(* denotes student & postdoc advisees)

60. *Wright B, Komyakova V, Sorte CJB, Tingley MW, Pecl GT (accepted 9/12/23, in press) Reciprocal knowledge exchange between climate-driven species redistribution and invasion ecology. Frontiers of Biogeography.

59. *Waite HR, *Beshai RA, Sorte CJB (2023) On the edge: demography across latitudinal and elevational gradients for range-expanding whelks. Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi: 10.3354/meps14349

58. Sorte CJB, *Beshai RA, Henry AK, *Mahanes SA, *Rangel RE, *Waite HR. (2023) Interactions between climate change and species invasions in the marine realm. In: Invasive Species and Global Climate Change, 2nd Edition (Ed: Ziska LH) CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire, UK (pp. 119-140). [Fully revised since pub. 23]

57. *Mahanes SA, Sorte CJB, Bracken MES (2023) The functional effects of a dominant consumer are altered following the loss of a dominant producer. Ecology & Evolution. 13(8):e10342 (19pp).

56. Sorte CJB, Kroeker K, Miller LP, Bracken MES (2023) Biological modification of coastal pH differs with community composition and by month. Ecology. e4113 (8pp).

55. Ibáñez I, Petri L, Barnett DT, Beaury EM, Blumenthal DM, Dukes JS, Corbin JD, Early R, Pearse IS, Sorte CJB, Vilà M, Bradley B (2023) Combining local, landscape, and regional geographies to assess plant community vulnerability to invasion impact. Ecological Applications.33:e2821 (15pp).

54. *Beshai RA, *Truong D, *Henry AK, Sorte CJB (2023) Biotic resistance or invasional meltdown? Diversity reduces invasibility but not exotic dominance in southern California epibenthic communities. Biological Invasions. 25:533-549.

53. *Mahanes SA, Bracken MES, Sorte CJB (2022) Climate change amelioration by marine producers: Does dominance predict impact? The Biological Bulletin. 243:299-314.

52. *Rangel RE, Sorte CJB (2022) Local-scale thermal history influences metabolic response of marine invertebrates to warming. Marine Biology. 169:126 (12pp).

51. Vimercati G, Probert AF, Volery L, Bernardo-Madrid R, Bertolino S, Céspedes V, Essl F, Evans T, Gallardo B, Gallien L, Gonzalez-Moreno P, Grange M, Hui C, Jeschke JJ, Katsanevakis S, Kühn I, Kumschick S, Pergl J, Pyšek P, Rieseberg L, Robinson TB, Saul W-C, Sorte CJB, Vilà M, Wilson JRU, Bacher S (2022) The EICAT+ framework enables classification of positive impacts of alien taxa on native biodiversity. PLOS Biology. 20(8): e3001729.

50. Lopez BE, Allen JM, Dukes JS, Lenoir J, Vilà M, Blumenthal DM, Beaury EM, Fusco EJ, Laginhas BB, Morelli TL, O’Neill M, Sorte CJB, Maceda-Veiga A, Whitlock R, Bradley BA (2022) Global environmental changes more frequently offset than intensify detrimental effects of biological invasions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 119(22), e2117389119.

49. *Henry AK, Sorte CJB (2022) Impact assessment of coastal marine range shifts to support proactive management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20:161-169.

48. *Wallingford PD, Sorte CJB (2022) Dynamic species interactions associated with the range-shifting marine gastropod Mexacanthina lugubris. Oecologia 198:749-761.

47. Bracken MES, Miller LP, Mastroni SE, Lira SM, Sorte CJB (2022) Accounting for variation in temperature and oxygen availability when quantifying marine ecosystem metabolism. Scientific Reports 12:1-11.

46. *Waite HR, Sorte CJB (2022) Negative carry?over effects on larval thermal tolerances across a natural thermal gradient. Ecology 103:e03565.

45. Vilà M, Beaury EM, Blumenthal DM, Bradley BA, Early R, Laginhas BB, Trillo A, Dukes JS, Sorte CJB, Ibáñez I. (2021) Understanding the combined impacts of weeds and climate change on crops. Environmental Research Letters 16:034043.

