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.
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.
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.
2021. Bernhardt, Joey R. and O'Connor, Mary I. Humanity depends on biodiversity for health, well-being and a stable environment. As biodiversity change accelerates, we are still discovering the ... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. University of British Columbia.
2018. Földváry Ličina, Veronika, Cheung, Toby, Zhang, Hui, de Dear, Richard, Parkinson, Thomas, Arens, Edward, Chun, Chungyoon, Schiavon, Stefano, Luo, Maohui, Brager, Gail, Li, Peixian, and Kaam, Soazig. Recognizing the value of open-source research databases in advancing the art and science of HVAC, in 2014 the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Databas... University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore, University of Sydney, Yonsei University, and University of British Columbia.
2019. Irwin, Darren. Partial prezygotic isolation is often viewed as more important than partial postzygotic isolation (low fitness of hybrids) early in the process of ... 1537-5323. University of British Columbia.
2021. Vargas G., German, Brodribb, Tim J., Dupuy, Juan M., González‐M., Roy, Hulshof, Catherine M., Medvigy, David, Allerton, Tristan A. P., Pizano, Camila, Salgado‐Negret, Beatriz, Schwartz, Naomi B., Van Bloem, Skip J., Waring, Bonnie G., and Powers, Jennifer S. Leaf habit has been hypothesized to define a linkage between the slow-fast plant economic spectrum and the drought resistance-avoidance trade-... New Phytologist. University of Minnesota, University of Tasmania, Autonomous University of Yucatán, Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Notre Dame, Institute of Forest Ecology, Icesi University, University of La Salle, University of British Columbia, Utah Department of Health, and Department of Plant Biology.
2020. Birch, Joseph D., Simard, Suzanne, Beiler, Kevin, and Karst, Justine. 1. Mycorrhizal networks are conduits for the transfer of resources between hosts. While ectomycorrhizal networks (EMN) are known to influence seedl... Journal of Ecology. University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, and Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development.
2020. Tattersall, Erin R., Burgar, Joanna M., Fisher, Jason T., and Burton, A. Cole. Interspecific interactions are an integral aspect of ecosystem functioning that may be disrupted in an increasingly anthropocentric world. Industri... 2045-7758. University of British Columbia and University of Victoria.
2021. Tseng, Michelle, Di Filippo, Carla, Fung, Madeline, Kim, Jihyun, Forster, Ian, and Zhou, Yilin. 1. Much of our research on the effects of ongoing climate warming on ecological communities is focused on how temperature affects resource quantity... Functional Ecology. University of British Columbia and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
2020. Lin, Po-An, Liu, Chia-Ming, Ou, Jia-Ang, Sun, Cheng-Han, Chuang, Wen-Po, Ho, Chuan-Kai, Kinoshita, Natsuko, and Felton, Gary. Plants growing under reduced water availability can affect insect herbivores differently, in some instances benefitting them. However, the forces m... Oecologia. Pennsylvania State University, University of Tsukuba, University of British Columbia, and National Taiwan University.
2020. Beck, Jackson, Cale, Jon, Rodriguez-Ramos, Jean, Kanekar, Sanat, Karst, Justine, Cahill, James, Simard, Suzanne, and Erbilgin, Nadir. Summary 1. Disturbances are frequent events across the Canadian boreal forest and can affect both below and above ground ecosystem processes. How d... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Alberta and University of British Columbia.
2021. Cheung, William, Maire, Eva, Oyinlola, Muhammed, Robinson, James, Graham, Nicholas, MacNeil, Aaron, and Hicks, Christina. Seafood is an important source of bioavailable micronutrients supporting human health, yet it is unclear how climate change will influence its avai... Science. University of British Columbia, Lancaster University, and Dalhousie University.
2020. Silverberg, Sarah, Puchalski-Ritchie, Lisa, Gobat, Nina, Nichol, Alistair, and Murthy, Srinavas. Objectives: The outcome of well-performed clinical research is essential for evidence-based patient management during pandemics. However, conductin... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, University of Oxford, and Monash University.
2021. Drake, Anna, de Zwaan, Devin R., Altamirano, Tomás A., Wilson, Scott, Hick, Kristina, Bravo, Camila, Ibarra, José Tomás, and Martin, Kathy. Accurate biodiversity and population monitoring is a requirement for effective conservation decision-making. Survey method bias is therefore a conc... Ecology and Evolution. University of British Columbia, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Environment Canada, and University of Chile.
