We are interested in turning the structure of networks into a predictive
variable for community ecology; we are particularly interested in the role of
trophic interactions in ecosystem functioning.
We are particularly interested in the relationship between network structure and
ecosystem functioning, but also work on landscape connectivity, and the
transmission of both ideas and diseases. Our flagship project on this theme is
to develop networks of habitats patches, to help populations move across highly
Food Web Structure Alters Ecological Communities Top-Heaviness With Little Effect on the Biodiversity-Functioning Relationship.
Using Neutral Theory to Reveal the Contribution of Meta-Community Processes to Assembly in Complex Landscapes
Temperature and Trophic Structure Are Driving Microbial Productivity Along a Biogeographical Gradient
Social Network Analysis Shows Direct Evidence for Social Transmission of Tool Use in Wild Chimpanzees
Omnidirectional and Omnifunctional Connectivity Analyses With a Diverse Species Pool
Trophic Complementarity Drives the Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Relationship in Food Webs
Optimal Transportation Theory for Species Interaction Networks