2019. Murray, Maureen H., Sanchez, Cecilia A., Becker, Daniel J., Byers, Kaylee A., Worsley-Tonks, Katherine E. L., and Craft, Meggan E. Urban development can alter resource availability, land use, and community composition, in turn influencing wildlife health. Generalizable relation... 1540-9295. Lincoln Park Zoo, University of Georgia, Indiana University Bloomington, University of British Columbia, and University of Minnesota.
2017. Braun, Douglas C., Kindsvater, Holly K., Otto, Sarah P., and Reynolds, John D. Species’ life history traits, including maturation age, number of reproductive bouts, offspring size and number, reflect adaptations to diverse bio... Ecology Letters. Simon Fraser University and University of British Columbia.
2013. Veen, Thor, Faulks, Joseph, Tyler, Frances, Lloyd, Jodie, and Tregenza, Tom. Reproductive barriers reduce gene flow between populations and maintain species identities. A diversity of barriers exist, acting before, during an... Evolutionary Ecology. University of British Columbia and University of Exeter.
2019. Bock, Dan G., Kantar, Michael B., Caseys, Celine, Matthey-Doret, Remi, and Rieseberg, Loren H. Invasion success of species introduced to novel environments may be facilitated by adaptive evolution and by phenotypic plasticity. Here we investi... Nature Ecology & Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2017. Turner, Kathryn G., Nurkowski, Kristin A., and Rieseberg, Loren H. Though rapid phenotypic evolution has been observed in many invasive plant species, less is known about the associated genetic mechanisms. Some hyp... Biological Invasions. Colorado State University, University of British Columbia, and Indiana University Bloomington.
2016. Hahn, Min A. and Rieseberg, Loren H. Biological invasions are often associated with multiple introductions and genetic admixture of previously isolated populations. In addition to enha... Evolutionary Applications. University of British Columbia and Indiana University Bloomington.
2018. Csergo, Anna M., Salguero-Gómez, Roberto, Broennimann, Olivier, Coutts, Shaun R., Guisan, Antoine, Angert, Amy L., Welk, Erik, Stott, Iain, Enquist, Brian J., McGill, Brian, Svenning, Jens-Christian, Violle, Cyrille, and Buckley, Yvonne M. Correlative species distribution models are based on the observed relationship between species’ occurrence and macroclimate or other environmental ... Ecology Letters. University of Queensland, Trinity College, University of Sheffield, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, University of Lausanne, University of British Columbia, German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research, University of Southern Denmark, University of Arizona, University of Maine, Aarhus University, and Trinity College Dublin.
2019. Dale, Angela L., Feau, Nicolas, Everhart, Sydney E., Dhillon, Braham, Wong, Barbara, Sheppard, Julie, Bilodeau, Guillaume J., Brar, Avneet, Tabima, Javier F., Shen, Danyu, Brasier, Clive M., Tyler, Brett M., Grünwald, Niklaus J., and Hamelin, Richard C. Invasive alien species often have reduced genetic diversity and must adapt to new environments. Given the success of many invasions, this is someti... mBio. University of British Columbia, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Oregon State University, Nanjing Agricultural University, and Forest Research.
2018. Geraldes, Armando, Askelson, Kenneth K., Nikelski, Ellen, Doyle, Frank I., Harrower, William L., Winker, Kevin, and Irwin, Darren E. Accurate knowledge of geographic ranges and genetic relationships among populations is important when managing a species or population of conservat... Evolutionary Applications. University of British Columbia, Wildlife Dynamics Consulting Terrace British Columbia Canada*, and University of Victoria.
2017. Waller, Lauren P., Callaway, Ragan M., Klironomos, John N., Ortega, Yvette K., and Maron, John L. Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi can exert a powerful influence on the outcome of plant–plant competition. Since some exotic plants interact diffe... Journal of Ecology. University of Montana, University of British Columbia, and United States Department of Agriculture.