M. Henry H. Stevens

Associate Professor

338 Pearson Hall  (513) 529-4206

Research Interests

Ecology and evolution of community dynamics; dynamical and statistical modeling.

Recent Publications

  1. Li, W., and Stevens, M.H.H. 2012. Fluctuating resource availability increases invasibility in microbial microcosms. Oikos, 121:435-441.
  2. Reiss, P.T., M.H.H. Stevens, Z. Shehzad, E. Petkova, and M.P. Milham. 2010. On Distance-Based Permutation Tests for Between-Group Comparisons. Biometrics, 66:636-643.
  3. M.H.H. Stevens. 2010 A Primer of Ecology with R. Use R! Series, Springer, 400 pp.
  4. J. A. Banta, M.H.H. Stevens, and M. Pigliucci. 2009. Theoretical models do not account for the effect of nutrient levels on tolerance to apical meristem damage in Arabidopsis thaliana. Oikos, 119:359-369.
  5. Bolker B.M., M.E. Brooks, C.J. Clark, S.W. Geange, J.R. Poulsen, M.H.H. Stevens, and J.S. White. 2009. Generalized linear mixed models: a practical guide for ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 24:127-135.
  6. Stevens, M.H.H., M. Sanchez, J. Lee, and S. E. Finkel. 2007. Diversification Rates Increase With Population Size and Resource Concentration in an Unstructured Habitat. Genetics 177:2243-2250.
  7. Stevens, M.H.H. 2006. Placing local plant species richness in the context of environmental drivers of metacommunity richness. Journal of Ecology, 94:58-65.