In Press Lockwood, J.L., M.F. Hoopes, and M.P. Marchetti. Invasion Ecology. Blackwell Scientific Press, UK.
2001 Lockwood, J.L. and McKinney, M. editors. Biotic Homogenization. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
In Press Marchetti, M.P., J.L. Lockwood and T. Light. Urbanization promotes invasion and extinction but not homogenization among California freshwater fishes. Biological Conservation.
In Press Lockwood, J.L. Life in a double-hotspot: the transformation of Hawaiian bird diversity following invasion and extinction. Biological Invasions.
In Press Lockwood, J.L. Predicting which species will become invasive: what’s taxonomy got to do with it? In: Phylogeny and Conservation, edited by A. Purvis, J. Gittleman and T. Brooks. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
2005 Lockwood, J.L. Introduction: Insights into biogeography. Pages 309-314, in D. Sax, J. Stachowicz and S. Gaines (eds). Species Invasions – insights into ecology, evolution and biogeography. Sinauer Press.
2005 McKinney, M.L. and J.L. Lockwood. Community composition and homogenization: eveness and abundance of native and exotic species. Pages 365-381 in, D. Sax, J. Stachowicz and S. Gaines (eds). Species Invasions – insights into ecology, evolution and biogeography. Sinauer Press.
2005 Pejchar, L, K. Holl and J. Lockwood. Hawaiian honeycreeper home range size varies with habitat: implications for native Acacia koa forestry. Ecological Applications 15(3): 1053-1061.
2005 Lockwood, J.L. P. Cassey, and T.M. Blackburn. The role of propagule pressure in explaining species invasion. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20(5): 223-228.
2005 Cassey, P., T.M. Blackburn, R.P. Duncan, and J.L. Lockwood. Lessons from the establishment of exotic species: a meta-analytical case study using birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 74(2): 250-258.
2004 Lockwood, J.L. How do biological invasions alter diversity patterns? A biogeographical perspective. Pages 271-310, in Frontiers in Biogeography, edited by M. Lomolino and L. Heaney. Sinauer Press.
2004 Lockwood, J.L. and J. Gilroy. The portability of foodweb dynamics: reassembling an Australian eucalypt-psyllid-bird association within California. Global Ecology and Biogeography 13:445-450.
2004 Cassey, P., T.M. Blackburn, R.P. Duncan, D. Sol and J. Lockwood. Global patterns of introduction effort and establishment success in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 271:S405-S408.
2004 Cassey, P., T.M. Blackburn, G. Russell, K. Jones, and J.L. Lockwood. Influences on the transport and establishment of exotic bird species: a analysis of the parrots (Psittaciformes) of the world. Global Change Biology 10:427-426.
2004 Cassey, P., T.M. Blackburn, K. Jones, and J.L. Lockwood. Mistakes in the analysis of exotic species establishment: source pool designation and correlates of introduction success among parrots (Psittaciformes) of the world. Journal of Biogeography 31:277-284
2004 Lockwood, J.L. and C.L. Samuels. Assembly models and restoration practice. Pages 55-70 in, Assembly rules and restoration ecology: bridging the gap between theory and practice, edited by V. Temperton, R. Hobbs, S. Halle, and T. Nuttle. Island Press, Washington DC.
2003 Lockwood, J.L. M. Ross, and J. Sah. Smoke on the water: the influence of fire and hydrology on Everglades restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(1): 462-468.
2003 Samuels, C.L. and J.L. Lockwood. Weeding out surprises: incorporating uncertainty into restoration models. Ecological Restoration, 20(4):262-269.
2002 Lockwood, J.L., G.J. Russell, J.L. Gittleman, C. Daehler, M.L. McKinney and A. Purvis. A metric for analyzing taxonomic patterns of extinction risk. Conservation Biology, 16(4):1137-1142.
2001 Lockwood, J.L., K.H. Fenn, J.M. Caudill, D. Okines, J.R. Duncan, O.L. Bass, Jr., and S.L. Pimm. The implications of Cape Sable seaside sparrow demography for Everglades restoration. Animal Conservation 4:275-281.
2001 Duncan, J. R. and J.L. Lockwood. Extinction in a field of bullets: a search for causes in the decline of freshwater fishes. Biological Conservation 102:97-105.
2001 Lockwood, J.L., D. Simberloff, M. McKinney, and B. Von Holle. How many, and which, plants will invade natural areas. Biological Invasions 3:1-8.
