Allison K. Shaw

Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Theoretical ecology
"Allison Shaw"


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Simon Asher Levin grad student 2007-2012 Princeton (Biomechanics Tree)
 (Modeling Motives for Movement: Theory for Why Animals Migrate.)
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Binning SA, Craft ME, Zuk M, et al. (2022) How to study parasites and host migration: a roadmap for empiricists. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Kim D, Shaw AK. (2021) Migration and tolerance shape host behavior and response to parasites infection. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Porath-Krause A, Campbell R, Shoemaker L, et al. (2021) Pliant pathogens: Estimating viral spread when confronted with new vector, host, and environmental conditions. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 1877-1887
Miller TEX, Angert AL, Brown CD, et al. (2020) Eco-evolutionary dynamics of range expansion. Ecology. e03139
Shaw AK, Binning SA. (2020) Recovery from infection is more likely to favor the evolution of migration than social escape from infection. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Shaw AK. (2020) Causes and consequences of individual variation in animal movement. Movement Ecology. 8: 12
Muthukrishnan R, Sullivan LL, Shaw AK, et al. (2020) Trait plasticity alters the range of possible coexistence conditions in a competition-colonisation trade-off. Ecology Letters
Chacón JM, Shaw AK, Harcombe WR. (2020) Increasing growth rate slows adaptation when genotypes compete for diffusing resources. Plos Computational Biology. 16: e1007585
Venkatanarayanan NN, Binning SA, Shaw AK. (2020) Infection state can affect host migratory decisions Oikos
Shaw AK, Craft ME, Zuk M, et al. (2019) Host migration strategy is shaped by forms of parasite transmission and infection cost. The Journal of Animal Ecology
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