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, In Press.

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, In Press. [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, In Press. [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, In Press. [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. 2020. Climate influences the response of community functional traits to local conditions in bromeliad invertebrate communities. Ecography, Early View. [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]