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Why intraspecific trait variation matters in community ecology.
Natural populations consist of phenotypically diverse individuals that exhibit variation in their demographic parameters and intra- and inter-specific interactions. Recent experimental work indicatesExpand
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Phenology, ontogeny and the effects of climate change on the timing of species interactions.
Climate change is altering the phenology of many species and the timing of their interactions with other species, but the impacts of these phenological shifts on species interactions remain unclear.Expand
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Crossing habitat boundaries: coupling dynamics of ecosystems through complex life cycles.
Ecosystems are often indirectly connected through consumers with complex life cycles (CLC), in which different life stages inhabit different ecosystems. Using a structured consumer resource modelExpand
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Species Coexistence and Pathogens with Frequency‐Dependent Transmission
Pathogens that infect multiple hosts are commonly transmitted by vectors, and their transmission rate is often thought to depend on the proportion of hosts or vectors infected (i.e., frequencyExpand
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The interaction of cannibalism and omnivory: consequences for community dynamics.
  • V. Rudolf
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ecology
  • 1 November 2007
Although cannibalism is ubiquitous in food webs and frequent in systems where a predator and its prey also share a common resource (intraguild predation, IGP), its impacts on species interactions andExpand
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Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics Enable Coexistence via Neighbor-Dependent Selection
Recent studies suggest that selection can allow coexistence in situations where ecological dynamics lead to competitive exclusion, provided that there is a trade-off between traits optimal forExpand
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Consequences of stage-structured predators: cannibalism, behavioral effects, and trophic cascades.
  • V. Rudolf
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ecology
  • 1 December 2007
Cannibalistic and asymmetrical behavioral interactions between stages are common within stage-structured predator populations. Such direct interactions between predator stages can result in density-Expand
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Extreme temperature events alter demographic rates, relative fitness, and community structure.
The frequency and magnitude of extreme events are predicted to increase under future climate change. Despite recent advancements, we still lack a detailed understanding of how changes in theExpand
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Stage structure alters how complexity affects stability of ecological networks.
Resolving how complexity affects stability of natural communities is of key importance for predicting the consequences of biodiversity loss. Central to previous stability analysis has been theExpand
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Life‐History Evolution in Uncertain Environments: Bet Hedging in Time
Many vertebrates, forest herbs, and trees exhibit both variable age at maturity and iteroparity as adaptations to uncertain environments. We analyze a stochastic model that combines these twoExpand
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