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PUBLICATIONS


In Review

29. Daversa DR, A Fenton, TWJ Garner, AI Dell & A Manica. Infections on the move: Infection dynamics during transient phases of host movements underlie patterns of disease spread.

28. Hirt MR, T Lauermann, U Brose, & AI Dell. The little things that run - a general scaling of invertebrate exploratory speed with body mass.

27. Rohr J, D Civitello, J Cohen, E Roznik, B Sinervo & AI Dell. A global framework for estimating acclimation and thermal breadth predicts risk from climate change.


2017

26. Bonebrake TC, CJ Brown, JD Bell, J Blanchard, A Chauvenet, C Champion, I-C Chen, T Clark, F Danielsen, AI Dell, JM Donelson, B Evengård, S Frusher, RA. Garcia, AJ Hobday, MA Jarzyna, E Lee, J Lenoir, H Linnetved, VY Martin, PC. McCormack, J McDonald, N Mitchell, T Mustonen, J Pandolfi, N Pettorelli, H Possingham, P Pulsifer, M Reynolds, BR Scheffers, CJB Sorte, J Strugnell, M-N Tuanmu, S Twiname, A Vergés, E Wapstra, T Wernberg & GT. Pecl.  Strategic research directions for climate-driven species redistribution. In Press. Biological Reviews.

25. Cloyed CS, LR Cappelli, DA Tilson, JA Crawford & AI DellUsing remote camera traps to assess mammal and bird assemblages across a complex environmental landscapebioRxiv, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/109538 [pdf]


2016

24. Biresaw T, T Nawaz, J Ferryman & AI Dell. 2016. ViTBAT: Video Tracking and Behavior Annotation Tool. IEEE Advanced Video and Signal-based Surveillance. [pdf]

23. Kraemer B, S Chandra, AI Dell, M Dix, E Kuusisto, D Livingstone, G Schladow, E Silow, L Sitoki, R Takmatamah & P. McIntyre. 2016. A metabolic approach to understanding global patterns in the response of lake ecosystems to warmingGlobal Change Biology. [pdf]

22. Davies N, D Field, D Gavaghan, S Holbrook, S Planes, M Troyer, M Bonsai, J Claudet, GK Roderick, R Schmitt, LA Settler, V Berteaux, H Bossin, C Cabasse, A Collin, J Deck, AI Dell, J Dunne, R Gates, M Harfoot, JL Hence, M Hopuare, P Kirch, G Kotoulas, A Kosenkov, JJ Leichter, H Lenihan, A Magoulas, ND Martinez, C Meyer, B Stoll, B Swalla, DM Tartakovsky, HT Murphy, S Turyshev, F Valdvinos, R Williams and S Wood. 2016. Simulating Social-Ecological Systems: the Island Digital Ecosystem Avatars (IDEA) Consortium. GigaScience 5:14. [pdf]

21. Pawar S, AI Dell, VM Savage & JL Knies. Real versus artificial variation in the thermal sensitivity of biological traitsThe American Naturalist 187:2. [pdf]


2015

20. Pawar S, AI Dell & VM Savage. 2015. Scaling up metabolic constraints on individuals to the dynamics of ecosystems. In Aquatic Functional Biodiversity A. Belgrano, G. Woodward and U. Jacob (Eds). Elsevier.  [pdf]

19. Barnes A, I-K Spey, L Rohde, U Brose & AI Dell. 2015. Individual behaviour mediates effects of warming on movement across a fragmented landscape. Functional Ecology 29:1543–1552. [pdf]
        - Media: Conservation Corridor, Functional Ecology

18. Kalinkat G, M Jochum, U Brose & AI Dell. 2015. Body size and the behavioral ecology of insects: linking individuals to ecological communities. Current Opinion in Insect Science 9:24-30. [pdf]
        - Invited paper for special issue on "Behavioral ecology"

17. Dell AI, L Zhao, U Brose, RG Pearson & RA Alford. 2015. Population and community size structure across a complex environmental gradientAdvances in Ecological Research 52:117-167. [pdf]
        - Invited paper for special issue on "Trait-based ecology - from structure to function"

16. Gibert JP, AI Dell, JP DeLong, & S Pawar. 2015. Scaling up trait variation from individuals to ecosystemsAdvances in Ecological Research 52:1-17. [pdf]

15. DeLong JP, B Gilbert, JB Shurin, VM Savage, CF Clements, AI Dell, HS Greig, CDG Harley, P Kratina, KS McCann, TD Tunney, DV Vasseur & MI O'Connor. 2015. The body-size dependence of trophic cascadesThe American Naturalist 185(3):354-366. [pdf]

