Steve Cantrell

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Climate change is significantly influencing phenology. One potential effect is that historically interacting partners will respond to climate change at different rates, creating the potential for a phenological mismatch among previously synchronized interacting species, or even sexes of the same species. Focusing on plant demographics in a plant–pollinator(More)
Traditional mathematical models in ecology, epidemiology, evolution, and related areas typically assume that the environment is uniform in time and space and that the transport of organisms, chemicals, genes, and pathogens through the environment is random. In reality, many environments are heterogeneous in time and/or space and many physical processes and(More)
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