David Atkinson
David Atkinson
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Temperature and organism size: a biological law for ectotherms?
D Atkinson
Advances in ecological research 25, 1-58, 1994
22251994
Why are organisms usually bigger in colder environments? Making sense of a life history puzzle
D Atkinson, RM Sibly
Trends in ecology & evolution 12 (6), 235-239, 1997
8061997
Warming-induced reductions in body size are greater in aquatic than terrestrial species
J Forster, AG Hirst, D Atkinson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (47), 19310-19314, 2012
3552012
The intraspecific scaling of metabolic rate with body mass in fishes depends on lifestyle and temperature
SS Killen, D Atkinson, DS Glazier
Ecology letters 13 (2), 184-193, 2010
3122010
Protists decrease in size linearly with temperature: ca. 2.5% °C−1
D Atkinson, BJ Ciotti, DJS Montagnes
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
3092003
How important is climate? Effects of warming, nutrient addition and fish on phytoplankton in shallow lake microcosms
B Moss, D McKee, D Atkinson, SE Collings, JW Eaton, AB Gill, I Harvey, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (5), 782-792, 2003
2552003
Effects of temperature on the size of aquatic ectotherms: exceptions to the general rule
D Atkinson
Journal of Thermal Biology 20 (1-2), 61-74, 1995
2551995
Ectotherm life-history responses to developmental temperature
D Atkinson
Animals and temperature: phenotypic and evolutionary adaptation 1996, 183-204, 1996
2531996
How rearing temperature affects optimal adult size in ectotherms
RM Sibly, D Atkinson
Functional Ecology, 486-493, 1994
2401994
Global warming and eutrophication: effects on water chemistry and autotrophic communities in experimental hypertrophic shallow lake mesocosms
H Feuchtmayr, R Moran, K Hatton, L Connor, T Heyes, B Moss, I Harvey, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (3), 713-723, 2009
2122009
Predicting marine phytoplankton maximum growth rates from temperature: Improving on the Eppley curve using quantile regression
JE Bissinger, DJS Montagnes, J harples, D Atkinson
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (2), 487-493, 2008
1922008
Rapid evolution of thermal tolerance in the water flea Daphnia
AN Geerts, J Vanoverbeke, B Vanschoenwinkel, W Van Doorslaer, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (7), 665-668, 2015
1872015
Rapid evolution of thermal tolerance in the water flea Daphnia
AN Geerts, J Vanoverbeke, B Vanschoenwinkel, W Van Doorslaer, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (7), 665-668, 2015
1872015
Temperature‐size responses match latitudinal‐size clines in arthropods, revealing critical differences between aquatic and terrestrial species
CR Horne, AG Hirst, D Atkinson
Ecology letters 18 (4), 327-335, 2015
1852015
From cells to colonies: at what levels of body organization does the ‘temperature‐size rule’apply?
D Atkinson, SA Morley, RN Hughes
Evolution & development 8 (2), 202-214, 2006
1802006
Response of freshwater microcosm communities to nutrients, fish, and elevated temperature during winter and summer
D McKee, D Atkinson, SE Collings, JW Eaton, AB Gill, I Harvey, K Hatton, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (2), 707-722, 2003
1712003
Ecological influences and morphological correlates of resting and maximal metabolic rates across teleost fish species
SS Killen, DS Glazier, EL Rezende, TD Clark, D Atkinson, AST Willener, ...
The American Naturalist 187 (5), 592-606, 2016
1402016
Effects of simulated climate warming on macrophytes in freshwater microcosm communities
D Mckee, K Hatton, JW Eaton, D Atkinson, A Atherton, I Harvey, B Moss
Aquatic Botany 74 (1), 71-83, 2002
1332002
Using Q10: Can growth rates increase linearly with temperature?
DJS Montagnes, SA Kimmance, D Atkinson
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 32 (3), 307-313, 2003
1152003
Why polar gigantism and P alaeozoic gigantism are not equivalent: effects of oxygen and temperature on the body size of ectotherms
WCEP Verberk, D Atkinson
Functional Ecology 27 (6), 1275-1285, 2013
982013
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