Anna Eklöf
Anna Eklöf
Theoretical Biology, Linköping University, SWEDEN
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The dimensionality of ecological networks
A Eklöf, U Jacob, J Kopp, J Bosch, R Castro‐Urgal, NP Chacoff, ...
Ecology letters 16 (5), 577-583, 2013
Species loss and secondary extinctions in simple and complex model communities
A Eklöf, BO Ebenman
Journal of animal ecology, 239-246, 2006
Predicting the consequences of species loss using size‐structured biodiversity approaches
U Brose, JL Blanchard, A Eklöf, N Galiana, M Hartvig, M R. Hirt, G Kalinkat, ...
Biological Reviews 92 (2), 684-697, 2017
Operationalizing network theory for ecosystem service assessments
LE Dee, S Allesina, A Bonn, A Eklöf, SD Gaines, J Hines, U Jacob, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (2), 118-130, 2017
Trophically unique species are vulnerable to cascading extinction
OL Petchey, A Eklöf, C Borrvall, B Ebenman
The American Naturalist 171 (5), 568-579, 2008
Robustness to secondary extinctions: comparing trait-based sequential deletions in static and dynamic food webs
A Curtsdotter, A Binzer, U Brose, F de Castro, B Ebenman, A Eklöf, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 12 (7), 571-580, 2011
Relevance of evolutionary history for food web structure
A Eklöf, MR Helmus, M Moore, S Allesina
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1733), 1588-1596, 2012
Coexpression patterns indicate that GPI-anchored non-specific lipid transfer proteins are involved in accumulation of cuticular wax, suberin and sporopollenin
MM Edstam, K Blomqvist, A Eklöf, U Wennergren, J Edqvist
Plant molecular biology 83, 625-649, 2013
The susceptibility of species to extinctions in model communities
A Binzer, U Brose, A Curtsdotter, A Eklöf, BC Rall, JO Riede, F de Castro
Basic and Applied Ecology 12 (7), 590-599, 2011
Secondary extinctions in food webs: a Bayesian network approach
A Eklöf, S Tang, S Allesina
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (8), 760-770, 2013
Species‐rich ecosystems are vulnerable to cascading extinctions in an increasingly variable world
L Kaneryd, C Borrvall, S Berg, A Curtsdotter, A Eklöf, C Hauzy, T Jonsson, ...
Ecology and evolution 2 (4), 858-874, 2012
Size-based food web characteristics govern the response to species extinctions
JO Riede, A Binzer, U Brose, F de Castro, A Curtsdotter, BC Rall, A Eklöf
Basic and Applied Ecology 12 (7), 581-589, 2011
The importance of species interactions in eco-evolutionary community dynamics under climate change
A Åkesson, A Curtsdotter, A Eklöf, B Ebenman, J Norberg, G Barabás
Nature Communications 12 (1), 4759, 2021
Conditions for successful range shifts under climate change: The role of species dispersal and landscape configuration
J Årevall, R Early, A Estrada, U Wennergren, AC Eklöf
Diversity and Distributions 24 (11), 1598-1611, 2018
Spatial aspects of food webs
U Brose, M Pavao-Zuckerman, A Eklöf, J Bengtsson, MP Berg, ...
Food Web Symposium 2003, Giessen, Germany, 13-16 November 2003 3, 463-469, 2005
The phylogenetic component of food web structure and intervality
A Eklöf, DB Stouffer
Theoretical ecology 9, 107-115, 2016
Identifying flow modules in ecological networks using Infomap
C Farage, D Edler, A Eklöf, M Rosvall, S Pilosof
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), 778-786, 2021
Climate change in metacommunities: dispersal gives double-sided effects on persistence
A Eklöf, L Kaneryd, P Münger
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
A quantitative framework for investigating the reliability of empirical network construction
AR Cirtwill, A Eklöf, T Roslin, K Wootton, D Gravel
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (6), 902-911, 2019
A Bayesian network approach to trophic metacommunities shows that habitat loss accelerates top species extinctions
J Häussler, G Barabás, A Eklöf
Ecology letters 23 (12), 1849-1861, 2020
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