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Nilon, C.H., M.F.J. Aronson, eds. (in press). Routledge Handbook of Urban Biodiversity. Routledge Press, Abingdon, UK.

Lepczyk, C., M.F.J. Aronson, F. La Sorte. (in press). Cities as sanctuaries. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Potgieter, L.J., M.F.J. Aronson, A.J. Brandt, C.N. Cook, M. Gaertner, N.E. Mandrak, D.M. Richardson, N. Shrestha, M.W. Cadotte. 2022. Prioritization and thresholds for managing biological invasions in urban ecosystems. Urban Ecosystems 25:253-271.

Piana, M.R., R.A. Hallett, M.F.J. Aronson, E. Conway, S.N. Handel. 2021. Natural regeneration in urban forests is limited by early-establishment dynamics: Implications for management. Ecological Applications 31:e02255.

La Sorte, F., M.F.J. Aronson, C. Lepczyk, K. Horton. 2020. Area is the primary correlate of annual and seasonal patterns of avian species richness in urban green spaces. Landscape and Urban Planning 203:103892.

*Piana, M.R., M.F.J. Aronson, S.T.A. Pickett, S.N. Handel. 2019. Plants in the city: Understanding plant recruitment dynamics in the urban landscape. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17:455-463.     *Cover Article

Rivkin, L.R., J.S. Santangelo, M. Alberti, M.F.J. Aronsonet al. 2018. A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology. Evolutionary Applications 12:384-398

* †‡Lepczyk, C.A., M.F.J. Aronson, et al. 2017. Biodiversity in the city: fundamental questions for understanding the ecology of urban green spaces for biodiversity conservation. BioScience 9:799-807.  *Editor’s Choice, †Cover Article, ‡ESI Highly Cited Paper

*†‡§Aronson, M.F.J., C.A. Lepczyk, et al. 2017. Biodiversity in the city: Research priorities and knowledge gaps for urban green space planning and management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15:189-196. *ESI Highly Cited Paper, †Environmental Justice in Ecological Research article collection, ‡Top 10 most read in Front Ecol Env §2022 ESA Sustainability Science Award 

*†‡Aronson, M.F.J., F.A. La Sorte, C.H. Nilon., et al. 2014 A global analysis of the impacts of urbanization on bird and plant diversity reveals key anthropogenic drivers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20133330.  *Chosen as a Community Choice Research Highlight, “most viewed papers in science” in Nature, April 2014 Volume 508.  †featured in many popular and scientific media outlets. ‡ESI Highly Cited Paper