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Bontrager M and AL Angert. 2018. Gene flow improves fitness at a range edge under climate change. Evolution Letters, in press.
Li Q, DL Grossenbacher, and AL Angert. 2018. The effect of range overlap on ecological niche divergence depends on spatial scale in monkeyflowers. Evolution 72: 2100-2113.
Gamble DE, M Bontrager, and AL Angert. 2018. Floral trait variation and links to climate in the mixed-mating annual Clarkia pulchella. Botany 96: 425-435.
Sheth, SN and AL Angert. 2018. Demographic compensation does not rescue populations at a trailing range edge. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115: 2413-2418.
Angert AL, M Bayly, SN Sheth, and JR Paul. 2018. Testing range-limit hypotheses using habitat suitability and occupancy for the scarlet monkeyflower. American Naturalist 191: E76-E89.
Germain RMG, Williams JL, Schluter D, and AL Angert. 2017. Moving character displacement beyond characters using contemporary coexistence theory. TREE 33: 74-84.
Muir CD and AL Angert. 2017. Grow with the flow: a latitudinal cline in physiology is associated with more variable precipitation in Mimulus cardinalis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 2189-2203.
Gilbert K, NP Sharp, AL Angert, GL Conte, JA Draghi, F Guillaume, AL Hargreaves, R Matthey-Doret, and MC Whitlock. 2017. Local adaptation interacts with expansion load during range expansion: maladaptation reduces expansion load. American Naturalist 189: 368-380. link
Csergo, AM, R Salguero-Gomez, O Broennimann, SR Coutts, A Guisan, AL Angert, E Welk, I Stott, BJ Enquist, B McGill, J-C Svenning, C Violle, and YM Buckley. 2017. Less favourable climates constrain demographic strategies in plants. Ecology Letters 20: 969-980. link
Lee-Yaw JA, HM Kharouba, M Bontrager, C Mahoney, AM Csergo, AME Noreen, Q Li, R Schuster, and AL Angert. 2016. A synthesis of transplant experiments and ecological niche models suggests that range limits are often niche limits. Ecology Letters 19: 710-722. link
Bontrager MG and AL Angert. 2016. Effects of range-wide variation in climate and isolation on floral traits and reproductive output of Clarkia pulchella. American Journal of Botany 103: 10-21. link
Louthan A, AL Angert, and DF Doak. 2015. Where and when do species interactions set range limits? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30: 780-792. link
Borgman EM, AW Schoettle, and AL Angert. 2015. Assessing the potential for maladaptation during active management of limber pine populations: a common garden study detects genetic differentiation in response to soil moisture in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:496-505. link
Angert AL, S Kimball, M Peterson, TE Huxman, and DL Venable. 2014. Phenotypic constraints and community structure: testing the concordance of trade-offs wtihin and among species. Evolution 68:3149-3165. link
Maron JL, K Baer, and AL Angert. 2014. Disentangling the drivers of context-dependent plant-animal interactions. Journal of Ecology 102:1485-1496. link
Sheth SN and AL Angert. 2014. The evolution of environmental tolerance and range size: a comparison of geographically restricted and widespread Mimulus. Evolution 68:2917-2931. link
Sheth SN, I Jimenez, and AL Angert. 2014. Identifying the paths leading to variation in geographical range size in western North American monkeyflowers. Journal of Biogeography 41:2344-2356. link
Borgman EM, AW Schoettle, and AL Angert. 2014.Using among-year variation to assess maternal effects in Pinus aristata and Pinus flexilis. Botany 92:805-814. link
Kimball S, Gremer JR, GA Barron-Gafford, AL Angert, TE Huxman, and DL Venable. 2014. High water-use efficiency and growth contribute to success of non-native Erodium cicutarium in a Sonoran Desert winter annual community. Conservation Physiology 2: cou006-cou006. link
Angert AL, SL LaDeau, and RS Ostfeld. 2013. Climate change and species interactions: ways
forward. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1297:1-7. link
Gremer JR, S Kimball, KR Keck, TE Huxman, AL Angert, and DL Venable. 2013. Water-use
efficiency and relative growth rate mediate competitive interactions in Sonoran Desert
winter annual plants. American Journal of Botany 100:2009-2015. link
Kimball S, JR Gremer, TE Huxman, DL Venable, and AL Angert. 2013. Phenotypic selection
favors missing trait combinations in coexisting annual plants. American Naturalist 182:191-207. link
Barron-Gafford GA, AL Angert, DL Venable, KL Gerst, AP Tyler, and TE Huxman. 2013.
