Ryan G. Calsbeek

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, United States 
Evolutionary Biology
"Ryan Calsbeek"
Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree


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Barry Sinervo grad student 2001 UC Santa Cruz
 (Ecology, sexual selection and adaptive female preferences.)


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Beth A. Reinke grad student 2012- Dartmouth
M. Catherine Duryea grad student 2014 Dartmouth
Michael L. Logan grad student 2014 Dartmouth
Robert M. Cox post-doc UVA


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Erik I. Svensson collaborator 2010-2012 Dartmouth
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Gamble MM, Calsbeek RG. (2023) Sex-specific heritabilities for length at maturity among Pacific salmonids and their consequences for evolution in response to artificial selection. Evolutionary Applications. 16: 1458-1471
Calsbeek R. (2023) Ecological rules for global species distribution also predict performance variation in Ironman triathletes. Plos One. 18: e0283282
Calsbeek R, Zamora-Camacho FJ, Symes LB. (2022) Individual contributions to group chorus dynamics influence access to mating opportunities in wood frogs. Ecology Letters
Svensson EI, Blaimont P, Calsbeek R, et al. (2021) In Memoriam: Barry Sinervo 1961-2021. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Gamble MM, Calsbeek RG. (2021) A potential role for restricted intertactical heritability in preventing intralocus conflict. Evolutionary Applications. 14: 2576-2590
Cox RM, Wittman TN, Calsbeek R. (2021) Reproductive trade-offs and phenotypic selection change with body condition, but not with predation regime, across island lizard populations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Goedert D, Clement D, Calsbeek R. (2020) Evolutionary trade‐offs may interact with physiological constraints to maintain color variation Ecological Monographs
Goedert D, Calsbeek R. (2019) Experimental Evidence That Metamorphosis Alleviates Genomic Conflict. The American Naturalist. 194: 356-366
Brady SP, Zamora-Camacho FJ, Eriksson FAA, et al. (2019) Fitter frogs from polluted ponds: The complex impacts of human-altered environments. Evolutionary Applications. 12: 1360-1370
Calsbeek R, Careau V. (2019) Survival of the Fastest: The Multivariate Optimization of Performance Phenotypes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 51: 330-337
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