Mark C. Urban, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
freshwater ecology, evolutionary ecology, amphibian biology
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David K. Skelly grad student 2006 Yale
 (Evolution and ecology of species interactions across multiple spatial scales.)
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Urban MC, Freidenfelds NA, Richardson JL. (2020) Microgeographic divergence of functional responses among salamanders under antagonistic selection from apex predators. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20201665
Arietta AZA, Freidenburg LK, Urban MC, et al. (2020) Phenological delay despite warming in wood frog Rana sylvatica reproductive timing: a 20‐year study Ecography
Urban MC, Zarnetske PL, Skelly DK. (2017) Searching for Biotic Multipliers of Climate Change. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 57: 134-147
Amburgey SM, Miller DAW, Campbell Grant EH, et al. (2017) Range position and climate sensitivity: The structure of among-population demographic responses to climatic variation. Global Change Biology
Urban MC, Bocedi G, Hendry AP, et al. (2016) Improving the forecast for biodiversity under climate change. Science (New York, N.Y.). 353
Nadeau CP, Urban MC, Bridle JR. (2016) Coarse climate change projections for species living in a fine-scaled world. Global Change Biology
De Meester L, Vanoverbeke J, Kilsdonk LJ, et al. (2016) Evolving Perspectives on Monopolization and Priority Effects. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Vanoverbeke J, Urban MC, De Meester L. (2016) Community assembly is a race between immigration and adaptation: Eco-evolutionary interactions across spatial scales Ecography
Takatsu K, Kishida O, Urban MC. (2015) Predator cannibalism can intensify negative impacts on heterospecific prey Ecology. 96: 1887-1898
Urban MC, Richardson JL. (2015) The evolution of foraging rate across local and geographic gradients in predation risk and competition. The American Naturalist. 186: E16-32
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