**2018**

Haridas, C. V. and **Tenhumberg, B**. Modeling effects of ecological factors on evolution of polygenic pesticide resistance, Journal of Theoretical Biology (in press, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtbi.2018.07.034)

Jadeja, S., and **Tenhumberg, B.** Presence of fruits decrease probability of retaining flowers in a sequentially flowering plant, AoB PLANTS 10 ply033, https://doi.org/10.1093/aobpla/ply033.

Edholm, C. J., **Tenhumberg, B**., Guiver, C., Jin, Y., and Townley, S., Rebarber, R., Management of Invasive Insect Species using Optimal Control Theory, invited to be resubmitted to *Ecological Modelling 381, 36-45.*

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Crone, E.E., Ramula, S, and Tyre, A.J. Time lagged effects of weather on plant demography: drought and *Astragalus scaphoides, **Ecology* 99, 915-925.

Watts J.C., Herrig A., Miller M., Jones T.C., and **Tenhumberg B.**, Temporal variation in predation risk may explain daily rhythms of foraging behavior in an orb-weaving spider, *American Naturalist* 191, 74-87.

**2017**

Jadeja, S., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Phytophagous insect oviposition shifts in response to probability of flower abortion owing to presence of basal fruits,* Ecology and Evolution 7 , 8770–8779. *

Eager, E.A., Pilson, D., Alexander, H., and **Tenhumberg, B.**, Assessing the influence of stochastic autocorrelations on the population dynamics of a disturbance specialist plant population in a random environment, *American Naturalist 190, 570-583*.

Werle, R., **Tenhumberg, ^{ }B**., and Lindquist, J. L.:

^{ }Modeling the Evolution of Shattercane Resistance to ALS-Inhibiting Herbicides in an ALS-Tolerant Sorghum Cropping System,

*Ecological Modeling*, 343, 131-141. [Reprint]

**2016**

Haridas, C. V., Meinke, L. J., Hibbard, B. E., Siegfried, B., **Tenhumberg, B.** Density-dependent survival and temporal variation in temperature: Implications for insect population dynamics, *Ecosphere* 7 (5) e01287. 10.1002/ecs2.1287

Guiver, C., Mueller, M., Edholm, C., Rebarber, R., Jin, Y., **Tenhumberg, B.**, Powell, J., and Townley, S. (2016) Simple adaptive control for positive linear systems with applications to pest management. *SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics*, 76, 238-275** .** [Reprint]

2015

2015

Callahan, J., Rebarber, R., Strawbridge, E.,

**Tenhumberg, B**., Yuan, S.: Analysis of a coupled, n-patch population model with ceiling density dependence.

*International Journal*

*of Difference Equations, 10, 137-159.*[Reprint]

Forbes, V. E., Brain, R., Edwards, D., Galic, N., Hall, T., Honegger, J., Meyer, C., Moore, D. R. J, Nacci, D., Pastorok, R., Preuss, T. G., Railsback, S. F., Salice, C., Sibly, R. M., **Tenhumberg, B**., Thorbek, P., Wang, M. Assessing pesticide risks to threatened and endangered species using population models, *Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management* 11, 348-354. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B**., Suwa, T., Tyre, A.J., Russell, L., and Louda, S.M. (2015) Integral projection models show exotic thistle is more limited than native thistle by ambient competition and herbivory, *Ecosphere* 6, art69. [Reprint]

Nolting, B. C., Hinkelman, T. M., Brassil, C. E., and **Tenhumberg, B.** (2015) Composite random search strategies based on non-directional sensory cues, *Ecological Complexity* 22, 126-138. [Reprint]

Haridas, C.V., Keeler, K. H., and **Tenhumberg, B**. (2015): Variation in the local population dynamics of the short-lived *Opuntia macrorhiza* (Cactaceae), *Ecology* 96, 800-807. [Reprint]

Guiver, C., Logemann, H., Rebarber, R., Bill, A., **Tenhumberg, B.**, Hodgson, D., and Townley, S. (2015) Integral control for population management, *Journal of Mathematical Biology* 70, 1015-1063.** [**Reprint**]2014**Haridas, C.V., Eager, E. A., Rebarber, R., and

**Tenhumberg, B**. Frequency-dependent population dynamics: Effect of sex ratio and mating system on the elasticity of population growth rate,

*Theoretical Population Biology*97, 49-56. [Reprint]

Eager, E. A., Rebarber. R.,

**Tenhumberg, B.**: Modeling and analysis of a density-dependent stochastic integral projection model for a disturbance specialist plant and its seed bank,

*Bulletin of Mathematical Biology*76, 1809-1834. [Reprint]

Eager, E. A., Rebarber, R., and

**Tenhumberg, B**.: Global asymptotic stability of plant-seed bank models,

*Journal of Mathematical Biology*69, 1-37. [Reprint]

