Amy L. Angert
Amy L. Angert
Professor of Botany, University of British Columbia
Verified email at botany.ubc.ca - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Evolution and ecology of species range limits
JP Sexton, PJ McIntyre, AL Angert, KJ Rice
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 40, 415-436, 2009
11712009
Do species’ traits predict recent shifts at expanding range edges?
AL Angert, LG Crozier, LJ Rissler, SE Gilman, JJ Tewksbury, AJ Chunco
Ecology letters 14 (7), 677-689, 2011
3742011
Functional tradeoffs determine species coexistence via the storage effect
AL Angert, TE Huxman, P Chesson, DL Venable
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (28), 11641-11645, 2009
2782009
THE EVOLUTION OF SPECIES'DISTRIBUTIONS: RECIPROCAL TRANSPLANTS ACROSS THE ELEVATION RANGES OF MIMULUS CARDINALIS AND M. LEWISII
AL Angert, DW Schemske
Evolution 59 (8), 1671-1684, 2005
2302005
Where and when do species interactions set range limits?
AM Louthan, DF Doak, AL Angert
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30 (12), 780-792, 2015
1332015
DEMOGRAPHY OF CENTRAL AND MARGINAL POPULATIONS OF MONKEYFLOWERS (MIMULUS CARDINALIS AND M. LEWISII)
AL Angert
Ecology 87 (8), 2014-2025, 2006
1072006
Contemporary climate change in the Sonoran Desert favors cold‐adapted species
S Kimball, AL Angert, TE Huxman, DL Venable
Global Change Biology 16 (5), 1555-1565, 2010
992010
Linking growth strategies to long‐term population dynamics in a guild of desert annuals
AL Angert, TE Huxman, GA BARRON‐GAFFORD, KL Gerst, DL Venable
Journal of Ecology 95 (2), 321-331, 2007
912007
A synthesis of transplant experiments and ecological niche models suggests that range limits are often niche limits
JA Lee‐Yaw, HM Kharouba, M Bontrager, C Mahony, AM Csergő, ...
Ecology letters 19 (6), 710-722, 2016
802016
The niche, limits to species' distributions, and spatiotemporal variation in demography across the elevation ranges of two monkeyflowers
AL Angert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (Supplement 2), 19693-19698, 2009
762009
Using experimental evolution to investigate geographic range limits in monkeyflowers
AL Angert, HD Bradshaw Jr, DW Schemske
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (10), 2660-2675, 2008
752008
Geographic variation in genetic and demographic performance: new insights from an old biogeographical paradigm
S Pironon, G Papuga, J Villellas, AL Angert, MB García, JD Thompson
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 1877-1909, 2017
712017
Disentangling the drivers of context‐dependent plant–animal interactions
JL Maron, KC Baer, AL Angert
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1485-1496, 2014
672014
Incorporating population-level variation in thermal performance into predictions of geographic range shifts
AL Angert, SN Sheth, JR Paul
Integrative and comparative biology 51 (5), 733-750, 2011
592011
Photosynthetic resource‐use efficiency and demographic variability in desert winter annual plants
TE Huxman, G Barron-Gafford, KL Gerst, AL Angert, AP Tyler, DL Venable
Ecology 89 (6), 1554-1563, 2008
572008
Fitness and physiology in a variable environment
S Kimball, JR Gremer, AL Angert, TE Huxman, DL Venable
Oecologia 169 (2), 319-329, 2012
562012
Microhabitat use and thermal biology of the collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris collaris) and the fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus hyacinthinus) in Missouri glades
AL Angert, D Hutchison, D Glossip, JB Losos
Journal of Herpetology, 23-29, 2002
562002
Growth and leaf physiology of monkeyflowers with different altitude ranges
AL Angert
Oecologia 148 (2), 183-194, 2006
502006
Quantifying the Impact of Gene Flow on Phenotype-Environment Mismatch: A Demonstration with the Scarlet Monkeyflower Mimulus cardinalis
JR Paul, SN Sheth, AL Angert
The American Naturalist 178 (S1), S62-S79, 2011
482011
THE EVOLUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOLERANCE AND RANGE SIZE: A COMPARISON OF GEOGRAPHICALLY RESTRICTED AND WIDESPREAD MIMULUS
SN Sheth, AL Angert
Evolution 68 (10), 2917-2931, 2014
472014
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