Photosynthetic temperature responses of co-occurring desert winter annuals with
contrasting resource-use efficiencies and different temporal patterns of resource
utilization may allow for species coexistence. Journal of Arid Environments 91:95-103. link
Huxman TE, S Kimball, AL Angert, JR Gremer, GA Barron-Gafford, and DL Venable. 2013.
Understanding past, contemporary, and future dynamics of plants, populations and
communities using Sonoran Desert Winter Annuals. American Journal of Botany 100:1369-1380. link
Gremer JR, S Kimball, TE Huxman, AL Angert, and DL Venable. 2012. “Variation in
photosynthetic response to temperature in a guild of winter annuals.” Ecology 93:2693-2704. link
Kimball S, JR Gremer, AL Angert, TE Huxman, and DL Venable. 2012. “Fitness and physiology in a variable environment.” Oecologia 169:319-329. link
Paul JR, Sheth SN, and AL Angert. 2011. “Quantifying the impact of gene flow on phenotype-environment mismatch: a demonstration with the scarlet monkeyflower (Mimulus cardinalis)." American Naturalist 178:S62-S79. link
Angert AL, SN Sheth and JR Paul. 2011. “Incorporating population variation in thermal performance into predictions of geographic range shifts.” Integrative and Comparative Biology 51:733-750. link
Angert AL, LG Crozier, LJ Rissler, SE Gilman, JJ Tewksbury, and AJ Chunco. 2011. “Do species’ traits predict recent range shifts?” Ecology Letters 14:677-689. link
Gerst KL, AL Angert and DL Venable. 2011. “The effect of geographic range position on demographic variability in annual plants.” Journal of Ecology 99:591-599. link
Kimball S, AL Angert, TE Huxman, and DL Venable. 2011. "Differences in the timing of germination and reproduction relate to growth physiology and population dynamics of Sonoran Desert winter annuals." American Journal of Botany 98:1773-1781. link
Angert AL, JL Horst, TE Huxman, and DL Venable. 2010.“Phenotypic plasticity and precipitation response in Sonoran Desert winter annuals.” American Journal of Botany 97:405-411. link
Kimball S, AL Angert, TE Huxman and DL Venable. 2010. “Contemporary climate change favors cold-adapted species in the Sonoran Desert.” Global Change Biology 16:1555-1565. link
Sexton JP, PJ MacIntyre, AL Angert and KJ Rice. 2009. “Evolution and ecology of species range limits.” Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 40:415-436. link
Angert AL. 2009. “Colloquium Papers: The niche, limits to species’ distributions, and spatiotemporal variation in demography across the elevation ranges of two monkeyflowers.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106:19693-19698. link
Angert AL, TE Huxman, P Chesson, and DL Venable. 2009. “Functional trade-offs determine species coexistence via the storage effect.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106:11641-11645. link
Huxman TE, G Barron-Gafford, KL Gerst, AL Angert, AP Tyler, and DL Venable. 2008. Photosynthetic resource-use efficiency and demographic variability in desert winter annual plants. Ecology 89:1554-1563. link
Angert AL, HD Bradshaw, and DW Schemske. 2008. “Using experimental evolution to investigate geographic range limits in monkeyflowers.” Evolution 62:2660-2675. link
Angert AL, TE Huxman, GA Barron-Gafford, KL Gerst, and DL Venable. 2007. “Linking growth strategies to long-term population dynamics in a guild of desert annuals.” Journal of Ecology 95:321-331. link
Angert AL. 2006. “Demography of central and marginal populations of monkeyflowers (Mimulus cardinalis andM. lewisii).” Ecology 87:2014-2025. link
Angert AL. 2006. “Growth and leaf physiology of monkeyflowers with different altitude ranges.” Oecologia 148:183-194. link
Angert AL and DW Schemske. 2005. “The evolution of species' distributions: Reciprocal transplants across the elevation ranges of Mimulus cardinalis and M. lewisii.” Evolution 59:1671-1684. link