Ribbons, R.R., Del Toro, I., Smith, A.R., Healey, J.R., Vesterdal, L., and Mcdonald, M.A. 2022. Roots and rhizospheric soil microbial community responses to tree species mixtures. Applied Soil Ecology. PDF here.
Del Toro, I. and Ribbons R.R. 2020. No Mow May lawns have higher pollinator richness and abundances: An engaged community provides floral resources for pollinators. PeerJ. PDF here.
Halbritter AH, De Boeck HJ, Eycott AE, et al. 2019. The handbook for standardized field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx). Methods Ecol Evol. 1–16. PDF here.
Del Toro, I. and Ribbons, R.R. 2019. Variation in ant-mediated seed dispersal along elevational gradients. PeerJ PDF here.
Del Toro, I., Ribbons, R.R., Hayward, J., and Andersen, A. 2019. Are stacked species distribution models accurate at predicting multiple levels of diversity along a rainfall gradient? Austral Ecology PDF here.
Ribbons, R.R., Kepfer-Rojas, S., Kosawang, C., Hansen, O.K., Ambus, P., McDonald, M.A., Grayston, S.J., Prescott, C.E., and Vesterdal, L. 2018. Context-dependent tree species effects on soil nitrogen transformations and related microbial functional genes. Biogeochemistry. PDF here.
Weglarz, T.C., Holsen, L., Ribbons, R.R., and Hall, D.J. 2018. Microbial Diversity and Nitrogen-metabolizing Gene Abundance in Backyard Food Waste Composting Systems. Journal of Applied Microbiology. PDF here.
Ribbons, R.R., McDonald, M.A., and Vesterdal, L. 2017. Microbial Communities, Functional Genes, and Nitrogen Cycling Processes as Affected by Tree Species. Chapter in: Soil Biological Communities and Ecosystem Resilience pp 209-221. Link here.
Del Toro, I., Berberich, G., Ribbons, R.R., Berberich, M., Sanders, N.J., and Ellison, A.M. 2017. Nests of red wood ants (Formica rufa-group) are positively associated with tectonic faults: a double-blind test. PeerJ. PDF here.
Ribbons, R.R., Levy-Booth, D., Masse, J., Grayston, S.J., McDonald, M.A., Vesterdal, L., and Prescott, C.E. 2016. Linking microbial communities, functional genes and nitrogen-cycling processes in forest floors under four tree species. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. PDF here.
Martin, P., Jung, M., Q Brearley, F.Q., Ribbons,, R.R., Lines, E.R., and Jacob, A.L. 2016. Can we set a global threshold age to define mature forests? PeerJ. PDF here.
Del Toro, I, Ribbons, RR, and Ellison, A. 2015. Ant–mediated ecosystem functions on a warmer planet: effects on 2 soil movement, decomposition and nutrient cycling. Journal of Animal Ecology. PDF here.
Kendrick, JA, Ribbons, RR, Classen, AT, and Ellison, A. 2015. Changes in canopy structure and ant assemblages affect soil ecosystem variables as a foundation species declines. Ecosphere. PDF here.
Andersen, AN, Ribbons RR, Pettit M, and Parr CL. 2014. Burning for biodiversity: highly resilient ant communities respond only to strongly contrasting fire regimes in Australia's seasonal tropics. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Ribbons, RR. 2014. Community responses to eastern hemlock loss across a latitudinal gradient. Southeastern Naturalist (Special Issue 6) PDF here.
Ribbons R.R. 2014. Disturbance and climatic effects on red spruce community dynamics at its southern continuous range margin. PeerJ 2:e293 http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.293
Stuble KL, Patterson CM, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Ribbons RR, Dunn RR, and Sanders N. 2014. Ant-mediated seed dispersal in a warmed world. PeerJ 2:e286 http://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.286
Del Toro, I., Ribbons,R.R., and Pelini, S.L. 2012. The little things that run the world revisited: A review of ant-mediated ecosystem services and disservices (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Myrmecological News 17:133–146. The little things that run the world revisited PDF can be found here.