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Invader Relative Impact Potential: a new metric to understand and predict the ecological impacts of existing, emerging and future invasive alien species
JTA Dick, C Laverty, JJ Lennon, D Barrios‐O'Neill, PJ Mensink, JR Britton, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1259-1267, 2017
1302017
frair: an R package for fitting and comparing consumer functional responses
DW Pritchard, RA Paterson, HC Bovy, D Barrios‐O'Neill
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (11), 1528-1534, 2017
1132017
Fortune favours the bold: a higher predator reduces the impact of a native but not an invasive intermediate predator
D Barrios‐O'Neill, JTA Dick, MC Emmerson, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (3), 693-701, 2014
862014
Predator‐free space, functional responses and biological invasions
D Barrios‐O'Neill, JTA Dick, MC Emmerson, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac
Functional Ecology 29 (3), 377-384, 2015
832015
Functional responses can unify invasion ecology
JTA Dick, ME Alexander, A Ricciardi, C Laverty, PO Downey, M Xu, ...
Biological invasions 19 (5), 1667-1672, 2017
682017
Assessing the ecological impacts of invasive species based on their functional responses and abundances
C Laverty, KD Green, JTA Dick, D Barrios-O’Neill, PJ Mensink, V Médoc, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (5), 1653-1665, 2017
492017
On the context‐dependent scaling of consumer feeding rates
D Barrios‐O'Neill, R Kelly, JTA Dick, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac, ...
Ecology Letters 19 (6), 668-678, 2016
492016
Emergent effects of structural complexity and temperature on predator–prey interactions
RJ Wasserman, ME Alexander, OLF Weyl, D Barrios‐O'Neill, ...
Ecosphere 7 (2), e01239, 2016
402016
Predicting the predatory impacts of the “demon shrimp” Dikerogammarus haemobaphes, on native and previously introduced species
HC Bovy, D Barrios-O’Neill, MC Emmerson, DC Aldridge, JTA Dick
Biological Invasions 17 (2), 597-607, 2015
382015
Predicting predatory impact of juvenile invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) on a crustacean prey using functional response analysis: effects of temperature, habitat complexity …
J South, JTA Dick, M McCard, D Barrios-O’Neill, A Anton
Environmental Biology of Fishes 100 (10), 1155-1165, 2017
282017
Deep impact: in situ functional responses reveal context‐dependent interactions between vertically migrating invasive and native mesopredators and shared prey
D Barrios‐O'Neill, JTA Dick, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac, MC Emmerson
Freshwater Biology 59 (10), 2194-2203, 2014
272014
Using functional responses to assess predator hatching phenology implications for pioneering prey in arid temporary pools
RJ Wasserman, ME Alexander, D Barrios-O'Neill, OLF Weyl, T Dalu
Journal of Plankton Research 38 (1), 154-158, 2016
252016
Functional responses of a cosmopolitan invader demonstrate intraspecific variability in consumer-resource dynamics
BR Howard, D Barrios-O’Neill, ME Alexander, JTA Dick, TW Therriault, ...
PeerJ 6, e5634, 2018
132018
Fictional responses from Vonesh et al.
JTA Dick, ME Alexander, A Ricciardi, C Laverty, PO Downey, M Xu, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (5), 1677-1678, 2017
122017
Trophic cascades and the transient keystone concept
D Barrios-O'Neill, C Bertolini, PC Collins
Biological Conservation 212, 191-195, 2017
102017
Frair: functional response analysis in R
DW Pritchard, D Barrios-O’Neill, H Bovy, R Paterson, MD Pritchard
102013
frair: Tools for Functional Response Analysis. R package version 0.5. 100
D Pritchard, D Barrios-O’Neill, H Bovy, R Paterson
82017
Biomass encounter rates limit the size scaling of feeding interactions
D Barrios‐O’Neill, R Kelly, MC Emmerson
Ecology letters 22 (11), 1870-1878, 2019
52019
Prey size and predator density modify impacts by natural enemies towards mosquitoes
A Dalal, RN Cuthbert, JTA Dick, A Sentis, C Laverty, D Barrios‐O'Neill, ...
Ecological Entomology 45 (3), 423-433, 2020
12020
Focus and social contagion of environmental organization advocacy on Twitter
D Barrios‐O'Neill
Conservation Biology 35 (1), 307-315, 2021
2021
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