2020. Lu, Mengmeng, Feau, Nicolas, Obreht Vidakovic, Dragana, Ukrainetz, Nicholas, Wong, Barbara, Aitken, Sally, Hamelin, Richard, and Yeaman, Sam. Many conifers have distributions that span wide ranges in both biotic and abiotic conditions, but the basis of response to biotic stress has receiv... Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions*. University of Calgary, University of British Columbia, Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations, and Université Laval.
2020. Barbic, David. Background Moral injury is an emerging explanation of burnout and suicidality, but remains poorly quantified in at-risk practitioners. We hypoth... BMJ Open. University of British Columbia.
2021. Cronk, Quentin. The extinction of species before they are discovered and named (dark extinction) is widely inferred as a significant part of species loss in the ea... Biology Letters. University of British Columbia.
2020. Furey, Nathan, Bass, Arthur, Miller, Kristi, Li, Shaorong, Lotto, Andrew, Healy, Stephen, Drenner, S Matthew, and Hinch, Scott. This submission constitutes the data and code for the manuscript titled "Infected juvenile salmon can experience increased predation during freshwa... Royal Society Open Science. University of New Hampshire, University of British Columbia, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and Stillwater Sciences*.
2020. Echeverri, Alejandra, Karp, Daniel, Frishkoff, Luke, Krishnan, Jaya, Naidoo, Robin, Zhao, Jiaying, Zook, Jim, and Chan, Kai. The current biodiversity crisis involves major shifts in biological communities at local and regional scales. The consequences for Earth’s life-sup... Conservation Letters. Stanford University, University of California, Davis, The University of Texas at Arlington, Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations, World Wildlife Fund*, University of British Columbia, and Unión de Ornitólogos de Costa Rica*.
2021. Dickel, Lisa, Arcese, Peter, Nietlisbach, Pirmin, Keller, Lukas, and Reid, Jane. Immigration into small recipient populations is expected to alleviate inbreeding and increase genetic variation, and hence facilitate population pe... Molecular Ecology. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of British Columbia, Illinois State University, University of Zurich, and University of Aberdeen.
2020. MacPherson, Ailene, Keeling, Matthew, and Otto, Sarah. Coevolutionary negative frequency-dependent selection has been hypothesized to maintain genetic variation in host and parasites. Despite the ext... Theoretical Population Biology. University of Toronto, University of Warwick, and University of British Columbia.
2020. MacPherson, Ailene, Keeling, Matthew, and Otto, Sarah. Antagonistic coevolution has long been suggested to help maintain host genetic variation. While, ecological and epidemiological feedbacks are known... Evolution. University of Toronto, University of Warwick, and University of British Columbia.
2020. Reid, Jane, Arcese, Peter, Nietlisbach, Pirmin, Wolak, Matthew, Muff, Stefanie, Dickel, Lisa, and Keller, Lukas. Ongoing adaptive evolution, and resulting ‘evolutionary rescue’ of declining populations, requires additive genetic variation in fitness. Such vari... Evolution Letters. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of British Columbia, Illinois State University, Auburn University, and University of Zurich.
2020. Blonder, Benjamin, Escobar, Sabastian, Kapás, Rozália, and Michaletz, Sean. Leaf energy balance may influence plant performance and community composition. While biophysical theory can link leaf energy balance to many traits... Functional Ecology. University of California, Berkeley, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Stockholm University, and University of British Columbia.
2021. Peach, Daniel, Carroll, C., Meraj, S., Gomes, S., Galloway, E., Balcita, A., Coatsworth, H., Young, N., Uriel, Y., Gries, R., Lowenberger, C., Moore, M., and Gries, G. There is widespread interkingdom signalling between insects and microbes. For example, microbes found in floral nectar may modify its nutritional c... BMC Evolutionary Biology. University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University.
2013. Geraldes, Armando, DiFazio, Steve P., Slavov, Gancho T., Ranjan, Priya, Muchero, Wellington, Hannemann, Jan, Gunter, Lee E., Wymore, Ann M., Grassa, Christopher J., Farzaneh, Nima, Porth, Ilga, Mckown, Athena D., Skyba, Oleksandr, Li, Eryang, Fujita, Miki, Klápště, Jaroslav, Martin, Joel, Schackwitz, Wendy, Pennacchio, Christa, Rokhsar, Daniel, Friedmann, Michael C., Wasteneys, Geoffrey O., Guy, Robert D., El-Kassaby, Yousry A., Mansfield, Shawn D., Cronk, Quentin C. B., Ehlting, Juergen, Douglas, Carl J., and Tuskan, Gerald A. Genetic mapping of quantitative traits requires genotypic data for large numbers of markers in many individuals. For such studies, the use of large... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of British Columbia, West Virginia University, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Victoria, Monash University, and Joint Genome Institute.
