Theoretical Ecology 

Eco-evolutionary Dynamics

More info coming soon but here are some recent papers:

The ecological causes of functional distinctiveness in communities

F Munoz, CA Klausmeier, P Gaüzère, G Kandlikar, E Litchman, ...

Ecology Letters

A theoretical framework for trait-based eco-evolutionary dynamics: population structure, intraspecific variation, and community assembly

J Wickman, T Koffel, CA Klausmeier

The American Naturalist 201 (4), 501-522

A general framework for species-abundance distributions: Linking traits and dispersal to explain commonness and rarity

T Koffel, K Umemura, E Litchman, CA Klausmeier

Ecology Letters 25 (11), 2359-2371

How the resource supply distribution structures competitive communities

R Ranjan, CA Klausmeier

Journal of Theoretical Biology 538, 111054

From competition to facilitation and mutualism: a general theory of the niche

T Koffel, T Daufresne, CA Klausmeier

Ecological Monographs 91 (3), e01458

Resource competition and host feedbacks underlie regime shifts in gut microbiota

J Guittar, T Koffel, A Shade, CA Klausmeier, E Litchman

The American Naturalist 198 (1), 1-12

Climate Change–Driven Regime Shifts in a Planktonic Food Web

S Wollrab, L Izmest’yeva, SE Hampton, EA Silow, E Litchman, ...

The American Naturalist 197 (3), 281-295

Ecological limits to evolutionary rescue

CA Klausmeier, MM Osmond, CT Kremer, E Litchman

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1814), 20190453

Trait-based ecological and eco-evolutionary theory

CA Klausmeier, CT Kremer, T Koffel

Theoretical Ecology, 161-194

Evolutionarily stable communities: a framework for understanding the role of trait evolution in the maintenance of diversity

KF Edwards, CT Kremer, ET Miller, MM Osmond, E Litchman, CA Klausmeier

Ecology Letters 21 (12), 1853-1868

Regional neutrality evolves through local adaptive niche evolution

MA Leibold, MC Urban, L De Meester, CA Klausmeier, J Vanoverbeke

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (7), 2612-2617

Plant strategies along resource gradients

T Koffel, T Daufresne, F Massol, CA Klausmeier

The American Naturalist 192 (3), 360-378

How spatial structure and neighbor uncertainty promote mutualists and weaken black queen effects

SM Stump, EC Johnson, Z Sun, CA Klausmeier

Journal of theoretical biology 446, 33-60

Local interactions and self-organized spatial patterns stabilize microbial cross-feeding against cheaters

SM Stump, EC Johnson, CA Klausmeier

Journal of The Royal Society Interface 15 (140), 20170822

An evolutionary tipping point in a changing environment

MM Osmond, CA Klausmeier

Evolution 71 (12), 2930-2941

When predators help prey adapt and persist in a changing environment

MM Osmond, SP Otto, CA Klausmeier

The American Naturalist 190 (1), 83-98

Evolutionary stability of coexistence due to the storage effect in a two-season model

ET Miller, CA Klausmeier

Theoretical Ecology 10 (1), 91-103

Determining selection across heterogeneous landscapes: a perturbation-based method and its application to modeling evolution in space

J Wickman, S Diehl, AB Ryabov, B Blasius, CA Klausmeier, Å Brännström

American Naturalist 189, 381-395