2020. Freeman, Ben, Scholer, Micah, Boehm, Mannfred, Heavyside, Julian, and Schluter, Dolph. Are rates of biotic interactions are stronger in the tropics? Here we investigate nest predation rates in birds, a canonical example of a strong tr... The American Naturalist. University of British Columbia.
2017. Kleynhans, Elizabeth J., Otto, Sarah P., Reich, Peter B., and Vellend, Mark. In the absence of migration, species persistence depends on adaption to a changing environment, but whether and how adaptation to global change is ... Nature Communications. University of British Columbia, University of Minnesota, and Université de Sherbrooke.
2011. Andrew, Rose L., Ostevik, Katherine L., Ebert, Daniel P., and Rieseberg, Loren H. Isolation by adaptation increases divergence at neutral loci when natural selection against immigrants reduces the rate of gene flow between differ... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia.
2014. Henry, P. and Russello, M. A. In the face of predicted climate change, a broader understanding of biotic responses to varying environments has become increasingly important with... Ecology and Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2016. Miller, Sara E., Samuk, Kieran M., and Rennison, Diana J. Benthic and limnetic threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) are a classic example of ecological speciation. Behavioural and armour diverge... Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. University of British Columbia.
2016. Vines, Timothy H., Dalziel, Anne C., Albert, Arianne, Veen, Thor, Schulte, Patricia Marita, Schluter, Dolph, Schulte, Patricia M., and Albert, Arianne Y. K. Strong ecological selection on a genetic locus can maintain allele frequency differences between populations in different environments, even in the... Evolution. University of British Columbia, Saint Mary's University, The University of Texas at Austin, and Women's Health Research Institute.
2011. Russello, Michael A, Kirk, Stephanie L, Frazer, Karen K, and Askey, Paul J. Genetics-based approaches have informed fisheries management for decades, yet remain challenging to implement within systems involving recently div... Evolutionary Applications. University of British Columbia and Ministry of Environment.
2018. Samuk, Kieran, Xue, Jan, Rennison, Diana Jessie, and Rennision, Diana J. Natural selection is often invoked to explain differences in brain size among vertebrates. However, the particular agents of selection that shape b... Evolution. Duke University, University of British Columbia, and University of Bern.
2017. Gibbons, Taylor C., Metzger, David C. H., Healy, Timothy M., and Schulte, Patricia M. Phenotypic plasticity is thought to facilitate the colonization of novel environments and shape the direction of evolution in colonizing population... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia.
2018. Bontrager, Megan and Angert, Amy L. Populations at the margins of a species' geographic range are often thought to be poorly adapted to their environment. According to theoretical pre... Evolution Letters. University of British Columbia and University of California, Davis.