Nissen, S.B., T. Magidson, K. Gross, and C.T. Bergstrom. 2016. Publication bias and the canonization of false facts. eLife 5: e21451.
Backus, G.A., and K. Gross. 2016. Genetic engineering to eradicate invasive mice on islands: Modeling the efficiency and ecolgical impacts. Ecosphere 7: e01589.
Gross, K. and A. Snyder-Beattie. 2016. A general, synthetic model for predicting biodiversity gradients from environmental geometry. American Naturalist 188: E85 -- E97.
Gross, K., and P.J. Edmunds. 2015. Stability of Caribbean coral communities quantified by long-term monitoring and autoregression models. Ecology 96: 1812 -- 1822.
Gross, K., B. J . Cardinale, J. W. Fox, A. Gonzalez, M. Loreau, H. W. Polley, P. B. Reich and J. van Ruijven. 2014. Species richness and the temporal stability of biomass production: A new analysis of recent biodiversity experiments. American Naturalist 183: 1 -- 12.
Gross, K. and J. A. Rosenheim. 2011. Quantifying secondary pest outbreaks in cotton and their monetary cost with causal inference statistics. Ecological Applications 21: 2770 -- 2780.Gross, K. 2008. Positive interactions among conpetitors can produce species-rich communities. Ecology Letters 11: 929 -- 936.
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"When one has finished a substantial paper there is commonly a mood in which it seems that there is really nothing in it. Do not worry, later on you will be thinking 'At least I could do something good then' " -- J. E. Littlewood, with thanks to Carl Bergstrom