• Functional responses can unify invasion ecology 

      Dick, J.T.A.; Alexander, M.E.; Ricciardi, A.; Laverty, C.; Downey, P.O.; Xu, M.; Jeschke, J.M.; Saul, W.C.; Hill, M.P.; Wasserman, R.; Barrios-O'Neill, D.; Weyl, O.L.F.; Shaw, R.H. (Springer, 2017)
      We contend that invasion ecology requires a universal, measurable trait of species and their interactions with resources that predicts key elements of invasibility and ecological impact; here, we advocate that functional ...
    • Functional responses can’t unify invasion ecology 

      Vonesh, J.; McCoy, M.; Altwegg, R.; Landi, P.; Measey, J. (Springer, 2017)
      Dick et al. (Biol Invasions, 2017) propose that the comparative functional response framework provides a unifying approach for the study of invasive species. We agree that functional responses are an important and powerful ...