Supplement to Vol. 7, Issue 3 (December 2013 - January 2014)

Titles and web links to the journal articles referenced in "Perspective: Reducing non-climate stresses - not always a good idea?" by Jennie Hoffman

Bertness, MD and TC Coverdale (2013). An invasive species facilitates the recovery of salt marsh ecosystems on Cape Cod. Ecology 94:1937–1943. http://bit.ly/Bertness

Brown CJ, Saunders MI, Possingham HP, Richardson AJ (2013). Managing for Interactions between Local and Global Stressors of Ecosystems. PLoS ONE 8(6): e65765. http://bit.ly/CJBrown (free)

Coverdale TC, Axelman EE, Brisson CP, Young EW, Altieri AH, Bertness MD (2013). New England Salt Marsh Recovery: Opportunistic Colonization of an Invasive Species and Its Non-Consumptive Effects. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73823. http://bit.ly/CoverdaleEtal (free)

Crain CM, Kroeker K, Halpern BS (2008). Interactive and cumulative effects of multiple human stressors in marine systems. Ecology Letters 11: 1304–1315. http://bit.ly/CrainCM

Darling ES, Cote IM (2008). Quantifying the evidence for ecological synergies. Ecology Letters 11: 1278–1286. http://bit.ly/DarlingES

Norkko, J., Reed, D.C., Timmermann, K., Norkko, A., Gustafsson, B.G., Bonsdorff, E., Slomp, C.P., Carstensen, J., and Conley, D.J. (2012). A welcome can of worms? Hypoxia mitigation by an invasive species. Global Change Biology 18(2): 422-434, 2012. http://bit.ly/NorkkoJ