2001 Duncan, J.R. and J.L. Lockwood. Spatial homogenization of the aquatic fauna of Tennessee: extinction and invasion following land use change and habitat alteration. Pages 245-258, in, Biotic Homogenization, edited by J.L. Lockwood and M.L. McKinney, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, New York.
2001 McKinney, M.L. and J.L. Lockwood. Biotic homogenization: a sequential and selective process. Pages 1-18, in Biotic Homogenization, edited by J.L. Lockwood and M.L. McKinney, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, New York.
2000 Lockwood, J.L. and K.H. Fenn. The recovery of the Cape Sable seaside sparrow through restoration of the Everglades ecosystem. Endangered Species UPDATE 17(1):10-14.
2000 Lockwood, J.L., T.M. Brooks, and M.L. McKinney. Taxonomic homogenization of the global avifauna. Animal Conservation 3:27-35.
1999 McKinney, M. L. and Lockwood, J.L. Biotic homogenization: a few winners replacing many losers in the next mass extinction. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14(11):450-453.
1999 Lockwood, J.L. Using taxonomy to predict success among introduced avifauna: relative importance of transport and establishment. Conservation Biology 13(3):560-567.
1999 Lockwood, J.L., M.P. Moulton and K. Balent. Introduced avifaunas as natural experiments in community assembly. Pages 108-129, in Ecological Assembly Rules: Perspectives, Advances and Retreats, edited by E. Weiher and P.A. Keddy., Cambridge University Press.
1999 Lockwood, J.L. and S.L. Pimm. When does restoration succeed? Pages 363-392, in Ecological Assembly Rules: Perspectives, Advances and Retreats, edited by E. Weiher and P.A. Keddy., Cambridge University Press.
1997 Lockwood, J.L. R.D. Powell, M.P. Nott, and S.L. Pimm. Assembling ecological communities in time and space. Oikos. 80:549-553.
1997 Lockwood, J.L., M.P. Moulton and R.K. Brooke. Morphological dispersion of the introduced land-birds of Saint Helena. Ostrich 67:111-117.
1997 Lockwood, J.L., K.H. Fenn, J.L. Curnutt, D. Rosenthal, K.L. Balent, and A.L. Mayer. Life history of the endangered Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow. Wilson Bulletin 109(4):720-731.
1997 Lockwood, J.L. An alternative to succession: Assembly rules offer guide to restoration efforts. Restoration and Management Notes 15(1): 45–50.
1996 McKinney, M.L., J.L. Lockwood, and D. R. Frederick. Does ecosystem and evolutionary stability include rare species? In New Perspectives on Faunal Stability in the Fossil Record, edited by L.C. Ivany and K.M. Schopf. Special issue of Paleogeology, Paleoclimatology and Paleoecology 127(1–4):191–208.
1995 Brooke, R.K., J.L. Lockwood, and M.P. Moulton. Patterns of success in passeriform bird introductions on Saint Helena. Oecologia 103(3):337-342.
1994 Lockwood, J.L. and S.L. Pimm. Species: would any of them be missed? Current Biology 4(5):455 - 457.
1994 Lockwood, J.L. and M.P. Moulton. Ecomorphological pattern in Bermuda birds: the influence of competition and implications for nature preserves. Evolutionary Ecology 8:53 - 60.
1994 Lockwood, J.L., J.E. Greene, K. Wakelee, E. VanGelder, S. Ashe, and R. Aburomia. A description of Maui Parrotbill (Pseudonester xanthophrys) nests and nesting behavior. ‘Elepaio 54(10):61-64.
1994 Curnutt, J., J.L. Lockwood, H. Luh, P. Nott, and G. Russell. Hotspots and species diversity. Nature 367:326-327.
1993 Lockwood, J.L., M.P. Moulton, and S.K. Anderson. Morphological assortment and the assembly of communities of introduced Passeriformes on oceanic islands: Tahiti vs. Oahu. The American Naturalist 141(3):398-408.
1993 Scott, M.A., J. L. Lockwood, and M.P. Moulton. Effects of microhabitat on nest box selection and annual productivity of Eastern Bluebirds (Sialia sialis) in southeastern Georgia. Texas Journal of Science 45(1):77-85.
1992 Moulton, M.P. and J.L. Lockwood. Morphological dispersion of introduced Hawaiian finches: evidence for competition and a Narcissus effect. Evolutionary Ecology 6:45-55.