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Trussell GC, CM Matassa, and PJ Ewanchuk. 2017. Moving beyond linear food chains: trait-mediated indirect interactions in a rocky intertidal food web. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 1851. (Featured on: Earth Times)
Matassa, CM, SC Donelan, B Luttbeg, and GC Trussell. 2016. Resource levels and prey state influence antipredator behavior and the strength of nonconsumptive predator effects. Oikos 125: 1478-1488. (Featured on: Oikos Blog & Northeastern College of Science)
Matassa, CM and GC Trussell. 2015. Effects of predation risk across a latitudinal temperature gradient. Oecologia 177: 775 - 784. (Featured on: Northeastern College of Science)
Matassa, CM and GC Trussell. 2014. Prey state shapes the effects of temporal variation in predation risk. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20141952. (Featured on: Northeastern College of Science)
Miller, LP, CM Matassa, and GC Trussell. 2014. Climate change enhances the negative effects of predation risk on an intermediate consumer. Global Change Biology 20: 3834 - 3844.
Matassa, CM and GC Trussell. 2011. Landscape of fear influences the relative importance of consumptive and nonconsumptive predator effects. Ecology 92: 2258 - 2266.
Trussell, GC, CM Matassa, and B Luttbeg. 2011. The effects of variable predation risk on foraging and growth: less risk is not necessarily better. Ecology 92: 1799 - 1806.
Matassa, CM 2010. Purple sea urchins Strongylocentrotus purpuratus reduce grazing rates in response to risk cues from spiny lobsters Panulirus interruptus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 400: 233 - 288.
Trussell, GC, PJ Ewanchuk, and CM Matassa. 2008. Resource identity modifies the influence of predation risk on ecosystem function. Ecology 89: 2798 - 2807.
Trussell, GC, PJ Ewanchuk, and CM Matassa. 2006. Habitat effects on the relative importance of trait- and density-mediated indirect interactions. Ecology Letters 9: 1245 - 1252.
Trussell, GC, PJ Ewanchuk, and CM Matassa. 2006. The fear of being eaten reduces energy transfer in a simple food chain. Ecology 87: 2979 - 2984.