Steven L. Chown

1989-1993 Entomology University of Pretoria, South Africa 
 1994-2001 Zoology and Entomology University of Pretoria, South Africa 
 2001-2012 Botany and Zoology University of Stellenbosch, South Africa 
 2012- Biological Sciences Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Clayton, Victoria, Australia 
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Lembrechts JJ, van den Hoogen J, Aalto J, et al. (2021) Global maps of soil temperature. Global Change Biology
Braschler B, Chown SL, Duffy GA. (2021) Sub-critical limits are viable alternatives to critical thermal limits. Journal of Thermal Biology. 101: 103106
Henriksen MV, Latombe G, Chapple DG, et al. (2021) A multi-site method to capture turnover in rare to common interactions in bipartite species networks. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Baird HP, Shin S, Oberprieler RG, et al. (2021) Fifty million years of beetle evolution along the Antarctic Polar Front. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Cooke SJ, Bergman JN, Madliger CL, et al. (2021) One hundred research questions in conservation physiology for generating actionable evidence to inform conservation policy and practice. Conservation Physiology. 9: coab009
Liu WPA, Phillips LM, Terblanche JS, et al. (2021) An unusually diverse genus of Collembola in the Cape Floristic Region characterised by substantial desiccation tolerance. Oecologia
Kuyucu AC, Chown SL. (2021) Time course of acclimation of critical thermal limits in two springtail species (Collembola). Journal of Insect Physiology. 130: 104209
Leihy RI, Chown SL. (2020) Wind plays a major but not exclusive role in the prevalence of insect flight loss on remote islands. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20202121
Hoskins JL, Janion-Scheepers C, Ireland E, et al. (2020) Constant and fluctuating temperature acclimations have similar effects on phenotypic plasticity in springtails. Journal of Thermal Biology. 93: 102690
Braschler B, Duffy GA, Nortje E, et al. (2020) Realised rather than fundamental thermal niches predict site occupancy: implications for climate change forecasting. The Journal of Animal Ecology
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