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Publications

  • Kneitel, J. 2016. Climate-driven habitat size determines the latitudinal diversity gradient in temporary ponds. Ecology 97: 961-968.

  • Graffis, A. and J. Kneitel. 2015. parasitic plant increases native and exotic plant species richness in vernal pools. AOB PLANTS 7.

  • Anderson, I. and J. Kneitel. 2015. Pseudacris regilla tadpole density differentially affects periphyton and macrophytes in a California vernal pool community. Aquatic Botany 125: 23-30.

  • Kneitel, J. 2014. Inundation timing, more than duration, affects the community structure of California vernal pool mesocosms. Hydrobiologia 732: 71-83.

  • Croel, R. and J. Kneitel. 2013. Response to "Providing relevant context for fecal loading treatment rates applied to vernal pool mesocosms." Aquatic Botany 104: 234-235.

  • Croel, R. and J. Kneitel. 2013. Final response to the letter. Aquatic Botany 104: 238-239.

  • Kneitel, J. 2012. Are Trade-Offs Among Species Ecological Interactions Scale Dependent? A Test Using Pitcher-Plant Inquiline Species. PLoS One 7.

  • Kneitel, J. 2012. Are Trade-Offs Among Species' Ecological Interactions Scale Dependent? A Test Using Pitcher-Plant Inquiline Species. PLOS ONE 7: e41809-e41806.

  • Croel, R. and J. Kneitel. 2011. Cattle waste reduces plant diversity in vernal pool mesocosms. Aquatic Botany 95: 140-145.

  • Estrella, S. and J. Kneitel. 2011. Invasion Age and Invader Removal Alter Species Cover and Composition at the Suisun Tidal Marsh, California, USA. Diversity 3: 235-251.

  • Croel, R. and J. Kneitel. 2011. Ecosystem-level effects of bioturbation by the tadpole shrimp Lepidurus packardi in temporary pond mesocosms. Hydrobiologia: 169-181.

  • Yee, D., J. Kneitel and S. Juliano. 2010. Environmental Correlates of Abundances of Mosquito Species and Stages in Discarded Vehicle Tires. Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 53-62.

  • Yee, D., J. Kneitel and S. Juliano. 2010. Environmental correlates of abundances of mosquito species and stages in discarded vehicle tires. Journal of Medical Entomology.

  • Kneitel, J. and C. Lessin. 2010. Ecosystem-phase interactions. Oecologia 163: 461-469.

  • REUMAN, D., C. MULDER, C. BANASEK-RICHTER, M. BLANDENIER, A. BREURE, H. HOLLANDER, J. KNEITEL, D. RAFFAELLI, G. WOODWARD and J. COHEN. 2009. Allometry of Body Size and Abundance in 166 Food Webs. Advances in Ecological Research 41: 1-44.

  • Beachley, M., J. Kneitel and California State University, Sacramento. 2008. Responses of non-target insects to mosquito abatement insecticide exposure in seasonal wetlands. .

  • Yee, M., J. Kneitel and California State University, Sacramento. 2008. Evaluating and mitigating avian collisions with distribution powerlines at the Consumnes River Preserve. .

  • Yee, D., S. Yee, J. Kneitel and S. Juliano. 2007. Richness-Productivity Relationships between Trophic Levels in a Detritus-Based System. Oecologia 154: 377-385.

  • Simmons, Z., J. Kneitel and California State University, Sacramento. 2007. Microhabitat preferences of bird and rodent foragers in conifer-invaded subalpine meadows. .

  • Yee, D., S. Yee, J. Kneitel, S. Juliano, S. Yee, J. Kneitel and S. Juliano. 2007. Richness-productivity relationships between trophic levels in a detritus-based system. Oecologia 154: 377-385.

  • Kneitel, J. 2007. Intermediate-consumer identity and resources alter a food web with omnivory. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 651-659.

  • Kneitel, J. and D. Perrault. 2006. Disturbance-induced changes in community composition increase species invasion success. Community Ecology: 245-252.

  • Ostman, O., J. Kneitel and J. Chase. 2006. Disturbance alters habitat isolation's effect on biodiversity in aquatic microcosms. Oikos 114: 360-366.

  • Kneitel, J. and D. Perrault. 2006. Disturbance-induced compositional changes increase species invasion success. Community Ecology 7: 245-252.

  • Miller, T., J. Burns, P. Munguia, E. Walters, J. Kneitel, P. Richards, N. Mouquet and H. Buckley. 2005. Critical Review of Twenty Years’ Use of the Resource‐Ratio Theory. The American Naturalist 165: 439-448.

  • Miller, T., J. Burns, P. Munguia, E. Walters, J. Kneitel, P. Richards, N. Mouquet and H. Buckley. 2005. Critical Review of Twenty Years' Use of the Resource-Ratio Theory. American Naturalist 165: 439-448.

  • Miller, T., J. Burns, P. Munguia, E. Walters, J. Kneitel, P. Richards, N. Mouquet, H. Buckley, J. Burns, P. Munguia, E. Walters, J. Kneitel, P. Richards, N. Mouquet and H. Buckley. 2005. Critical Review of Twenty Years' Use of the Resource-Ratio Theory. American Naturalist 165: 439-448.

  • Kneitel, J. and J. Chase. 2004. Trade-offs in community ecology. Ecology Letters 7: 69-80.

  • Kneitel, J., J. Chase and J. Chase. 2004. REVIEW Trade-offs in community ecology. Ecology Letters 7: 69-80.

  • Kneitel, J. and J. Chase. 2004. DISTURBANCE, PREDATOR, AND RESOURCE INTERACTIONS ALTER CONTAINER COMMUNITY COMPOSITION. Ecology 85: 2088-2093.

  • Ellison, A., N. Gotelli, J. Brewer, D. Cochran-Stafira, J. Kneitel, T. Miller, A. Worley and R. Zamora. 2003. evolutionary ecology of carnivorous plants. Advances in Ecological Research 33: 1-74.

  • Ellison, A., N. Gotelli, J. Brewer, D. Cochran-Stafira, J. Kneitel, T. Miller, A. Worley, R. Zamora, N. Gotelli, J. Brewer, D. Cochran-Stafira, J. Kneitel, T. Miller, A. Worley and R. Zamora. 2003. Evolutionary Ecology of Carnivorous Plants. Advances in Ecological Research 33: 1-74.

  • Kneitel, J. and T. Miller. 2003. Dispersal Rates Affect Species Composition in Metacommunities of Sarracenia purpurea Inquilines. American Naturalist 162: 165-171.

  • Kneitel, J. and T. Miller. 2002. RESOURCE AND TOP-PREDATOR REGULATION IN THE PITCHER PLANT (SARRACENIA PURPUREA) INQUILINE COMMUNITY. Ecology 83: 680-688.

  • Miller, T., J. Kneitel and J. Burns. 2002. EFFECT OF COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ON INVASION SUCCESS AND RATE. Ecology 83: 898-905.

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Educational Background

  • 2002 – Ph.D., Florida State University (Biology)

  • 1997 – M.S., California State University, Northridge (Biology)

  • 1992 – B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz (Biology)

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Grants

  • Spatial and Temporal Subsidies in Seasonal Environments

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Positions & Honors

  • 2015-present – Professor, CSU, Sacramento

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