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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.
2020. Csillery, Katalin, Buchmann, Nina, and Fady, Bruno. Drought is one of the most important selection pressures for forest trees in the context of climate change. Yet, the different evolutionary mechani... Evolutionary Applications. Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL*, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, and National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment.
2020. Capblancq, Thibaut, Morin, Xavier, Gueguen, Maya, Renaud, Julien, Lobreaux, Stéphane, and Bazin, Eric. Local adaptation patterns have been found in many plants and animals, highlighting the genetic heterogeneity of species along their range of distri... Journal of Evolutionary Biology*. University of Vermont, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier, and Grenoble Alpes University.
2019. Young, Christopher, Bonnell, Tyler, Brown, Leslie, Dostie, Marcus, Ganswindt, André, Kienzle, Stefan, McFarland, Richard, Henzi, Peter, and Barrett, Louise. As the effects of global climate change become more apparent, animal species will become increasingly affected by extreme climate and its effect on... Royal Society Open Science. University of Pretoria, University of Lethbridge, University of South Africa, and University of Wisconsin–Madison.