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  1. Dong, X. 2020. A Trait-based Approach to Self-organized Pattern Formation in Ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. DOI 10.3389/fevo.2020.580447
  2. Dong, X, NB Grimm, JB Heffernan, & R Muneepeerakul. 2020. Interactions between Physical Template and Self-organization Shape Plant Dynamics in a Stream Ecosystem. Ecosystems 23:891-905
  3. Dong, X & SG Fisher. 2019. Ecosystem self-organization: free order for nothing? Ecological Complexity 38:24-30
  4. Dong, X, AB Murray, & JB Heffernan. 2019. Ecohydrologic feedbacks controlling sizes of cypress wetlands in a patterned karst landscape. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44:1178-1191
  5. Dong, X, MJ Cohen, J Martin, AB Murray, D McLaughlin, N Ward & JB Heffernan. 2019. Ecohydrologic processes and soil cover feedbacks control limestone-weathering rate in a karst landscape. Chemical Geology 527:118774
  6. Chamberlin C, B Thomas, A Brown, MJ Cohen, X Dong et al. 2019. Mass balance implies Holocene development of a low-relief karst patterned landscape. Chemical Geology  527: 118782
  7. Corman, J, S Collins, E Cook, X Dong, L Gherardi, NB Grimm, R Hale, T Lin, J Romas, L Reichmann, O Sala. 2019. Foundations and frontiers of ecosystem science: Legacy of a classic paper (Odum 1969)Ecosystems  22:1160-1172 
  8. Ruhí, A, X Dong, C Holt, DP Batzer & JL Sabo. 2018. Detrimental effects of a novel flow regime on the functional trajectory of an aquatic invertebrate metacommunity. Global Change Biology 24:3749-3765
  9. Heffernan JB, X Dong, & A Braswell. 2018. Multiple stable states and regime shifts. Oxford Bibliographies in Environmental Science. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199363445-0095
  10. Dong, X, A Ruhí & NB Grimm. 2017. Evidence for self-organization in determining spatial patterns of stream nutrients, despite primacy of the geomorphologic template. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  114: E4744-E4752
  11. Dong, X, DA Lytle, J Olden, T Schriever & R Muneepeerakul. 2017. Importance of neutral processes varies in time and space: evidence from dryland stream ecosystems. PLoS ONE 12: e0176949  
  12. Dong, X, NB Grimm, K Ogle & J Franklin. 2016. Inter-annual hydrological variability modified response of wetland distribution to geomorphology. Journal of Ecology  104:18-30   (commentary on the article)
  13. Dong, X, R Muneepeerakul, J Olden & DA Lytle. 2015. The effect of spatial configuration of habitat capacity on β diversity.  Ecosphere  6: art220
  14. Guy-Haim, T, H Alexander, TW Bell, RL Bier, LE Bortolotti, C Briseno-Avena, X Dong, et al. 2017. How do experimental characteristics of aquatic mesocosms change the direction and magnitude of effect sizes in climate change research? Environmental Evidence  6:6 DOI 10.1186/s13750-017-0084-0
  15. Kelly, PT, T Bell, AJ Reisinger, TL Spanbauer, LE Bortolotti, JA Brentrup, C Briseño-Avena, X Dong, et al. 2017. Ecological Dissertation in the Aquatic Sciences (Eco-DAS): An excellent networking and professional development opportunity for early career aquatic scientists. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin  26: 25-30
  16. Gu, BJ, X Dong, C Peng, W Luo, J Chang & Y Ge. 2012. The long-term impact of urbanization on nitrogen patterns and dynamics in Shanghai, China. Environmental Pollution  171:30-37