Talley, T. S., Venuti, N., & Whelan, R. (2020). Natural history matters: Plastics in estuarine fish and sediments at the mouth of an urban watershed. PLOS ONE, 15(3).
Novoa, A., Talley, T. S., Talley, D. M., Crooks, J. A., & Reyns, N. B. (2016). Spatial and temporal examination of bivalve communities in several estuaries of Southern California and Northern Baja California, MX. PLOS ONE, 11(2).
Talley, D. M., Talley, T. S., & Blanco, A. (2015). Insights into the establishment of the manila clam on a tidal flat at the southern end of an introduced range in Southern California, USA. PLOS ONE, 10(3).
Nordstrom, M. C., Currin, C. A., Talley, T. S., Whitcraft, C. R., & Levin, L. A. (2014). Benthic food-web succession in a developing salt marsh. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 500, 43-U69.
Cook, R. W., & Talley, T. S. (2014). The invertebrate communities associated with a Chrysanthemum coronarium-invaded coastal sage scrub area in Southern California. Biological Invasions, 16(2), 365–380.
Talley, T. S., Nguyen, K. C., & Nguyen, A. (2012). Testing the effects of an introduced palm on a riparian invertebrate community in southern California. PLOS ONE, 7(8).
Currin, C. A., Levin, L. A., Talley, T. S., Michener, R., & Talley, D. (2011). The role of cyanobacteria in Southern California salt marsh food webs. Marine Ecology, 32(3), 346–363.
Jones, C. G., Gutierrez, J. L., Byers, J. E., Crooks, J. A., Lambrinos, J. G., & Talley, T. S. (2010). A framework for understanding physical ecosystem engineering by organisms. Oikos, 119(12), 1862–1869.
Holyoak, M., Talley, T. S., & Hogle, S. E. (2010). The effectiveness of US mitigation and monitoring practices for the threatened Valley elderberry longhorn beetle. Journal of Insect Conservation, 14(1), 43–52.
Fremier, A. K., & Talley, T. S. (2009). Scaling riparian conservation with river hydrology: lessons from blue elderberry along four California rivers. Wetlands, 29(1), 150–162.
Vaghti, M., Holyoak, M., Williams, A., Talley, T., Fremier, A., & Greco, S. (2009). Understanding the ecology of blue elderberry to inform landscape restoration in semiarid river corridors. Environmental Management, 43(1), 28–37.
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Talley, T. S., Fleishman, E., Holyoak, M., Murphy, D. D., & Ballard, A. (2007). Rethinking a rare-species conservation strategy in an urban landscape: The case of the valley elderberry longhorn beetle. Biological Conservation, 135(1), 21–32.
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Talley, T. S., & Crooks, J. A. (2007). Habitat conversion associated with bioeroding marine isopods. In K. Cuddington, J. E. Byers, W. G. Wilson, & A. Hastings (Eds.), Ecosystem Engineers — Plants to Protists: Vol. Volume 4 (pp. 185–202). Academic Press.
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Talley, T. S., Holyoak, M., & Piechnik, D. A. (2006). The effects of dust on the federally threatened Valley elderberry longhorn beetle. Environmental Management, 37(5), 647–658.
Hewitt, J. E., Cummings, V. J., Ellis, J. I., Funnell, G., Norkko, A., Talley, T. S., & Thrush, S. F. (2003). The role of waves in the colonisation of terrestrial sediments deposited in the marine environment. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 290(1), 19–47.
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