2018. Finger, Amanda, Mahardja, Brian, Fisch, Kathleen M., Benjamin, Alyssa, Lindberg, Joan, Ellison, Luke, Ghebremariam, Tewdros, Hung, Tien-Chieh, May, Bernie, Finger, Amanda J, and Fisch, Kathleen M. Genetic adaptation to captivity is a concern for threatened and endangered species held in conservation hatcheries. Here, we present evidence of ge... Journal of Heredity. University of California, Davis.
2017. Sacks, Benjamin N., Statham, Mark J., and Wittmer, Heiko U. The Sacramento Valley red fox Vulpes vulpes patwin of California is a newly named subspecies recently found to be distinct both from other native r... Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. University of California, Davis and Victoria University of Wellington.
2019. MacDonald, Andrew J. The distribution, abundance and seasonal activity of vector species, such as ticks and mosquitoes, are key determinants of vector-borne disease ris... PLOS ONE. Stanford University and University of California, Santa Barbara.
2019. Hankin, Lacey E., Higuera, Philip E., Davis, Kimberley T., and Dobrowski, Solomon Z. Accurately aging trees is critical for understanding tree demography and tree responses to environmental change. Given the proliferation of studies... Forest Ecology and Management. University of Montana.
2015. Shizuka, Daizaburo, Chaine, Alexis S., Anderson, Jennifer, Johnson, Oscar, Laursen, Inger Marie, and Lyon, Bruce E. Migratory birds often form flocks on their wintering grounds, but important details of social structure such as the patterns of association between... Ecology Letters. University of Nebraska - Lincoln, French National Centre for Scientific Research, University of California System, P.O. Box 21903 Santa Barbara CA 93121 USA*, and University of California, Santa Cruz.
2016. Cenzer, Meredith L. Locally adapted populations are often used as model systems for the early stages of ecological speciation, but most of these young divergent popula... Evolution. University of California, Davis.
2016. Kelly, Morgan W., DeBiasse, Melissa B., Villela, Vidal A., Roberts, Hope L., and Cecola, Colleen F. Trade-offs may influence both physiological and evolutionary responses to co-occurring stressors, but their effects on both plastic and adaptive re... Evolutionary Applications. Louisiana State University of Alexandria.
2017. Kelly, Morgan W., Pankey, M. Sabrina, DeBiasse, Melissa B., and Plachetzki, David C. Organisms may respond to changing environments through phenotypic plasticity or adaptive evolution. These two processes are not mutually exclusive ... Functional Ecology. Louisiana State University of Alexandria and University of New Hampshire.
2013. O'Malley, Kathleen G., Jacobson, Dave P., Kurth, Ryon, Dill, Allen J., and Banks, Michael A. Neutral genetic markers are routinely used to define distinct units within species that warrant discrete management. Human-induced changes to gene ... Evolutionary Applications. Oregon State University and California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
2017. McIntyre, Patrick J. and Strauss, Sharon. The geographic distributions of polyploids suggest they can have distinct and sometimes broader niches compared to diploids. However, relatively fe... Evolution. University of California, Davis and California Department of Fish and Wildlife.