Karen C. Abbott, Ph.D.

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2006 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Ecology Biology
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Greg Dwyer grad student 2006 Chicago
 (Consumer -resource interactions, population synchrony, and cycles: Population dynamics in time and space.)
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Nolting BC, Abbott KC. (2016) Balls, cups, and quasi-potentials: quantifying stability in stochastic systems. Ecology. 97: 850-64
Stieha CR, Abbott KC, Poveda K. (2016) The Effects of Plant Compensatory Regrowth and Induced Resistance on Herbivore Population Dynamics. The American Naturalist. 187: 167-81
Duthie AB, Abbott KC, Nason JD. (2015) Trade-Offs and Coexistence in Fluctuating Environments: Evidence for a Key Dispersal-Fecundity Trade-Off in Five Nonpollinating Fig Wasps. The American Naturalist. 186: 151-8
Abbott KC, Karst J, Biederman LA, et al. (2015) Spatial heterogeneity in soil microbes alters outcomes of plant competition. Plos One. 10: e0125788
Duthie AB, Abbott KC, Nason JD. (2014) Trade-offs and coexistence: a lottery model applied to fig wasp communities. The American Naturalist. 183: 826-41
James AR, Abbott KC. (2014) Phenological and geographical shifts have interactive effects on migratory bird populations. The American Naturalist. 183: 40-53
Sharma Y, Abbott KC, Dutta PS, et al. (2014) Stochasticity and bistability in insect outbreak dynamics Theoretical Ecology. 8: 163-174
Abbott KC, Harmon JP, Fabina NS. (2014) The challenge of predicting temperature effects on short-term predator-prey dynamics Population Ecology. 56: 375-392
Telemeco RS, Abbott KC, Janzen FJ. (2013) Modeling the effects of climate change-induced shifts in reproductive phenology on temperature-dependent traits. The American Naturalist. 181: 637-48
Gilman RT, Fabina NS, Abbott KC, et al. (2012) Evolution of plant-pollinator mutualisms in response to climate change. Evolutionary Applications. 5: 2-16
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