Edd Hammill
Edd Hammill
Utah State University/ University of Queensland
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Population trend of the world’s monitored seabirds, 1950-2010
M Paleczny, E Hammill, V Karpouzi, D Pauly
PloS one 10 (6), e0129342, 2015
2102015
Genomic signatures predict migration and spawning failure in wild Canadian salmon
KM Miller, S Li, KH Kaukinen, N Ginther, E Hammill, JMR Curtis, ...
science 331 (6014), 214-217, 2011
1892011
Predator-induced reduction of freshwater carbon dioxide emissions
TB Atwood, E Hammill, HS Greig, P Kratina, JB Shurin, DS Srivastava, ...
Nature Geoscience 6 (3), 191-194, 2013
882013
Costs, benefits and the evolution of inducible defences: a case study with Daphnia pulex
E Hammill, A Rogers, AP Beckerman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (3), 705-715, 2008
882008
Transcriptomics of environmental acclimatization and survival in wild adult Pacific sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during spawning migration
TG Evans, EDD Hammill, K Kaukinen, AD Schulze, DA Patterson, ...
Molecular Ecology 20 (21), 4472-4489, 2011
632011
Sustained swimming performance and muscle structure are altered by thermal acclimation in male mosquitofish
E Hammill, RS Wilson, IA Johnston
Journal of Thermal Biology 29 (4-5), 251-257, 2004
542004
Geographic range size and extinction risk assessment in nomadic species
CA Runge, A Tulloch, E Hammill, HP Possingham, RA Fuller
Conservation Biology 29 (3), 865-876, 2015
522015
Predator functional response changed by induced defenses in prey
E Hammill, OL Petchey, BR Anholt
The American Naturalist 176 (6), 723-731, 2010
452010
Predation threat alters composition and functioning of bromeliad ecosystems
E Hammill, TB Atwood, DS Srivastava
Ecosystems 18 (5), 857-866, 2015
442015
Competition moderates the benefits of thermal acclimation to reproductive performance in male eastern mosquitofish
RS Wilson, E Hammill, IA Johnston
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1614), 1199-1204, 2007
432007
Behavioural responses to predation may explain shifts in community structure
E Hammill, TB Atwood, P Corvalan, DS Srivastava
Freshwater Biology 60 (1), 125-135, 2015
352015
Food web persistence is enhanced by non-trophic interactions
E Hammill, P Kratina, M Vos, OL Petchey, BR Anholt
Oecologia 178 (2), 549-556, 2015
312015
Competitive displacement alters top-down effects on carbon dioxide concentrations in a freshwater ecosystem
TB Atwood, E Hammill, DS Srivastava, JS Richardson
Oecologia 175 (1), 353-361, 2014
292014
Stronger inducible defences enhance persistence of intraguild prey
P Kratina, E Hammill, BR Anholt
Journal of Animal Ecology, 993-999, 2010
262010
Factoring attitudes towards armed conflict risk into selection of protected areas for conservation
E Hammill, AIT Tulloch, HP Possingham, N Strange, KA Wilson
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
242016
Precise time interactions between behavioural and morphological defences
E Hammill, P Kratina, AP Beckerman, BR Anholt
Oikos 119 (3), 494-499, 2010
162010
Reciprocity in predator–prey interactions: exposure to defended prey and predation risk affects intermediate predator life history and morphology
E Hammill, AP Beckerman
Oecologia 163 (1), 193-202, 2010
152010
Trophic‐level dependent effects on CO2 emissions from experimental stream ecosystems
TB Atwood, E Hammill, JS Richardson
Global change biology 20 (11), 3386-3396, 2014
142014
Predators shape sedimentary organic carbon storage in a coral reef ecosystem
TB Atwood, EMP Madin, AR Harborne, E Hammill, OJ Luiz, QR Ollivier, ...
Frontiers in ecology and evolution 6, 110, 2018
132018
Warming alters food web-driven changes in the CO2 flux of experimental pond ecosystems
TB Atwood, E Hammill, P Kratina, HS Greig, JB Shurin, JS Richardson
Biology letters 11 (12), 20150785, 2015
122015
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