Moi, D.A., Romero, G.Q., Jeppesen, E., Kratina, P., Alves, D., Antiqueira, P.A.P., Teixeira de Mello, F., Figueiredo, B., Bonecker, C., Pires, A., Braghin, L.M. and Mormul, R.P. 2022. Regime shifts in a shallow lake over 12 years: consequences for taxonomic and functional diversity, and ecosystem multifunctionality. Journal of Animal Ecology, In Press.

Burian, A., Pinn#, D., Peralta-Maraver, I., Sweet, M., Mauvisseau, Q., Eyice, O., Bulling, M., Röthig, T. and Kratina*, P. 2022. Predation increases multiple components of microbial diversity in activated sludge communities. The ISME Journal, In Press.

Kratina, P., Rosenbaum, B., Gallo, B., Horas, E.L. and O’Gorman, E.J. 2022. The combined effects of warming and body size on the stability of predator-prey interactions. Kratina, . Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution , 9:772078.

Marchant#, D.J., Jones, J.I., Zemelka, G., Eyice, O. and Kratina, P. 2022. Do microplastics mediate the effects of chemicals on aquatic organisms? Aquatic Toxicology, 242: 106037.

Pereira, C.C., …, Kratina, P., et al. 2022. Subtle structures with not-so-subtle functions: A dataset of arthropod constructs and their host plants. Ecology, In Press.

Marsh#, J.E., Lauridsen, R.B., Gregory, S.D., Kratina, P., Scott, L.J., Cooling, D., and Jones, J.I. 2022. High summer macrophyte cover increases abundance, growth and feeding of juvenile Atlantic salmon. Ecological Applications , e02492.

Hemprich-Bennett#, D.R., Kemp#, V.A., Blackman, J., Lewis, O.T., Struebig, M.J., Bernard, H., Kratina, P., Rossiter, S.J., and Clare, E.L. 2021. Selective logging shows no impact on the dietary breadth of a generalist bat species: the fawn leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros cervinus). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9:750269.

Romero, G.Q., Moi, D.A., Nash#, L.N., Antiqueira, P.A.P., Mormul, R.P. and Kratina, P. 2021. Pervasive decline of subtropical aquatic insects over 20 years driven by water transparency, non-native fish and stoichiometric imbalance. Biology Letters, 17(6): 20210137.

Nash#, L.N., Antiqueira, P.A.P., Romero, Q.G., Omena, P.M. and Kratina*, P. 2021. The warming of aquatic ecosystems disrupts aquatic-terrestrial linkages in the tropics. Journal of Animal Ecology, 90(7): 1623 – 1634. [link]

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Tan#, H., Hirst, A.G., Atkinson, D. and Kratina*, P. 2021. Body size and shape responses to warming and resource competition. Functional Ecology, 35(7): 1460 – 1469. [link]

Neves#, M.P., Kratina, P., Delariva, R.L., Jones, J.I. and Fialho, C.B. 2021. Seasonal feeding plasticity can facilitate coexistence of dominant omnivores in tropical streams. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 31(2): 417 – 432. [link]

Saito, V.S., Perkins, D.M. and Kratina, P. 2021. A metabolic perspective of stochastic community assembly. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 36(4): 280 – 283. [link]

Peralta-Maraver, I., Stubbington, R., Arnon, S., Kratina, P., et al. 2021. The riverine bioreactor: An integrative perspective on biological decomposition of organic matter across riverine habitats. Science of the Total Environment, 722: 145494. [link]

Wilkinson, C.L., Chua, K.W.J., Fiala#, R., Liew, J.H., Kemp#, V., Fikri, A.H., Ewers, R.M., Kratina, P. and Yeo, D.C.J. 2021. Forest conversion to oil palm compresses food chain length in tropical streams. Ecology, 102(1): e03199. [link]

Guzman, L.M., Trzcinski, M.K. (including Kratina, P.) et al. 22021. Climate influences the response of community functional traits to local conditions in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecography, 44(3): 440 – 452. [link]

Romero, Q.G., ..., Kratina, P., O’Gorman, E.J. and Srivastava, D.S. 2020. Extreme rainfall events alter the trophic structure in bromeliad tanks across the Neotropics. Nature Communications, 11: 3215. [link]

Bernhardt, J.R., Kratina, P., Pereira, A., Tamminen, M., Thomas, M. and Narwani, A. 2020. The evolution of competitive ability for essential resources. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 375(1798): 20190247. [link]

Lewington-Pearce#, L., Parker#, B., Narwani, A., Nielsen, M.J. and Kratina*, P. 2020. Diversity and temperature indirectly reduce CO2 concentrations in experimental freshwater communities. Oecologia, 192(2): 515 – 527. [link]

Evans#, L.E., Hirst, A.G., Kratina, P. and Beaugrand, G. 2020. Temperature-mediated changes in zooplankton body size: large scale temporal and spatial analysis. Ecography, 43(4): 581-590. [link]

