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Baldridge E, Harris DJ, Xiao X, White EP.  In Press.  An extensive comparison of species-abundance distribution models.. PeerJ.
Meiners JM, Griswold TL, Harris DJ, Ernest SKM.  2017.  Bees without Flowers: Before Peak Bloom, Diverse Native Bees Find Insect-Produced Honeydew Sugars. The American Naturalist. 190(2):281-291.
Hampton SE, Jones MB, Wasser LA, Schildhauer MP, Supp SR, Brun J, Hernandez RR, Boettiger C, Collins SL, Gross LJ et al..  2017.  Skills and Knowledge for Data-Intensive Environmental Research. BioScience. 67(6):546-557.
Dietz MC, Fox A, Betancourt J, Hooten M, Jarnevich C, Keitt T, Kenney A, Laney C, Larsen L, Loescher HW et al..  2017.  Iterative ecological forecasting: Needs, opportunities, and challenges. NEON Workshop Report.
Baldridge E, Harris DJ, Xiao X, White EP.  2016.  An extensive comparison of species-abundance distribution models. PeerJ. :e2823.
Xiao X, O'Dwyer JP, White EP.  2016.  Comparing process-based and constraint-based approaches for modeling macroecological patterns. Ecology. 97:1228-1238.
Mislan KAS, Heer JM, White EP.  2016.  Elevating The Status of Code in Ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 31(1):4-7.
White E.  2015.  Some thoughts on best publishing practices for scientific software. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 8:55-57.
McGlinn DJ, Xiao X, Kitzes J, White EP.  2015.  Exploring the spatially explicit predictions of the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24(6):675-684.
Xiao X, Locey KJ, White EP.  2015.  A Process-Independent Explanation for the General Form of Taylor’s Law. The American Naturalist.
Teal TK, Cranston KA, Lapp H, White E, Wilson G, Ram K, Pawlik A.  2015.  Data Carpentry: Workshops to Increase Data Literacy for Researchers. International Journal of Digital Curation. 10(1)
Xiao X, White EP, McGlinn DJ.  2015.  A strong test of the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology. American Naturalist. 185:E70-E80.
Wilson G, Aruliah DA, Brown TC, Chue Hong NP, Davis M, Guy RT, Haddock SHD, Huff KD, Mitchell IM, Plumbley MD et al..  2014.  Best Practices for Scientific Computing. PLoS Biology. 12(1):e1001745.
White EP.  2014.  Commentary on Arrhenius (1920). Foundations of macroecology: classic papers with commentaries.
White EP.  2014.  Commentary on Fisher et al. (1943). Foundations of macroecology: classic papers with commentaries.
Brown JH, Ernest SKM, White EP.  2014.  Introduction to ‘Macroecology before Macroecology’. Foundations of Macroecology: classic papers with commentaries.
Morris BD, White EP.  2013.  The EcoData Retriever: Improving Access to Existing Ecological Data. PLoS ONE. 8(6):e65848.
Desjardins-Proulx P, White EP, Adamson JJ, Ram K, Poisot T, Gravel D.  2013.  The Case for Open Preprints in Biology. PLoS Biology. 11(5):e1001563.
McGlinn DJ, Xiao X, White EP.  2013.  An empirical evaluation of four variants of a universal species–area relationship. PeerJ. :e212.
Locey KJ, White EP.  2013.  How species richness and total abundance constrain the distribution of abundance. Ecology Letters. 16(9):1177-1185.
Coyle JR, Hurlbert AH, White EP.  2013.  Opposing Mechanisms Drive Richness Patterns of Core and Transient Bird Species. The American Naturalist. 181(4):E83-E90.
White EP, Baldridge E, Brym ZT, Locey KJ, McGlinn DJ, Supp SR.  2013.  Nine simple ways to make it easier to (re)use your data. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 6(2):1-10.
Supp SR, Xiao X, Ernest MSK, White EP.  2012.  An experimental test of the response of macroecological patterns to altered species interactions. Ecology. 93:2505-2511.
White EP, Xiao X, Isaac NJB, Sibly RM.  2012.  Methodological tools. Metabolic Ecology.