David García-Callejas
David García-Callejas
Landcare Research New Zealand; University of Canterbury
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The effects of model and data complexity on predictions from species distributions models
D García-Callejas, MB Araújo
Ecological Modelling 326, 4-12, 2016
Multiple interactions networks: towards more realistic descriptions of the web of life
D García‐Callejas, R Molowny‐Horas, MB Araújo
Oikos 127 (1), 5-22, 2018
The effect of multiple biotic interaction types on species persistence
D García‐Callejas, R Molowny‐Horas, MB Araújo
Ecology 99 (10), 2327-2337, 2018
Discriminating climate, land‐cover and random effects on species range dynamics
S Taheri, D García‐Callejas, MB Araújo
Global Change Biology 27 (6), 1309-1317, 2021
Spatial trophic cascades in communities connected by dispersal and foraging
D Garcia-Callejas, R Molowny-Horas, MB Araujo, D Gravel
Ecology 100 (11), e02820, 2019
The spatial configuration of biotic interactions shapes coexistence-area relationships in an annual plant community
D García-Callejas, I Bartomeus, O Godoy
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-8, 2021
Disentangling food-web environment relationships: A review with guidelines
F Mestre, D Gravel, D García-Callejas, C Pinto-Cruz, MG Matias, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 61, 102-115, 2022
cxr: A toolbox for modelling species coexistence in R
D García‐Callejas, O Godoy, I Bartomeus
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Projecting the distribution and abundance of Mediterranean tree species under climate change: a demographic approach
D García-Callejas, R Molowny-Horas, J Retana
Journal of Plant Ecology 10 (5), 731-743, 2017
Fine scale prediction of ecological community composition using a two-step sequential Machine Learning ensemble
I Civantos-Gómez, J García-Algarra, D García-Callejas, J Galeano, ...
PLOS Computational Biology 17 (12), e1008906, 2021
On the variability of Species Abundance Distributions with trophic guild and community structure
D García-Callejas
bioRxiv, 289348, 2018
Non-random interactions within and across guilds shape the potential to coexist in multi-trophic ecological communities
D García-Callejas, O Godoy, L Buche, M Hurtado, JB Lanuza, ...
Ecology Letters 26 (6), 831-842, 2023
Restauración de interacciones ecológicas: medidas y consecuencias a escala de comunidad
D García-Callejas, A Torres
Ecosistemas 28 (2), 42-49, 2019
Community level individual-based plant-pollinator networks unveil pollen flow dynamics and plant reproductive success
A Allen-Perkins, M Hurtado, D García-Callejas, O Godoy, I Bartomeus
BioRxiv, 2021.04. 23.441120, 2021
Structural asymmetry in biotic interactions as a tool to understand and predict ecological persistence
A Allen‐Perkins, D García‐Callejas, I Bartomeus, O Godoy
Ecology Letters 26 (10), 1647-1662, 2023
Pathways to global-change effects on biodiversity: new opportunities for dynamically forecasting demography and species interactions
M Paniw, D García-Callejas, F Lloret, RD Bassar, J Travis, O Godoy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (1993), 20221494, 2023
Cómo crear paquetes en R
D Garíca-Callejas, M De la Cruz Rot
Revista Ecosistemas 29 (1), 1948, 2020
Structure and dynamics of ecological networks with multiple interaction types
D García Callejas
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2018
Species traits and community structure can drive large-scale spatial propagation of effects in ecosystems
D Garcia-Callejas, S Lavorel, D Peltzer, O Ovaskainen, JM Tylianakis
bioRxiv, 2023.11. 15.567315, 2023
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