Marsh#, J.E., Gregory, S.D., Beaumont, W.R.C., Scott, L.J., Kratina, P., Lauridsen, R.B. and Jones, J.I. 2020. Above parr: lowland river habitat characteristics associated with higher juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (S. trutta) densities. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 29: 542–556. [link]

Marino, N.A.C., Céréghino, R., Gilbert, B., Petermann, J.S., …, Kratina, P., et al. 2020. Species niches, not traits, determine abundance and occupancy patterns: a multi-site synthesis. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29(2): 295 – 308. [link]

Rossberg, A.G., Gaedke, U. and Kratina*, P. 2019. Dome patterns in pelagic size spectra reveal strong trophic cascades. Nature Communications, 10: 4396. [link]

Kratina, P., Watts#, T.J., Green, D.S., Kordas, R.L. and O’Gorman, E.J 2019. Interactive effects of warming and microplastics on metabolism but not feeding rates of a key freshwater detritivore. Environmental Pollution, 255(2): 113259. [link]

Ladino, G., Ospina-Bautista, F., Estévez Varón, J.V., Jerabkova, L., and Kratina, P. 2019. Ecosystem services provided by bromeliad plants: A systematic review. Ecology and Evolution, 9(12): 7360 – 7372. [link]

Lewington-Pearce#, L., Narwani, A., Thomas, M., Kremer, C.T., Vogler, H. and Kratina*, P. 2019. Temperature-dependence of minimum resource requirements alters competitive hierarchies in phytoplankton. Oikos, 128(8): 1194 – 1205. [link]

Price#, E.L., Sertić Perić, M., Romero, G.Q. and Kratina*, P. 2019. Land use alters trophic redundancy and resource flow through stream food webs. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88: 677 – 689. [link]

Pennekamp, F., Iles, A.C., Garland, J., Brennan, G., Brose, U., Gaedke, U., Jacob, U., Kratina, P., Matthews, B., Munch, M., Novak, M., Palamara, G.M., Rall, B., Rosenbaum, B., Tabi, A., Ward, C., Williams, R., Ye, H., Petchey, O. 2019. The intrinsic predictability of ecological time series and its potential to guide forecasting. Ecological Monographs, 89(2): e01359. [link]

Romero, G.Q., Gonçalves-Souza, T., Kratina, P., Marino, N.A.C., Petry, W.K., Sobral-Souza, T., and Roslin, T. 2018. Global predation pressure redistribution under future climate. Nature Climate Change, 8: 1087 – 1091. [link]

Ma, A., Bohan, D.A., Canard, E., Derocles, S., Gray, C., Lu, X., Macfadyen, S., Romero, G.Q. and Kratina*, P. 2018. A replicated network approach to “Big Data” in ecology. Advances in Ecological Research, 59: 225 – 264. [link]

Hammill, E., Hawkins, C.P., Greig, H.S., Kratina, P., Shurin, J.B., and Atwood, T.B. 2018. Landscape heterogeneity strengthens the relationship between β-diversity and ecosystem function. Ecology, 99: 2467 – 2475. [link]

Nielsen, M.J., Clare, L.E., Hayden, B., Brett, T.M. and Kratina*, P. 2018. Diet tracing in ecology: Method comparison and selection. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9: 278 - 291. [link]

Céréghino, R., Pillar, V.D., Srivastava, D.S., Omena, P.M., MacDonald, A.A., Barberis, I.M., Corbara, B., Guzman, M., Leroy, C., Ospina Bautista, R., Romero, G.Q., Trzcinski, K.M., Kratina, P. et al. 2018. Constraints on the functional trait space of aquatic invertebrates in bromeliads. Functional Ecology, 32: 2435 – 2447. [link]

Worischka, S., Richter, L., Hänig, A., Hellmann, C., Becker, J., Kratina, P. and Winkelmann, C. 2018. Food consumption of the invasive amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus in field mesocosms and its effects on leaf decomposition and periphyton. Aquatic Invasions, 13: 261 - 275. [link]

Kratina, P., Petermann, J., Marino, N.A.C., MacDonald, A.M., and Srivastava, D.S. 2017. Environmental control of the microfaunal community structure in tropical bromeliads. Ecology and Evolution, 7:1627-1634. [link]

Atwood, T., Hammill, E., Kratina, P., Greig, H.S., Shurin, J.B., and Richardson, J.S. 2015. Warming alters food web-driven changes in the CO2 flux of experimental pond ecosystems. Biology Letters, 11: 20150785. [link]

Hammill, E., Kratina, P., Vos., M., Petchey, O.L., and Anholt, B.R. 2015. Food web persistence is enhanced by non-trophic interactions. Oecologia, 178: 549 - 556. [link]

