Ken A. Thompson

Affiliations: 
2016- Zoology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Area:
Adaptation
Website:
ecolutionaryevology.com
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Brian C. Husband research assistant 2012-2014 University of Guelph
Dolph Schluter grad student 2016- UBC
Marc T. J. Johnson grad student 2014-2016 University of Toronto
Molly Schumer post-doc 2021- Stanford (FlyTree)
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Thompson KA, Urquhart-Cronish M, Whitney KD, et al. (2021) Patterns, Predictors, and Consequences of Dominance in Hybrids. The American Naturalist. 197: E72-E88
Santangelo JS, Rivkin LR, Advenard C, et al. (2020) Multivariate phenotypic divergence along an urbanization gradient. Biology Letters. 16: 20200511
Santangelo JS, Thompson KA, Cohan B, et al. (2020) Predicting the strength of urban-rural clines in a Mendelian polymorphism along a latitudinal gradient. Evolution Letters. 4: 212-225
Thompson KA, Osmond MM, Schluter D. (2019) Parallel genetic evolution and speciation from standing variation. Evolution Letters. 3: 129-141
Rivkin LR, Santangelo JS, Alberti M, et al. (2019) A roadmap for urban evolutionary ecology. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 384-398
Santangelo JS, Thompson KA, Johnson MTJ. (2018) Herbivores and plant defenses affect selection on plant reproductive traits more strongly than pollinators. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Thompson KA, Rieseberg LH, Schluter D. (2018) Speciation and the City. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Thompson KA, Cory KA, Johnson MT. (2017) Induced defenses alter the strength and direction of natural selection on reproductive traits in common milkweed. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Thompson KA, Renaudin M, Johnson MT. (2016) Urbanization drives the evolution of parallel clines in plant populations. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 283
Otte A, Marriott AC, Dreier C, et al. (2016) Evolution of 2009 H1N1 influenza viruses during the pandemic correlates with increased viral pathogenicity and transmissibility in the ferret model. Scientific Reports. 6: 28583
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