Steve Shuster, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, United States 
"Steve Shuster"
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Ikeda DH, Max TL, Allan GJ, et al. (2016) Genetically informed ecological niche models improve climate change predictions. Global Change Biology
Lau MK, Keith AR, Borrett SR, et al. (2016) Genotypic variation in foundation species generates network structure that may drive community dynamics and evolution. Ecology. 97: 733-42
Prather RB, Shuster SM. (2015) The Opportunity for Post-Copulatory Sexual Selection in the Ectoparasitic Pea Crab, Dissodactylus primitivus (Brachyura: Pinnotheridae). Plos One. 10: e0145681
Smith DS, Lau MK, Jacobs R, et al. (2015) Rapid plant evolution in the presence of an introduced species alters community composition. Oecologia
Lamit LJ, Busby PE, Lau MK, et al. (2015) Tree genotype mediates covariance among communities from microbes to lichens and arthropods Journal of Ecology. 103: 840-850
Smith DS, Lamit LJ, Lau MK, et al. (2015) Introduced elk alter traits of a native plant and its plant-associated arthropod community Acta Oecologica. 67: 8-16
Ikeda DH, Grady KC, Shuster SM, et al. (2014) Incorporating climate change and exotic species into forecasts of riparian forest distribution. Plos One. 9: e107037
Shuster SM, Embry SJ, Hargis CR, et al. (2014) The inheritance of autosomal and sex-linked cuticular pigmentation patterns in the marine isopod, Paracerceis sculpta Holmes, 1904 (Isopoda: Sphaeromatidae) Journal of Crustacean Biology. 34: 460-466
Bleakley BH, Welter SM, McCauley-Cole K, et al. (2013) Cannibalism as an interacting phenotype: precannibalistic aggression is influenced by social partners in the endangered Socorro Isopod (Thermosphaeroma thermophilum). Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 26: 832-42
Shuster SM, Briggs WR, Dennis PA. (2013) How multiple mating by females affects sexual selection. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 368: 20120046
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