Lauren B. Buckley, PhD

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
"Lauren Buckley"


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Joan Roughgarden grad student 2005 Stanford (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (Lizard distributions on islands: Community ecology and biogeography.)
Walter Jetz post-doc 2006-2008 UCSD
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Johnson CA, Ren R, Buckley LB. (2023) Temperature Sensitivity of Fitness Components across Life Cycles Drives Insect Responses to Climate Change. The American Naturalist. 202: 753-766
Briscoe NJ, Morris SD, Mathewson PD, et al. (2022) Mechanistic forecasts of species responses to climate change: the promise of biophysical ecology. Global Change Biology
Buckley LB. (2022) Temperature-sensitive development shapes insect phenological responses to climate change. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 100897
Smith JM, Telemeco RS, Briones Ortiz BA, et al. (2021) High-Elevation Populations of Montane Grasshoppers Exhibit Greater Developmental Plasticity in Response to Seasonal Cues. Frontiers in Physiology. 12: 738992
Buckley LB, Graham SI, Nufio CR. (2021) Grasshopper species' seasonal timing underlies shifts in phenological overlap in response to climate gradients, variability, and change. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Buckley LB, Schoville SD, Williams CM. (2021) Shifts in the relative fitness contributions of fecundity and survival in variable and changing environments. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Kingsolver JG, Buckley LB. (2020) Ontogenetic variation in thermal sensitivity shapes insect ecological responses to climate change. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 41: 17-24
Slatyer RA, Schoville SD, Nufio CR, et al. (2020) Do different rates of gene flow underlie variation in phenotypic and phenological clines in a montane grasshopper community? Ecology and Evolution. 10: 980-997
Herrando‐Pérez S, Monasterio C, Beukema W, et al. (2020) Heat tolerance is more variable than cold tolerance across species of Iberian lizards after controlling for intraspecific variation Functional Ecology. 34: 631-645
Buckley LB, Kingsolver JG. (2019) Environmental variability shapes evolution, plasticity and biogeographic responses to climate change Global Ecology and Biogeography. 28: 1456-1468
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