.
    142. 2015e. Evans, T. G., J. P. Padilla-Gamiño, M. Kelly, M. H. Pespeni, F. Chan, B. A. Menge, B.Gaylord, T. M. Hill, A. D. Russell, S. R. Palumbi, E. Sanford, and G. E. Hofmann. Ocean acidification research in the ‘post-genomic’ era: roadmaps from the purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 185:33-42.
    143. 2015f. Andersson, A., D. Kline, S. Archer, N. Bednarsek, R. Carpenter, M. Chadsey, P. Edmunds, P. Goldstein, A. Grottoli, V. Hill, T. Hurst, A. King, J. Kubler, I. Kuffner, K. Mackey, A. Paytan, B. A. Menge, A. Schnetzer, M. Warner, and R. Zimmerman. Understanding ocean acidification impacts from organismal to ecological scales. OCEANOGRAPHY 28:16-27.
    144. 2015g. Hessing-Lewis, M. L., S. D. Hacker, B. A. Menge, S. McConville, and J. Henderson. Are large macroalgal blooms necessarily bad? Nutrient impacts on seagrass in upwelling-influenced estuaries. Ecological Applications 25:1330-134.
    145. 2016a. Barner, A. K., S. D. Hacker, B. A. Menge, F. Chan, and K. J. Nielsen. The complex net effect of reciprocal interactions recruitment facilitation maintains an intertidal kelp community.  Journal of Ecology 104:33-43. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.12495.
    146. 2016b. Menge, B. A., E. Cerny-Chipman, A. Johnson, J. Sullivan, S. Gravem, and F. Chan. Sea star wasting disease: impact on the keystone predator Pisaster ochraceus and its associate with temperature. PLoS ONE.  DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0153994.
    147. 2016c. Menge, B.A., E. B. Cerny-Chipman, A. Johnson, J. Sullivan, and S. Gravem. Correction: Sea star wasting disease in the keystone predator Pisaster ochraceus in Oregon: insights into differential population impacts, recovery, predation rate, and temperature effects from long-term research. Doi:info.doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0157302.
    148. 2016d. Kroeker, K. J., E. Sanford, J. M. Rose, C. A. Blanchette, F. Chan, F. P. Chavez, G. F. Dilly, B. Gaylord, B. Helmuth, T. M. Hill, G. E. Hofmann, K. M. Laughlin, M. A. McManus, B. A. Menge, K. J. Nielsen, P. T. Raimondi, A. D. Russell, and L. Washburn. Interacting environmental mosaics drive geographic variation in mussel performance and species interactions. Ecology Letters doi:10.1111/ele.12613.
    149. 2016e. Sorte, C. J. B., V. E. Davidson, M. C. Franklin, K. M. Benes, M. M. Doellman, R. J. Etter, R. E. Hannigan, J. Lubchenco, and B. A. Menge. Long-term declines in an intertidal foundation species parallel shifts in community composition. Global Change Biology (in press).
    150. 2016f. Helmuth1, B., F. Choi1, A. Matzelle1, C. Blanchette2, K. A. S. Mislan, L. Yamane, P. Lauren Szathmary, S. Gilman, M. Denny, B. Menge, E. Carrington, J. Sones, J. Sapp, L. Miller, M. O’Donnell, C. Harley, K. Mach, M. Foley, E. Richmond, M. Noble, A. Johnson, and M. Poole. Long-term, high frequency in situ measurements of intertidal mussel bed temperatures using biomimetic sensors. Nature Scientific Data (in press).
    151. 2016g. Dayton, P. K., M. N. Dethier, D. O. Duggins, P. Kareiva, M. Koehl, B. A. Menge, C. Pfister, J. Ruesink, K. P. Sebens, B. Silliman, and J. T. Wootton. Robert Treat Paine III, 1933-2016. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America (in press).
    152. 2016h. Estes, J. A., P. K. Dayton, P. Kareiva, S. A. Levin, J. Lubchenco, B. A. Menge, S. R. Palumbi, M. E. Power, and J. Terborgh. A keystone ecologist: Robert Treat Paine 1933-2016. Ecology (in press).