Publications & presentations
I try to self-archive all my articles here and at ResearchGate, as far as publication policies allow. Additionally, you can find information about citation metrics of my publications if you look at my ResearcherID: H-5401-2013 or at my Google Scholar site. I also do have an ORCID: 0000-0003-3529-5681.
Preprints (non-peer reviewed)
1. Lehmann P, Ammunet T, Barton M, Battisti A, Eigenbrode SD, Jepsen JU, Kalinkat G, Neuvonen S, Niemelä P, Økland B, Terblanche JS, Björkman C (2018): Complex responses of global insect pests to climate change. bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/425488 - pdf
Publications listed in Web of ScienceTM
16. He F, Zarfl C, Bremerich V, David JNW, Hogan Z, Kalinkat G, Darwall W, Tockner K, Jähnig SC (accepted): The global decline of freshwater megafauna. – Global Change Biology.
15. Jaric I, Lennox RJ, Kalinkat G, Cvijanovic G, Radinger J (2019): Susceptibility of European freshwater fish to climate change: species profiling based on life-history and environmental characteristics. Global Change Biology 25:448-458 - also available as preprint at bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/355875 - pdf - (press release in English and German)
14. Li Y, Rall BC, Kalinkat G (2018): Experimental duration and predator satiation levels systematically affect functional response parameters. Oikos 127:590-598 - also available as preprint at bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/10888 - preprint pdf
13. Kalinkat G, Jähnig SC, Jeschke JM (2017): Exceptional body size–extinction risk relations shed new light on the freshwater biodiversity crisis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114: E10263-E10264 - preprint pdf
12. Lukas JAY, Jourdan J, Kalinkat, G, Emde, S, Miesen, FW, Jüngling, H, Cocchiararo, B, Bierbach, D (2017): On the occurrence of three non-native cichlid species including the first record of Pelmatolapia (“Tilapia”) mariae (Boulenger, 1899) in Europe. Royal Society Open Science 4:170160 - Open access article - pdf - (press release in German)
11. Brose U, Blanchard JL, Eklöf A, Galiana N, Hartvig M, Hirt M, Kalinkat G, Nordström MC, O’Gorman EJ, Rall BC, Schneider FD, Thébault E, Jacob U (2017): Predicting the consequences of species loss by size-structured biodiversity approaches. Biological Reviews 92:684-697 - preprint pdf
10. Kalinkat G, Cabral JS, Darwall W, Ficetola GF, Fisher JL, Giling D, Gosselin M-P, Grossart H-P, Jähnig SC, Jeschke JM, Knopf K, Larsen S, Onandia G, Paetzig M, Saul W-C, Singer G, Sperfeld E, Jarić I (2017): Flagship umbrella species needed for the conservation of overlooked aquatic biodiversity. Conservation Biology 31:481-485 - Open access article - pdf - (press release in English and German)
9. Schröder A, Kalinkat G, Arlinghaus R (2016): Individual variation in functional response parameters is explained by body size but not by behavioural types in a poeciliied fish. Oecologia 182:1129-1140 - preprint pdf
6. Kalinkat G, Schneider FD, Guill C, Digel C, Rall BC, Brose U (2013): Body masses, functional responses and predator-prey stability. Ecology Letters 16:1126-1134. – G Kalinkat and FD Schneider contributed equally to this study - pdf - raw data on figshare
4. Rall BC, Brose U, Hartvig M, Kalinkat G, Schwarzmüller F, Vucic-Pestic O, Petchey OL (2012): Universal temperature and body-mass scaling of feeding rates. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367: 2923-2934 - pdf
2. Rall BC, Kalinkat G, Ott D, Vucic-Pestic O, Brose U (2011): Taxonomic versus allometric constraints on non-linear interaction strengths. Oikos 120:483-492. – BC Rall and G Kalinkat contributed equally to this study - pdf
Other academic publications
4. Baranov V, Kalinkat G (2018): Community Ecology of Aquatic Insects: A Landscape Perspective. In Novel Methods and Results of Landscape Research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia, Vol. 3. Landscape Monitoring and Modelling by Müller L, Sychev VG (eds). Publishing House FSBSI Pryanishnikov Institute of Agrochemistry, Moscow, Russia, pp 115-119, ISBN 9785923802498 - pdf
3. Lukas JAY, Kalinkat G, Kempkes M, Rose U, Bierbach D (2017): Feral guppies in Germany – a critical evaluation of a citizen science approach as a biomonitoring tool. Bulletin of Fish Biology 17:13-27 - pdf
2. Kalinkat G (2016): Ecological Mechanics – Principles of Life’s Physical interactions, M. Denny, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA (2016). 503pp., $79.95, ISBN: 978-0-69-116315-4. Basic and Applied Ecology 17:564 - preprint pdf
1. Kalinkat G, Rall BC (2015): Effects of climate change on the interactions between insect pests and their natural enemies – in Climate Change and Insect Pests by Björkman C, Niemelä P (eds). CABI Wallingford, UK, pp 74-91, ISBN 9781780643786 - Google books - preprint pdf
1. Kalinkat G (2007): Consumption preferences of epigeic spiders driven by prey body mass – Diploma Thesis, TU Darmstadt - pdf
Popular science writing
3. Bierbach D, Kalinkat G, Kempkes M (2018): Der Gillbach als (semi)-natürliches Forschungslabor. –in Tropische Neozoen in heimischen Fließgewässern von Kempkes M, Lukas J, Bierbach D (Hrsg.). VerlagsKG Wolf, Magdeburg, DE, pp 102-107, ISBN 9783894322878.
