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Brose U, Archambault P, Barnes AD, et al. (2019) Predator traits determine food-web architecture across ecosystems. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Aguilera MA, Valdivia N, Jenkins S, et al. (2018) Asymmetric competitive effects during species range expansion: an experimental assessment of interaction strength between 'equivalent' grazer species in their range overlap. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Freilich MA, Wieters E, Broitman BR, et al. (2018) Species co-occurrence networks: can they reveal trophic and non-trophic interactions in ecological communities? Ecology
Kéfi S, Miele V, Wieters EA, et al. (2016) How Structured Is the Entangled Bank? The Surprisingly Simple Organization of Multiplex Ecological Networks Leads to Increased Persistence and Resilience. Plos Biology. 14: e1002527
Ewers-Saucedo C, Pringle JM, Sepúlveda HH, et al. (2016) The oceanic concordance of phylogeography and biogeography: a case study in Notochthamalus. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 4403-4420
Sonia Kéfi, Berlow EL, Wieters EA, et al. (2015) Network structure beyond food webs: mapping non-trophic and trophic interactions on Chilean rocky shores. Ecology. 96: 291-303
Valdivia N, Aguilera MA, Navarrete SA, et al. (2015) Disentangling the effects of propagule supply and environmental filtering on the spatial structure of a rocky shore metacommunity Marine Ecology Progress Series. 538: 67-79
Navarrete SA, Largier JL, Vera G, et al. (2015) Tumbling under the surf: Wave-modulated settlement of intertidal mussels and the continuous settlement-relocation model Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520: 101-121
Fernandez MO, Navarrete SA, Marques AC. (2015) A comparison of temporal turnover of species from benthic cnidarian assemblages in tropical and subtropical harbours Marine Biology Research. 11: 492-503
Stuart-Smith RD, Bates AE, Lefcheck JS, et al. (2015) The potential of trait-based approaches to contribute to marine conservation Marine Policy. 51: 148-150
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