14. Schramski JR, AI Dell, JM Grady, RM Sibly & JH Brown. 2015. Metabolic theory predicts whole-ecosytem propertiesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 112(8):2617-2622. [pdf]
        - Associated commentary in PNAS [pdf]


2014

13. Gilbert B, TD Tunney, KS McCann, JP DeLong, DA Vasseur, VM Savage, JB Shurin, AI Dell, BT Barton, CDG Harley, HM Kharouba, P Kratina, JL Blanchard, C Clements, M Winder & MI O'Connor. 2014. A bioenergetic framework for the temperature dependence of trophic interaction strengthEcology Letters 17(8):902-914. [pdf]

12. Dell AI, RA Alford & RG Pearson. 2014. Intermittent pool beds are permanent cyclic habitats with distinct wet, moist and dry phasesPLoS ONE 9(9):e108203. [pdf]

11. Dell AI, JA Bender, K Branson, ID Couzin, GG de Polavieja, LPJJ Noldus, A Perez-Escudero, P Perona, AD Straw, M Wikelski & U Brose. 2014. Image-based automated tracking and its application in ecologyTrends in Ecology and Evolution 29(7):417-428. [pdf]

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10. Dell AI, S Pawar & VM Savage. 2014. Temperature dependence of trophic interactions driven by asymmetry of species responses and foraging strategy. Journal of Animal Ecology 83(1):70-84. [pdf]
        - Invited paper for special issue on "Metabolism as a currency and constraint in ecology"
        - Media: Science Daily, UCLA Newsroom, EarthSky, Phys.Org, BioMedicine


2013

9. Pawar S, AI Dell & VM Savage. 2013. Does consumption rate scale superlinearly? - ReplyNature 493(E2-E3). [pdf]

8. Madin JS, AI Dell, EMP Madin & MC Nash. 2012. Spatial variation in mechanical properties of coral reef substrate and implications for coral colony integrityCoral Reefs 32:173-179. [pdf]

7. Dell AI, S Pawar & VM Savage. 2013. The thermal dependence of biological traitsEcology 94(5): 1205. [pdf]


2012

6. Pawar S, AI Dell & VM Savage. 2012. Dimensionality of consumer search space drives trophic interaction strengthsNature 486:485-489. [pdf]
        - Reviewed for F1000 (8: Must Read)
        - Media: Science DailySFI NewsTimes of IndiaUCLA Newsroom


2011

5. Dell AI, S Pawar & VM Savage. 2011. Systematic variation in the thermal dependence of physiological and ecological traitsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 108(26): 10591-10596. [pdf]
        - Associated commentary in PNAS [pdf]


2006

4. Brose U, T Jonsson, EL Berlow, P Warren, C Banasek-Richter, L-F Bersier, JL Blanchard, T Brey, SR Carpenter, M-F Cattin Blandenier, L Cushing, HA Dawah, AI Dell, F Edwards, S Harper-Smith, U Jacob, ME Ledger, ND Martinez, J Memmott, K Mintenbeck, JK Pinnegar, BC Rall, TS Rayner, DC Reuman, L Ruess, W Ulrich, RJ Williams, G Woodward, and JE Cohen. 2006. Consumer-resource body-size relationships in natural food websEcology 87(10):2411-2417. [pdf]


2005

3. Brose U, L Cushing, EL Berlow, T Jonsson, C Banasek-Richter, L-F Bersier, JL Blanchard, T Brey, SR Carpenter, M-F Cattin Blandenier, JE Cohen, HA Dawah, AI Dell, F Edwards, S Harper-Smith, U Jacob, RA Knapp, ME Ledger, J Memmott , K Mintenbeck , JK Pinnegar, BC Rall, T Rayner, L Ruess, W Ulrich, P Warren, RJ Williams, G Woodward, P Yodzis, and ND Martinez. 2005. Body sizes of consumers and their resourcesEcology 86(9):2545. [pdf]

2. Dell AI, GD Kokkoris, C Banasek-Richter, L-F Bersier, JA Dunne, M Kondoh, TN Romanuk & ND Martinez. 2005. How do complex food webs persist in nature? pgs 425-436 In Dynamic Food Webs: Multispecies Assemblages, Ecosystem Development and Environmental Change. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore (eds.) Academic Press. [pdf]

1. Luz-Burgoa K, AI Dell & S Moss de Oliveira. 2005. Computer simulations of sympatric speciation in a simple food webPhysical Review E 72, 011914. [pdf]

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