Prendeville, H.R.,

**Tenhumberg, B.**, and Pilson, D.: Effects of virus on plant fecundity and population dynamics,

*New Phytologis*t, 202, 1346-1356. [Reprint]

Eckberg, J.O.,

**Tenhumberg, B.**, and Louda, S.M.:

**Native insect herbivory limits population growth rate of a non-native thistle,**

*Oecologia 175, 129-138*. [Reprint]

Siegfried, B. D., Rangasamy, M., _{,}Wang, H.,_{, }Spencer,T., Haridas^{, }C.V., **Tenhumberg, B.**, Sumerford, D. V., and Storer, N. P.: Estimating the frequency of Cry1F resistance in field populations of the European Corn Borer (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), *Pest Management Science*, 70, 725-733. [Reprint]

Purandare, S.R, **Tenhumberg, B.**, and Brisson, J.: Comparison of the wing polyphenic response of pea aphids (*Acyrthosiphon pisum*) to crowding and predator cues, *Ecological Entomology* 39, 263-266. [Reprint]

**2013**

Eager, E. A., Herbert M., Hellwig, E., Hernadez, F., Rebarber, R., **Tenhumberg, B.** and Wigiantio, B.: Global attracting aquilibria for coupled systems with ceiling density dependence*, International Journal of Difference Equations * 8, 179-193. [Reprint]

Hinkelman, T. M., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Larval performance and kill rate of convergent ladybird beetles, *Hippodamia convergens*, on black bean aphids, *Aphis fabae*, and pea aphids, *Acyrthosiphon pisum*,* Journal of Insect Science 13, *Article 45*. *Available online: http//www.insectscience.org/13.45.

Eager, E., Haridas, C.V., Pilson, D., Rebarber, R., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Disturbance frequency and vertical distribution of seeds affect long-term population dynamics: a mechanistic seed bank model,* The American Naturalist*, 182, 180-190. [Reprint]

Haridas, C. V., Prendeville, H. R., Pilson, D., **Tenhumberg, B**.: Response of population size to changing vital rates in random environments, *Theoretical Ecology* 6, 21-29. [Reprint]

Ledder, G., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Creating an interdisciplinary research course in mathematical ecology, In: G. Ledder, J. P. Carpenter, and T. D. Comar (eds), Undergraduate mathematics for the life sciences: processes, models, and directions, *Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Notes series*, 81, p. 133-138. [Reprint]

Ledder, G., and **Tenhumberg, B**., and Adams, T.G. An interdisciplinary research course in theoretical ecology for young undergraduates, In: G. Ledder, J. P. Carpenter, and T. D. Comar (eds), Undergraduate mathematics for the life sciences: models, processes, and directions, *Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Notes series*, 81, p. 69-82. [Reprint]

2**012**

Eckberg, J.O., **Tenhumberg, B**., and Louda, S.M. Insect herbivory and propagule pressure influence *Cirsium vulgare *invasiveness across the landscape, *Ecology *93, 1787-1794*.* [Reprint]

Purandare, S. R., and **Tenhumberg, B.** Influence of aphid honeydew on the foraging behavior of *Hippodamia convergens *larvae (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), *Ecological Entomology *37, 184-192.[Reprint]

Rebarber, R., **Tenhumberg, B.**, and Townley, S. Global asymptotic stability of density dependent integral projection models, *Theoretical Population Biology *81, 81-87. [Reprint]

Townley, S,** **Rebarber, R., and **Tenhumberg, B.** A feedback control systems analysis of density dependent population dynamics, *Systems & Control Letter*s 61, 309-315. [Reprint]

Eager, E., Rebarber, R., and **Tenhumberg, B.** Choice of density-dependent seedling recruitment function effects predicted transient dynamics: A case study with Platte thistle, *Theoretical Ecology 5, *387-401*.*[Reprint]

**2011**

Louda, S. M., Rand, T. A., Kula A. A. R., Arnett A. E., West, N., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Priority resource access mediates competitive intensity between an invasive weevil and native floral herbivores, *Biological Invasion*, 13: 2233-2248. [Reprint]

Keeler, K., and **Tenhumberg, B.** Population dynamics of western prickly pear,*Opuntia macrorhiza* (Cactaceae). *Southwestern Naturalist*, 56(2), 147–153. [Reprint]

**2010**

**Tenhumberg, B.** Ignoring population structure can lead to erroneous predictions of population size. *Nature Education Knolwedge*, 1(10): 2, http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/ignoring-population-structure-can-lead-to-erroneous-15128671

Briggs, J., Dabbs, K., Riser-Espinoza, D., Holm, M., Lubben, J., Rebarber, B.,**Tenhumberg, B.** An Introduction to Integral Population Modeling. *Mathematics Magazine* 83, 243-257. [Reprint]

Miller, T.E.X., and **Tenhumberg, B.** Contributions of demography and dispersal parameters in the spatial spread of a stage-structured insect invasion: a comparison of local and global perturbation analyses. *Ecological Applications* 20, 620-633. [Reprint]