2. Kalinkat G, Bierbach D, Lukas J (2018): Geothermale und anthropogen erwärmte Gewässer als Lebensräume tropischer (Fisch-)Arten in den gemäßigten Breiten Europas. – in Tropische Neozoen in heimischen Fließgewässern von Kempkes M, Lukas J, Bierbach D (Hrsg.). VerlagsKG Wolf, Magdeburg, DE, pp 11-25, ISBN 9783894322878.
7. Kalinkat G (2018): How body size and animal personalities affect predator-prey interactions, food webs and biodiversity threats – Oral presentation at the Institute of Hydrobiology, Biology Center of the Czech Academy of Sciences, České Budějovice, Czech Republic.
6. Kalinkat G (2016): Intraspecific differences in fish foraging efficiencies and metabolic rates and the consequences for predator-prey interactions – Oral presentation at the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (NGRREC), East Alton, IL, USA.
5. Kalinkat G (2015): Interaction strengths in food webs: What determines interaction strength in predator-prey systems: A look at body sizes, animal personalities and beyond – Oral presentation at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zürich, Switzerland.
4. Kalinkat G (2014): What determines interaction strengths in food webs: a look at body sizes and animal personalities. – Oral presentation at the Eawag Kastanienbaum (Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology), Luzern, Switzerland.
3. Kalinkat G (2013): Interaction strengths in food webs: Implications of body sizes and behavioural types for population dynamics, community structure and species persistence– Oral presentation at the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Science and Inland Fisheries, Berlin, Germany.
2. Kalinkat G (2013): Towards an understanding of complexity: How body sizes, preferences and habitat structure constrain predator-prey interactions– Oral presentation at the Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Berne, Switzerland.
1. Kalinkat G (2012): Interaction strengths in food webs: Allometric functional responses and analyses of quantitative bipartite ecological networks – Oral presentation at the Institute for Hydrobiology and Fishery Science, University of Hamburg, Germany.
11. Kalinkat G, Lukas J, Dominguez Rodriguez M, Choi J, Schröder A, Bierbach D (2018): Temperature-dependent relationships between behavioural types and individual-level feeding rates and dispersal in non-native freshwater fishes – Oral presentation at the Nordic Oikos Society meeting, Trondheim, Norway.
10. Kalinkat G, He F, Jähnig SC, Jeschke J (2017): Understanding the freshwater biodiversity crisis in the light of exceptional allometric scaling relations – Oral presentation at the joint annual meeting of four European ecological societies (BES, GfÖ, NecoV, EEF) in Ghent, Belgium.
9. Kalinkat G, Mittermeier JC, Roll U, Lennox R, Jaric I (2017): Using Wikipedia page views to explore the potential of invasion culturomics – Poster presentation at the Macroecology of Alien Species symposium organised by the British Ecological Society, Durham, United Kingdom.
8. Kalinkat G, Dominguez Rodriguez M, Choi J, Lukas J, Schröder A, Bierbach D (2016): Individual variation in behaviour and feeding rates and its implications for the establishment of non-native species in a thermally altered world – Oral presentation at the British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
7. Kalinkat G (2016): Unifying recent advancements in network theory and molecular assessment tools to unravel the structure and dynamics of soil food webs in space and time – Oral presentation at the workshop "Soil food webs: Linking structure, energy flux and function" organised by GfÖ, DBG and DFG Research Unit 918, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany.
6. Kalinkat G, Emde S, Jourdan J, Miesen FW, Jeschke JM, Bierbach D (2015): Thermally altered freshwater systems: A neglected opportunity to study multiple stressors in the face of climate change – Poster presentation at the GfÖ Annual Meeting, Göttingen University, Germany.
5. Kalinkat G (2012): Patterns in bipartite predator‐prey webs: Analysing weighted network metrics and their ecological implications – Oral presentation at the GfÖ Annual Meeting, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany.
4. Kalinkat G, Jacob U, Rall BC, Brose U (2010): Body-size signatures in stomach-content based functional responses of Baltic Sea fish species - Oral presentation at the British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Leeds University, United Kingdom.
3. Kalinkat G, Rall BC, Brose U (2010): Allometric functional responses constrain consumption preferences of epigeic arthropod predators – Oral presentation at the GfÖ Annual Meeting, Giessen University, Germany.
2. Kalinkat G, Rall BC, Vucic-Pestic O, Ott D, Brose U (2010): Taxonomic versus allometric constraints on non-linear interaction strengths – Poster presentation at the 3rd Workshop of the ESF Research Network SIZEMIC, Institute of Marine Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
1. Kalinkat G, Vucic-Pestic O, Rall BC, Brose U (2008): Multi-prey functional responses of arthropod predators and prey body masses - Oral presentation at the British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Imperial College London, United Kingdom.
last update: 2019-06-06