2015. Fenderson, Lindsey E., Kovach, Adrienne I., Litvaitis, John A., O'Brien, Kathleen M., Boland, Kelly M., and Jakubas, Walter J. Landscape features of anthropogenic or natural origin can influence organisms’ dispersal patterns and the connectivity of populations. Understandin... Ecology and Evolution. University of New Hampshire, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.
2017. Lammers, Marc O., Howe, Marian, Zang, Eden, McElligott, Megan, Engelhaupt, Amy, and Munger, Lisa. To investigate the potential impacts of naval mine neutralization exercises (MINEX) on odontocete cetaceans, a long-term passive acoustic monitorin... Royal Society Open Science. Oceanwide Science Institute, Humanities Iowa, and Engelhaupt Consulting, 4173 Ewell Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23455, USA*.
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.
2012. Maestre, Fernando T. and Reynolds, James F. Patterns of resource availability and heterogeneity shape the composition, productivity, and dynamics of plant assemblages in a wide variety of te... Ecology. Duke University.
2010. Hauser, Lorenz, Baird, Melissa, Hilborn, Ray, Seeb, Lisa W., and Seeb, James E. Because of their high variability, microsatellites are still considered the marker of choice for studies on parentage and kinship in wild populatio... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Washington.
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.
2018. Sullivan, S. Mažeika P., Hossler, Katie, and Meyer, Lars A. Artificial lighting at night (ALAN) is a global phenomenon that can be detrimental to organisms at individual and population levels, yet potential ... Ecological Applications. The Ohio State University.
2018. Epps, Clinton W., Crowhurst, Rachel S., and Nickerson, Brandon S. Determining how species move across complex and fragmented landscapes and interact with human-made barriers is a major research focus in conservati... Molecular Ecology. Oregon State University.
2012. Smith, Julie W., Sjoberg, Stephanie M., Mueller, Matthew C., Benkman, Craig W., Benkman, C. W., Mueller, M. C., Sjoberg, S. M., and Smith, J. W. How reproductive isolation is related to divergent natural selection is a central question in speciation. Here we focus on several ecologically spe... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Pacific Lutheran University and University of Wyoming.
2016. Wood, Zachary T., Peart, David R., Palmiotto, Peter A., Kong, Lixi, and Peart, Noah V. There is a lack of consensus in theoretical and empirical literature on whether height-diameter (H:D) relationships of canopy trees are asymptotic.... Journal of Ecology. Dartmouth College and Antioch University New England.