György Barabás
György Barabás
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Higher-order interactions stabilize dynamics in competitive network models
J Grilli, G Barabás, MJ Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
Nature 548 (7666), 210-213, 2017
Chesson's coexistence theory
G Barabás, R D'Andrea, SM Stump
Ecological Monographs 88 (3), 277-303, 2018
The effect of intra-and interspecific competition on coexistence in multispecies communities
G Barabás, M J. Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
The American Naturalist 188 (1), E1-E12, 2016
Predicting the stability of large structured food webs
S Allesina, J Grilli, G Barabás, S Tang, J Aljadeff, A Maritan
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-6, 2015
Feasibility and coexistence of large ecological communities
J Grilli, M Adorisio, S Suweis, G Barabás, JR Banavar, S Allesina, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8, 2017
The effect of intraspecific variation and heritability on community pattern and robustness
G Barabás, R D'Andrea
Ecology letters 19 (8), 977-986, 2016
Self-regulation and the stability of large ecological networks
G Barabás, MJ Michalska-Smith, S Allesina
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1870-1875, 2017
Emergent neutrality or hidden niches?
G Barabás, R D’andrea, R Rael, G Meszéna, A Ostling
Oikos 122 (11), 1565-1572, 2013
Sensitivity analysis of coexistence in ecological communities: theory and application
G Barabás, L Pásztor, G Meszéna, A Ostling
Ecology Letters 17 (12), 1479-1494, 2014
Continuous coexistence or discrete species? A new review of an old question
G Barabás, S Pigolotti, M Gyllenberg, U Dieckmann, G Meszéna
IR-12-020, 2012
Metapopulation persistence in random fragmented landscapes
J Grilli, G Barabás, S Allesina
PLoS computational biology 11 (5), e1004251, 2015
On the consequences of the interdependence of stabilizing and equalizing mechanisms
C Song, G Barabás, S Saavedra
The American Naturalist 194 (5), 627-639, 2019
When the exception becomes the rule: the disappearance of limiting similarity in the Lotka–Volterra model
G Barabás, G Meszéna
Journal of theoretical biology 258 (1), 89-94, 2009
Species packing in nonsmooth competition models
G Barabás, R D’Andrea, AM Ostling
Theoretical ecology 6 (1), 1-19, 2013
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 Barabás, A Ostling
The American Naturalist 181 (4), E91-E101, 2013
Community robustness and limiting similarity in periodic environments
G Barabás, G Meszéna, A Ostling
Theoretical Ecology 5 (2), 265-282, 2012
Predicting global community properties from uncertain estimates of interaction strengths
G Barabás, S Allesina
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12 (109), 20150218, 2015
Fixed point sensitivity analysis of interacting structured populations
G Barabás, G Meszéna, A Ostling
Theoretical Population Biology 92, 97-106, 2014
The evolution of niche overlap and competitive differences
AI Pastore, G Barabás, MD Bimler, MM Mayfield, TE Miller
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (3), 330-337, 2021
Let’s train more theoretical ecologists–here is why
AG Rossberg, G Barabás, HP Possingham, M Pascual, PA Marquet, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (9), 759-762, 2019
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