Njal Rollinson

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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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Moldowan PD, Tattersall GJ, Rollinson N. (2021) Climate-associated decline of body condition in a fossorial salamander. Global Change Biology
Lawson L, Rollinson N. (2021) A simple model for the evolution of temperature-dependent sex determination explains the temperature sensitivity of embryonic mortality in imperiled reptiles. Conservation Physiology. 9: coab020
Leivesley JA, Rollinson N. (2021) Maternal provisioning and fluctuating thermal regimes enhance immune response in a reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination. The Journal of Experimental Biology
De Lisle SP, Punzalan D, Rollinson N, et al. (2020) Extinction and the temporal distribution of macroevolutionary bursts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Taylor EN, Diele-Viegas LM, Gangloff EJ, et al. (2020) The thermal ecology and physiology of reptiles and amphibians: A user's guide. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part a, Ecological and Integrative Physiology
Burton T, Rollinson N, McKelvey S, et al. (2020) Adaptive Maternal Investment in the Wild? Links between Maternal Growth Trajectory and Offspring Size, Growth, and Survival in Contrasting Environments. The American Naturalist. 195: 678-690
Connoy JWH, Leivesley JA, Brooks RJ, et al. (2020) Body size of ectotherms constrains thermal requirements for reproductive activity in seasonal environments. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Rollinson N, Nilsson-Örtman V, Rowe L. (2019) Density-dependent offspring interactions do not explain macroevolutionary scaling of adult size and offspring size. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Moldowan PD, Alex Smith M, Baldwin T, et al. (2019) Nature's pitfall trap: Salamanders as rich prey for carnivorous plants in a nutrient-poor northern bog ecosystem. Ecology. e02770
Francis EA, Moldowan PD, Greischar MA, et al. (2019) Anthropogenic nest sites provide warmer incubation environments than natural nest sites in a population of oviparous reptiles near their northern range limit. Oecologia
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