Oscar Feng-Hsun Chang
| Name：Oscar Feng-Hsun Chang
Major Interests：Community ecology, food web analysis, plankton ecology
- Casey M. Godwin, F. H. Chang, and B. Cardinale. (2020) An empiricist’s guide to modern coexistence theory for competitive communities. Oikos. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.06957
- Chang, F. H., P. J. Ke, and B. Cardinale. (2020) Weak intra-guild predation facilitates consumer coexistence but does not guarantee higher consumer density. Ecological Modeling. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2020.109019
- Chang, F. H. and B. Cardinale. (2020) Intra-guild predation (IGP) can increase or decrease prey density depending on the strength of IGP. Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.3012
- Chang, F. H., E. C. Marquis, C. W. Chang, G. -C. Gong, and C. H. Hsieh. (2013) Scaling of growth rate and mortality with size and its consequence on size spectra of natural microphytoplankton assemblages in the East China Sea. Biogeosciences. 10. 5267–5280. 2013
- Chang, F. H., J. E. Lawrence, B. Rios-Touma, V. H. Resh (2013) Tolerance Values of Benthic Macroinvertebrates for Stream Biomonitoring: Assessment of Assumptions Underlying Scoring Systems Worldwide. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 186. 2135-2149. 2014.
In review or in preparation
- Chang, F. H. and B. Cardinale. Effects of consumer diversity on prey consumption are not influenced by omnivory. Ecology (In review)
- Chang, F.H., T.H. Liu, J. W. Yang, and C.H. Hsieh (In preparation). Community assembly processes as mechanistic explanation of the predator-prey diversity relationship in marine microbes.