Tad Dallas
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A comprehensive evaluation of predictive performance of 33 species distribution models at species and community levels
A Norberg, N Abrego, FG Blanchet, FR Adler, BJ Anderson, J Anttila, ...
Ecological Monographs 89 (3), e01370, 2019
1292019
Parasite biodiversity faces extinction and redistribution in a changing climate
CJ Carlson, KR Burgio, ER Dougherty, AJ Phillips, VM Bueno, ...
Science advances 3 (9), e1602422, 2017
1172017
The macroecology of infectious diseases: A new perspective on global‐scale drivers of pathogen distributions and impacts
PR Stephens, S Altizer, KF Smith, A Alonso Aguirre, JH Brown, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1159-1171, 2016
1162016
Species are not most abundant in the centre of their geographic range or climatic niche
T Dallas, RR Decker, A Hastings
Ecology Letters 20 (12), 1526-1533, 2017
1122017
metacom: an R package for the analysis of metacommunity structure
T Dallas
Ecography 37 (4), 402-405, 2014
912014
Relative importance of host environment, transmission potential and host phylogeny to the structure of parasite metacommunities
T Dallas, SJ Presley
Oikos 123 (7), 866-874, 2014
802014
Habitat suitability estimated by niche models is largely unrelated to species abundance
TA Dallas, A Hastings
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (12), 1448-1456, 2018
552018
Data-driven identification of potential Zika virus vectors
MV Evans, TA Dallas, BA Han, CC Murdock, JM Drake
Elife 6, e22053, 2017
452017
Predicting cryptic links in host-parasite networks
T Dallas, AW Park, JM Drake
PLoS computational biology 13 (5), e1005557, 2017
402017
Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism–generalism spectrum of mammal parasites
AW Park, MJ Farrell, JP Schmidt, S Huang, TA Dallas, P Pappalardo, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1874), 20172613, 2018
372018
Co-extinction in a host-parasite network: identifying key hosts for network stability
T Dallas, E Cornelius
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
312015
Detecting parasite associations within multi-species host and parasite communities
TA Dallas, AL Laine, O Ovaskainen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1912), 20191109, 2019
292019
Host traits associated with species roles in parasite sharing networks
TA Dallas, BA Han, CL Nunn, AW Park, PR Stephens, JM Drake
Oikos 128 (1), 23-32, 2019
272019
Estimating parasite host range
T Dallas, S Huang, C Nunn, AW Park, JM Drake
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20171250, 2017
272017
Relative importance of environmental, geographic, and spatial variables on zooplankton metacommunities
T Dallas, JM Drake
Ecosphere 5 (9), 1-13, 2014
262014
Model selection criteria for overdispersed data and their application to the characterization of a host-parasite relationship
HJ Kim, JE Cavanaugh, TA Dallas, SA Foré
Environmental and ecological statistics 21 (2), 329-350, 2014
252014
Gauging support for macroecological patterns in helminth parasites
TA Dallas, AA Aguirre, S Budischak, C Carlson, V Ezenwa, B Han, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (12), 1437-1447, 2018
242018
helminthR: an R interface to the London Natural History Museum's host–parasite database
T Dallas
Ecography 39 (4), 391-393, 2016
242016
What would it take to describe the global diversity of parasites?
CJ Carlson, TA Dallas, LW Alexander, AL Phelan, AJ Phillips
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1939), 20201841, 2020
222020
Compositional turnover in host and parasite communities does not change network structure
T Dallas, T Poisot
Ecography, 2017
192017
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