2020. Powers, Jennifer, Vargas-G, German, Brodribb, Timothy, Schwartz, Naomi, Perez-Aviles, Daniel, Smith-Martin, Chris, Becknell, Justin, Aureli, Filippo, Blanco, Roger, Calderón-Morales, Erick, Calvo-Alvarado, Julio César, Calvo-Obando, Ana Julieta, Chavarría, María Marta, Carvajal-Vanegas, Dorian, Jiménez-Rodríguez, César Dionisio, Murillo Chacon, Evin, Schaffner, Colleen, Werden, Leland, Xu, Xiangtao, and Medvigy, David. Drought-related tree mortality is now a widespread phenomenon predicted to increase in magnitude with climate change. However, the patterns of whic... Global Change Biology. University of Minnesota, University of Tasmania, University of British Columbia, Colby College, Liverpool John Moores University, Área de Conservación Guanacaste*, Costa Rica Institute of Technology, Universidad Veracruzana, Harvard University, and University of Notre Dame.
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. Cang, F. Alice, Wilson, Ashley A., and Wiens, John J. Climate change may soon threaten much of global biodiversity, especially if species cannot adapt to changing climatic conditions quickly enough. A ... Biology Letters. University of British Columbia and University of Arizona.
2019. Singh, Gerald G., Hilmi, Nathalie, Bernhardt, Joey R., Cisneros Montemayor, Andres M., Cashion, Madeline, Ota, Yoshitaka, Acar, Sevil, Brown, Jason M., Cottrell, Richard, Djoundourian, Salpie, Gonzalez-Espinosa, Pedro C., Lam, Vicky, Marshall, Nadine, Neumann, Barbara, Pascal, Nicolas, Reygondeau, Gabriel, Rocklov, Joacim, Safa, Alain, Virto, Laura R., and Cheung, William. 1. Climate change is impacting marine ecosystems and their goods and services in diverse ways, which can directly hinder our ability to achieve the... People and Nature. University of British Columbia, Centre Scientifique de Monaco Monaco Monaco*, University of Washington, Boğaziçi University, Simon Fraser University, University of Tasmania, Lebanese American University, James Cook University, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Centre de Recherches Insulaires et Observatoire de l'Environnement, Umeå University, Skill Partners Grasse France*, and European Institute for Marine Studies.
2019. Luo, Yong, McIntire, Eliot J. B., Boivenue, Celine, Nikiema, Paul P., and Chen, Han H. Y. 1. Global change ecologists have often used trees under weak competition (e.g., dominant/codominant trees) to examine relationships between climati... Journal of Ecology. Lakehead University, University of British Columbia, and Government of Manitoba.
2014. Cheng, Ellen, Hodges, Karen E., Melo-Ferreira, José, Alves, Paulo C., and Mills, L. Scott. With climate warming, the ranges of many boreal species are expected to shift northward and to fragment in southern peripheral ranges. To understan... Molecular Ecology. University of Montana, University of British Columbia, University of Porto, and North Carolina State University.
2018. Tseng, Michelle, Kaur, Katrina M., Pari, Sina Soleimani, Sarai, Karnjit, Chan, Denessa, Yao, Christine H., Porto, Paula, Toor, Anmol, Toor, Harpawantaj S., Fograscher, Katrina, and Soleimani Pari, Sina. 1. Body size is a fundamental ecological trait and is correlated with population dynamics, community structure and function, and ecosystem fluxes. ... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of British Columbia.
2019. Luo, Yong, Chen, Han Y.H., McIntire, Eliot J.B., Andison, David W., McIntire, Eliot J. B., and Chen, Han Y. H. 1. Forests play a strong role in the global carbon cycle by absorbing atmospheric carbon dioxide through increasing forest biomass. Understanding t... Journal of Ecology. University of British Columbia, Lakehead University, and Canadian Forest Service.
2016. Jackson, Michelle M., Gergel, Sarah E., and Martin, Kathy. North America’s coastal mountains are particularly vulnerable to climate change, yet harbour a number of endemic species. With little room “at the... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia.
2016. Kharouba, Heather M. and Vellend, Mark. 1. Variation among species in their phenological responses to temperature change suggests that shifts in the relative timing of key life cycle even... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of California, Davis, University of British Columbia, and Université de Sherbrooke.