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2021. George, Emma E., Mullinix, James A., Meng, Fanwei, Bailey, Barbara A., Edwards, Clinton, Felts, Ben, Haas, Andreas F., Hartmann, Aaron, Mueller, Benjamin, Roach, Ty F., Salamon, Peter, Silveira, Cynthia, Vermeij, Mark, Rohwer, Forest, and Luque, Antoni. Abstract from the article associated with the dataset: George, Mullinix, et al PeerJ 2021. Reef-building corals are ecosystem engineers that com... PeerJ. University of British Columbia, San Diego State University, Scripps Institute of Oceanography*, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History*, Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity Foundation, and University of Miami.
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. Griebling, Hannah, Rios-Cardenas, Oscar, Abbott, Jessica, and Morris, Molly. The sexes may have different optima in cognitive traits due to differences in life history strategies and the expense of investing in metabolically... Animal Behaviour. University of British Columbia, Instituto de Ecología, Lund University, and Ohio University.
4. Adaptation across geographic ranges is consistent with strong selection in marginal climates and legacies of range expansion
2021. Bontrager, Megan, Usui, Takuji, Lee-Yaw, Julie, Anstett, Daniel, Branch, Haley, Hargreaves, Anna, Muir, Christopher, and Angert, Amy. Every species experiences limits to its geographic distribution. Some evolutionary models predict that populations at range edges are less well-ada... Evolution. University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Lethbridge, McGill University, and University of Hawaii System.
2020. Freeman, Ben, Scholer, Micah, Boehm, Mannfred, Heavyside, Julian, and Schluter, Dolph. Are rates of biotic interactions are stronger in the tropics? Here we investigate nest predation rates in birds, a canonical example of a strong tr... The American Naturalist. University of British Columbia.
2021. Taylor, Steven and Asmundson, Gordon. This study reports a comprehensive empirical investigation of the nature and correlates of anti-mask attitudes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Accumu... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia and University of Regina.
2020. Chavarie, Louise. In a polymorphic species, predictable differences in resource use are expected among ecotypes, and homogeneity in resource use is expected within a... Ecology and Evolution. University of British Columbia.
8. Analysis Data for "Identifying and characterizing pesticide use on 9,000 fields of organic agriculture"
2021. Larsen, Ashley, McComb, Sofie, Powers, Claire, and McComb, Sofie. We identify the location of ~9,000 organic fields from 2013 — 2019 using field-level crop and pesticide use data, along with state certification da... Nature Communications. University of California, Santa Barbara, University of British Columbia, and University of Colorado Boulder.
2019. Ostevik, Kate, Samuk, Kieran, and Rieseberg, Loren. Mapping the chromosomal rearrangements between species can inform our understanding of genome evolution, reproductive isolation, and speciation. He... 0016-6731. Duke University and University of British Columbia.
2021. Camacho, Luis. Animals may develop mutualistic associations with other species, whereby prey offer resources or services in exchange for protection from predators... Biology Letters. University of British Columbia.