* denotes Pomona students
Curry, P.A., N.W. Yeung, K.A. Hayes, W.M. Meyer III, A.D. Taylor and R.H. Cowie. 2016. "Rapid range expansion of a predator and its impact on endemic Hawaiian land snails." Biological Invasions 18: 1769-1780.
Wheeler*, M. M., M. M. Dipman*, T. A. Adams*, A. V. Runia, C. R. Robins, and W. M. Meyer III. 2016. Carbon and nitrogen storage in California sage scrub and non-native grasslands. Journal of Arid Ecosystems 129: 119-125.
Meyer, W. M. III, J. Eble, K. Franklin, R. B. McManus*, S. L. Brantley, J. Henkel*, P. E. Marek, W. E. Hall, C. A. Olson, R. McInroy*, E. M. Bernal-Loaiza*, R. C. Brusca and W. Moore. 2015. Ground-dwelling arthropod communities of a sky island mountain range in southeastern Arizona, USA: obtaining a baseline for assessing the effects of climate change. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0135210.
Staubus*, W. J., E. S. Boyd*, T. A. Adams*, D. M. Spear*, M. M. Dipman* and W. M. Meyer III. 2015. Ant communities in native sage scrub, non-native grassland, and suburban habitats in Los Angeles County, USA: conservation implications. Journal of Insect Conservation 19: 669-680.
Meyer, W.M., III, D. T. A. Gary, N. W. Yeung, C. Dirks, K. Leung, J. A. Léon*, D. T. B. Ressler*, P. A. Curry and K. A. Hayes. 2014. Native arboreal land snails in the Mt. Kaala Natural Area Reserve, Oahu, Hawaii, have similar plant preferences: implications for conservation. Journal of Molluscan Studies 80: 469-472.
Durkan, T. H., N. W. Yeung, W. M. Meyer III, K. A. Hayes, and R. H. Cowie. 2013. Evaluating the efficacy of land snail survey techniques in Hawaii: implications for conservation throughout the Pacific. Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 3223-3232.
Meyer, W. M., III, R. Ostertag, and R. H. Cowie. 2013. Influence of terrestrial molluscs on litter decomposition and nutrient release in a Hawaiian rainforest. Biotropica 45: 719-720. November 2013 editor’s choice
Brusca R. C., J. Wiens, W. M. Meyer III, J. Eble, K. Franklin, J. T. Overpeck, and W. Moore. 2013. Dramatic response to rapid climate change in the Southwest: Robert Whittaker’s 1963 Santa Catalina Mountains plant transect revisited. Ecology and Evolution 3: 3307-3319.
Moore, W., W. M. Meyer III, J. Eble, K. Franklin, J. Wiens, and R. C. Brusca. In Press. Introduction to the Arizona Sky Island Arthropod Project (ASAP): Systematics, Biogeography, Ecology, and Population Genetics of Arthropods of the Madrean Sky Islands. Proceedings of the Madrean Archipelago Biodiversity Assessment Conference
Meyer, W. M., III. 2012. Native Hawaiian succineids prefer non-native ginger (Hedychium spp.) plant species in the Kohala Mountains, Hawaii: conservation ramifications. American Malacological Bulletin 30:147-151.
Meyer, W. M., III, and R. H. Cowie. 2011. Distribution, movement and micro-habitat use of the introduced predatory snail Euglandina rosea in the Waianae Mountains, Oahu: implications for management. Invertebrate Biology 130:325-333.
Meyer, W. M., III, and N. Yeung. 2011. Trophic relationships among molluscs and other invertebrates in a Hawaiian rainforest based on carbon and nitrogen isotopic ratios. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27:441-445.
Meyer, W. M., III, R. Ostertag, and R. H. Cowie. 2011. Macro-invertebrates accelerate litter decomposition and nutrient release in Hawaii. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:206-211.
Meyer, W. M., III, and R. H. Cowie. 2010. Feeding preferences of two predatory snails introduced to Hawaii and their conservation implications. Malacologia 53:135-144.
Meyer, W. M., III, and R. H. Cowie. 2010. Invasive temperate species are a threat to tropical island biodiversity. Biotropica 42:732-738.
Meyer, W. M., III, and A. Shiels. 2009. Black rat (Rattus rattus) predation on nonindigenous snails in Hawai‘i: complex management implications. Pacific Science 63:339-347.
Cowie, R. H., K. A. Hayes, C. T. Tran, and W. M. Meyer III. 2008. The horticultural industry as a vector for alien snails and slugs: widespread invasion in Hawaii. International Journal of Pest Management 54:267-276.
Meyer, W. M., III, K. A. Hayes, and A. L. Meyer. 2008. Giant African snail, Achatina fulica, as a snail predator. American Malacological Bulletin 24:117-119.
Meyer, W. M., III. 2006. Records of rare ground-dwelling land snails on Oahu. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 88:57-58.