44. *Pandori LLM, Sorte CJB (2021) Spatial and temporal scales of exposure and sensitivity drive mortality risk patterns across life stages. Ecosphere. 12:e03552

43. Sorte CJB, Aguilar-Roca NM, *Henry AK, Pratt JD (2020) A hierarchical mentoring program increases confidence and effectiveness in data analysis and interpretation for undergraduate biology students. CBE—Life Sciences Education 19:ar23.

42. *Wallingford PD, Morelli TL, Allen JM, Beaury EM, Blumenthal DM, Bradley BA, Dukes JS, Early R, Fusco EJ, Goldberg DE, Ibanez I, Laginhas BB, Vilà M, Sorte CJB (2020) Adjusting the lens of invasion biology to focus on the impacts of climate-driven range shifts. Nature Climate Change 10:398-405.

41. Gallardo B, Bacher S, Bradley B, Comin FA, Gallien L, Jeschke JM, Sorte CJB, Vilà M (2019) InvasiBES: Understanding and managing the impacts of Invasive alien species on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. Neobiota. 50:109-122. [Peer-reviewed project description]

40. *Wallingford PD, Sorte CJB (2019) Predicting predator-prey responses to climate change using community regulation models. 10:e02790. Ecosphere.<link>

39. Bradley BA, Laginhas B, Whitlock R, Bates A, Bernatchez G, Diez JM, Allen JM, Early R, Lenoir J, Vilà, Sorte CJB (2019) Disentangling the abundance-impact relationship for invasive species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 116:9919-9924. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1818081116. <link>

38. *Mahanes SA, Sorte CJB (2019) Impacts of climate change on marine species invasions in northern hemisphere high-latitude ecosystems. Frontiers of Biogeography. 11.1. DOI: 10.21425/F5FBG40527. <link>

37. Sorte CJB, Bernatchez G, *Pandori LLM, *Silbiger NJ, Smith AM, *Wallingford PD (2019) Thermal tolerance limits as indicators of current and future intertidal zonation patterns in a diverse mussel guild. Marine Biology. 166:6. <link>

36. *Pandori LLM, Sorte CJB (2019) The weakest link: sensitivity to climate extremes across life stages of marine invertebrates. Oikos. 128:621-629. DOI: 10.1111/oik.05886. <link>

35. *Wallingford PD, *Pandori LLM, Bedgood SA, Bracken MES, Elsberry LA, #Henry AK, *Mahanes SA, Sorte CJB (2019) A guide to the relationships between marine spatial patterns and ecological processes. Frontiers of Biogeography. DOI: 10.21425/F5FBG39410. [Invited book review] <link>

34. Bracken MES, *Silbiger NJ, Bernatchez G, Sorte CJB (2018) Primary producers may ameliorate impacts of daytime CO2 addition in a coastal marine ecosystem. Peer J. 6:e4739. <link>

33. *Silbiger NJ, Sorte CJB (2018) Biophysical feedbacks mediate carbonate chemistry in coastal ecosystems across spatiotemporal gradients. Scientific Reports. 8:796. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-18736-6. <pdf> <Hakai article> <Discover article>

32. Sorte CJB, *Pandori LLM, Cai S, Davis KA (2018) Predicting persistence in benthic marine species with complex life cycles: linking dispersal dynamics to redistribution potential and thermal tolerance limits. Marine Biology. 165:20. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-017-3269-8. <link>

31. Bonebrake TC, Brown CJ, Bell JD, Blanchard J, Chauvenet A, Champion C, Chen I-C, Clark TD, Colwell RK, Danielsen F, Dell AI, Donelson JM, Evengard B, Ferrier S, Frusher S, Garcia RA, Griffis RB, Hobday AJ, Jarzyna MA, Lee E, Lenoir J, Linnetved H, Martin VY, McCormack PC, McDonald J, E McDonald-Madden, Mitchell N, Mustonen T, Pandolfi JM, Pettorelli N, Possingham H, Pulsifer P, Reynolds M, Scheffers BR, Sorte CJB, Strugnell JM, Tuanmu M-N, Twiname S, Verges A, Villanueva C, Wapstra E, Wernberg T, Pecl GT. (2018) Climate-driven species redistribution requires integrated research to protect biodiversity and maintain human benefits. Biological Reviews. 93:284-305. DOI: 10.1111/brv.12344. <pdf>

