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Sensorium2019 12h
We are super grateful for the sponsors that help us make our conference free for all participants! Thanks , , , , ’s Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior, and the Olga G. Nalbandov Lecture Fund!
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Ahead of Print: Patch size as a niche dimension changes our view of patch size variation in supporting local and regional diversity Lay summary: Ms:
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(Special Feature on Maladaptation) “Maladaptive shifts in life history in a changing environment” Olivier Cotto, Linnea Sandell, Luis-Miguel Chevin, and Ophélie Ronce Lay: Ms:
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Special Feature on Maladaptation Lagging adaptation to climate change supersedes local adaptation to herbivory in an annual monkeyflower Nicholas J. Kooyers et al. Lay: Ms:
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Julie Huber, PhD Oct 16
This fall, I have already written close to 100 letters of reference for undergrads, grad students, postdocs, early career faculty, & tenure files. I always check my letters at this site for gender bias. This result was a letter for a woman.
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Harry Marshall Oct 17
Life-history trade-offs in wild baboons apparent once you control for overall female quality in
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Victoria J. MacPhail 23h
Day 2 of BOMBUSS 2.0 conference is started with 3min lightning talks about to our 100 attendees. Thanks to our sponsors for making this happen!
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American Naturalist Oct 17
(Special Feature on Maladaptation) “Maladapted prey subsidize predators and facilitate range expansion” Mark C. Urban, Alice Scarpa, Justin M. J. Travis, and Greta Bocedi Lay: Ms:
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American Naturalist Oct 17
(Special Feature on Maladaptation) “Seed masting causes fluctuations in optimum litter size and lag load in a seed predator” Andrew G. McAdam, Stan Boutin, Ben Dantzer, and Jeffrey E. Lane Lay: Ms:
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American Naturalist Oct 16
There are some wonderful science books at very low prices in here. 👇
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American Naturalist Oct 16
Ahead of Print: Scale often confounds attempts to characterize coexistence in empirical systems – but, cross-scale analyses can help Ms:
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American Naturalist Oct 16
(Special Feature on Maladaptation) Unpacking Conditional Neutrality: Genomic Signatures of Selection on Conditionally Beneficial and Conditionally Deleterious Mutations Jonathan A. Mee and Sam Yeaman
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Wen-Juan Ma Oct 15
Cool study on 👉 When synchrony makes the best of both worlds even better: how well do we really understand facultative sex?
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Animal Ecology Uppsala Oct 16
Check out the recently accepted paper of and Claus Rueffler in about: how does joint evolution of consumer traits affect resource specialization?
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American Naturalist Oct 15
I made a page with the Sound Cloud links for the Story Collider talks on the ASN site. And I left up information on how the speakers had to prepare. It was a big commitment on their parts. And the Diversity Committee deserves a lot of credit in organizing.
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American Naturalist Oct 15
Special Feature on Maladaptation Understanding Maladaptation by Uniting Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives Steven P. Brady et al.
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Dr. Regina Baucom Oct 14
Scott Taylor - Story Collider Evolution 2019 by SSE Communications via
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American Naturalist Oct 15
Ambika Kamath also gave a Young Investigator Award talk. You can watch it here
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American Naturalist Oct 15
(Special Feature on Maladaptation) “Seed masting causes fluctuations in optimum litter size and lag load in a seed predator” Andrew G. McAdam, Stan Boutin, Ben Dantzer, and Jeffrey E. Lane Lay: Ms:
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American Naturalist Oct 15
These talks formed an amazing, entertaining, and moving evening. They all did a fantastic job working with the coaches. Listen to them!
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