Food Webs

Papers
(The TQCC of Food Webs is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Uptake and ingestion are the main pathways for microplastics to enter marine benthos: A review34
Recovering trophic structure through habitat restoration: A review23
Trophic transfer of microplastics in a model freshwater microcosm; lack of a consumer avoidance response23
Green vs brown food web: Effects of habitat type on multidimensional stability proxies for a highly-resolved Antarctic food web22
Trophic interactions in coral reef restoration: A review17
Food webs speak of human impact: Using stable isotope-based tools to measure ecological consequences of environmental change17
If you build it, they will come: Restoration positively influences free-living and parasite diversity in a restored tidal marsh16
Dietary fatty acids of spiders reveal spatial and temporal variations in aquatic-terrestrial linkages15
Secondary production is an underutilized metric to assess restoration initiatives14
Individual diet specialization drives population trophic niche responses to environmental change in a predator fish population13
Invasive European wasps alter scavenging dynamics around carrion13
Interactions between plants and pollinators across urban and rural farming landscapes12
Predation of a Brazilian porcupine (Coendou prehensilis) by an ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) at a mineral lick in the Peruvian Amazon11
Drone imaging of elasmobranchs: Whale sharks and golden cownose rays co-occurrence in a zooplankton hot-spot in southwestern Sea of Cortez11
Reinstating trophic cascades as an applied conservation tool to protect forest ecosystems from invasive grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis)10
Prey preferences of modern human hunter-gatherers10
Small mammals and ungulates respond to and interact with revegetation processes following dam removal10
Beyond sticks and stones: Integrating physical and ecological conditions into watershed restoration assessments using a food web modeling approach9
Contrasting dynamical responses of sympatric caribou and muskoxen to winter weather and earlier spring green-up in the Arctic9
Does feeding type matter? Contribution of organic matter sources to benthic invertebrates on the Arctic Chukchi Sea shelf9
Diazotrophic cyanobacteria in planktonic food webs9
A review of the ecological role of the Neotropical freshwater stingrays (Chondrichthyes: Potamotrygoninae)9
Stable isotopes point to anthropogenic subsidies in northern raccoons at the urban-wild interface8
Role of saltmarsh production in subsidizing adjacent seagrass food webs: Implications for landscape-scale restoration7
Carbon sources supporting macrobenthic crustaceans in tropical eastern pacific mangroves7
Zonation of protistan plankton in a productive area of the Patagonian shelf: Potential implications for the anchovy distribution7
Single and mixed diets of the toxic Cyanobacteria Microcystis aeruginosa and Raphidiopsis raciborskii differently affect Daphnia feeding behavior7
Wing buzzing as a potential antipredator defense against an invasive predator7
Fighting like cats and dogs? Dingoes do not constrain spatial and temporal movements of feral cats7
Mutual links between microcystins-producing cyanobacteria and plankton community in clear and brown northern lakes7
Death from below: Sit-and-wait predatory behavior in a burrowing crayfish (Lacunicambarus thomai)7
Spatio-temporal variation in macrofauna community structure in Mediterranean seagrass wrack6
Responses of dingo (Canis familiaris) populations to landscape-scale baiting6
Linking plant and animal functional diversity with an experimental community restoration in a Hawaiian lowland wet forest6
Measuring the occurrence and strength of intraguild predation in modern food webs6
Influence of lipid separation on the trophic interpretation of fatty acids6
Functional diversity in herbivorous fishes on Caribbean reefs: The role of macroalgal traits in driving interspecific differences in feeding behavior6
Camera trap serendipity and citizen science point to broader effects of urban heat islands on food webs6
Trophic hierarchy in a marine community revealed by network analysis on co-occurrence data5
Between fruits, flowers and nectar: The extraordinary diet of the frog Xenohyla truncata5
Fisheries restoration potential: Optimizing fisheries profits while maintaining food web structure5
The diet of Mustelus schmitti in areas with and without commercial bottom trawling (Central Patagonia, Southwestern Atlantic): Is it evidence of trophic interaction with the Patagonian shrimp fishery?5
Cross-habitat access modifies the ‘trophic relay’ in New England saltmarsh ecosystems5
Integrating trophic data from the literature: The Danube River food web4
Vertebrate prey capture by Latrodectus mactans (Walckenaer, 1805) and Steatoda triangulosa (Walckenaer, 1802) (Araneae, Theridiidae) provide further insights into the immobilization and hoisting mecha4
Contribution of emergent aquatic insects to the trophic variation of tropical birds and bats4
Functional and trophic diversity of tropical headwater stream communities inferred from carbon, nitrogen and hydrogen stable isotope ratios4
Short-term changes in reef fish community metrics correlate with variability in large shark occurrence4
Unexpected case of cancrivory in a lotic tropical ecosystem: First record of predation of Strengeriana maniformis by the frog Rheobates palmatus4
Increased nutrient availability correlates with increased growth of the benthic jellyfish Cassiopea spp.4
Can spatial food web subsidies associated with river hydrology and lateral connectivity be detected using stable isotopes?4
Microplastics are transferred in a trophic web between zooplankton and the amphibian Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum): Effects on their feeding behavior4
New mapping metrics to test functional response of food webs to coastal restoration4
Harpy eagles (Harpia harpyja) nesting at Refugio Amazonas, Tambopata, Peru feed on abundant disturbance-tolerant species4
Building urban predator-prey networks using camera traps4
Nature's fast food: frogs as invertebrate prey in a northern Atlantic Forest fragment4
Fishes in a seasonally pulsed wetland show spatiotemporal shifts in diet and trophic niche but not shifts in trophic position4
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