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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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
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
Aranguren-Gassis M, Kremer CT, Klausmeier CA, et al. (2019) Nitrogen limitation inhibits marine diatom adaptation to high temperatures. Ecology Letters
Leibold MA, Urban MC, De Meester L, et al. (2019) Regional neutrality evolves through local adaptive niche evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Sun Z, Koffel T, Stump SM, et al. (2019) Microbial cross-feeding promotes multiple stable states and species coexistence, but also susceptibility to cheaters. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 465: 63-77
Edwards KF, Kremer CT, Miller ET, et al. (2018) Evolutionarily stable communities: a framework for understanding the role of trait evolution in the maintenance of diversity. Ecology Letters
Koffel T, Daufresne T, Massol F, et al. (2018) Plant Strategies along Resource Gradients. The American Naturalist. 192: 360-378
O'Donnell DR, Hamman CR, Johnson EC, et al. (2018) Rapid thermal adaptation in a marine diatom reveals constraints and tradeoffs. Global Change Biology
Kremer CT, Klausmeier CA. (2017) Species packing in eco-evolutionary models of seasonally fluctuating environments. Ecology Letters
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