76. Mean-variance scaling and stability in commercial sex work networks
Tad Dallas, Bret Elderd 2023. Social Network Analysis and Mining
75. Vector communities under global change may exacerbate and redistribute infectious disease risk
CA Cleveland, T Dallas, S Vigil, DG Mead, JL Corn, AW Park 2023. Parasitology Research
74. insectDisease: programmatic access to the Ecological Database of the World's Insect Pathogens
T Dallas, C Carlson, P Stephens, SJ Ryan, D Onstad 2022. Ecography
73. A latitudinal signal in the relationship between species geographic range size and climatic niche area
T Dallas, D Kramer 2022. Ecography
72. Estimating R0 from early exponential growth: Parallels between 1918 influenza and 2020 SARS-CoV-2 pandemics
G Foster, BD Elderd, RL Richards, T Dallas 2022. PNAS Nexus
71. Epidemic time series similarity is related to geographic distance and age structure
T Dallas, G Foster, RL Richards, BD Elderd 2022. Infectious Disease Modeling
70. Effects of occupancy estimation on abundance-occupancy relationships
C Ten Caten, L Holian, T Dallas 2022. Biology Letters
69. Climate change reshuffles northern species within their niches
Laura H Antão, Benjamin Weigel, Giovanni Strona, Maria Hällfors, Elina Kaarlejärvi, T Dallas, et al. 2022. Nature Climate Change
68. Weak but consistent abundance-occupancy relationships across taxa, space, and time
C Ten Caten, LA Holian, T Dallas 2022. Global Ecology and Biogeography
67. Infectious disease: Dog diets may drive transmission cycles in human Guinea worm disease
RL Richards, LA Holian 2022. Current Biology
66. The Global Virome in One Network (VIRION): an Atlas of Vertebrate-Virus Associations
CJ Carlson, RJ Gibb, GF Albery, L Brierley, RP Connor, T Dallas, EA Eskew, AC Fagre, MJ Farrell, HK Frank, RL Muylaert, T Poisot, AL Rasmussen, SJ Ryan, SN Seifert 2022. mBio
65. Functional roles of frugivores and plants shape hyper-diverse mutualistic interactions under two antagonistic conservation scenarios
L Fuzessy, G Sobral, D Carreira, DC Rother, G Barbosa, M Landis, M Galetti, T Dallas, VC Cláudio, L Culot, P Jordano 2022. BioTropica
64. Parasite species richness and host range are not spatially conserved
T Dallas, P Jordano 2022. Global Ecology and Biogeography
63. Improved chromosome-level genome assembly of the Glanville fritillary butterfly (Melitaea cinxia) integrating Pacific Biosciences long reads and a high-density linkage map
O-P Smolander et al. 2022. GigaScience
62. Optimising predictive models to prioritise viral discovery in zoonotic reservoirs
D Becker, GF Albery, AR Sjodin, T Poisot, T Dallas, EA Eskew, MJ Farrell, S Guth, BA Han, NB Simmons, CJ Carlson 2022. Lancet Microbe
61. The science of the host–virus network
GF Albery, DJ Becker, L Brierley, CE Brook, R Christofferson, L Cohen, T Dallas, EA Eskew, A Fagre, MJ Farrell, E Glennon, AL Rasmussen, SJ Ryan, S Seifert, AR Sjodin, EM Sorrell, CJ Carlson 2021. Nature Microbiology
60. Temporal variability in population and community dynamics
T Dallas, A Kramer 2021. Ecology
59. Spatial variation in species roles in host-helminth networks
T Dallas, P Jordano 2021. Philosophical Transactions B
58. The ghost of hosts past: impacts of host extinction on parasite specificity
MJ Farrell, AW Park, C Cressler, T Dallas, S Huang, N Mideo, I Morales-Castilla, TJ Davies, P Stephens 2021. Philosophical Transactions B
57. Forecasting parasite sharing under climate change
I Morales-Castilla, P Pappalardo, MJ Farrell, AA Aguirre, S Huang, ALM Gehman, T Dallas, D Gravel, TJ Davies 2021. Philosophical Transactions B
56. The future of zoonotic risk prediction
CJ Carlson, et. al. 2021. Philosophical Transactions B
55. Data proliferation, reconciliation, and synthesis in viral ecology
R Gibb, GF Albery, DJ Becker, L Brierley, R Connor, T Dallas, EA Eskew, MJ Farrell, AL Rasmussen, SJ Ryan, A Sweeny, CJ Carlson, T Poisot 2021. BioScience
54. Initial abundance and stochasticity influence competitive outcome in communities
T Dallas, BA Melbourne, G Legault, A Hastings 2021. Journal of Animal Ecology
53. Global knowledge gaps in species interaction networks data
T Poisot, G Bergeron, K Cazelles, T Dallas, D Gravel, A MacDonald, B Mercier, S Vissault 2021. Journal of Biogeography
