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Dutton, C. L., A. L. Subalusky, S. C. Anisfeld, L. Njoroge, E. J.  Rosi, and D. M. Post. 2018. The influence of an arid catchment and large wildlife on suspended sediments in the Mara River, Kenya. PLOS One 13(2):e0192828.

Subalusky, A. L., C. L. Dutton, E. J. Rosi, D. M. Post. 2017. Annual mass drownings of the Serengeti wildebeest migration influence nutrient cycling and storage in the Mara River. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:7647-7652.

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Smith, L. L., A. L. Subalusky, C. L. Atkinson, and L. K. Kirkman. 2017. Geographically Isolated Wetlands: Embedded Habitats in Longleaf Pine Forests In: Ecological Restoration of the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. Eds: L. K. Kirkman and S. Jack. In press at CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

Dudley, J. P., B. M. Hang’ombe, F. Leendertz, L. Dorward, J. de Castro, A. L. Subalusky, M. Clauss. 2015. Carnivory in Hippopotamus amphibius: implications for the ecology and epidemiology of anthrax in African landscapes. Mammal Review 46:191-203.

Fitzgerald, L. A., M. L. Treglia, N. Angeli, T. J. Hibbitts, D. J. Leavitt, A. L. Subalusky, I. Lundgren, and Z. Hillis-Starr. 2015. Determinants of successful establishment and post-translocation dispersal of a new population of the critically endangered St. Croix ground lizard (Ameiva polops). Restoration Ecology 23:776-786.

Subalusky, A. L., C. L. Dutton, E. J. Rosi-Marshall, D. M. Post. 2015. The hippopotamus conveyor belt: vectors of carbon and nutrients from terrestrial grasslands to aquatic systems in sub-Saharan Africa. Freshwater Biology 60:512-525.

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McClain, M. E., A. L. Subalusky, E. P. Anderson, S. B. Dessu, A. M. Melesse, P. M. Ndomba, J. O. D. Mtamba, R. A. Tamatamah, and C. Mligo. 2014. Comparing flow regime, channel hydraulics and biological communities to infer flow-ecology relationships in the Mara River of Kenya and Tanzania. Hydrological Sciences Journal 59:801-819.

McClain, M., and A. L. Subalusky. 2013. Surface flows for people and wildlife in the transboundary Mara River Basin. In Kenya: A Natural Outlook. Elsevier, Chennai, India.

Subalusky, A. L., R. C. Garrick, N. A. Schable, J. Osborne, and T. C. Glenn. 2012. Development and characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in the American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis). Conservation Genetics Resources 4:567-570.

Subalusky, A. L., L. L. Smith, and L. A. Fitzgerald. 2009. Detection of American Alligators in isolated, seasonal wetlands. Applied Herpetology 6:199-210.

Subalusky, A. L., L. A. Fitzgerald, and L. L. Smith. 2009. Ontogenetic niche shifts in American Alligators establish functional connectivity between aquatic systems. Biological Conservation 142:1507-1514.


Dutton, C. L., A. L. Subalusky, E. J. Rosi, and D. M. Post. Subsidy overload: organic matter excretion by hippopotami causes downstream hypoxia and fish kills. In revision at Nature Communications.

Subalusky, A. L., and D. M. Post. Context dependency of animal-mediated resource subsidies. In review at Biological Reviews.

Smith, L. L., A. L. Subalusky, C. L. Atkinson, J. E. Earl, D. M. Mushet, D. E. Scott, S. L. Lance, and S. A. Johnson. Biological connectivity of seasonally ponded wetlands across spatial and temporal scales. In review at Journal of the American Water Resources Association.

Schoelynck, J., A. L. Subalusky, E. Struyf, C. L. Dutton, P. Frings, D. Unzué-Belmonte, B. Van de Vijver, D. M. Post, D. Conley, E J. Rosi, P. Meire. Hippos (Hippopotamus amphibius): the animal silica pump. To be re-submitted to Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Okamoto, K. W., L. L. Bowman, S. B. Fey, C. T. Kremer, K. Scranton, F. W. Simon, A. L. Subalusky, P. E. Turner, D. A. Vasseur, D. J. Wieczynski, D. M. Post. Formalizing eco-evolutionary interactions. Invited for submission at Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Subalusky, A. L., C. L. Dutton, E. J. Rosi-Marshall, and D. M. Post. Carcasses and nutrient elimination: the form of animal-mediated subsidy interacts with river characteristics to influence ecosystem function. To be submitted to Ecology.

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