Robin E. Snyder

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
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Roger Nisbet grad student 2001 UC Santa Barbara
 (The effects of spatial correlations and demographic stochasticity on population dynamics.)
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Ellner SP, Snyder RE, Adler PB, et al. (2018) An expanded modern coexistence theory for empirical applications. Ecology Letters
Snyder RE, Ellner SP. (2018) Pluck or Luck: Does Trait Variation or Chance Drive Variation in Lifetime Reproductive Success? The American Naturalist. 191: E90-E107
Burgess SC, Snyder RE, Rountree B. (2018) Collective Dispersal Leads to Variance in Fitness and Maintains Offspring Size Variation within Marine Populations The American Naturalist. 191: 318-332
Snyder RE. (2017) A navigational guide to variable fitness: common methods of analysis, where they break down, and what you can do instead Theoretical Ecology. 10: 375-389
Ellner SP, Snyder RE, Adler PB. (2016) How to quantify the temporal storage effect using simulations instead of math. Ecology Letters
Snyder RE, Ellner SP. (2016) We Happy Few: Using Structured Population Models to Identify the Decisive Events in the Lives of Exceptional Individuals. The American Naturalist. 188: E28-45
Williams JL, Snyder RE, Levine JM. (2016) The Influence of Evolution on Population Spread through Patchy Landscapes. The American Naturalist. 188: 15-26
Snyder RE, Adler PB. (2011) Coexistence and coevolution in fluctuating environments: Can the storage effect evolve? American Naturalist. 178: E76-E84
Snyder RE. (2011) Leaving home ain't easy: Non-local seed dispersal is only evolutionarily stable in highly unpredictable environments Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 278: 739-744
Snyder RE. (2009) Transient dynamics in altered disturbance regimes: Recovery may start quickly, then slow Theoretical Ecology. 2: 79-87
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