52. Species-area and network-area relationships in host-helminth interactions
T Dallas, P Jordano 2021. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
51. Exploring the dimensions of metapopulation persistence: a comparison of structural and temporal measures
T Dallas, M Saastamoinen, O Ovaskainen 2020. Theoretical Ecology
50. Taxonomic resolution affects host-parasite association model performance
T Dallas, D Becker 2020. Parasitology
49. Weighing the evidence for the abundant-centre hypothesis
T Dallas, L Santini, R Decker, A Hastings 2020. Biodiversity Informatics
48. What would it take to describe the global diversity of parasites?
C Carlson, AJ Phillips, T Dallas, LW Alexander, A Phelan, S Bansal 2020. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
47. Community context and dispersal stochasticity drive variation in spatial spread
T Dallas, B Melbourne, A Hastings 2020. J Animal Ecology
46. What determines parasite species richness across host species?
T Dallas, L Holian, G Foster 2020. J Animal Ecology
45. The influence of stochasticity, landscape structure, and species traits on abundant-centre relationships
T Dallas, L Santini 2020. Ecography
44. The abundant-centre is not all that abundant: a comment to Osorio-Olvera et al. 2020
T Dallas, L Santini 2020. bioRxiv
43. Spatial synchrony is related to the rate of environmental change in Finnish moth communities
T Dallas, LH Antao, J Pöyry, R Leinonen, O Ovaskainen 2020. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
42. Summer drought decreases the predictability of local extinctions in a butterfly metapopulation
E Van Bergen, T Dallas, M Dileo, AO Kahilainen, A Mattila, MS Luoto, M Saastamoinen 2020. Conservation Biology
41. The relative importance of local and regional processes to metapopulation dynamics
T Dallas, M Saastamoinen, T Schulz, O Ovaskainen 2019. Journal of Animal Ecology
40. Testing predictability of disease outbreaks with a simple model of pathogen biogeography
T Dallas, CJ Carlson, T Poisot 2019. Royal Society Open Science
39. Detecting parasite associations within multi-species host and parasite communities
T Dallas, A-L Laine, O Ovaskainen 2019. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
38. Temporal sampling and abundance measurement influences support for occupancy–abundance relationships
T Dallas, J Pöyry, R Leinonen, O Ovaskainen 2019. Journal of Biogeography
37. A comprehensive evaluation of predictive performance of 33 species distribution models at species and community levels
A Norberg, N Abrego Antia, F Guillaume Blanchet, FR Adler, BJ Anderson, J Anttila, MB Araújo, T Dallas, D Dunson, J Elith, S Foster, R Fox, J Franklin, W Godsoe, A Guisan, B O'Hara, NA Hill, RD Holt, FKC Hui, M Husby, JA Kålås, A Lehikoinen, M Luoto, HK Mod, G Newell, I Renner, TV Roslin, J Soininen, W Thuiller, JP Vanhatalo, D Warton, M White, NE Zimmermann, D Gravel, OT Ovaskainen 2019. Ecological Monographs
36. Do feather traits convey information about bird condition during fall migration?
Cornelius Ruhs, E, Borden, DM, T Dallas, Pitman, E 2019. Wilson Journal of Ornithology
35. Contrasting latitudinal gradients of body size in helminth parasites and their hosts
T Dallas, Gehman, AL, Aguirre, AA, Budischak, SA, Drake, JM, Farrell, MJ, Ghai, R, Huang, S, Morales-Castilla, I 2019. Global Ecology and Biogeography
34. Host traits associated with species roles in parasite sharing networks
T Dallas, Han, BA, Nunn, CL, Park, AW, Stevens, PR, Drake, JM 2019. Oikos
33. When can competition and dispersal lead to checkerboard distributions?
T Dallas, Melbourne, BA, Hastings, A 2018. Journal of Animal Ecology
32. Habitat suitability estimated by niche models is largely unrelated to species abundance
T Dallas, Hastings, A 2018. Global Ecology and Biogeography
31. Gauging support for macroecological patterns in helminth parasites
T Dallas, Aguirre, AA, Budischak, S, Carlson, C, Ezenwa, VO, Han, BA, Huang, S, Stevens, PR 2018. Global Ecology and Biogeography
30. Multiple data sources and freely available code is critical when investigating species distributions and diversity: a response to Knouft (2018)
T Dallas, Decker, R, Hastings, A 2018. Ecology Letters
29. Variable Bibliographic Database Access Could Limit Reproducibility
T Dallas, Gehman, AL, Farrell, MJ 2018. BioScience
28. Characterizing the phylogenetic specialism-generalism spectrum of mammal parasites
AW Park, Farrell, MJ, Schmidt, JP, Huang, S, T Dallas, Pappalardo, P, Drake, JM, Stephens, PR, Poulin, R, Nunn, CL, Davies, TJ 2018. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
27. Spatial extinction date estimation: a novel method for reconstructing spatiotemporal patterns of extinction and identifying potential zones of rediscovery
C Carlson, Burgio, K, Dallas, T, Bond, AL 2018. in review
26. Experimental evidence of pathogen invasion threshold
T Dallas, Krkosek, M, Drake, J 2018. Royal Society Open Science
25. Compositional turnover in host and parasite communities does not change network structure
T Dallas, Poisot, T 2017. Ecography
24. Species are not most abundant in the center of their geographic range or climatic niche
T Dallas, Decker, R, Hastings, A 2017. Ecology Letters
23. The Parasite Extinction Assessment and Red List -- an open-source, online biodiversity database for neglected symbionts
C. Carlson, Muellerklein, O, Phillips, AJ, Burgio, KR, Castaldo, G, Cizauskas, CA, Cumming, GS, Dallas, T, Dona, J, Harris, N, Jovani, R, Miao, Z, Proctor, H, Yoon, HS, Getz, W 2017.
