Ogbunugafor, C. B., & Yitbarek, S. (2024). Towards a fundamental theory of taxon transitions in microbial communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 121(11).

Yitbarek, S, Guittar, J., Knutie, S.A., Ogbunugafor, C.B. “Deconstructing taxa x taxa x environment interactions in the microbiota: A theoretical examination”. Iscience, 26(10).

Yitbarek, S., Chen, K., Celestin, M., & McCary, M. (2023). Spatiotemporal patterns of urban mosquitoes are modulated by socioeconomic status and environmental traits in the United States. Ecological Applications, e2869.

Yitbarek, S., Bailey, K., Tyler, S., Strickland, J., McCary, M., & Harris, N. C. (2021). Inclusive Sustainability Approaches in Common-Pool Resources from the Perspective of Blackologists. BioScience, 71(7).

Berg, M., Goudeau, D., Olmsted, C., McMahon, K. D., Yitbarek, S., Thweatt, J. L., … & Roux, S. (2021). Host population diversity as a driver of viral infection cycle in wild populations of green sulfur bacteria with long standing virus-host interactions. The ISME journal, 15(6), 1569-1584.

Sealey, B. A., Beasley, D. E., Halsey, S. J., Schell, C. J., Leggett, Z. H., Yitbarek, S., & Harris, N. C. (2020). Human Dimensions. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 101(4), 1-6.

Vandermeer, J., Armbrecht, I., De la Mora, A., Ennis, K. K., Fitch, G., Gonthier, D. J., Yitbarek, S., … & Perfecto, I. (2019). The community ecology of herbivore regulation in an agroecosystem: lessons from complex systems. BioScience, 69(12), 974-996.

Yitbarek, S., & Philpott, S. M. (2019). Arboreal twig-nesting ants form dominance hierarchies over nesting resources. PeerJ, 7, e8124.

Yitbarek, S., & Vandermeer, J. H. (2017). Reduction of species coexistence through mixing in a spatial competition model. Theoretical Ecology, 10, 443-450.

Yitbarek, S., Vandermeer, J. H., & Perfecto, I. (2017). From insinuator to dominator: foraging switching by an exotic ant. Diversity and Distributions, 23(7), 820-827.

Vandermeer, J., & Yitbarek, S. (2012). Self-organized spatial pattern determines biodiversity in spatial competition. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 300, 48-56.

Yitbarek, S., Vandermeer, J. H., & Allen, D. (2011). The combined effects of exogenous and endogenous variability on the spatial distribution of ant communities in a forested ecosystem (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Environmental entomology, 40(5), 1067-1073.