Gyorgy T. Barabas, Ph.D.

2013 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Ecology Biology
"Gyorgy Barabas"


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Annette M. Ostling grad student 2013 University of Michigan
 (The Robustness of Ecological Communities: Theory and Application.)
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Weiss-Lehman CP, Werner CM, Bowler CH, et al. (2022) Disentangling key species interactions in diverse and heterogeneous communities: A Bayesian sparse modelling approach. Ecology Letters
Clark AT, Arnoldi JF, Zelnik YR, et al. (2021) General statistical scaling laws for stability in ecological systems. Ecology Letters
Pastore AI, Barabás G, Bimler MD, et al. (2021) The evolution of niche overlap and competitive differences. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Zhang H, Bearup D, Nijs I, et al. (2020) Dispersal network heterogeneity promotes species coexistence in hierarchical competitive communities. Ecology Letters
Pásztor L, Barabás G, Meszéna G. (2020) Competitive Exclusion and Evolution: Convergence Almost Never Produces Ecologically Equivalent Species: (A Comment on McPeek, "Limiting Similarity? The Ecological Dynamics of Natural Selection among Resources and Consumers Caused by Both Apparent and Resource Competition"). The American Naturalist. 195
Kozlov V, Vakulenko S, Barabás G, et al. (2020) Biomass and biodiversity in species-rich tritrophic communities Ecological Complexity. 43: 100854
Song C, Barabás G, Saavedra S. (2019) On the Consequences of the Interdependence of Stabilizing and Equalizing Mechanisms. The American Naturalist. 194: 627-639
Rael RC, D'Andrea R, Barabás G, et al. (2018) Emergent niche structuring leads to increased differences from neutrality in species abundance distributions. Ecology
Barabás G, D'Andrea R, Stump SM. (2018) Chesson's coexistence theory Ecological Monographs. 88: 277-303
Barabás G. (2017) The coexistence problem revisited. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 1: 1425-1426
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