Julian Heavyside
Julian Heavyside
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Adaptive genetic variation mediates bottom-up and top-down control in an aquatic ecosystem
SM Rudman, MA Rodriguez-Cabal, A Stier, T Sato, J Heavyside, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20151234, 2015
422015
Testing a ‘genes‐to‐ecosystems’ approach to understanding aquatic–terrestrial linkages
GM Crutsinger, SM Rudman, MA Rodriguez‐Cabal, AD McKown, T Sato, ...
Molecular Ecology 23 (23), 5888-5903, 2014
272014
Piscivore addition causes a trophic cascade within and across ecosystem boundaries
SM Rudman, J Heavyside, DJ Rennison, D Schluter
Oikos 125 (12), 1782-1789, 2016
152016
Molt patterns and sexing and aging criteria for ten species of high elevation landbirds from southeastern Peru
JJ Kennedy, J Heavyside, JE Jankowski, MN Scholer
Ornitología Neotropical 29 (2), 63-73, 2018
62018
Adaptation and latitudinal gradients in species interactions: nest predation in birds
BG Freeman, MN Scholer, MMA Boehm, J Heavyside, D Schluter
The American Naturalist 196 (6), E160-E166, 2020
22020
Linking the wintering and breeding grounds of warblers along the Pacific Flyway
DPL Toews, J Heavyside, DE Irwin
Ecology and evolution 7 (17), 6649-6658, 2017
22017
The Manú Gradient as a study system for bird pollination
MMA Boehm, MN Scholer, JJC Kennedy, JM Heavyside, A Daza, ...
Biodiversity data journal, 2018
12018
Size‐spectra analysis in the estuary: assessing fish nursery function across a habitat mosaic
KM Seitz, WI Atlas, B Millard‐Martin, J Reid, J Heavyside, BPV Hunt, ...
Ecosphere 11 (11), e03291, 2020
2020
Identifying Estuary Nursery Habitats with Size-Spectra Analysis
K Seitz, W Atlas, B Millard-Martin, J Reid, J Heavyside, B Hunt, J Moore
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
2019
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