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Adaptive potential of a Pacific salmon challenged by climate change
NJ Muņoz, AP Farrell, JW Heath, BD Neff
Nature Climate Change 5 (2), 163-166, 2015
1252015
Indirect genetic effects underlie oxygen-limited thermal tolerance within a coastal population of chinook salmon
NJ Munoz, K Anttila, Z Chen, JW Heath, AP Farrell, BD Neff
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20141082, 2014
352014
The metabolic, locomotor and sex-dependent effects of elevated temperature on Trinidadian guppies: limited capacity for acclimation
NJ Muņoz, RD Breckels, BD Neff
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (19), 3436-3441, 2012
222012
Hematocrit is associated with thermal tolerance and modulated by developmental temperature in juvenile Chinook salmon
NJ Muņoz, AP Farrell, JW Heath, BD Neff
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 91 (1), 757-762, 2018
212018
Reply to'Response of chinook salmon to climate change'
NJ Muņoz, AP Farrell, JW Heath, BD Neff
Nature Climate Change 5 (7), 615-615, 2015
42015
Non‐native Chinook salmon add nutrient subsidies and functional novelty to Patagonian streams
NJ Muņoz, B Reid, C Correa, BD Neff, JD Reynolds
Freshwater Biology 66 (3), 495-508, 2021
32021
Salmon in clear and present danger
NJ Muņoz, JD Reynolds, JW Moore, BD Neff
Science 366 (6465), 582-582, 2019
12019
Emergent trophic interactions following the Chinook salmon invasion of Patagonia
NJ Muņoz, B Reid, C Correa, RI Madriz, BD Neff, JD Reynolds
Ecosphere 13 (2), e3910, 2022
2022
Links between fluctuations in sockeye salmon abundance and riparian forest productivity identified by remote sensing
CN Kieran, DS Obrist, NJ Muņoz, PJ Hanly, JD Reynolds
Ecosphere 12 (8), e03699, 2021
2021
Upholding science-based risk assessment under a weakened Endangered Species Act
NJ Muņoz, DS Obrist
FACETS 5 (1), 980-988, 2020
2020
The adaptive capacity of thermal tolerance in chinook salmon
N Muņoz
2014
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