David Boukal
David Boukal
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia
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Ecology-Managing evolving fish stocks
C Jorgensen, K Enberg, ES Dunlop, R Arlinghaus, DS Boukal, K Brander, ...
Science 318 (5854), 1247-1248, 2007
6302007
Single-species models of the Allee effect: extinction boundaries, sex ratios and mate encounters
DS Boukal, L Berec
Journal of Theoretical Biology 218 (3), 375-394, 2002
3552002
Fishing‐induced evolution of growth: Concepts, mechanisms and the empirical evidence
K Enberg, C Jørgensen, ES Dunlop, Ø Varpe, DS Boukal, L Baulier, ...
Marine Ecology 33 (1), 1-25, 2012
2332012
Evolutionary regime shifts in age and size at maturation of exploited fish stocks
AM De Roos, DS Boukal, L Persson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1596), 1873-1880, 2006
1622006
Evolutionary impact assessment: accounting for evolutionary consequences of fishing in an ecosystem approach to fisheries management
AT Laugen, GH Engelhard, R Whitlock, R Arlinghaus, DJ Dankel, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 65-96, 2014
1242014
Linking the Allee effect, sexual reproduction, and temperature-dependent sex determination via spatial dynamics
L Berec, DS Boukal, M Berec
The American Naturalist 157 (2), 217-230, 2001
1192001
Katalog vodních brouků České republiky
DS Boukal
Česká společnost entomologická, 2007
1132007
How predator functional responses and Allee effects in prey affect the paradox of enrichment and population collapses
DS Boukal, MW Sabelis, L Berec
Theoretical Population Biology 72 (1), 136-147, 2007
1102007
Can fisheries-induced evolution shift reference points for fisheries management?
M Heino, L Baulier, DS Boukal, B Ernande, FD Johnston, FM Mollet, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (4), 707-721, 2013
1022013
Who eats whom in a pool? A comparative study of prey selectivity by predatory aquatic insects
J Klecka, DS Boukal
PLoS One 7 (6), e37741, 2012
732012
Lyapunov functions for Lotka–Volterra predator–prey models with optimal foraging behavior
DS Boukal
Journal of Mathematical Biology 39 (6), 493-517, 1999
641999
Foraging and vulnerability traits modify predator–prey body mass allometry: freshwater macroinvertebrates as a case study
J Klecka, DS Boukal
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (5), 1031-1041, 2013
602013
Trait-and size-based descriptions of trophic links in freshwater food webs: current status and perspectives
DS Boukal
Journal of Limnology 73 (s1), 171-185, 2014
542014
The effect of habitat structure on prey mortality depends on predator and prey microhabitat use
J Klecka, DS Boukal
Oecologia 176 (1), 183-191, 2014
522014
Modelling mate-finding Allee effects and populations dynamics, with applications in pest control
DS Boukal, L Berec
Population Ecology 51 (3), 445-458, 2009
512009
Does sex-selective predation stabilize or destabilize predator-prey dynamics?
DS Boukal, L Berec, V Křivan
PLoS One 3 (7), e2687, 2008
512008
Thermal acclimation modulates the impacts of temperature and enrichment on trophic interaction strengths and population dynamics
A Sentis, J Morisson, DS Boukal
Global Change Biology 21 (9), 3290-3298, 2015
442015
Temperature‐size responses alter food chain persistence across environmental gradients
A Sentis, A Binzer, DS Boukal
Ecology Letters 20 (7), 852-862, 2017
392017
The utility of predatory fish in biomanipulation of deep reservoirs
M Vašek, M Prchalová, J Peterka, HAM Ketelaars, AJ Wagenvoort, ...
Ecological Engineering 52, 104-111, 2013
352013
Sex determination in Bonellia viridis (Echiura: Bonelliidae): population dynamics and evolution
L Berec, PJ Schembri, DS Boukal
Oikos 108 (3), 473-484, 2005
352005
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