Walsh, M. R. The evolutionary consequences of indirect effects. Trends in Ecology
and Evolution. Scheduled to appear in Jan. 2013 issue.
Walsh, M. R., J. DeLong, T. Hanley, and D. M. Post. A cascade of evolution alters
consumer-resource dynamics and ecosystem function. Proceedings of the Royal Society
B 279: 3184-3192.
Walsh, M. R., and D. M. Post.The impact of intraspecific variation in a fish predator
on the evolution of phenotypic plasticity and investment in sex in Daphnia. Journal
of Evolutionary Biology 25: 80-89.
Furness, A. I., M. R. Walsh, and D. N. Reznick. Convergence of life history phenotypes
in a Trinidadian killifish (Rivulus hartii). Evolution 66: 1245-1254.
El-Sabaawi, R., T. Kohler, E. Zandona, J. Travis, M. C. Marshall, S. Thomas, D.
N .Reznick, M. R. Walsh, J. F. Gilliam, C. Pringle, A. S. Flecker. Environmental
and organismal predictors of intraspecific variation in the stoichiometry in a freshwater
neotropical fish. PLoS ONE 7(3): e32713. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032713.
Walsh, M. R., and D. M. Post. Interpopulation variation in a fish predator drives
evolutionary divergence in prey in lakes.Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278:
Walsh, M. R. and D. N. Reznick. Experimentally induced life history evolution in
a killifish in response to the introduction of guppies. Evolution 65: 1021-1036.
*Walsh, M. R., D. F. Fraser, R. D. Bassar, and D. N. Reznick. The direct and indirect
effects of guppies (Poecilia reticulata): implications for life history evolution
in Rivulus hartii. Functional Ecology 25: 227-237.
*Runner-up for the Haldane Young Investigator's Prize, which is awarded each year
to the best paper in Functional Ecology by a young author at the start of their research
Oufiero, C. E., M. R. Walsh, D. N. Reznick, and T. Garland. Swimming performance
trade-offs across a gradient in community composition in Rivulus hartii. Ecology
Walsh, M. R. and D. N. Reznick. Influence of the indirect effects of guppies on
life history evolution in Rivulus hartii. Evolution64: 1583-1593.
Bassar, R.D., D. N. Reznick, A. López-Sepulcre, M. R. Walsh, M. Turcotte, and M.Torres-Mejia.
Bridging the gap between ecology and evolution: Integrating density regulation
and life history evolution. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci 1206 (2010)17-34.
Walsh, M. R., and D. N. Reznick. Phenotypic diversification across an environmental
gradient: a role for predation and resource availability on the evolution of life
histories. Evolution 63: 3201-3213.
Walsh, M. R., and D. N. Reznick. Interactions between the direct and indirect effects
of predators determine life history evolution in a killifish. Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences USA 105: 594-599.
**Walsh, M. R., S. B. Munch, S. Chiba, and D. O. Conover. Maladaptive changes in
multiple traits caused by fishing: Impediments to population recovery. Ecology
Letters 9: 142-148.
**featured in Editors’ Choice column, Science (310:1588); Scientific American; ABCNews.com;
ScienCentral.com; many national and international newspapers.
Conover, D.O., S. A. Arnott, M.R. Walsh, and S.B. Munch. Darwinian fishery science:
lessons from the Atlantic silverside. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic
Sciences 62: 730-737.
Munch, S. B., M.R. Walsh, and D.O. Conover. Harvest selection, genetic correlations,
and evolutionary changes in recruitment: one less thing to worry about. Canadian
Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 802-810.
Munch, S. B., M. Walsh, and D.O. Conover. Darwinian fishery management: rapid evolution
of somatic growth and yield in experimentally harvested marine fish populations.
In Fisheries Induced Adaptive Change, U. Dieckmann, M. Heino, O.Godo, J. Mork (eds.).
Cambridge University Press.