Berdahl, A.*, A. van Leeuwen*, S.A. Levin, and C.J. Torney. 2016.
Collective behavior as a driver of critical transitions in migratory populations.
Movement Ecology 4:18
*Authors contributed equally

Schröder, A, A. van Leeuwen, and T.C. Cameron. 2015.
Empirical support for different types of positive mortality effects. A reply to Abrams.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 4.30: 180-181

Gårdmark, A., M. Casini, M. Huss, A. van Leeuwen, J. Hjelm, L, Persson, and A. M. de Roos. 2015.
Regime shifts in exploited marine food webs: detecting mechanisms underlying alternative stable states using size-structured community dynamics theory.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 370: 20130262

Schröder, A., A. van Leeuwen*, and T. Cameron. 2014.
When less is more: positive population-level effects of mortality.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (11): 614–624
*Corresponding author

van Leeuwen, A., M. Huss, A. Gårdmark, and A. M. de Roos. 2014.
Ontogenetic specialism in predators with multiple niche shifts prevents predator population recovery and establishment.
Ecology 95:2409–2422

Persson, L., A. van Leeuwen, A. M. de Roos. 2014.
The ecological foundation for ecosystem-based management of fisheries – mechanistic linkages between the individual, population, and community level dynamics.
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (8): 2268-2280

van Leeuwen, A., M. Huss, A. Gårdmark, M. Casini, F. Vitale, J. Hjelm, L. Persson, and A. M. de Roos. 2013.
Predators with multiple ontogenetic niche shifts have limited potential for population growth and top-down control of their prey.
The American Naturalist 182 (1), 53-66
Was recommended: http://f1000.com/prime/718023983#recommendations Received the NERN publication award, first prize 2014

Huss, M., A. M. de Roos, A. van Leeuwen, and A Gårdmark. 2014.
Facilitation of fisheries by natural predators depends on life history of shared prey.
Oikos 123: 1071–1080

Huss M., A. M. de Roos, A. van Leeuwen, M. Casini, and A. Gårdmark. 2013.
Cohort dynamics give rise to alternative stable community states.
The American Naturalist 182 (3), 374-386

van Leeuwen, A. 2012.
The Cod Delusion – Implications of life-history complexity for predator-prey community dynamics.
PhD-Thesis, University of Amsterdam

Huss M., A. Gårdmark, A. van Leeuwen, and A. M. de Roos. 2012.
Size- and food-dependent growth drives patterns of competitive dominance along productivity gradients.
Ecology 93 (4), 847-857

van Leeuwen, A., A. M. de Roos, and L. Persson. 2008.
How cod shapes its world.
Journal of Sea Research 60, 89-104