Ursula Scharler
Ursula Scharler
School of Life Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
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Ecological network analysis: network construction
BD Fath, UM Scharler, RE Ulanowicz, B Hannon
Ecological modelling 208 (1), 49-55, 2007
3222007
Aquatic food webs: an ecosystem approach
A Belgrano, UM Scharler, J Dunne, RE Ulanowicz
Oxford University Press, 2005
1482005
A comparison of selected ecosystem attributes of three South African estuaries with different freshwater inflow regimes, using network analysis
UM Scharler, D Baird
Journal of Marine Systems 56 (3-4), 283-308, 2005
1012005
Role of network analysis in comparative ecosystem ecology of estuaries
RR Christian, D Baird, J Luczkovich, JC Johnson, UM Scharler, ...
Aquatic food webs: an ecosystem approach, 25-40, 2005
742005
The influence of catchment management on salinity, nutrient stochiometry and phytoplankton biomass of Eastern Cape estuaries, South Africa
UM Scharler, D Baird
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56 (3-4), 735-748, 2003
722003
The consequences of the aggregation of detritus pools in ecological networks
S Allesina, C Bondavalli, UM Scharler
Ecological Modelling 189 (1-2), 221-232, 2005
632005
A taphonomic study of δ13C and δ15N values in Rhizophora mangle leaves for a multi-proxy approach to mangrove palaeoecology
M Wooller, B Smallwood, U Scharler, M Jacobson, M Fogel
Organic Geochemistry 34 (9), 1259-1275, 2003
562003
Network environ analysis for socio-economic water system
D Fang, BD Fath, B Chen, UM Scharler
Ecological indicators 47, 80-88, 2014
432014
Ecological network analysis metrics: the need for an entire ecosystem approach in management and policy
BD Fath, H Asmus, R Asmus, D Baird, SR Borrett, VN de Jonge, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 174, 1-14, 2019
412019
Resilience of estuarine phytoplankton and their temporal variability along salinity gradients during drought and hypersalinity
FA Nche-Fambo, UM Scharler, K Tirok
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 158, 40-52, 2015
332015
Dependence of network metrics on model aggregation and throughflow calculations: Demonstration using the Sylt–Rømø Bight Ecosystem
BD Fath, UM Scharler, D Baird
Ecological Modelling 252, 214-219, 2013
332013
Comparing network analysis methodologies for consumer–resource relations at species and ecosystems scales
UM Scharler, BD Fath
Ecological Modelling 220 (22), 3210-3218, 2009
332009
Spatial variation in the ecological relationships among the components of Beijing's carbon metabolic system
L Xia, BD Fath, UM Scharler, Y Zhang
Science of the Total Environment 544, 103-113, 2016
302016
Diversity and productivity of biotic communities in relation to freshwater inputs in three Eastern Cape estuaries
UM Scharler, D Baird, PED Winter
Water Research Commission, 1998
301998
Use of sensitivity and comparative analyses in constructing plausible trophic mass-balance models of a data-limited marine ecosystem—The KwaZulu-Natal Bight, South Africa
MJ Ayers, UM Scharler
Journal of Marine Systems 88 (2), 298-311, 2011
292011
Ecosystem development during open and closed phases of temporarily open/closed estuaries on the subtropical east coast of South Africa
UM Scharler
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 108, 119-131, 2012
282012
Measuring sensitivity of robustness and network indices for an estuarine food web model under perturbations
J Mukherjee, UM Scharler, BD Fath, S Ray
Ecological Modelling 306, 160-173, 2015
272015
Variable nutrient stoichiometry (carbon: nitrogen: phosphorus) across trophic levels determines community and ecosystem properties in an oligotrophic mangrove system
UM Scharler, RE Ulanowicz, ML Fogel, MJ Wooller, ME Jacobson-Meyers, ...
Oecologia 179 (3), 863-876, 2015
252015
Least-inference methods for constructing networks of trophic flows
RE Ulanowicz, UM Scharler
Ecological Modelling 210 (3), 278-286, 2008
242008
The filtering capacity of selected Eastern Cape estuaries, South Africa
UM Scharler, D Baird
Water SA 31 (4), 483-490, 2005
242005
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