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Nicholas J. Gotelli
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Department of Biology University of Vermont Burlington, VT 05405


 Inquiline Food Web Assembly
Sarracenia Demography and Ecophysiology
Ant Community Assembly
Effects of Nutrient Loading in North American Bogs and Fens
Software Development for Null Model Analysis


  • Ulrich, W., M. Almeida-Neto, and N.J. Gotelli. 2009. A consumer's guide to nestedness analysis. Oikos 118: 3-17.

  • Hochberg, M.E., J.M. Chase, N.J. Gotelli, A. Hastings, and S. Naeem. 2009. The tragedy of the reviewer commons. Ecology Letters 12: 2-4.

  • Gotelli, N.J. 2008. Perspectives in biogeography: Hypothesis testing, curve fitting, and data mining in macroecology. International Biogeography Society Newsletter 6: 1-7.

  • Potvin, C. and N.J. Gotelli. 2008. Biodiversity enhances individual performance but does not affect survivorship in tropical trees. Ecology Letters 11:217-223. [Science Editor's Choice by Andrew Sugden ]

  • Ulrich, W. and N.J. Gotelli. 2007b. Null model analysis of species nestedness patterns. Ecology 88:1824-1831.

  • Rahbek, C., N. J. Gotelli, R. K. Colwell, G. L. Entsminger, T. F. L. V. B. Rangel, and G. R. Graves. 2007. Predicting continental patterns of bird species richness with spatially explicit models. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274: 165-174. (supplemental material ) [Science Editor's Choice by Andrew Sugden ]

  • Gotelli, N. J., and A. M. Ellison. 2006. Food-web models predict species abundance in response to habitat change. PLoS Biology 44: e324. (supplemental material )[Science Editor's Choice by Andrew Sugden ; Nature News & Views by Jonathan Shurin ]

  • Gotelli, N. J. and A. M. Ellison. 2006. Forecasting extinction risk with non-stationary matrix models. Ecological Applications 16: 51-61.

  • Gotelli, N. J. and B. J. McGill. 2006. Null versus neutral models: what's the difference?. Ecography 29: 793-800.

  • Farrell-Gray, C. C. and N. J. Gotelli. 2005. Allometric exponents support a ?power scaling law. Ecology 86: 2083-2087.
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