I just got a paper accepted in GCB in collaboration with Marie-Claire Chelini, Malcolm Rosenthal and John DeLong, on the temperature dependence of animal movement and its ecological consequences. We found that animal movement displays regimes of temperature dependence, and crossing these regimes has important implications for their persistence in a context of global warming. Check it out in my publications tab!
Ok, I've been waiting on this one, but I recently was awarded a competitive James S. McDonnell Postdoctoral Fellowship in Complex Systems! This award gives me funding for three years and I can take it anywhere I'd like to.
My new paper in collaboration with John DeLong, Valery Forbes, Nika Galic, Rob Laport, Joe Phllips and Janna Vavra on the relative pace of evolutionary and ecological rates of change has been featured today at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln website! Check out both the story and the paper!
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Here you will find the latest news about my research. From time to time I will also post a short comment on a paper I loved from a colleague.