Korinna T. Allhoff
Korinna T. Allhoff
Assistant Professor
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Evolutionary food web model based on body masses gives realistic networks with permanent species turnover
KT Allhoff, D Ritterskamp, BC Rall, B Drossel, C Guill
Scientific Reports, Article number: 10955, doi:10.1038/srep1, 2015
When do evolutionary food web models generate complex networks?
KT Allhoff, B Drossel
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2013
A network perspective for community assembly
L Ponisio, F Valdovinos, K Allhoff, M Gaiarsa, A Barner, P Guimarães, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2019
Directed percolation model for turbulence transition in shear flows
KT Allhoff, B Eckhardt
Fluid Dynamics Research 44 (3), 031201, 2012
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Evolving Food Webs
KT Allhoff, B Drossel
Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B, 2016
On the interplay of speciation and dispersal: An evolutionary food web model in space
KT Allhoff, EM Weiel, T Rogge, B Drossel
Journal of Theoretical Biology 366, 46-56, 2015
Spatial topologies affect local food web structure and diversity in evolutionary metacommunities
L Bolchoun, B Drossel, KT Allhoff
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
Modern models of trophic meta-communities
T Gross, KT Allhoff, B Blasius, U Brose, B Drossel, AK Fahimipour, C Guill, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1814), 20190455, 2020
Interplay of spatial dynamics and local adaptation shapes species lifetime distributions and species-area relationships
T Rogge, D Jones, B Drossel, KT Allhoff
Theoretical Ecology, 2019
Selective effects of temperature on body mass depend on trophic interactions and network position
A Weinbach, K Allhoff, E Thébault, F Massol, N Loeuille
Collapse and rescue of evolutionary food webs under global warming
Y Yacine, KT Allhoff, A Weinbach, N Loeuille
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2020
Evolutionary food web models in fragmented landscapes
KT Allhoff
TU Darmstadt, 2015
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