J. Timothy Wootton
J. Timothy Wootton
Professor of Ecology and Evolution, The University of Chicago
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The nature and consequences of indirect effects in ecological communities
JT Wootton
Annual review of ecology and systematics 25 (1), 443-466, 1994
10761994
Dynamic patterns and ecological impacts of declining ocean pH in a high-resolution multi-year dataset
JT Wootton, CA Pfister, JD Forester
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (48), 18848-18853, 2008
5232008
Predicting direct and indirect effects: an integrated approach using experiments and path analysis
JT Wootton
Ecology 75 (1), 151-165, 1994
4601994
Indirect effects and habitat use in an intertidal community: interaction chains and interaction modifications
JT Wootton
The American Naturalist 141 (1), 71-89, 1993
4071993
Effects of disturbance on river food webs
JT Wootton, MS Parker, ME Power
Science 273 (5281), 1558-1561, 1996
3961996
Measurement of interaction strength in nature
JT Wootton, M Emmerson
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 36, 419-444, 2005
3512005
Hydraulic food-chain models: an approach to the study of food-web dynamics in large rivers
ME Power, A Sun, G Parker, WE Dietrich, JT Wootton
BioScience 45 (3), 159-167, 1995
3341995
Estimates and tests of per capita interaction strength: diet, abundance, and impact of intertidally foraging birds
JT Wootton
Ecological Monographs 67 (1), 45-64, 1997
3101997
Theoretical concepts and empirical approaches to measuring interaction strength
MS Laska, JT Wootton
Ecology 79 (2), 461-476, 1998
2771998
An ecological approach to preventing human infection: vaccinating wild mouse reservoirs intervenes in the Lyme disease cycle
JI Tsao, JT Wootton, J Bunikis, MG Luna, D Fish, AG Barbour
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (52), 18159-18164, 2004
2612004
Indirect effects, prey susceptibility, and habitat selection: impacts of birds on limpets and algae
JT Wootton
Ecology 73 (3), 981-991, 1992
2521992
Understanding and predicting ecological dynamics: are major surprises inevitable
DF Doak, JA Estes, BS Halpern, U Jacob, DR Lindberg, J Lovvorn, ...
Ecology 89 (4), 952-961, 2008
2452008
Productivity, consumers, and the structure of a river food chain.
JT Wootton, ME Power
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (4), 1384-1387, 1993
2241993
Effects of disturbance on species diversity: a multitrophic perspective
JT Wootton
The American Naturalist 152 (6), 803-825, 1998
2151998
Local interactions predict large-scale pattern in empirically derived cellular automata
JT Wootton
Nature 413 (6858), 841-844, 2001
2102001
Indirect effects in complex ecosystems: recent progress and future challenges
JT Wootton
Journal of Sea Research 48 (2), 157-172, 2002
2092002
Field parameterization and experimental test of the neutral theory of biodiversity
JT Wootton
Nature 433 (7023), 309-312, 2005
1742005
Putting the pieces together: testing the independence of interactions among organisms
JT Wootton
Ecology 75 (6), 1544-1551, 1994
1531994
A metapopulation model of the peregrine falcon in California: viability and management strategies
JT Wootton, DA Bell
Ecological applications 2 (3), 307-321, 1992
1441992
Disturbance and food chain length in rivers
ME Power, MS Parker, JT Wootton
Food Webs, 286-297, 1996
1401996
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