Karen Alofs
Karen Alofs
Assistant Professor, School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan
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Ontario freshwater fishes demonstrate differing range‐boundary shifts in a warming climate
KM Alofs, DA Jackson, NP Lester
Diversity and Distributions 20 (2), 123-136, 2014
Meta‐analysis suggests biotic resistance in freshwater environments is driven by consumption rather than competition
KM Alofs, DA Jackson
Ecology 95 (12), 3259-3270, 2014
Habitat fragmentation caused by woody plant encroachment inhibits the spread of an invasive grass
KM Alofs, NL Fowler
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (2), 338-347, 2010
Loss of native herbaceous species due to woody plant encroachment facilitates the establishment of an invasive grass
KM Alofs, NL Fowler
Ecology 94 (3), 751-760, 2013
The abiotic and biotic factors limiting establishment of predatory fishes at their expanding northern range boundaries in Ontario, Canada
KM Alofs, DA Jackson
Global Change Biology 21, 2227-2237, 2015
Mind the (information) gap: the importance of exploration and discovery for assessing conservation priorities for freshwater fish
KM Alofs, EA Liverpool, DC Taphorn, CR Bernard, H López‐Fernández
Diversity and Distributions 20 (1), 107-113, 2014
Life span, growth and mortality in the western Pacific goby Trimma benjamini, and comparisons with T. nasa
R Winterbottom, KM Alofs, A Marseu
Environmental biology of fishes 91, 295-301, 2011
Local native plant diversity responds to habitat loss and fragmentation over different time spans and spatial scales
KM Alofs, AV González, NL Fowler
Plant Ecology 215, 1139-1151, 2014
Microhabitat-scale influences of resources and refuge on habitat selection by an estuarine opportunist fish
KM Alofs, KM Polivka
Marine Ecology Progress Series 271, 297-306, 2004
The vulnerability of species to range expansions by predators can be predicted using historical species associations and body size
KM Alofs, DA Jackson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20151211, 2015
Potential spread of Great Lakes fishes given climate change and proposed dams: an approach using circuit theory to evaluate invasion risk
SJ Melles, C Chu, KM Alofs, DA Jackson
Landscape Ecology 30, 919-935, 2015
Functional diversity and redundancy of freshwater fish communities across biogeographic and environmental gradients
KA Lamothe, KM Alofs, DA Jackson, KM Somers
Diversity and Distributions 24 (11), 1612-1626, 2018
The influence of variability in species trait data on community‐level ecological prediction and inference
KM Alofs
Ecology and Evolution 6 (17), 6345-6353, 2016
Evaluating functional diversity conservation for freshwater fishes resulting from terrestrial protected areas
KA Lamothe, KM Alofs, C Chu
Freshwater Biology 64 (11), 2057-2070, 2019
A science and management partnership to restore coregonine diversity to the Laurentian Great Lakes
DB Bunnell, AS Ackiss, KM Alofs, CO Brant, CR Bronte, RM Claramunt, ...
Environmental Reviews, 2023
Bioregions are predominantly climatic for fishes of northern lakes
CJG Loewen, DA Jackson, C Chu, KM Alofs, GJA Hansen, AE Honsey, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 31 (2), 233-246, 2022
Putting dark diversity in the spotlight
CE Scott, KM Alofs, BA Edwards
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 26 (6), 263-264, 2011
Developing a resist‐accept‐direct (RAD) framework for managing freshwater fish species shifting in and out of political jurisdictions
KM Alofs, KE Wehrly
Fisheries Management and Ecology 29 (4), 486-490, 2022
The effects of habitat loss and fragmentation caused by woody plant encroachment on native plant diversity and on an invasive grass
KM Alofs
Landscape approaches to understanding invasions in inland lakes: Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax) as a case study
K Alofs
Advances in Understanding Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and …, 2019
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