Giulia Ghedini
Giulia Ghedini
Gulbenkian Science Institute
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Resisting regime-shifts: the stabilising effect of compensatory processes
SD Connell, G Ghedini
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (9), 513-515, 2015
Trophic compensation reinforces resistance: herbivory absorbs the increasing effects of multiple disturbances
G Ghedini, BD Russell, SD Connell
Ecology Letters 18 (2), 182-187, 2015
Ecological impacts of invading seaweeds: a meta-analysis of their effects at different trophic levels
E Maggi, L Benedetti-Cecchi, A Castelli, E Chatzinikolaou, T Crowe, ...
Diversity and Distributions 21 (1), 1-12, 2014
Climate‐driven disparities among ecological interactions threaten kelp forest persistence
EJ Provost, BP Kelaher, SA Dworjanyn, BD Russell, SD Connell, ...
Global change biology 23 (1), 353-361, 2017
Variation in the structure of subtidal landscapes in the NW Mediterranean Sea
L Tamburello, L Benedetti-Cecchi, G Ghedini, T Alestra, F Bulleri
Marine Ecology Progress Series 457, 29-41, 2012
Organismal homeostasis buffers the effects of abiotic change on community dynamics
G Ghedini, SD Connell
Ecology 97 (10), 2671-2679, 2016
Managing local coastal stressors to reduce the ecological effects of ocean acidification and warming
G Ghedini, BD Russell, SD Connell
Water 5 (4), 1653-1661, 2013
Moving ocean acidification research beyond a simple science: investigating ecological change and their stabilizers
G Ghedini, SD Connell
Food Webs 13, 53-59, 2017
Ecological Resistance–Why Mechanisms Matter: A Reply to Sundstrom et al.
SD Connell, DG Nimmo, G Ghedini, R Mac Nally, AF Bennett
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (6), 413-414, 2016
Does energy flux predict density‐dependence? An empirical field test
G Ghedini, CR White, DJ Marshall
Ecology 98 (12), 3116-3126, 2017
Beyond spatial and temporal averages: ecological responses to extreme events may be exacerbated by local disturbances
G Ghedini, BD Russell, LJ Falkenberg, SD Connell
Climate Change Responses 2, 1-8, 2015
Metabolic scaling across succession: Do individual rates predict community‐level energy use?
G Ghedini, CR White, DJ Marshall
Functional Ecology 32 (6), 1447-1456, 2018
Genome size affects fitness in the eukaryotic alga Dunaliella tertiolecta
ME Malerba, G Ghedini, DJ Marshall
Current Biology 30 (17), 3450-3456. e3, 2020
Species interactions can maintain resistance of subtidal algal habitats to an increasingly modified world
LJ Falkenberg, SD Connell, OI Coffee, G Ghedini, BD Russell
Global Ecology and Conservation 4, 549-558, 2015
Phytoplankton diversity affects biomass and energy production differently during community development
G Ghedini, DJ Marshall, M Loreau
Functional Ecology 36 (2), 446-457, 2022
Energetic scaling across different host densities and its consequences for pathogen proliferation
LS N°rgaard, G Ghedini, BL Phillips, MD Hall
Functional Ecology 35 (2), 475-484, 2021
Testing MacArthur's minimisation principle: do communities minimise energy wastage during succession?
G Ghedini, M Loreau, CR White, DJ Marshall
Ecology letters 21 (8), 1182-1190, 2018
How to estimate community energy flux? A comparison of approaches reveals that size-abundance trade-offs alter the scaling of community energy flux
G Ghedini, ME Malerba, DJ Marshall
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1933), 20200995, 2020
Potential effects of storm-water run-off on assemblages of mobile invertebrates
G Ghedini, JC Klein, RA Coleman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 439, 169-180, 2011
Community efficiency during succession: a test of MacArthur's minimization principle in phytoplankton communities
G Ghedini, M Loreau, DJ Marshall
Ecology 101 (6), e03015, 2020
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