Alan Hastings

Affiliations: 
Environmental Science and Policy University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Website:
http://two.ucdavis.edu/~me/amh.html
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Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree - Evolution Tree

Parents

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Simon Asher Levin grad student Princeton (Biomechanics Tree)

Children

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Eli E. Goldwyn grad student UC Davis
Dale R. Lockwood grad student UC Davis
Dale R Lockwood grad student
Caz Taylor grad student UC Davis
Chris Ray grad student 1991-1997 UC Davis
Perry de Valpine grad student 2000 UC Davis
David Herbert Brown grad student 2001 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
James Alan Umbanhowar grad student 2002 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Dale R. Lockwood grad student 1997-2002 UC Davis
Christopher J. Dugaw grad student 2003 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Caroline Mary Taylor grad student 2004 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Matthew D. Holland grad student 2000-2008 State of California
Julie C. Blackwood grad student 2006-2010 UC Davis
Troy Alexander Perkins grad student 2011 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Alex Perkins grad student 2006-2011 UC Davis
Carl Boettiger grad student 2012 UC Davis
Yun Tao grad student 2014 UC Davis
Easton R White grad student 2014-2018 UC Davis
Duncan Callaway post-doc UC Davis
Kathleen Crowe post-doc UC Davis
Kim Cuddington post-doc UC Davis
Sergey Gavrilets post-doc UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Wesley Godoy post-doc UC Davis
Jessica Green post-doc UC Davis
A. Noble Hendrix post-doc UC Davis
M. Forrest Hill post-doc UC Davis
Carole Hom post-doc UC Davis
Gary Huxel post-doc UC Davis
Julie B. Kellner post-doc UC Davis
Aaron King post-doc UC Davis
John Lambrinos post-doc UC Davis
Danielle Lyles post-doc UC Davis
Kevin McCann post-doc UC Davis
Brett Melbourne post-doc UC Davis
Pablo Rosso post-doc UC Davis
Maria Sanchez post-doc UC Davis
Steve Teo post-doc UC Davis
Paul Williams post-doc UC Davis
Chris Wilmers post-doc UC Davis
Derin Wysham post-doc UC Davis
Gordon A. Fox post-doc 1989-1991 UC Davis (Evolution Tree)
Richard J. Hall post-doc 2004-2005 (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)

Collaborators

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Ty Tuff collaborator 2009- CU Boulder
Richard J. Hall collaborator 2004-2005 UC Davis (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Morozov A, Abbott K, Cuddington K, et al. (2020) Long living transients: Enfant terrible of ecological theory?: Reply to comments on "Long transients in ecology: Theory and applications". Physics of Life Reviews
Morozov A, Abbott K, Cuddington K, et al. (2019) Long transients in ecology: Theory and applications. Physics of Life Reviews
White ER, Cox K, Melbourne BA, et al. (2019) Success and failure of ecological management is highly variable in an experimental test. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Jiang J, Hastings A, Lai YC. (2019) Harnessing tipping points in complex ecological networks. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 16: 20190345
Kaplan KA, Yamane L, Botsford LW, et al. (2019) Setting expected timelines of fished population recovery for the adaptive management of a marine protected area network. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e01949
Machta J, Blackwood JC, Noble A, et al. (2018) A Hybrid Model for the Population Dynamics of Periodical Cicadas. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Dallas T, Melbourne BA, Hastings A. (2018) When can competition and dispersal lead to checkerboard distributions? The Journal of Animal Ecology
Blackwood JC, Machta J, Meyer AD, et al. (2018) Competition and Stragglers as Mediators of Developmental Synchrony in Periodical Cicadas. The American Naturalist. 192: 479-489
Hastings A, Abbott KC, Cuddington K, et al. (2018) Transient phenomena in ecology. Science (New York, N.Y.). 361
Dallas T, Decker RR, Hastings A. (2018) Multiple data sources and freely available code is critical when investigating species distributions and diversity: a response to Knouft (2018). Ecology Letters
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