22. The mathematics of extinction across scales -- from populations to the biosphere
C Carlson, Burgio, K, Dallas, T, Getz, W 2017. Mathematics of Planet Earth -- Quantitative Approaches to Issues of Current Interest
21. Parasite biodiversity faces extinction and redistribution in a changing climate
C Carlson, Burgio, KR, Dougherty, ER, Phillips, AJ, Bueno, VM, Clements, CF, Castaldo, G, Dallas, T, Cizauskas, CA, Cumming, GS, Doña, J, Harris, NC, Jovani, R, Mironov, S, Muellerklein, OC, Proctor, HC, Getz, WM 2017. Science Advances
20. Estimating parasite host range
T Dallas, Huang, S, Nunn, CL, Park, AW, Drake, JM 2017. Proceedings of the Royal Society B
19. Predicting cryptic links in host-parasite networks
T Dallas, Park, AW, Drake, JM 2017. PLoS Computational Biology
18. Predictability of helminth parasite host range using information on geography, host traits and parasite community structure
T Dallas, Park, AW, Drake, JM 2017. Parasitology
17. Data-driven identification of potential Zika virus vectors
M Evans, Dallas, T, Han, B, Murdock, CC, Drake, JM 2016. eLife
16. Ordination obscures the influence of environment on plankton metacommunity structure
T Dallas, Kramer, A, Zokan, M, Drake, JM 2016. Limnology and Oceanography Letters
15. Fluctuating temperatures alter environmental pathogen transmission in a Daphnia-pathogen system
T Dallas, Drake, JM 2016. Ecology and Evolution
14. The Macroecology of Infectious Diseases: A New Perspective on Global-scale Drivers of Pathogen Distributions and Impacts
P. Stephens, Altizer, S, Smith, K, Aguirre, A, Brown, J, Budischak, S, Byers, J, Dallas, T, Davies, J, Drake, J, Ezenwa, V, Farrell, M, Gittleman, J, Han, B, Huang, S, Hutchinson, R, Johnson, P, Nunn, C, Onstad, D, Park, A, Vazquez-Prokopec, G, Schmidt, J, Poulin, R 2016. Ecology Letters
13. helminthR: An R interface to the London Natural History Museum's Host-Parasite Database
T Dallas 2016. Ecography
12. Competition-mediated feedbacks in experimental multi-species epizootics
T Dallas, Hall, R, Drake, JM 2016. Ecology
11. Costs of resistance and infection by a generalist pathogen
T Dallas, Holtackers, M, Drake, JM 2016. Ecology and Evolution
10. Vector species richness increases hemorrhagic disease prevalence through functional diversity modulating the duration of seasonal transmission
AW Park, Cleveland, C, Dallas, T, Corn, J 2015. Parasitology
9. Co-extinction in a host-parasite network: identifying key hosts for network stability
T Dallas, Cornelius, E 2015. Nature Scientific Reports
8. Phylogenetic signals in host-parasite associations for Neotropical bats and Nearctic desert rodents
SJ Presley, Dallas, T, Klingbeil, BT, Willig, MR 2015. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
7. Relative Importance of Environmental, Geographic, and Spatial Variables on Zooplankton Metacommunities
T Dallas, Drake, JM 2014. Ecosphere
6. metacom: an R package for the analysis of metacommunity structure
T Dallas 2014. Ecography
5. Relative importance of host environment, transmission potential, and host phylogeny to the structure of parasite metacommunities
T Dallas, Presley, SJ 2014. Oikos
4. Model selection criteria for count data with overdispersion and its application to the host-parasite relationship
HJ Kim, Cavanaugh, JE, Dallas, T, Fore, S 2014. Environmental and Ecological Statistics
3. Nitrate enrichment alters a Daphnia-microparasite interaction through multiple pathways
T Dallas, Drake, JM 2013. Ecology and Evolution
2. Chemical attraction of Dermacentor variabilis ticks parasitic to Peromyscus leucopus based on host body mass and sex
T Dallas, Fore, S 2013. Experimental and Applied Acarology
1. Modeling the influence of Peromyscus leucopus body mass, sex and habitat on immature Dermacentor variabilis burdens
T Dallas, Fore, S, Kim, HJ 2013. Journal of Vector Ecology