James F Gilliam

Biology North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
Behavioral ecology
"James F. Gilliam"



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Earl E. Werner grad student 1982 Michigan State
 (Habitat Use and Competitive Bottlenecks to Size-structured Fish Populations.)


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Garrick T. Skalski grad student 2001 NCSU (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Gagne RB, Heins DC, McIntyre PB, et al. (2016) Mutual dilution of infection by an introduced parasite in native and invasive stream fishes across Hawaii. Parasitology. 1-10
Alda F, Gagne RB, Walter RP, et al. (2016) Colonization and demographic expansion of freshwater fauna across the Hawaiian Archipelago. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Moslemi JM, Snider SB, Macneill K, et al. (2012) Impacts of an invasive snail (Tarebia granifera) on nutrient cycling in tropical streams: the role of riparian deforestation in Trinidad, West Indies. Plos One. 7: e38806
El-Sabaawi RW, Kohler TJ, Zandoná E, et al. (2012) Environmental and organismal predictors of intraspecific variation in the stoichiometry of a neotropical freshwater fish. Plos One. 7: e32713
Walter RP, Blum MJ, Snider SB, et al. (2011) Isolation and differentiation of Rivulus hartii across Trinidad and neighboring islands. Molecular Ecology. 20: 601-18
Skalski GT, Gilliam JF. (2003) A diffusion-based theory of organism dispersal in heterogeneous populations. The American Naturalist. 161: 441-58
Skalski GT, Gilliam JF. (2002) Feeding under predation hazard: testing models of adaptive behavior with stream fish. The American Naturalist. 160: 158-72
Fraser DF, Gilliam JF, Daley MJ, et al. (2001) Explaining leptokurtic movement distributions: intrapopulation variation in boldness and exploration. The American Naturalist. 158: 124-35
Gilliam JF, Fraser DF. (1987) Habitat Selection Under Predation Hazard: Test of a Model with Foraging Minnows. Ecology. 68: 1856-1862
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