32. Hale, K.R.S., Maes, D.P., Valdovinos, F.S. (2020) The Ecological Theory of Mutualism: Models Generalizing Across Different Mechanisms.


31. Ávila-Thieme, M.I., Corcoran, D., Pérez-Matus, A., Wieters, E. A., Navarrete, S.A., Marquet, P.A., Valdovinos, F.S. (2020) Alteration of coastal productivity and artisanal fisheries interact to affect a marine food-web.


30. Ávila-Thieme, M. I., Corcoran, D., Castillo, S. P., Valdovinos, F. S., Navarrete, S. A., & Marquet, P. A. (2020). NetworkExtinction: An R package to explore the propagation of extinctions through complex ecological networks.


29. Glaum, P.R., Wood, T.J., Morris, J.R., Valdovinos, F.S. (2020) Phenology and flowering overlap drive specialization in pollinator networks.


28. Young, J.G., Valdovinos, F.S., Newman, M.E.J. (2019) Reconstruction of plant–pollinator networks from observational data.

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27. Valdovinos, F.S. & Marsland III, R. (in press) Niche theory for mutualism: A graphical approach to plant-pollinator network dynamics. The American Naturalist


26. Glaum, P. R., Cocco, V., Valdovinos, F.S. (2020) Integrating Economic dynamics into Ecological Networks: The case of fishery sustainability. Science Advances.

25. Hale, K.R.S., Valdovinos, F.S., Martinez, N.D. (2020) Mutualism increases diversity, stability, and function of multiplex networks that integrate pollinators into food webs. Nature Communications, 11, 1-14, DOI: 10.1038/s41467-020-15688-w

24. Valdovinos, F.S. (2019) Mutualistic Networks: Moving closer to a predictive theory. Ecology Letters,22, 1517-1534. doi: 10.1111/ele.13279


23. Ponisio, L.C., Valdovinos, F.S., Allhoff, K.T., Gaiarsa, M., Guimarães Jr., P.R., Hembry, D. H., Morrison, B., Gillespie, R. (2019) A network perspective for community assembly. Frontiers in Ecology & Evolution

22. Baiser, B, Gravel, D, Cirtwill, A, Dunne, J.A., Fahimpour, A.K., Gilarranz L.J., Grochow, J.A., Li, D., Martinez, N.D., McGrew, A., Poisot, T., Romnuk, T.N., Stouffer, D.B., Trotta, L.B., Valdovinos, F.S., Williams, R.J., Wood, S.A., Yeakel, J.D. (2019). Ecogeographical Rules and the Macroecology of Food Webs. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/geb.12925.

21. Bland, S., Valdovinos, F.S., Hutchings, J.A., Kuparinen, A. (2019) The role of fish life histories in allometrically scaled food-web dynamics. Ecology and Evolution, 00:1–10.

20. Kuparinen, A., Perälä, T., Martinez, N. D., & Valdovinos, F. S. (2018). Environmentally‐induced noise dampens and reddens with increasing trophic level in a complex food web. Oikos, doi: 10.1111/oik.05575

19. Valdovinos, F.S., Berlow, E.L., Moisset de Espanés, P., Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Vázquez, D.P., Martinez, N.D. (in press) Species traits and network structure predict the success and impacts of pollinator invasions. Nature Communications.

18. T.N. Romanuk, Y. Zhou, F.S. Valdovinos and N.D. Martinez (2017) Robustness Trade-Offs in Model Food Webs: Invasion Probability Decreases While Invasion Consequences Increase with Connectance. Advances in Ecological Research.

17. Valdovinos, F.S., Brosi, B.J., Briggs, H.M., Moisset de Espanés, P., Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Martinez, N.D. (2016). Niche partitioning due to adaptive foraging reverses effects of nestedness and connectance on pollination network stability. Ecology Letters, 19, 1277-1286. 

