Guzman, L. M., R. M. Germain, C. Forbes, S. Straus, M. I. O’Connor, D. Gravel, D. Srivastava, P. L. Thompson. A multi-trophic extension to metacommunity ecology. In revision, Ecology Letters
Germain, R. M., T. N. Grainger, N. T. Jones, and B. Gilbert. Frequency-dependent maternal effects across species and environments. Submitted, Oikos, posted to biorxiv
Germain, R. M., N. T. Jones, T. N. Grainger. Cryptic dispersal networks connect habitat patches in ways not captured by distance. In review, American Naturalist.
Germain, R. M., M. M. Mayfield, B. Gilbert. Habitat filtering & coexistence across resource environments. In revision, Biology Letters
Germain, R. M., J. Williams, D. Schluter, and A. Angert. Early view. Moving character displacement beyond characters using contemporary coexistence theory. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
Germain, R. M., S. Y. Strauss, and B. Gilbert. 2017. Experimental dispersal reveals characteristic scales of biodiversity in a natural landscape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:4447-4452
Grainger, T. N., R. M. Germain, N. T. Jones, and B. Gilbert. 2017. Predation modifies regional constraints on species distributions in an insect metacommunity. Ecology 98:851-860
Germain, R. M., J. T. Weir, and B. Gilbert. 2016. Species coexistence: macroevolutionary patterns and the contingency of historical interactions. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 283:20160047
Jones, N. T., R. M. Germain, T. N. Grainger, A. Hall, L. Baldwin, and B. Gilbert. 2015. Dispersal mode mediates the effect of patch size and patch connectivity on metacommunity diversity. Journal of Ecology 103:935-944
Germain, R. M. and B. Gilbert. 2014. Hidden responses to environmental variation: maternal effects reveal species niche dimensions. Ecology Letters 17:662-669
Germain, R. M., J. Johnson, S. Schneider, K. Cottenie, Elizabeth A. Gillis, and A. S. MacDougall. 2013. Spatial variability in plant predation determines the strength of stochastic community assembly. American Naturalist 182:169-179
Germain, R. M., C. M. Caruso, and H. Maherali. 2013. Mechanisms and consequences of water stress-induced parental effects in an invasive annual grass. International Journal of Plant Sciences 174:886-895
Our PNAS paper was selected for the ESA's 2018 George Mercer award! Stay tuned for follow-up research
Rachel will be at the upcoming ASN meeting, talk C116 Jan. 8 at 11:20am, a mix of old and new data
TREE paper linking coevolution to coexistence theory out on early view
Frequency-dependent maternal effects paper available on biorxiv
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