Daniel J. Wieczynski, Brad Boyle, Vanessa Buzzard, Sandra M. Duran, Amanda N. Henderson, Catherine M. Hulshof, Andrew J. Kerkhoff, Megan C. McCarthy, Sean T. Michaletz, Nathan G. Swenson, Gregory P. Asner, Lisa Patrick Bentley, Brian J. Enquist, and Van M. Savage
The paper can be found here and is featured in PNAS highlights (Dec. 26, 2018). Also, check out this great press release provided by the Santa Fe Institute.
Temporally Autocorrelated Environmental Fluctuations Inhibit the Evolution of Stress Tolerance
Daniel J. Wieczynski, Paul E. Turner, David A. Vasseur
This study shows that evolutionary shifts are controlled by the way in which selection pressure is distributed over...
The temporal structure of the environment may influence range expansions during climate warming
Samuel B. Fey & Daniel J. Wieczynski
Here we show that environmental fluctuations can promote the establishment of non-native species moving into new habitats as a result of g...
Environmental fluctuations promote intraspecific diversity and population persistence via inflationary effects
Daniel J. Wieczynski & David A. Vasseur
In this study, we find that fluctuating environments can increase functional diversity within a species by altering com...
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