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Christopher Eckert, Ph.D.

Biology Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
Plant Ecology and Evolution
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Hargreaves AL, Eckert CG. (2018) Local adaptation primes cold-edge populations for range expansion but not warming-induced range shifts. Ecology Letters
Samis KE, Lopez-Villalobos A, Eckert CG. (2016) Strong genetic differentiation but not local adaptation towards the range limit of a coastal dune plant. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Dart S, Eckert CG. (2015) Variation in pollen limitation and floral parasitism across a mating system transition in a Pacific coastal dune plant: evolutionary causes or ecological consequences? Annals of Botany. 115: 315-26
Hargreaves AL, Weiner JL, Eckert CG. (2015) High-elevation range limit of an annual herb is neither caused nor reinforced by declining pollinator service Journal of Ecology. 103: 572-584
López-Villalobos A, Samis KE, Eckert CG. (2014) Microsatellite primers for Camissoniopsis cheiranthifolia (Onagraceae) and cross-amplification in related species. Applications in Plant Sciences. 2
Hargreaves AL, Samis KE, Eckert CG. (2014) Are species' range limits simply niche limits writ large? A review of transplant experiments beyond the range. The American Naturalist. 183: 157-73
Hargreaves AL, Eckert CG. (2014) Evolution of dispersal and mating systems along geographic gradients: Implications for shifting ranges Functional Ecology. 28: 5-21
Dick CA, Herman JA, O'Dell RE, et al. (2014) Cryptic genetic subdivision in the San Benito evening primrose (Camissonia benitensis) Conservation Genetics. 15: 165-175
Doubleday LA, Raguso RA, Eckert CG. (2013) Dramatic vestigialization of floral fragrance across a transition from outcrossing to selfing in Abronia umbellata (Nyctaginaceae). American Journal of Botany. 100: 2280-92
Dart S, Eckert CG. (2013) Experimental and genetic analyses reveal that inbreeding depression declines with increased self-fertilization among populations of a coastal dune plant. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 26: 587-99
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