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(2022). Life-history traits predict responses of wild bees to climate variation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences.
(2022). A test of local adaptation to drought in germination and seedling traits in populations of two alpine forbs across a 2000 mm/year precipitation gradient. Ecology and Evolution.
(2021). bioST@TS - A platform for learning statistical analysis and management of biological data.
(2021). Mammalian herbivores restrict the altitudinal range limits of alpine plants. Ecology Letters. 1930-1942.
(2021). Macroecological context predicts species' responses to climate warming. Global Change Biology. 2088-2101.
(2021). Global maps of soil temperature. Global Change Biology. 1-35.
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(2020). Weak latitudinal gradients in insect herbivory for dominant rangeland grasses of North America. Ecology and Evolution. 6385-6394.
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