Benkman, C. W., Jech, S, & Talluto, M. V. 2016. From the ground up: Biotic and abiotic features that set the course from genes to ecosystems. Ecology & Evolution. 00:1–7. doi://10.1002/ece3.2468. (PDF)

Talluto, M. V., Boulangeat, I., Ameztegui, A., Aubin, I., Berteaux, D., Butler, C. A., Cyr, D., Doyon, F., Drever, R., Fortin, M. J., Frenceschini, T., Liènard, J, McKenney, D., Solarik, K., Strigul, N., Thuiller, W., & Gravel, D. 2016. Cross-scale integration of data and knowledge for predicting species ranges. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 25: 238-249. doi: 10.1111/geb.12395. (PDF SI)

Talluto, M. V. & Benkman, C. W. 2014. Conflicting selection from fire and seed predation drives fine-scaled phenotypic variation in a widespread North American conifer. Proc Nat Acad Sci USA 111(26): 9543-9548. (PDF)

Talluto, M. V. & Benkman, C. W. 2013. Landscape-scale eco-evolutionary dynamics: selection by seed predators and fire determine a major reproductive strategy. Ecology 94(6):1307–1316. (PDF)

Benkman, C. W., Smith, J. W., Maier, M., Hansen, L., & Talluto, M. V. 2013. Consistency and variation in phenotypic selection exerted by a community of seed predators. Evolution 67(1):157– 169. (PDF)

Benkman, C. W., Fetz, T., & Talluto, M. V. 2012. Variable resource availability when resource replenishment is constant: The coupling of predators and prey. The Auk 129(1): 115–123. (PDF)

Talluto, M. V., & Suding, K. N. 2008. Historical change in coastal sage scrub in southern California, USA in relation to fire frequency and air pollution. Landscape Ecology 23(7): 803–815. (PDF)

Talluto, M. V., Suding, K. N., & Bowler, P. A. 2006. Factors affecting understory establishment in coastal sage scrub restoration. Madroño 53(1): 55–59.