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2026. Tuomisto, Hanna, Van doninck, Jasper, Ruokolainen, Kalle, Moulatlet, Gabriel M., Figueiredo, Fernando O.G., Sirén, Anders, Cárdenas, Glenda, Lehtonen, Samuli, and Zuquim, Gabriela. Aim: To map and interpret floristic and geoecological patterns across the Amazon basin by combining extensive field data with basin-wide Landsat im... Journal of Biogeography.
2026. Pigeon, Gabriel, Festa-Bianchet, Marco, Coltman, David W., and Pelletier, Fanie. The potential for selective harvests to induce rapid evolutionary change is an important question for conservation and evolutionary biology, with n... Evolutionary Applications. Université de Sherbrooke and University of Alberta.
2023. Gamelon, Marlène, Tufto, Jarle, Nilsson, Anna L.K., Jerstad, Kurt, Røstad, Ole Wiggo, Stenseth, Nils Christian, and Saether, Bernt-Erik. In changing environments, phenotypic traits are shaped by numerous agents of selection. The optimal phenotypic value maximizing the fitness of an i... Evolution. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Oslo, and Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
2023. Malenfant, René M., Davis, Corey S., Richardson, Evan S., Lunn, Nicholas J., and Coltman, David W. Among polar bears (Ursus maritimus), fitness is dependent on body size through males' abilities to win mates, females' abilities to provide for the... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Alberta and University of New Brunswick.
2023. Hajduk, Gabriela Karolina, Cockburn, Andrew, Margraf, Nicolas, Osmond, Helen L., Walling, Craig A., Kruuk, Loeske E.B., Kruuk, Loeske E. B., and Hajduk, Gabriela K. Inbreeding depression plays a major role in shaping mating systems: in particular, inbreeding avoidance is often proposed as a mechanism explaining... Evolution. Australian National University and University of Edinburgh.
2022. Fisher, David N., Boutin, Stan, Dantzer, Ben, Humphries, Murray M., Lane, Jeffrey E., and McAdam, Andrew G. Individuals often interact more closely with some members of the population (e.g. offspring, siblings or group members) than they do with other ind... Evolution. University of Guelph, University of Alberta, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, McGill University, and University of Saskatchewan.