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overview I am a theoretical ecologist studying mostly ecological networks. I am interested in the dynamics of large ecological communities, models for network structure, and the response of ecological communities to extinctions. My laboratory develops mathematical, computational and statistical tools for the analysis of ecological systems.

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Academic Article Phenotypic plasticity opposes species invasions by altering fitness surface.
Academic Article Parasites in food webs: the ultimate missing links.
Academic Article A general model for food web structure.
Academic Article Functional links and robustness in food webs.
Academic Article Using food web dominator trees to catch secondary extinctions in action.
Academic Article Googling food webs: can an eigenvector measure species' importance for coextinctions?
Academic Article Predicting trophic relations in ecological networks: a test of the Allometric Diet Breadth Model.
Academic Article Does sex speed up evolutionary rate and increase biodiversity?
Academic Article Interaction rules affect species coexistence in intransitive networks.
Academic Article Frequency-dependent selection predicts patterns of radiations and biodiversity.
Academic Article A competitive network theory of species diversity.
Academic Article Stability criteria for complex ecosystems.
Academic Article Food web models: a plea for groups.
Academic Article Relevance of evolutionary history for food web structure.
Academic Article Spatial guilds in the Serengeti food web revealed by a Bayesian group model.
Academic Article Ecology: The more the merrier.
Academic Article Cycling in ecological networks: Finn's index revisited.
Academic Article The dimensionality of ecological networks.
Academic Article The ghost of nestedness in ecological networks.
Academic Article Stability and feedback levels in food web models.
Academic Article Food webs: ordering species according to body size yields high degree of intervality.
Academic Article Correlation between interaction strengths drives stability in large ecological networks.
Academic Article Metapopulation persistence in random fragmented landscapes.
Academic Article What Can Interaction Webs Tell Us About Species Roles?
Academic Article Predicting the stability of large structured food webs.
Academic Article Effect of localization on the stability of mutualistic ecological networks.
Academic Article Ocean acidification affects competition for space: projections of community structure using cellular automata.
Academic Article The Effect of Intra- and Interspecific Competition on Coexistence in Multispecies Communities.
Academic Article Modularity and stability in ecological communities.
Academic Article Feasibility and coexistence of large ecological communities.
Academic Article Beyond pairwise mechanisms of species coexistence in complex communities.
Academic Article Last name analysis of mobility, gender imbalance, and nepotism across academic systems.
Academic Article Network spandrels reflect ecological assembly.
Academic Article Coexistence of many species in random ecosystems.
Academic Article Understanding the role of parasites in food webs using the group model.
Academic Article Self-regulation and the stability of large ecological networks.
Academic Article Higher-order interactions stabilize dynamics in competitive network models.
Academic Article Effect of population abundances on the stability of large random ecosystems.
Academic Article Reconciling empirical interactions and species coexistence.
Academic Article Telling ecological networks apart by their structure: A computational challenge.
Academic Article Tractable models of ecological assembly.

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