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  • Geometric complexity and the information-theoretic comparison of functional-response models
  • Collective behaviour can stabilize ecosystems
  • Hidden layers of density dependence in consumer feeding rates
  • Systematic bias in studies of consumer functional responses
  • Systematic bias in studies of consumer functional responses
  • Temporal shifts in intraspecific and interspecific diet variation among 3 stream predators
  • Food-web interaction strength distributions are conserved by greater variation between than within predator--prey pairs
  • Selection on stability across ecological scales
  • Community Responses to Climate-Related Variability and Disease: The Critical Importance of Long-Term Research
  • Experimental demonstration of a trophic cascade in the Gal├ípagos rocky subtidal: Effects of consumer identity and behavior
  • Quantifying predator dependence in the functional response of generalist predators
  • Rapid and direct recoveries of predators and prey through synchronized ecosystem management
  • Exact probabilities for the indeterminacy of complex networks as perceived through press perturbations
  • Timescales alter the inferred strength and temporal consistency of intraspecific diet specialization
  • PISCO: Advances Made Through the Formation of a Large-Scale, Long-Term Consortium for Integrated Understanding of Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics
  • Integrating Coastal Oceanic and Benthic Ecological Approaches for Understanding Large-Scale Meta-Ecosystem Dynamics
  • What drives interaction strengths in complex food webs? A test with feeding rates of a generalist stream predator
  • Characterizing species interactions to understand press perturbations: What is the community matrix?
  • Complexity increases predictability in allometrically constrained food webs
  • Ecosystem context and historical contingency in apex predator recoveries
  • Planning for Change: Assessing the Potential Role of Marine Protected Areas and Fisheries Management Approaches for Resilience Management in a Changing Ocean
  • The intrinsic predictability of ecological time series and its potential to guide forecasting
  • Bayesian characterization of uncertainty in species interaction strengths
  • Long-Term Studies Contribute Disproportionately to Ecology and Policy
  • Using Survival Models to Estimate Invertebrate Prey Identification Times in a Generalist Stream Fish
  • The application of Bayesian hierarchical models to quantify individual diet specialization
  • Where does the time go?: Mixing and the depth-dependent distribution of fossil ages
  • A multi-decade time series of kelp forest community structure at San Nicolas Island, California (USA)
  • Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century
  • An Online Database for Informing Ecological Network Models: http://kelpforest.ucsc.edu
  • Trophic omnivory across a productivity gradient: intraguild predation theory and the structure and strength of species interactions
  • Using the functional response of a consumer to predict biotic resistance to invasive prey
  • Probabilistic patterns of interaction: the effects of link-strength variability on food web structure
  • Structure and mechanism of diet specialisation: testing models of individual variation in resource use with sea otters
  • Merging Resource Availability with Isotope Mixing Models: The Role of Neutral Interaction Assumptions
  • Generalized modeling of ecological population dynamics
  • Nestedness patterns and the dual nature of community reassembly in California streams: a multivariate permutation-based approach
  • Predicting community responses to perturbations in the face of imperfect knowledge and network complexity
  • Why intraspecific trait variation matters in community ecology
  • The Effect of Travel Loss on Evolutionarily Stable Distributions of Populations in Space
  • Estimating nonlinear interaction strengths: an observation-based method for species-rich food webs
  • Estimating interaction strengths in nature: experimental support for an observational approach
  • Using experimental indices to quantify the strength of species interactions
  • UNDERSTANDING AND PREDICTING ECOLOGICAL DYNAMICS: ARE MAJOR SURPRISES INEVITABLE
  • Diurnal activity in a group of Gulf of Maine decapods
  • Quantifying the effects of intraspecific variation on predator feeding rates through nonlinear averaging
  • Hidden layers of density dependence in consumer feeding rates

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