Christopher A. Klausmeier, Ph.D.

1995-2000 Ecology, Evolution & Behavior University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
 2000-2001 Limnology Eawag 
 2001-2002 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
 2003-2005 Biology Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
 2005- Kellogg Biological Station & Plant Biology Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
"Christopher Klausmeier"


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Stephen C Adolph research assistant 1994-1995 Harvey Mudd College (Evolution Tree)
Claudia Neuhauser grad student 2000 UMN
 (The role of spatial heterogeneity in ecological communities.)
G David Tilman grad student 2000 UMN (Evolution Tree)
 (The role of spatial heterogeneity in ecological communities.)
Simon Asher Levin post-doc 2001-2002 Princeton (Biomechanics Tree)


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Jarad Mellard grad student 2003-2010 Michigan State
Colin Kremer grad student 2009-2014 Michigan State
Elizabeth T Miller grad student 2009-2016 Michigan State
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Ranjan R, Koffel T, Klausmeier CA. (2024) The three-species problem: Incorporating competitive asymmetry and intransitivity in modern coexistence theory. Ecology Letters. 27: e14426
Wickman J, Litchman E, Klausmeier CA. (2024) Eco-evolutionary emergence of macroecological scaling in plankton communities. Science (New York, N.Y.). 383: 777-782
Munoz F, Klausmeier CA, Gaüzère P, et al. (2023) The ecological causes of functional distinctiveness in communities. Ecology Letters
Twardochleb LA, Zarnetske PL, Klausmeier CA. (2023) Life-history responses to temperature and seasonality mediate ectotherm consumer-resource dynamics under climate warming. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20222377
Wickman J, Koffel T, Klausmeier CA. (2023) A Theoretical Framework for Trait-Based Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics: Population Structure, Intraspecific Variation, and Community Assembly. The American Naturalist. 201: 501-522
Koffel T, Umemura K, Litchman E, et al. (2022) A general framework for species-abundance distributions: Linking traits and dispersal to explain commonness and rarity. Ecology Letters
Ranjan R, Klausmeier CA. (2022) How the resource supply distribution structures competitive communities. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 538: 111054
Guittar J, Koffel T, Shade A, et al. (2021) Resource Competition and Host Feedbacks Underlie Regime Shifts in Gut Microbiota. The American Naturalist. 198: 1-12
Wollrab S, Izmest'yeva Любовь Р Изместьева L, Hampton SE, et al. (2021) Climate Change-Driven Regime Shifts in a Planktonic Food Web. The American Naturalist. 197: 281-295
Klausmeier CA, Osmond MM, Kremer CT, et al. (2020) Ecological limits to evolutionary rescue. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 375: 20190453
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