Pisapia, C, PJ Edmunds, HV Moeller, B Riegl, M McWilliam, CD Wells, and MS Pratchett. Projected shifts in coral size structure in the Anthropocene. Advances in Marine Biology (in press). [online access]
Rice, MM, BL Maher, AMS Correa, HV Moeller, NP Lemoine, AA Shantz, DE Burkepile, and NJ Silbiger. Macroborer presence on corals increases with nutrient input and promotes parrotfish bioerosion. Coral Reefs 39: 409-418. [online access]
Visalli, ME, BD Best, RB Cabral, … HV Moeller, … DJ McCauley. Data-driven approach for highlighting priority areas for protection in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction. Marine Policy (in press). [online access]
Moeller, HV, MG Neubert, and MD Johnson. Intraguild predation enables coexistence of competing phytoplankton in a well-mixed water column. Ecology 100 (12): e02874. [online access]
Moeller, HV, C Laufkötter, EM Sweeney, and MD Johnson. Light-dependent grazing can drive formation and deepening of Deep Chlorophyll Maxima. Nature Communications 10: 1978. [pdf]
Pruitt, JN, A Berdahl, C Riehl, N Pinter-Wollman, HV Moeller, et al. Social tipping points in animal societies. Proc. R. Soc. B. 285: 20181282. [pdf]
Johnson, MD and HV Moeller. Mixotrophy in protists: From model systems to mathematical models. Frontiers in Marine Science 5: 490.
Doering, GN, I Scharf, HV Moeller, and JN Pruitt. Social tipping points in animal societies in response to heat stress. Nature Ecology & Evolution 2(8): 1298. [online access]
Moeller, HV and MD Johnson. Preferential plastid retention by the acquired phototroph Mesodinium chamaeleon. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 65(2): 148-158.
Johnson, MD, E Lasek-Nesselquist, HV Moeller, et al. Mesodinium rubrum: The symbiosis that wasn’t. PNAS 114(7): E1040-E1042. [online access]
Herrera, G, HV Moeller, and MG Neubert. High-seas fish wars generate marine reserves. PNAS 113(14): 3767-3772.
Pedersen, E, J Marleau, M Granados, HV Moeller, F Guichard. Non-heirarchical movement promotes stability and resilience in a tritrophic system. The American Naturalist 187(5): E116-E128.
Moeller, HV, E Peltomaa, MD Johnson, and MG Neubert. Acquired phototrophy stabilizes coexistence and shapes dynamics of an intraguild predator and its prey. Ecology Letters 19: 393-402. [pdf]
Moeller, HV, I Dickie, T Fukami, and D Peltzer. Mycorrhizal co-invasion and novel interactions depend on neighborhood context. Ecology 96(9): 2336-2347. [pdf]
Moeller, HV, and MG Neubert. Economically optimal marine reserves without spatial heterogeneity in a simple two-patch model. Natural Resource Modeling 28(3): 244-255. [pdf]
Wood, J, I Dickie, HV Moeller, D Peltzer, K Boot, G Rattray, and J Wilmshurst. Novel interactions between non-native mammals and fungi facilitate establishment of invasive pines. Journal of Ecology 103: 121-129. [pdf]
Moeller, HV, KG Peay, T Fukami. Ectomycorrhizal fungal traits reflect environmental conditions along a coastal California edaphic gradient. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 87(3): 797-806. [pdf]
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Moeller, HV and MG Neubert. Habitat damage, marine reserves, and the value of spatial management. Ecological Applications 23, 959-971. [pdf]
Karp, DS, HV Moeller, and LO Frishkoff. Non-random extinction patterns can modulate pest-control service decline. Ecological Applications 23: 840-849. [pdf]
Sailley, SF, HW Ducklow, HV Moeller, WR Fraser, OME Schofield, DK Steinberg, LM Garzio, and SC Doney. Carbon fluxes and pelagic ecosystem dynamics near two western Antarctic Peninsula Adelie penguin colonies: an inverse model approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492: 253-272.
Ducklow, H, SC Doney, … HV Moeller, et al. Marine Pelagic Ecosystems: The West Antarctic Peninsula. In: Antarctic Ecosystems: An extreme environment in a changing world, 121-159.
Moeller, HV, MD Johnson, PG Falkowski. Photoacclimation in the phototrophic marine ciliate, Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora). Journal of Phycology 47: 324-332. [pdf]
Johnson, MD, J Volker, HV Moeller, E Laws, KJ Breslauer, PG Falkowski. Universal constant for heat production in protists. PNAS 106: 6696-6699.