Kelly A. Carscadden
Kelly A. Carscadden
PhD student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder
Verified email at colorado.edu
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Beyond species: functional diversity and the maintenance of ecological processes and services
MW Cadotte, K Carscadden, N Mirotchnick
Journal of applied ecology 48 (5), 1079-1087, 2011
15242011
Using niche breadth theory to explain generalization in mutualisms
RT Batstone, KA Carscadden, ME Afkhami, ME Frederickson
Ecology 99 (5), 1039-1050, 2018
452018
Niche breadth: causes and consequences for ecology, evolution, and conservation
KA Carscadden, NC Emery, CA Arnillas, MW Cadotte, ME Afkhami, ...
The Quarterly Review of Biology 95 (3), 179-214, 2020
162020
Trait dimensionality and population choice alter estimates of phenotypic dissimilarity
KA Carscadden, MW Cadotte, B Gilbert
Ecology and evolution 7 (7), 2273-2285, 2017
62017
Building bridges: An active learning lesson in evolution and collaboration
KA Carscadden, MT McDermott, SP Turbek, SB Tittes, AP Martin
Journal of College Science Teaching 48 (5), 2019
12019
Reproductive trait differences drive offspring production in urban cavity‐nesting bees and wasps
M Moretti, S Fontana, KA Carscadden, JS MacIvor
Ecology and Evolution 11 (15), 9932-9948, 2021
2021
Maternal effects and the outcome of interspecific competition
B Van Allen, N Jones, B Gilbert, K Carscadden, R Germain
Ecology and Evolution, 2021
2021
On the Structure and Significance of Ecological Niche Breadth
KA Carscadden
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2021
2021
Functional and phylogenetic structure of urban wild bee communities
G Xie, JS MacIvor, K Carscadden, N Sookhan, M Cadotte
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Trait Choice and Dimensionality Alter Estimates of Phenotypic Dissimilarity in Community Ecology
K Carscadden
University of Toronto (Canada), 2011
2011
Myriads of metrics to represent ecosystems: Statistical, biological and philosophical implications
CA Arnillas, K Carscadden
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
Changes in flowering phenology in response to warming are constrained by community interactions
CM Tucker, S Wadgymar, K Carscadden, MW Cadotte
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