16. Davies, N., Field, D., Gavaghan, D., Holbrook, S. J., Planes, S., Troyer, M., Bonsall, M., Claudet, J., Roderick, G., Schmitt, R.J., Zettler, L. A., Berteaux, V., Bossin, H. C., Cabasse, C., Collin, A., Deck, J., Dell, T., Dunne, J., Gates, R., Harfoot, M., Hench, J. L., Hopuare, M., Kirch, P., Kotoulas, G., Kosenkov, A., Kusenko, A., Leichter, J. J., Lenihan, H., Magoulas, A., Martinez, N., Meyer, C., Stoll, B., Swalla, B., Tartakovsky, D. M., Teavai, H. Turyshev, M. S., Valdovinos, F., Williams, R, Wood, Spencer, and IDEA Consortium. Simulating social-ecological systems: the Island Digital Ecosystem Avatars (IDEA) consortium. (2016) GigaScience, 5, 1.


15. Kuparinen, A., Boit, A., Valdovinos, F. S., Lassaux, H., Martinez, N. D. (2016) Fishing-induced life-history changes degrade and destabilize harvested ecosystems. Scientific Reports, 6:22245, DOI: 10.1038/srep22245.


14. Rominger, A. J., Goodman, K. R., Lim, J. Y., Armstrong, E. E., Becking, L. E., Bennett, G. M., Brewer, M.S., Cotoras, D.D., Ewing, C.P., Harte, J., Martinez, N.D., O'Grady, P.M., Percy, D.M., Price, D.K., Roderick, G.K., Shaw, K.L., Valdovinos, F.S., Gruner, D.S., & Gillespie, R. G. Community assembly on isolated islands: macroecology meets evolution. (2015) Global Ecology and Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/geb.1234


13. Vázquez, D. P., Ramos‐Jiliberto, R., Urbani, P., & Valdovinos, F. S. (2015) A conceptual framework for studying the strength of plant–animal mutualistic interactions. Ecology Letters, 18, 385-400.

12. Smith-Ramírez C., Ramos-Jiliberto R., Valdovinos F.S., Martínez P., Castillo J.A., Armesto J.J. (2014) Decadal trends in the pollinator assemblage of Eucryphia cordifolia in Chilean rainforests. Oecologia, 176, 157-169.


11. Valdovinos, F.S., Moisset de Espanés, P., Flores J.D, Ramos-Jiliberto, R. (2013) Adaptive foraging allows the maintenance of biodiversity of pollination networks. Oikos 122: 907-917.


10. Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Valdovinos, F.S., Moisset de Espanés, P., Flores J.D. (2012) Topological plasticity increases robustness of mutualistic networks. Journal of Animal Ecology 81: 896-904.


9. Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Valdovinos, F.S., Arias, J., Alcaraz, C., García-Bertho, E. (2011) A network-based approach to the analysis of ontogenetic diet shift: an example with the endangered fish Aphanius iberus. Ecological Complexity 8: 123–129.


8. Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Domínguez, D., Espinoza, C., López, G., Valdovinos, F.S., Medel, R., Bustamante, R.O. (2010) Topology of Andean plant-pollinator networks along an altitudinal gradient. Ecological Complexity 7: 86-90.


7. Valdovinos, F.S., Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Urbani, P., Garay-Narváez, Dunne, J.A. (2010b) Consequences of adaptive behavior for the structure and dynamics of food webs. Ecology Letters 13: 1546–1559.

6. Valdovinos, F.S., Urbani, P, Ramos-Jiliberto, R. (2010a) Analysis of the consequences of individual adaptive behavior on population stability: The case of optimal foraging. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 83: 207-218.

5. Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Oyanedel, J.P., Vega-Retter, C., Valdovinos, F.S. (2009b) Nested structure of plankton communities from Chilean freshwaters. Limnologica 39: 319-324.

4. Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Albornoz, A., Valdovinos, F.S., Smith-Ramírez, C., Arim, M., Armesto, J., Marquet, P. (2009a) A network analysis of plant-pollinator interactions in temperate rain forests of Chiloé Island, Chile. Oecologia. 160: 697-706.

3. Valdovinos, F.S., Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Flores, J.D., Espinoza, C., López, G. (2009b) Structure and dynamics of pollination networks: the role of alien plants. Oikos 118: 1190-1200.

2. Valdovinos, F.S., Chiappa, E., Simonetti, J.A. (2009a) Nestedness of bee assemblages in an endemic South American forest: the role of pine matrix and small fragments. Journal of Insect Conservation 13: 449-452.

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