Elliott Smith EA, Fox MD. (2021). Characterizing energy flow in kelp forests: a review of the biogeochemical evidence and a call for additional research. Ecography. 44:1-16.
 Elliott Smith EA, Harrod C, Docmac F, Newsome SD. (2020). Intraspecific variation and energy channel coupling in a Chilean kelp forest. Ecology. e03198.
 Dombrosky JD, Besser AC, Elliott Smith EA, Conrad C, Pagès Barceló, L, Newsome SD. (2020). Resource Risk and Stability in the Zooarchaeological Record: The Case of Pueblo Fishing in the Middle Rio Grande. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. 12:1-11.
 Elliott Smith EA, Tinker MT, Whistler EL, Kennett DJ, Hylkema M, Vellanoweth RL, Gifford-Gonzalez D, Newsome SD. (2020). Reductions in the dietary niche of southern sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis) from the Holocene to the Anthropocene. Ecology and Evolution 10:3318-3329.
 Phillips ND*, Elliott Smith EA*, Newsome SD, Houghton JDR, Carson C, Alfaro Shigueto J, Mange lJ, Eagling LE, Kubicek L, Harrod C. (2020). Bulk & amino acid stable isotope analysis reveal global ontogenetic patterns in ocean sunfish diet and habitat-use. Marine Ecological Progress Series 633:127-140.
*Denotes joint first authors
 Tomé CP, Smith FA, Elliott Smith EA, Lyons SK, Newsome SD, Stafford Jr TW. (2019). The response of a small herbivorous mammal (Sigmodon hispidus, hispid cotton rat) to the Late Pleistocene megafauna extinction. Ecography 42:1-16.
 Fox MD, Elliott Smith EA, Smith JE, Newsome SD. (2019). Trophic plasticity in a common reef-building coral: Insights from δ13C analysis of essential amino acids. Functional Ecology 00:1-12.
 Whiteman JP, Elliott Smith EA, Besser AC, Newsome SD. (2019). Using compound-specific stable isotope analysis to study molecular and ecological diversity. Diversity 11:8.
 Elliott Smith EA, Harrod C, Newsome SD. (2018). The importance of kelp production to an intertidal ecosystem varies by trophic level – insights from amino acid δ13C analysis. Ecosphere 9:e02516.
 Hixon SW, Elliott Smith EA, Crowley BE, Perry GH, Kennett DJ, Newsome SD. (2018). Patterns in δ15N Values for Amino Acids in Lemur Bone Are Inconsistent with Aridity Driving Megafaunal Extinction in Southwestern Madagascar. Journal of Quaternary Science 33:958-968.
 Braje TJ, Rick TC, Szpak P, Newsome SD, McCain JM, Elliott Smith EA, Glassow M, Hamilton SL (2017). Historical ecology and the conservation of large, hermaphroditic fishes in Pacific Coast kelp forest ecosystems. Science Advances 3.
 Elliott S, Jeffery N, Hunke E, Deal C, Jin M, Wang S, Elliott Smith EA, Oestreicher S (2017). Strategies for the simulation of sea ice organic chemistry: Arctic tests and development. Geosciences 7:52.
 Yeakel JD, Bhat U, Elliott Smith EA, Newsome SD (2016). Exploring the isotopic niche: isotopic variance, physiological incorporation, and the temporal dynamics of foraging. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4:2188
 Smith FA, Tomé CP, Elliott Smith EA, Lyons SK, Newsome SD, Stafford TW (2015). Unraveling the consequences of the terminal Pleistocene megafauna extinction on mammal community assembly. Ecography 39:223-239.
 Elliott Smith EA, Newsome SD, Estes JA, Tinker MT (2015). The cost of reproduction: differential resource specialization in female and male California sea otters. Oecologia 178:17-29.
Publications Submitted/In Review:
 Elliott Smith EA, Braje TJ, Gobalet KW, Campbell B, Newsome SD, Rick TC. (In Review). Archaeology and Stable Isotope Analyses reveal a Diverse Pre-Industrial Food Web and Patterns of Fishing Across the Food Web by Island Chumash. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
 Reeder-Myers LA, Braje TJ, Hofman CA, Elliott Smith EA, Garland C, Grone M, Hadden CS, Hatch M, Hunt T, Kelley A, LeFebvre M, Lockman M, McKechnie I, McNiven IJ, Newsom B, Pluckhahn T, Sanchez G, Schwadron M, Smith K, Smith T, Spiess A, Tayac G, Thompson VD, Weitzel EM, Rick TC. (In Review). Forgotten Fisheries, Indigenous Communities, and the Shifting Baseline of Global Oyster Harvest. Nature Sustainability.
 Elliott Smith EA, Fox MD, Fogel ML, Newsome SD. (In Review). Amino acid 13C fingerprints of nearshore marine autotrophs are consistent across broad spatiotemporal scales: an intercontinental isotopic library and likely biochemical drivers. Functional Ecology.
 Smith FA, Elliott Smith EA, Villaseñor A, Tomé CP, Lyons SK, Newsome SD. (In Review). The Missing Pieces: changes in the ecological niche of a mammal community in North America over the late Quaternary. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
 Besser AC, Elliott Smith EA, Newsome SD. (In Revision). An essential amino acid 13C fingerprint library for use in southwestern food web and plant-microbe interaction studies. Journal of Ecology.
Manuscripts In Preparation:
Elliott Smith EA, Moss ML, Gill V, Newsome SD. Understanding the dietary and ecological niche of a recovering keystone predator using stable isotope analysis of modern and zooarchaeological material.
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