30. Pecl GT, Araujo MB, Bell JD, Blanchard J, Bonebrake TC, Chen I-C, Clark TD, Colwell RK, Danielsen F, Evengard B, Falconi L, Ferrier S, Frusher S, Garcia RA, Griffis R, Hobday AJ, Janion-Scheepers C, Jarzyna MA, Jennings S, Lenoir J, Linnetved HI, Martin VY, McCormack PC, McDonald J, Mitchell NJ, Mustonen T, Pandolfi JM, Pettorelli N, Popova E, Robinson SA, Scheffers BR, Shaw JD, Sorte CJB, Strugnell JM, Sunday JM, Tuanmu M-N, Verges A, Villanueva C, Wernberg T, Wapstra E, Williams SE (2017) Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: impacts on ecosystems and human well-being. Science. 355(6332): eaai9214. DOI: 10.1126/science.aai9214. <pdf>

29. Van Gennip SJ, Popova EE, Yool A, Pecl GT, Hobday AJ, Sorte CJB (2017) Going with the flow: the role of ocean circulation in global marine ecosystems under a changing climate. Global Change Biology. 23(7):2602-2617. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13586. <pdf>

28. Sorte CJB, *Davidson VE, *Franklin MC, Benes KM, Doellman MM, Etter RJ, Hannigan RE, Lubchenco J, Menge BA (2017) Long-term declines in an intertidal foundation species parallel shifts in community composition. Global Change Biology. 23:341-352. DOI:10.1111/gcb.13425. <pdf>

27. Early R, Bradley BA, Dukes JS, Lawler JJ, Olden JD, Blumenthal DM, Gonzalez P, Grosholz ED, Ibáñez I, Miller LP, Sorte CJB, Tatem AJ (2016) Global threats from invasive species in the 21st century and national response capacities. Nature Communications. 7. doi:10.1038/NCOMMS12485. <pdf>

26. Sorte CJB (2016) Evolution and invasive species. In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology (Ed: Kliman R) Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK. 2:282-287. <pdf>

25. Sorte CJB, Bracken MES (2015) Warming and elevated CO2 interact to drive rapid shifts in marine community production. PLoS ONE. 10:e0145191. <pdf>

24. Bradley BA, Early RI, Sorte CJB (2015) Space to invade? Comparative range infilling and potential range of invasive and native plants. Global Ecology & Biogeography. 24:348-359. <pdf>

23. Sorte CJB (2014) Synergies between climate change and species invasions: evidence from marine systems. In: Invasive Species and Global Climate Change (Eds: Ziska LH, Dukes JS) CABI Publishing. <pdf>

22. Ibáñez I, Diez JM, Miller LP, Olden JD, Sorte CJB, Blumenthal DM, Bradley BA, D’Antonio CM, Dukes JS, Early RI, Grosholz ED, Lawler JJ (2014) Integrated assessment of biological invasions. Ecological Applications. 24:25-37. <pdf>

21. Bates AE, McKelvie CM, Sorte CJB, Morley SA, Jones N, Mondon J, Bird TJ, Quinn G (2013) Geographical range, heat tolerance, and invasion success in aquatic species. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280: 20131958. <pdf>

20. Sorte CJB, Etter RJ, *Spackman R, Boyle EE, Hannigan RE (2013) Elemental fingerprinting of mussel shells to predict population sources and redistribution potential in the Gulf of Maine. PLoS ONE. 8:e80868. <pdf>

19. Sorte CJB, White JW (2013) Competitive and demographic leverage points of community shifts under climate warming. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280:20130572. <pdf>

