• Publications
  • Influence
Modes of response to environmental change and the elusive empirical evidence for bet hedging
  • A. Simons
  • Psychology
    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
  • 7 June 2011
This work attempts to resolve misunderstandings about bet hedging and its relationship with other modes of response to environmental change, identify the challenges inherent to its study, assess the state of existing empirical evidence and appraisals of the adaptive significance of putative bet-hedging traits in nature.
Coming to America: multiple origins of New World geckos
The phylogenetic and biogeographical hypotheses presented here provide an historical framework to further pursue research on the diversification and assembly of the New World herpetofauna.
Phylogeography of the northern hogsucker, Hypentelium nigricans (Teleostei: Cypriniformes): genetic evidence for the existence of the ancient Teays River
Aim  To assess the roles of dispersal and vicariance in shaping the present distribution and diversity within Hypentelium nigricans, the northern hogsucker (Teleostei: Cypriniformes).
Many wrongs: the advantage of group navigation.
  • A. Simons
  • Business
    Trends in ecology & evolution
  • 1 September 2004
Phylogeography and post‐glacial colonization patterns of the rainbow darter, Etheostoma caeruleum (Teleostei: Percidae)
Aim  To examine the effects of historical climate change and drainage isolation on the distribution of mitochondrial DNA cytochrome b genetic variation within the rainbow darter, Etheostoma caeruleum
What Impedes Efficient Adoption of Products? Evidence from Randomized Sales Offers for Fuel-Efficient Cookstoves in Uganda
Consumers’ failure to adopt products with health and wellbeing benefits apparently far greater than their costs has consistentlychallenged the widespread use of health-improving technologies. A sales
Variation in seed traits of Lobelia inflata (Campanulaceae): sources and fitness consequences.
Small seed size in Lobelia inflata has a persistent and significant association with both final plant size and the probability of survival to autumn, and a trade-off is found between the number and size of seeds contained in a fruit after correcting for fruit size.