György Barabás

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Assistant professor, Division of Theoretical Biology, Dept. IFM
Linköping University



                       

https://researchid.co/dysordys

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Theoretical/mathematical ecology, community ecology, food webs, species coexistence, eco-evolutionary processes

1603

Scholar Citations

18

Scholar h-index

21

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RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Application of modern coexistence theory to rare plant restoration provides early indication of restoration trajectories
    L Aoyama, LG Shoemaker, B Gilbert, SK Collinge, AM Faist, ...
    Ecological Applications, e2649 2022

  • The evolution of trait variance creates a tension between species diversity and functional diversity
    G Barabs, C Parent, A Kraemer, F Van de Perre, F De Laender
    Nature communications 13 (1), 1-10 2022

  • Competition–colonization dynamics and multimodality in diversity–disturbance relationships
    J Liao, G Barabs, D Bearup
    Ecology 103 (5), e3672 2022

  • Disentangling key species interactions in diverse and heterogeneous communities: A Bayesian sparse modelling approach
    CP Weiss‐Lehman, CM Werner, CH Bowler, LM Hallett, MM Mayfield, ...
    Ecology Letters 25 (5), 1263-1276 2022

  • Using Quotas as a Remedy for Structural Injustice
    G Barabs, A Szigeti
    Erkenntnis, 1-19 2022

  • Invasions of ecological communities: Hints of impacts in the invader's growth rate
    JF Arnoldi, M Barbier, R Kelly, G Barabs, AL Jackson
    Methods in Ecology and Evolution 13 (1), 167-182 2022

  • General statistical scaling laws for stability in ecological systems (vol 24, pg 1474, 2021)
    AT Clark, JF Arnoldi, YR Zelnik, G Barabas, D Hodapp, C Karakoc
    ECOLOGY LETTERS 24 (11), 2533-2533 2021

  • The importance of species interactions in eco-evolutionary community dynamics under climate change
    A kesson, A Curtsdotter, A Eklf, B Ebenman, J Norberg, G Barabs
    Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-12 2021

  • Reinterpreting the relationship between number of species and number of links connects community structure and stability
    C Carpentier, G Barabs, JW Spaak, F De Laender
    Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (8), 1102-1109 2021

  • General statistical scaling laws for stability in ecological systems
    AT Clark, JF Arnoldi, YR Zelnik, G Barabas, D Hodapp, C Karako, ...
    Ecology Letters 24 (7), 1474-1486 2021

  • Biodiversity and community structure
    G Barabs
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (11), e2101176118 2021

  • The evolution of niche overlap and competitive differences
    AI Pastore, G Barabs, MD Bimler, MM Mayfield, TE Miller
    Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (3), 330-337 2021

  • The importance of species interactions in eco-evolutionary community dynamics under climate change
    A Åkesson, A Curtsdotter, A Eklf, B Ebenman, J Norberg, G Barabs
    Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-12 2021

  • Dispersal network heterogeneity promotes species coexistence in hierarchical competitive communities
    H Zhang, D Bearup, I Nijs, S Wang, G Barabs, Y Tao, J Liao
    Ecology Letters 24 (1), 50-59 2021

  • A Bayesian network approach to trophic metacommunities shows that habitat loss accelerates top species extinctions
    J Hussler, G Barabs, A Eklf
    Ecology letters 23 (12), 1849-1861 2020

  • Chesson’s coexistence theory: Reply
    G Barabs, R D’Andrea
    Ecology 101 (11), e03140 2020

  • Biomass and biodiversity in species-rich tritrophic communities
    V Kozlov, S Vakulenko, G Barabs, U Wennergren
    Ecological Complexity 43, 100854 2020

  • Competitive Exclusion and Evolution: Convergence Almost Never Produces Ecologically Equivalent Species: (A Comment on McPeek,“Limiting Similarity? The Ecological Dynamics of
    L Psztor, G Barabs, G Meszna
    The American Naturalist 195 (4), E112-E117 2020

  • The importance of species interactions in spatially explicit eco-evolutionary community dynamics under climate change
    A kesson, A Curtsdotter, A Eklf, B Ebenman, J Norberg, G Barabs
    bioRxiv 2020

