Reboot Gitmo for U.S.-Cuba research diplomacy
Roman, J., and J. Kraska. 2016.
Science 351: 1258-1260.
Global nutrient transport in a world of giants
Doughty, C. E., J. Roman, S. Faurby, A. Wolf, A. Haque, E. S. Bakker, Y. Malhi, J. B. Dunning Jr., and J.-C. Svenning. 2015.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences doi/10.1073/pnas.1502549112.
Lifting baselines to address the consequences of conservation success
Roman, J., M. Dunphy-Daly, D. W. Johnston, and A. J. Read. 2015.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30: 299-302.
Baleen whales host a unique gut microbiome with similarities to both carnivores and herbivores
Sanders, J. G., A. C. Beichman, J. Roman, J. J. Scott, D. Emerson, J. J. McCarthy, and P. R. Girguis. 2015.
Nature Communications 6: 8285
The Multiscale Integrated Model of Ecosystem Services (MIMES): Simulating the interactions of coupled human and natural systems
Boumans, R., J. Roman, I. Altman, and L. Kaufman. 2015.
Ecosystem Services 12: 30-41.
Are genes faster than crabs? Mitochondrial introgression exceeds larval dispersal during population expansion of the invasive crab Carcinus maenas
Darling, J., A. Blakeslee, E.Yi-Hsin, and J. Roman. 2014.
Royal Society Open Science 1: 140202.
Whales as marine ecosystem engineers
Roman, J., J. Estes, L. Morrisette, C. Smith, D. Costa, J. McCarthy, J. B. Nation, S. Nicol, A. Pershing, and V. Smetacek. 2014.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 377-385.
Biodiversity and cattle well-being
Our project, based at the University of Vermont, is a collaboration between the Department of Animal Sciences, Center for Sustainable Agriculture, and Gund Institute for Ecological Economics. It seeks to determine how biodiversity affects cattle well-being, health, and productivity. Read more about the project here.
Marine Conservation Ecology Group
at the Duke University Marine Lab