18. Sorte CJB, Ibáñez I, Blumenthal DM, Molinari NA, Miller LP, Grosholz ED, Diez JM, D’Antonio CM, Olden JD, Jones SJ, Dukes JS (2013) Poised to prosper? A cross-system comparison of climate change effects on native and non-native species performance. Ecology Letters. 16:261-270. <pdf>

17. Sorte CJB (2013) Predicting persistence in a changing climate: flow direction and limitations to redistribution. Oikos. 122:161-170. <pdf>

16. *Cockrell MA, Sorte CJB (2013) Predicting climate-induced changes in population dynamics of invasive species in a marine epibenthic community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 440:42-48. <pdf>

15. Diez JM, D’Antonio CM, Dukes JS, Grosholz ED, Olden JD, Sorte CJB, Blumenthal DM, Bradley BA, Early R, Ibáñez I, Jones SJ, Lawler J, Miller LP (2012) Will extreme climatic events facilitate biological invasions? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10:249-257. <pdf>

14. Bradley BA, Blumenthal DM, Early RI, Grosholz ED, Lawler JJ, Miller LP, Sorte CJB, D’Antonio CM, Diez JM, Dukes JS, Ibáñez I, Olden JD (2012) Global change, global trade, and the next wave of plant invasions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10:20-28. <pdf>

13. Fischer EV, Mackey KRM, Cusack DF, DeSantis LRG, Harzell-Nichols L, Lutz JA, Melbourne-Thomas J, Meyer R, Riveros-Iregui DA, Sorte CJB, Taylor JR, White SA (2012) Pre-tenure interdisciplinary research: is it a career risk? Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union. 93:311-312. <pdf>

12. Bracken MES, Menge BA, Foley MM, Sorte CJB, Lubchenco J, Schiel DR (2012) Mussel selectivity for high-quality food drives carbon inputs into open-coast intertidal ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 459:53-62. <pdf>

11. Sorte CJB, Stachowicz JJ (2011) Patterns and processes of compositional change in a California epibenthic community. Marine Ecology Progress Series 435:63-74. <pdf>

10. Sorte CJB, Jones SJ, Miller LP (2011) Geographic variation in temperature tolerance as an indicator of potential population responses to climate change. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology 400:209-217. <pdf>

9. *Zerebecki RA, Sorte CJB (2011) Temperature tolerance and stress proteins as mechanisms of invasive species success. PLoS ONE 6:e14806. <pdf>

8. Sorte CJB, Williams SL, *Zerebecki RA (2010) Ocean warming increases threat of invasive species in a marine community. Ecology 91:2198–2204. <pdf>

7. Sorte CJB, Williams SL, Carlton JT (2010) Marine range shifts and species introductions: comparative spread rates and community impacts. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19:303-316. <pdf>

6. Sorte CJB, *Fuller A, Bracken MES (2010) Impacts of a simulated heat wave on composition of a marine community. Oikos 119:1909-1918. <pdf>

5. Harley CDG, Hughes AR, Hultgren K, Miner BG, Sorte CJB, Thornber CS, Rodriguez LF, Tomanek L, Williams SL (2006) The impacts of climate change in coastal marine systems. Ecology Letters 9:228-241. <pdf>

4. Sorte CJB, Hofmann GE (2005) Thermotolerance and heat-shock protein expression in Northeastern Pacific Nucella species with different biogeographical ranges. Marine Biology 146:985-993. <pdf>

3. Sorte CJB, Hofmann GE (2004) Changes in latitudes, changes in aptitudes: Nucella canaliculata (Mollusca: Gastropoda) is more stressed at its range edge. Marine Ecology Progress Series 274:263-268. <pdf>

2. Halpin PM, Sorte CJ, Hofmann GE, Menge BA (2002) Patterns of variation in levels of Hsp70 in natural rocky shore populations from microscales to mesoscales. Integrative and Comparative Biology 42:815-824. <pdf>

1. Sorte CJ, Peterson WT, Morgan CA, Emmett RL (2001) Larval dynamics of the sand crab, Emerita analoga, off the central Oregon coast during a strong El Niño period. Journal of Plankton Research 23:939-944. <pdf>

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