**2009**

Lubben, J., Boeckner, D., Rebarber, R., Townley, S. and **Tenhumberg, B. **Parameterizing the growth-decline boundary for uncertain population projection models. *Journal of Theoretical Biology* 75, 85-97. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B., **Tyre, A.J., and Rebarber, R. Model complexity affects transient population dynamics following a dispersal event: A case study with pea aphids. *Ecology* 90, 1878-1890. [Reprint]

**2008**

Miller, T.E.X., **Tenhumberg, B**., and Louda, S.M. Herbivore-mediated ecological costs of reproduction shape the life history of an iteroparous plant. *American Naturalist* 172, 141-149. [Reprint]

Lubben, J., **Tenhumberg, B**. Tyre, A.J., and Rebarber, R. Management recommendations based on matrix projection models: The importance of considering biological limits. *Biological Conservation* 14, 517-523. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B**., Louda, S.M., Eckberg, J.O.,and Takahashi, M. Monte-Carlo analysis of parameter uncertainty in matrix models of the weed *Cirsium vulgare. Journal of Applied Ecology* 45, 438-447. [Reprint**]**

**2007**

Tyre, A.J., Kerr, G.D., **Tenhumberg, B.** and Bull, C.M. Identifying mechanistic models of spatial behaviour using pattern-based modelling: an example from lizard home ranges. *Ecological Modelling* 208, 307-316.[Reprint]

Deines, A. Peterson, E, Ryan, R., Lubben, J., Keighley, A., **Tenhumberg, B**. Rebarber, R. Townley, S. Boeckner, D., Boyle, J., Kogut, J., Tyre, A.J. Robust population management under uncertainty for structured population models. *Ecological Applications* 17, 2175-2183. [Reprint]

**2006**

Tyre, A.J., **Tenhumberg, B.,** and Bull, C.M. Identyfying landscape pattern from individual scale processes. *Ecological Modelling* 199, 442-450. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B**., Siekmann, G., and Keller, M.A.Optimal time allocation in parasitic wasps searching for hosts and food. *Oikos* 113, 121-131. [Reprint]

**2004**

Siekmann, G., Keller, M.A., and **Tenhumberg, B.** The sweet tooth of adult parasitoid Cotesia rubecula: ingnoring hosts for nectar? *Journal of Insect Behavior* 17, 459-476. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Tyre , A.J. Shea, K. and Possingham, H.P. Linking wild and captive populations to maximize species persistence: optimal translocation strategies. *Conservation Biology* 18, 1304-1314.[Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Tyre , A.J., Pople, and A. Possingham, H.P. Do harvest refuges buffer kangaroos against evolutionary responses to selective harvesting. *Ecology* 85, 2003-2007. [Reprint]

**2003**

Tyre, A.J., **Tenhumberg, B.**, Field , S.A. , Niejalke, D., Parris, K., Possingham, H.P. Improving precision and reducing bias in biological surveys by estimating false negative error rates in presence-absence data. *Ecological Applications* 13, 1790-1801.[Reprint]

Tyre, A.J., Bull, C.M., **Tenhumberg, B**., and Chilton, N. Indirect evidence of density-dependent population regulation in Aponomma hydrosauri (Acari: Ixodidae), an ectoparasite of reptiles. *Austral Ecology* 28, 196-203.[Reprint]

**2001**

Siekmann, G., **Tenhumberg, B**. and Keller, M.A. Feeding and survival in parasitic wasps: Sugar concentration and timing matters. Oikos 95, 425-430.[Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Keller, M.A., Possingham, H.P., and Tyre, A.J. Optimal patch leaving behaviour: a case study using the parasitoid Cotesia rubecula. *Journal of Animal Ecology* 70, 683-691. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Keller, M.A., and Possingham, H.P. Using Cox’s proportional hazard models to implement optimal strategies: en example from behavioural ecology. *Mathematical and Computer Modelling* 33, 597-607. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B**., Keller, M.A., Possingham, H.P., and Tyre, A.J. The effect of resource aggregation at different scales: optimal foraging behaviour of Cotesiarubecula. *The American Naturalist* 158, 505-518. [Reprint]

**2000**

Tyre, A.J., **Tenhumberg, B.**, McCarthy, M.A., and Possingham, H.P. Swapping space for time and unfair tests of ecological models. *Austral Ecology* 25, 327-331. [Reprint]

Tyre, A.J., and **Tenhumberg, B**. Hidden mechanisms generate negative feedbacks in a stochastic model: a comment on Murray. *Austral Ecology* 25, 305-307. [Reprint]

**Tenhumberg, B.**, Tyre , A.J., and Roitberg, B.D. Stochastic variation in food availability influences weight and age at maturity. *Journal of Theoretical Biology* 202, 257-272. [Reprint]