Craig W. Benkman

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University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
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Porter CK, Benkman CW. (2019) Character displacement of a learned behaviour and its implications for ecological speciation. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190761
Parchman TL, Edelaar P, Uckele K, et al. (2018) Resource stability and geographic isolation are associated with genome divergence in western Palearctic crossbills. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Porter CK, Benkman CW. (2017) Assessing the Potential Contributions of Reduced Immigrant Viability and Fecundity to Reproductive Isolation. The American Naturalist. 189: 580-591
Benkman CW, Jech S, Talluto MV. (2016) From the ground up: biotic and abiotic features that set the course from genes to ecosystems. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 7032-7038
Parchman TL, Buerkle CA, Soria-Carrasco V, et al. (2016) Genome divergence and diversification within a geographic mosaic of coevolution. Molecular Ecology
Benkman CW, Mezquida ET. (2015) Phenotypic Selection Exerted by a Seed Predator Is Replicated in Space and Time and among Prey Species. The American Naturalist. 186: 682-91
Talluto MV, Benkman CW. (2014) Conflicting selection from fire and seed predation drives fine-scaled phenotypic variation in a widespread North American conifer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 9543-8
Mezquida ET, Benkman CW. (2014) Causes of variation in biotic interaction strength and phenotypic selection along an altitudinal gradient. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 68: 1710-21
Talluto MV, Benkman CW. (2013) Landscape-scale eco-evolutionary dynamics: selection by seed predators and fire determine a major reproductive strategy. Ecology. 94: 1307-16
Benkman CW. (2013) Biotic interaction strength and the intensity of selection. Ecology Letters. 16: 1054-60
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