2018. Irwin, Darren E., Milá, Borja, Toews, David P. L., Brelsford, Alan, Kenyon, Haley L., Porter, Alison N., Grossen, Christine, Delmore, Kira E., Alcaide, Miguel, and Irwin, Jessica H. Detailed evaluations of genomic variation between sister species often reveal distinct chromosomal regions of high relative differentiation (i.e., ... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Cornell University, University of California System, Queen's University, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, and Simon Fraser University.
2015. Ratcliffe, Blaise, El-Dien, Omnia Gamal, Klápště, Jaroslav, Porth, Ilga, Chen, Charles, Jaquish, Barry, and El-Kassaby, Yousry A. Genomic selection (GS) potentially offers an unparalleled advantage over traditional pedigree-based selection (TS) methods by reducing the time com... Heredity. University of British Columbia and Ministry of Forests Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
2018. Torres Beltran, Monica, Hawley, Alyse K., Capelle, David, Zaikova, Elena, Walsh, David A., Mueller, Andreas, Scofield, Melanie, Kheirandish, Sam, Payne, Chris, Pakhomova, Larysa, Bhatia, Maya P., Shevchuk, Olena, Gies, Esther A., Fairley, Diane K., Whitney, Frank A., Tortell, Philippe D., and Hallam, Steven J. Marine oxygen minimum zones (OMZs) are widespread and naturally occurring water column features that constitute ~7% of global ocean volume, but con... Scientific Data. University of British Columbia, Georgetown University, Concordia University, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
2018. Noonan, Michael J., Tucker, Marlee A., Fleming, Christen H., Akre, Tom S., Alberts, Susan C., Ali, Abdullahi H., Altmann, Jeanne, Antunes, Pamela C., Belant, Jerrold L., Beyer, Dean, Blaum, Niels, Böhning-Gaese, Katrin, Cullen Jr., Laury, de Paula Cunha, Rogerio, Dekker, Jasja, Drescher-Lehman, Jonathan, Farwig, Nina, Fichtel, Claudia, Fischer, Christina, Ford, Adam T., Goheen, Jacob R., Janssen, René, Jeltsch, Florian, Kauffman, Matthew, Kappeler, Peter M., Koch, Flávia, LaPoint, Scott, Markham, A. Catherine, Medici, Emilia Patricia, Morato, Ronaldo G., Nathan, Ran, Oliveira-Santos, Luiz Gustavo R., Olson, Kirk A., Patterson, Bruce D., Paviolo, Agustin, Ramalho, Emiliano E., Rosner, Sascha, Schabo, Dana G., Selva, Nuria, Sergiel, Agnieszka, da Silva, Marina X., Spiegel, Orr, Thompson, Peter, Ullmann, Wiebke, Zięba, Filip, Zwijacz-Kozica, Tomasz, Fagan, William F., Mueller, Thomas, and Calabrese, Justin M. Home range estimation is routine practice in ecological research. While advances in animal tracking technology have increased our capacity to colle... Ecological Monographs. Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Senckenberg Nature Research Society, Duke University, Hirola Conservation Programme Garissa 1774‐70100 Kenya*, Princeton University, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, State University of New York, Philipp University of Marburg, University of Potsdam, Instituto de Pesquisas Ecológicas, National Research Center for Carnivores Conservation Chico Mendes Institute for the Conservation of Biodiversity Estrada Municipal Hisaichi Takebayashi 8600 Atibaia SP 12952‐011 Brazil*, Jasja Dekker Dierecologie Enkhuizenstraat 26 6843 WZ Arnhem The Netherlands*, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, German Primate Center, Technical University Munich, University of British Columbia, University of Wyoming, Bionet Natuuronderzoek Valderstraat 39 6171EL Stein The Netherlands*, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Stony Brook University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Field Museum of Natural History, Instituto de Biología Subtropical, Institute for the Conservation of Neotropical Carnivores – Pro‐Carnívoros Atibaia SP 12945‐010 Brazil*, Institute of Nature Conservation, Projeto Carnívoros do Iguaçu Parque Nacional do Iguaçu BR‐469, Km 22.5, CEP 85851‐970 Foz do Iguaçu PR Brazil*, Tel Aviv University, University of Maryland, College Park, and Tatra National Park Kuźnice 1 34‐500 Zakopane Poland*.
2018. Maddison, Wayne P., Evans, Samuel C., Hamilton, Chris A., Bond, Jason E., Lemmon, Alan R., and Lemmon, Emily Moriarty. We present the first genome-wide molecular phylogeny of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae), inferred from Anchored Hybrid Enrichment (AHE) seque... ZooKeys. University of British Columbia, University of Florida, Auburn University, and Florida State University.
