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Nadiah Kristensen
Nadiah Kristensen
National University of Singapore
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The eco‐evolutionary consequences of interspecific phenological asynchrony–A theoretical perspective
J Johansson, NP Kristensen, JÅ Nilsson, N Jonzén
Oikos 124 (1), 102-112, 2015
642015
Modelling the ecology and evolution of communities: a review of past achievements, current efforts, and future promises
Å Brännström, J Johansson, N Loeuille, N Kristensen, TA Troost, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Research 14 (5), 601-625, 2012
502012
Is maximizing resilience compatible with established ecological goal functions?
NP Kristensen, A Gabric, R Braddock, R Cropp
Ecological Modelling 169 (1), 61-71, 2003
272003
A comprehensive assessment of diversity loss in a well-documented tropical insect fauna: Almost half of Singapore's butterfly species extirpated in 160 years
M Theng, WFA Jusoh, A Jain, B Huertas, DJX Tan, HZ Tan, NP Kristensen, ...
Biological Conservation 242, 108401, 2020
252020
Phenology of two interdependent traits in migratory birds in response to climate change
NP Kristensen, J Johansson, J Ripa, N Jonzén
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1807), 20150288, 2015
232015
Wind-borne dispersal of a parasitoid: the process, the model, and its validation
NP Kristensen, NA Schellhorn, AD Hulthen, LJ Howie, PJ De Barro
Environmental entomology 42 (6), 1137-1148, 2013
212013
Consequences of information use in breeding habitat selection on the evolution of settlement time
KA Schmidt, J Johansson, N Kristensen, F Massol, N Jonzén
Oikos 124 (1), 69-80, 2015
202015
The initial dispersal and spread of an intentional invader at three spatial scales
NP Kristensen, PJ De Barro, NA Schellhorn
PLoS One 8 (5), e62407, 2013
182013
Coordinated service provision in payment for ecosystem service schemes through adaptive governance
DC Cook, NP Kristensen, S Liu
Ecosystem Services 19, 103-108, 2016
152016
Ecological network assembly: how the regional metaweb influences local food webs
LA Saravia, TI Marina, NP Kristensen, M De Troch, FR Momo
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (3), 630-642, 2022
122022
Dealing with high uncertainty in qualitative network models using Boolean analysis
NP Kristensen, RA Chisholm, E McDonald‐Madden
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (7), 1048-1061, 2019
92019
Predation can select for later and more synchronous arrival times in migrating species
AMF Harts, NP Kristensen, H Kokko
Oikos 125 (10), 1528-1538, 2016
92016
Validation and extension of the Tea Bag Index to collect decomposition data from termite-rich ecosystems
A Teo, NP Kristensen, JA Keuskamp, TA Evans, M Foo, RA Chisholm
Pedobiologia 80, 150639, 2020
72020
Extinction rate of discovered and undiscovered plants in Singapore
NP Kristensen, WW Seah, KY Chong, YS Yeoh, T Fung, LM Berman, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (5), 1229-1240, 2020
52020
Inferring stratified parasitoid dispersal mechanisms and parameters from coarse data using mathematical and Bayesian methods
C Strickland, NP Kristensen, L Miller
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (130), 20170005, 2017
52017
Permanence does not predict the commonly measured food web structural attributes
NP Kristensen
The American Naturalist 171 (2), 202-213, 2008
52008
Model for Gas‐Liquid Flow through Wet Porous Medium
IE Agranovski, RD Braddock, NP Kristensen, S Crozier, T Myojo
Chemical engineering & technology 24 (11), 1151-1155, 2001
52001
DAISIE: Dynamical assembly of islands by speciation, immigration and extinction
R Etienne, LL Valente, AB Phillimore, B Haegeman, J Lambert, P Neves, ...
42020
Predicting the ecosystem-wide impacts of eradication with limited information using a qualitative modelling approach.
Y Han, NP Kristensen, YM Buckley, DJ Maple, J West, ...
Ecological Modelling 430, 109122, 2020
42020
Bird diversity on shelf islands does not benefit from recent land‐bridge connections
YCK Sin, NP Kristensen, CY Gwee, RA Chisholm, FE Rheindt
Journal of Biogeography 49 (1), 189-200, 2022
22022
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