Steidinger BS, Bhatnagar JM, Vilgalys R, Taylor JW, Qin C, Zhu K, Bruns TD, Peay KG. Ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity predicted to substantially decline due to climate changes in North American Pinaceae forests.
Journal of Biogeography [PDF] [Early View].
Steidinger BS, Crowther TW, Liang J, Van Nuland ME, Werner GDA, Riech P, Nabuurs GJ, de-Miguel S, Zhou M, Picard N, Herault B, Zhao X, Zhang C, Routh D, Global Forest Biodiversity Intiative (GFBI), and Peay KG. Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest tree symbioses. Nature 569, 404–408. [Pre-Print PDF] [Supplemental Materials] [Supplemental Data] [Acknowledgements] [Link] [BBC News] [Video]
Smith GR, Steidinger BS, Bruns TD, Peay KG. Competition-colonization tradeoffs structure fungal diversity. ISME. [Early View-Only Online Version] [PDF]
Jander CK, Steidinger BS. Why mutualist partners vary in quality: mutation–selection balance and incentives to cheat in the fig tree–fig wasp mutualism. Ecology Letters 10.1111/ele.12792. [PDF] [SUPPLEMENTAL] [COVER IMAGE] [NEWS COVERAGE]
Steidinger BS, Bever JD. Host discrimination in modular mutualisms: a theoretical framework for meta-populations of mutualists and exploiters. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 10.1098/rspb.2015.2428. [PDF]
Steidinger BS. Qualitative differences in tree species distributions along soil chemical gradients give clues to the mechanisms of specialization: why boron may be the most important soil nutrient at Barro Colorado Island. New Phytologist 206 (3), 895-899. [PDF]
Steidinger BS, Turner BL, Corrales A, Dalling JW. Variability in potential to exploit different soil organic phosphorus compounds among tropical montane tree species. Functional Ecology 29 (1), 121-130. [PDF] [Lay Summary] [Haldane Award Interview]
Steidinger BS, Bever JD. The coexistence of hosts with different abilities to discriminate against cheater partners: an evolutionary game-theory approach. American Naturalist 183 (6), 762-770. [PDF]