2020. Scholer, Micah, Strimas-Mackey, Matt, and Jankowski, Jill. Tropical birds are thought to be longer lived than many temperate species. We explored the idea of higher survival at tropical latitudes and whethe... Ecology Letters. University of British Columbia and Cornell University.
2019. Palacios-Abrantes, Juliano, Cisneros-Montemayor, Andrés M., Cisneros-Mata, Miguel A., Rodríguez, Laura, Arreguín-Sánchez, Francisco, Aguilar, Veronica, Domínguez-Sánchez, Santiago, Fulton, Stuart, López-Sagástegui, Raquel, Reyes-Bonilla, Hector, Rivera-Campos, Rocio, Salas, Silvia, Simoes, Nuno, and Cheung, William W. L. Climate change, mismanaged resource extraction, and pollution are reshaping global marine ecosystems with direct consequences on human societies. S... PLOS ONE. University of British Columbia, Instituto Nacional de Pesca y Acuacultura, Guaymas, Sonora, México*, Environmental Defense Fund de México, La Paz, Baja California Sur, México*, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Comunidad y Biodiversidad, Cancún, Quintana Roo, México*, Autonomous University of Baja California, SmartFish Rescate de Valor, A.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, México*, and National Autonomous University of Mexico.
2019. Nelson, Lorene M., Wallin, Mitchell T., Marrie, Ruth Ann, Culpepper, W.J., Langer-Gould, Annette, Campbell, Jon, Buka, Stephen, Tremlett, Helen, Cutter, Gary, Kaye, Wendy, Wagner, Laurie, and Larocca, Nicholas G. Objective: Considerable gaps exist in knowledge regarding the prevalence of neurologic diseases, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), in the United Sta... Neurology. Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Veterans Affairs Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence and Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC*, University of Manitoba, University of Maryland, Neurology Department, Kaiser Permanente Southern California, Los Angeles*, University of Colorado Denver, Brown University, University of British Columbia, University of Alabama at Birmingham, McKing Consulting Corporation, Atlanta, GA*, and National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
2017. Zhai, Yongliang and Alexandre, Bouchard-Cote. While indel rate variation has been observed and analyzed in detail, it is not taken into account by current indel-aware phylogenetic reconstructio... Systematic Biology. University of British Columbia.
2018. Hanna, Dalal E. L., Tomscha, Stephanie A., Ouellet Dallaire, Camille, and Bennett, Elena M. 1.Increasing demand for benefits provided by riverine ecosystems threatens their sustainable provision. The ecosystem service concept is a promisin... Journal of Applied Ecology. McGill University and University of British Columbia.
2016. Pennell, Matthew W., FitzJohn, Richard G., and Cornwell, William K. Biologists are increasingly using curated, public data sets to conduct phylogenetic comparative analyses. Unfortunately, there is often a mismatch ... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Idaho, University of British Columbia, Macquarie University, and UNSW Australia.
2020. Legault, Geoffrey and Kingsolver, Joel. Variation in age and mass at maturity is commonly observed in populations, even among individuals with the same genetic and environmental backgroun... The American Naturalist. University of British Columbia and University of North Carolina.
2015. Mandel, Jennifer R., Dikow, Rebecca B., Funk, Vicki A., Masalia, Rishi R., Staton, S. Evan, Kozik, Alex, Michelmore, Richard W., Rieseberg, Loren H., and Burke, John M. Premise of the study: The Compositae (Asteraceae) are a large and diverse family of plants, and the most comprehensive phylogeny to date is a meta-... Applications in Plant Sciences. University of Memphis, Smithsonian Institution, University of Georgia, University of California, Davis, and University of British Columbia.
2011. Taylor, Eric B., Gerlinsky, Carling, Farrell, Nicole, and Gow, Jennifer L. Ecological speciation is the evolution of reproductive isolation as a direct or indirect consequence of divergent natural selection. Reduced perfor... Evolution. University of British Columbia.
2017. Sato, Takuya, El-Sabaawi, Rana, Campbell, Kirsten, Ohta, Tamihisa, Richardson, John S., and El-Sabaawi, Rana W. Spatial resource subsidies can alter bottom-up and top-down forces of community regulation across ecosystem boundaries. Most subsidies are temporal... Journal of Animal Ecology. Kyoto University, University of British Columbia, Hokkaido University, and University of Victoria.
2015. Branton, Margaret A. and Richardson, John S. 1.The umbrella species approach, where conservation actions targeted for one or a group of species should benefit the broader community, may provid... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of British Columbia.