  • Fitness and community feedbacks: the two axes that drive long-term invasion impacts
    JF Arnoldi, M Barbier, R Kelly, G Barabs, AL Jackson
    bioRxiv, 705756 2020

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Higher-order interactions stabilize dynamics in competitive network models
    J Grilli, G Barabs, MJ Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
    Nature 548 (7666), 210-213 2017
    Citations: 334

  • Chesson's coexistence theory
    G Barabs, R D'Andrea, SM Stump
    Ecological monographs 88 (3), 277-303 2018
    Citations: 207

  • The effect of intra-and interspecific competition on coexistence in multispecies communities
    G Barabs, M J. Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
    The American Naturalist 188 (1), E1-E12 2016
    Citations: 134

  • Predicting the stability of large structured food webs
    S Allesina, J Grilli, G Barabs, S Tang, J Aljadeff, A Maritan
    Nature communications 6 (1), 1-6 2015
    Citations: 115

  • Feasibility and coexistence of large ecological communities
    J Grilli, M Adorisio, S Suweis, G Barabs, JR Banavar, S Allesina, ...
    Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8 2017
    Citations: 112

  • The effect of intraspecific variation and heritability on community pattern and robustness
    G Barabs, R D'Andrea
    Ecology letters 19 (8), 977-986 2016
    Citations: 103

  • Self-regulation and the stability of large ecological networks
    G Barabs, MJ Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
    Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1870-1875 2017
    Citations: 66

  • On the consequences of the interdependence of stabilizing and equalizing mechanisms
    C Song, G Barabs, S Saavedra
    The American Naturalist 194 (5), 627-639 2019
    Citations: 55

  • Emergent neutrality or hidden niches?
    G Barabs, R D’andrea, R Rael, G Meszna, A Ostling
    Oikos 122 (11), 1565-1572 2013
    Citations: 53

  • Metapopulation persistence in random fragmented landscapes
    J Grilli, G Barabs, S Allesina
    PLoS computational biology 11 (5), e1004251 2015
    Citations: 52

  • Sensitivity analysis of coexistence in ecological communities: theory and application
    G Barabs, L Psztor, G Meszna, A Ostling
    Ecology Letters 17 (12), 1479-1494 2014
    Citations: 47

  • Continuous coexistence or discrete species? A new review of an old question
    G Barabs, S Pigolotti, M Gyllenberg, U Dieckmann, G Meszna
    IR-12-020 2012
    Citations: 40

  • When the exception becomes the rule: the disappearance of limiting similarity in the Lotka–Volterra model
    G Barabs, G Meszna
    Journal of theoretical biology 258 (1), 89-94 2009
    Citations: 35

  • The evolution of niche overlap and competitive differences
    AI Pastore, G Barabs, MD Bimler, MM Mayfield, TE Miller
    Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (3), 330-337 2021
    Citations: 32

  • Species packing in nonsmooth competition models
    G Barabs, R D’Andrea, AM Ostling
    Theoretical ecology 6 (1), 1-19 2013
    Citations: 29

  • Community robustness and limiting similarity in periodic environments
    G Barabs, G Meszna, A Ostling
    Theoretical Ecology 5 (2), 265-282 2012
    Citations: 26

  • Revising the tolerance-fecundity trade-off; or, on the consequences of discontinuous resource use for limiting similarity, species diversity, and trait dispersion
    R D’Andrea, G Barabs, A Ostling
    The American Naturalist 181 (4), E91-E101 2013
    Citations: 25

  • Predicting global community properties from uncertain estimates of interaction strengths
    G Barabs, S Allesina
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (109), 20150218 2015
    Citations: 18

  • Emergent niche structuring leads to increased differences from neutrality in species abundance distributions
    RC Rael, R D'Andrea, G Barabs, A Ostling
    Ecology 99 (7), 1633-1643 2018
    Citations: 13

  • Fixed point sensitivity analysis of interacting structured populations
    G Barabs, G Meszna, A Ostling
    Theoretical population biology 92, 97-106 2014
    Citations: 13