Kratina, P., and Winder, M. 2015. Biotic invasions can alter nutritional composition of zooplankton communities. Oikos, 124: 1337 - 1245. [link]

Petermann, J., Kratina, P., Marino, N., MacDonald, A., and Srivastava, D.S. 2015. Resources alter the structure and increase stochasticity in bromeliad microfauna communities. PLoS ONE, 10(3): e0118952. [link]

DeLong, J.P., Gilbert, B., Shurin, J.B., Savage, V., Barton, B.T., Clements, C.F., Dell, A.I., Greig, H.S., Harley, C.D.G., Kratina, P., McCann, K.S., Tunney, T.D., Vasseur, D.A., O'Connor, M.I. 2015. The body-size dependence of trophic cascades. The American Naturalist, 185: 354 - 366. [link]

Petermann, J.S., Farjalla, V.F., Jocque, M., Kratina, P. et al. 2015. Dominant predators mediate the impact of habitat size on trophic structure in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecology, 96: 428 - 439. [link]

LeCraw, R.M., Kratina*, P., and Srivastava, D.S. 2014. Food web complexity and stability across habitat connectivity gradients. Oecologia, 176: 903 - 915. [link]

Kratina, P., Mac Nally, R., Thomson, J.R., Kimmerer, W.J., and Winder, M. 2014. Human-induced biotic invasions and changes in plankton interaction networks. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51: 1066 - 1074. [link]

Vasseur, D.A., Fox, J.W., Gonzalez, A., Adrian, R., Beisner, B.E., Helmus, M.R., Johnson, C., Kratina, P., Kremer, C., de Mazancourt, C., Miller, E., Nelson, W.A., Paterson, M., Rusak, J.A., Shurin, J.B., and Steiner, C.F. 2014. Synchronous dynamics of zooplankton competitors prevail in temperate lake ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281: 20140633. [link]

Gilbert, B., Tunney, T.D., McCann, K.S., DeLong, J.P., Vasseur, D.A., Savage, V., Shurin, J.B., Dell, A.I., Barton, B.T., Harley, C.D.G., Kharouba, H.M., Kratina, P., Blanchard, J.L., Clements, C., Winder, M., Greig, H.S., Connor, M.I. 2014. A bioenergetic framework for the temperature dependence of trophic interactions. Ecology Letters, 17: 902 - 914. [link]

Atwood, T., Hammill, E., Greig, H.S., Kratina, P., Shurin, J.B., Srivastava, D.S., and Richardson, J.S. 2013. Predator-induced reduction in freshwater carbon dioxide emissions. Nature Geoscience, 6: 191-194. [link]

Srivastava, D.S., and Kratina, P. 2013. Is dispersal limitation more prevalent in the ocean? Oikos, 122: 298 - 300. [link]

Kratina, P., Greig, H.S., Thompson, P.L., Carvalho-Pereira, T.S.A., and Shurin, J.B. 2012. Warming modifies trophic cascades and eutrophication in experimental freshwater communities. Ecology, 93: 1421 - 1430. [link]

Greig,* H.S., Kratina,* P., Thompson, P.L., Palen, W.J., Richardson, J.S., and Shurin, J.B. 2012. Warming, eutrophication, and predator loss amplify subsidies between aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Global Change Biology, 18: 504 - 514. [link]

Shurin, J.B., Clasen, J., Greig, H.S., Kratina, P., Thompson, P.L. 2012. Warming shifts top-down and bottom-up control of pond food web structure and function. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 367: 3008 - 3017. [link]

Kratina, P., LeCraw, R.M., Ingram, T., and Anholt, B.R. 2012. Stability and persistence of food webs with omnivory: Is there a general pattern? Ecosphere, 3(6): 50. [link]

Ingram, T., Svanbäck, R., Kraft, N.J.B., Kratina, P., Southcott, L., and Schluter, D. 2012. Intraguild predation drives evolutionary niche shift in threespine stickleback. Evolution, 66: 1819 - 1832. [link]

Kratina, P., Hammill, E., and Anholt, B.R. 2010. Stronger inducible defenses enhance persistence of intraguild prey. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79: 993 - 999. [link]

Hammill, E., Kratina, P., Beckerman, A.P., and Anholt, B.R. 2010. Precise time interactions between behavioral and morphological defences. Oikos, 119: 494 - 499. [link]

Kratina, P., Vos, M., Bateman, A., and Anholt, B.R. 2009. Functional responses modified by predator density. Oecologia, 159: 425 - 433. [link]

Hammill, E., Kratina, P., and Anholt, B.R. 2009. Non-lethal presence of predators modifies morphology and movement rates in Euplotes. Hydrobiologia, 621: 183 - 189. [link]

Kratina, P., Vos, M., and Anholt, B.R. 2007. Species diversity modulates predation. Ecology, 88: 1917 - 1923. [link]