Haas*, A. R., S. M. Kross & J. M. Kneitel. Avian community composition, but not richness, differs between urban and exurban parks in Sacramento County, California. Journal of Urban Ecology, accepted
Ozeri, L.*, R. Horwitz, J. Kneitel, E. Rahav & L. Blaustein. 2020. Effects of a fire-retardant on the mosquito Culiseta longiareolata larvae development and oviposition habitat selection. Ecological Entomology 45: 476–484.
Rosenfeld, S.*, E. Rahav, J. M. Kneitel, C. Duchet, R. Horwitz, O. Rybak, A. Polevikov & L. Blaustein. 2019. The abundance and larval performance of Aedes phoeniciae in supralittoral rock-pools. Hydrobiologia 846: 181-192.
Shin, H.* & J. M. Kneitel. 2019. Warming interacts with inundation timing to influence the species composition of California vernal pool communities. Hydrobiologia 843: 93-105.
Van den Broeck, M., L. Rhazi, A. Waterkeyn, M. El Madihi, P. Grillas, J. M. Kneitel & L. Brendonck, L. 2019. Livestock disturbances in Mediterranean temporary ponds: A mesocosm experiment with sheep manure and simulated trampling. Freshwater Biology 64: 856-869,
Kneitel, J. M. 2018. Occupancy and environmental responses of habitat specialists and generalists depend on dispersal traits. Ecosphere 9: e02143
Kneitel, J. M., Samiylenko, N.**, Rosas-Saenz, L.**, Nerida, A.** 2017. California vernal pool endemic responses to hydroperiod, plant thatch, and nutrients. Hydrobiologia (in Special Issue: New Challenges in Anostracan Research: a Tribute to Graziella Mura)
Kneitel, J. M. 2016. Climate-driven habitat size determines the latitudinal diversity gradient in temporary ponds. Ecology 97: 961-968.
Boix D., J. M. Kneitel, C. Duchet, B. J. Robson, L. Zúñiga, J. Day, S. Gascón, J. Sala, X. D. Quintana and L. Blaustein. 2016. Invertebrates of temporary ponds in Mediterranean climates. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands. D. Batzer and D. Boix, editors. Springer Publishing.
Graffis, A.* and J. M.Kneitel. 2015. A parasitic plant increases native and exotic plant richness in vernal pools. AoB Plants7: plv100; doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plv100.
Anderson, I. J.* and J. M.Kneitel. 2015. Pseudacris regilla tadpole density differentially affects periphyton and macrophytes in a California vernal pool community. Aquatic Botany 125: 23-30.
Kneitel, J. M. 2014. Inundation timing, more than duration, affects the community structure of California vernal pool mesocosms. Hydrobiologia 732: 71-83.
Croel, R.* and J. M. Kneitel. 2013. Final response to the letter. Aquatic Botany 104: 238-239.
Croel, R.* and J. M. Kneitel. 2013. Response to “Providing relevant context for fecal loading treatment rates applied to vernal pool mesocosms”. Aquatic Botany 104: 234-235.
Kneitel, J. M. 2012. Are trade-offs among species' ecological interactions scale dependent? A test using pitcher-plant inquiline species. PLoS 7(7): e41809. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041809
Yee, D. A., D. Allgood, J. M. Kneitel and K.A. Kuehn. 2012. Constitutive differences between natural and artificial container mosquito habitats: vector communities, resources, microorganisms, and habitat parameters. Journal of Medical Entomology 49: 482-491.
Croel, R.** and J. M.Kneitel. 2011. Cattle waste reduces plant diversity in vernal pool mesocosms. Aquatic Botany 95: 140-145.
Estrella, S.* and J. M. Kneitel. 2011. Invasion age and invader removal alter species composition at the Suisun Tidal Marsh, California, USA. Diversity 3: 235-251.
Holyoak, M. and J. M. Kneitel. 2011. Metacommunities. Sourcebook of Theoretical Ecology, University of California Press, in press.
Croel, R.** and J. M. Kneitel. 2011. Ecosystem-level effects of bioturbation by the tadpole shrimp Lepidurus packardi in temporary pond mesocosms. Hydrobiologia 665: 169-181.
Kneitel, J. M. 2010. Successional Changes in Communities. Nature Education Knowledge 1: 36.
