Ball-Damerow, J.E., L.K. M’Gonigle, R.H. Resh. 2014. “Landscape, climate, and habitat factors influencing assemblages of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) in California and Nevada.” Journal of Insect Conservation. In Review.
Ball-Damerow, J.E., L.K. M’Gonigle, R.H. Resh. 2014. “Changes in occurrence, richness, and biological traits of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) in California and Nevada over the past century.” Biodiversity and Conservation. In Press.
Ball-Damerow, J.E. 2013. “Catching the bug: a swarm of volunteers to digitize insect specimens.” Berkeley Science Review. Fall.
Ball, J.E., L.A. Bêche, P.K. Mendez & V.H. Resh. 2013. “Biodiversity in Mediterranean-climate streams of California.” Hydrobiologia. 719 (1) 187-213.
Hill, A., R. Guralnick., A. Smith, A. Sallans, R.G. Gillespie, M. Denslow, J. Gross, Z. Murrell, T. Conyers, P.T. Oboyski, J.E. Ball, A. Thomer, R. Prys-Jones, J. de Torre, P. Kociolek & L. Fortson. 2012.”The Notes from Nature tool for unlocking biodiversity records from museum records through citizen science.” Zookeys. 209 :219-33.
Ball, J.E. 2011. “Digitizing the drawers: moving natural history collections online.” Berkeley Science Review. Fall.
Ball, J., S. Diver & J. Hwan. 2009. “Evidence of streamflow and sediment effects on juvenile coho and benthic macroinvertebrates of Lagunitas Creek and San Geronimo Creek, Marin County, California.” UC Berkeley Water Resources Archives. May.