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Frishkoff et al. 2018. Do correlated responses to multiple environmental changes exacerbate or mitigate species loss?
  1. Frishkoff, L.O., Gabot, E., Sandler, G., Marte, C. Mahler, D.L. 2019. Elevation shapes the reassembly of Anthropocene lizard communities. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 3: 638–646. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0819-0
  2. Frishkoff L.O., Echeverri A., Chan K., Karp D.S. 2018. Do correlated responses to multiple environmental changes exacerbate or mitigate species loss? Oikos. 127: 1724–1734. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.05288
  3. Nowakowski J., Frishkoff L.O., Agha M., Todd B, Scheffers B. 2018. Changing thermal landscapes: merging climate science and landscape ecology through thermal biology. Current Landscape Ecology Reports. 3: 57-72. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40823-018-0034-8
  4. Nowakowski J., Frishkoff L.O., Thompson M., Smith T., and Todd B. 2018. Phylogenetic homogenization of amphibian assemblages in human-altered habitats across the globe. PNAS. 115 (15) E3454-E3462. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1714891115
  5. Karp D.S., Frishkoff L.O., Echeverri A., Zook J., Juárez P., and Chan K.M.A. 2018. Agriculture erases climate-driven β-diversity in Neotropical bird communities. Global Change Biology. 24: 338–349. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13821
  6. Frank, H.K., Frishkoff, L.O., Mendenhall, C.D., Daily, G.C. and E.A. Hadly. 2017. Phylogeny, traits and biodiversity of a Neotropical bat assemblage: Close relatives show similar responses to local deforestation. The American Naturalist, 190: 200-212. https://doi.org/10.1086/692534
  7. Frishkoff, L.O., de Valpine, P., and L.K. M’Gonigle. 2017. Phylogenetic occupancy models integrate imperfect detection and phylogenetic signal to analyze community structure. Ecology, 98: 198-210 doi:10.1002/ecy.1631
  8. Solari K.A., Frank H.K., Frishkoff L.O., Hsu J.L., Kemp M.E., Mychajliw A.M., and E.A. Hadly. 2016. Opportunity for some, extinction for others: the fate of tetrapods in the Anthropocene. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 2050: 787-813
  9. Frishkoff, L. O., Karp, D. S., Flanders, J. R., Zook, J., Hadly, E. A., Daily, G. C. and L. K. M’Gonigle. 2016. Climate change and habitat conversion favour the same species. Ecology Letters, 19: 1081–1090 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12645
  10. Frishkoff, L.O., Hadly, E.A., and G.C. Daily. 2015. Thermal niche predicts tolerance to habitat conversion in tropical amphibians and reptiles. Global Change Biologyhttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.13016/abstract
  11. Karp, D.S., Mendenhall, C.D., Callaway, E., Frishkoff, L.O., Kareiva, P.M., Ehrlich, P.R., and G.C. Daily. 2015. Confronting and resolving competing values behind conservation objectives. PNAShttp://www.pnas.org/content/112/35/11132.short
  12. Knope, M.L., Heim, N.A., Frishkoff, L.O., and J.L. Payne. 2015. Limited role of functional differentiation in early diversification of animals. Nature Communications. 6: 6455. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms7455
  13. Frishkoff, L.O., Karp, D.S., M’Gonigle, L.K., Mendenhall, C.D., Zook, J., Kremen C., Hadly, E.A., and G.C. Daily. 2014. Loss of avian phylogenetic diversity in neotropical agricultural systems. Science. 345 (6202), 1343-6.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.1254610 (click for: FulltextPDF)
  14. Mendenhall C.D., Frishkoff, L.O., Santos-Barrera, G., Pacheco, J., Ehrlich P.R., Ceballos, G., Daily, G.C., and R.M. Pringle. 2014. Countryside Biogeography of Neotropical Reptiles and Amphibians. Ecology. 95 (4), 856-870. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/12-2017.1
  15. Karp, D.S., Moeller, H.V., and L.O. Frishkoff. 2013. Nonrandom extinction patterns can modulate pest control service decline. Ecological Applications. 23:840–849. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/12-0937.1