Kneitel, J. M. and C. L. Lessin*. 2010. Ecosystem-phase interactions: aquatic eutrophication decreases terrestrial plant diversity in the California vernal pool ecosystem. Oecologia 163: 461-469.
Yee, D. A., J. M. Kneitel, and S. A. Juliano. 2010. Environmental correlates of abundances of mosquito species and stages in discarded vehicle tires. Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 53-62.
Reuman, D. C., C. Mulder, C. Banašek-Richter, M.-F. C. Blandenier, A. M. Breure, H. D. Hollander, J. M. Kneitel, D. Raffaelli, G. Woodward, and J. E. Cohen. 2009. Allometry of body size and abundance in 166 food webs. Advances in Ecological Research 41: 1-40.
Kneitel, J. M. 2008. Gause's Principle of Competitive Exclusion. Encyclopedia of Ecology, Elsevier Publishing.
Yee, D. A., S. H. Yee, J. M. Kneitel, and S. A. Juliano. 2007. Richness-productivity relationships between trophic levels in a detritus-based system: significance of abundance and trophic linkage. Oecologia 154: 377-385.
Kneitel, J. M. 2007. Intermediate-consumer identity and resources alter a food web with omnivory. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 651-659.
Miller, T. E., J. H. Burns, P. Munguia, E. L. Walters, J. M. Kneitel, P. M. Richards, N. Mouquet, and H. L. Buckley. 2007. Evaluating support for the resource-ratio hypothesis: a response to Wilson et al. American Naturalist 169: 707-708.
Kneitel, J. M. and D. Perrault**. 2006. Disturbance-induced compositional changes increase species invasion success. Community Ecology 7: 245-252.
Ostman, O., J. M. Kneitel, and J. M. Chase. 2006. Disturbance alters the effects of habitat isolation on biodiversity in aquatic microcosms. Oikos 114: 360-366.
Mouquet, N., T. E. Miller, T. Daufresne, and J. M. Kneitel. 2006. Consequences of varying regional heterogeneity in source-sink metacommunities. Oikos 113: 481-488.
Miller, T. E., J. H. Burns, P. Munguia, E. L. Walters, J. M. Kneitel, P. M. Richards, N. Mouquet, and H. L. Buckley. 2005. A critical review of twenty years’ use of the resource-ratio theory. American Naturalist 165: 439-448.
Miller, T. E. and J. M. Kneitel. 2005. Pitcher-plant inquiline community as a prototypical metacommunity. Pages 122-145 in: Metacommunities (M. Holyoak, R. Holt and M. Leibold, eds.), University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
Buckley, H. L., J. H. Burns, J. M. Kneitel, E. L. Walters, P. Munguía and T. E. Miller. 2005. Small-scale patterns in community structure of Sarracenia purpurea inquiline communities. Community Ecology 5: 181-188.
Kneitel, J. M. and J. M. Chase. 2004. Disturbance, predator, and resource interactions alter container community composition. Ecology 85: 2088-2093.
Kneitel, J. M. and J. M. Chase. 2004. Trade-offs in community ecology: linking spatial scales and species coexistence. Ecology Letters 7: 69-80.
Walters, E. L. and J. M. Kneitel. 2004. Use of water-filled red-cockaded woodpecker cavities by other organisms. Pages 492-498 in: Red-cockaded woodpecker: road to recovery (R. Costa and S. J. Daniels, eds.), Hancock House Publishers, Blaine, Washington.
Mouquet, N., P. Munguia, J. M. Kneitel, and T. E. Miller. 2003. Community assembly time and the relationship between local and regional species richness. Oikos 103: 618-626.
Kneitel, J. M. and T. E. Miller. 2003. Dispersal rates affect species composition in metacommunities of Sarracenia purpurea inquilines. American Naturalist 162: 165-171.
Ellison, A. M., N. J. Gotelli, J. S. Brewer, D. L. Cochran-Stafira, J. M. Kneitel, T. E. Miller, A. C. Worley, and R. Zamora. 2003. The evolutionary ecology of carnivorous plants. Advances in Ecological Research 33: 1-74.
Miller, T. E., J. M. Kneitel, and J. H. Burns. 2002. Effect of community structure on invasion success and rate. Ecology 83: 898-905.
Kneitel, J. M. and T. E. Miller. 2002. Resource and top-predator regulation in the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea inquiline community. Ecology 83: 680-688.