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Gunderson, A.R., E. King, K. Boyer, B. Tsukimura and J.H. Stillman. 2017. Species as stressors: heterospecific interactions and the cellular stress response under global change. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57: 90-102. PDF

Williams, C.M., L.B. Buckley, K.S. Sheldon, M. Vickers, H.O. Pörtner, W.W. Dowd, A.R. Gunderson, K.E. Marshall, and J.H. Stillman. 2016. Biological impacts of thermal extremes: mechanisms and costs of functional responses matter. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56: 73-84. PDF

Gunderson, A.R., E.J. Armstrong, and Jonathon H. Stillman. 2016. Multiple stressors in a changing world: the need for an improved perspective on physiological responses to the dynamic marine environment. Annual Review of Marine Science 8: 357-378. PDF

Gunderson, A.R. and M. Leal. 2016. A conceptual framework for understanding thermal constraints on ectotherm activity with implications for predicting responses to global change. Ecology Letters 19: 111-120. PDF

Gunderson, A.R. and J.H. Stillman. 2015. Plasticity in thermal tolerance has limited potential to buffer ectotherms from global warming. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282: 20150401. PDF. Press: The Independent (UK), ScienceNewsScience DailyClimateWireThe Wildlife Society magazine, The Daily CalifornianKCBS San Francisco radio

Gunderson, A.R. and M. Leal. 2015. Patterns of thermal constraint on ectotherm activity. The American Naturalist, 185: 653-664. PDF. Press:  FuturityThe Wildlife Society magazine, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Gunderson, A.R. and J.H. Stillman. 2014. An affinity for biochemical adaptation to temperature. The Journal of Experimental Biology 217: 4273-4274. PDF

Wright, A., S.A. Schnitzer, I.A. Dickie, A.R. Gunderson, G.A. Pinter, S.A. Mangan, and P.B. Reich. 2013. Complex facilitation and competition in a temperate grassland: loss of plant diversity and elevated CO2 have divergent and opposite effects on oak establishment. Oecologia 171: 449-458. PDF

Leal, M. and A.R. Gunderson. 2012. Rapid change in the thermal tolerance of a tropical lizard. The American Naturalist 180: 815-822. PDF. Press: Faculty of 1000 selectionScience DailyConservation magazine

Gunderson, A.R. and M. Leal. 2012. Geographic variation in vulnerability to climate warming in a tropical Caribbean lizard. Functional Ecology 26: 783-793. PDF. Press: El Nuevo Díaonline video feature at Functional Ecology

Gunderson, A.R., J. Siegel, and M. Leal. 2011. Tests of the contribution of acclimation to geographic variation in water loss rates of the West Indian lizard Anolis cristatellusJournal of Comparative Physiology B 181: 965-972. PDF

Müller, M.S., E.T. Porter, J.K. Grace, J.A. Awkerman, K.T. Birchler, A.R. Gunderson, E.G. Schneider, M.A. Westbrock, and D.J. Anderson. 2011. Maltreated nestlings exhibit correlated maltreatment as adults: Evidence of a “cycle of violence” in Nazca Boobies (Sula granti). Auk 128: 615-619. PDF. Press: BBCNew York TimesScience Daily

Cornell, K.L., C.R. Kight, R.B. Burdge, A.R. Gunderson, J.K. Hubbard, A.K. Jackson, J.E. LeClerc, M.L. Pitts, J.P. Swaddle, and D.A. Cristol. 2011. Reproductive success of eastern bluebirds (Sialia sialis) on suburban golf courses. Auk 128: 577-586. PDF

Gunderson, A.R., M.H. Forsyth, and J.P. Swaddle. 2009. Evidence plumage bacteria influence plumage coloration and body condition of eastern bluebirds Sialia sialisJournal of Avian Biology 40: 440-447. PDF. Press: BBC, featured article in Journal of Avian Biology

Gunderson, A.R. 2008. Feather-degrading bacteria: A new frontier in avian and host-parasite research? Auk 125: 972-979. PDF

Gunderson, A.R., A.M. Frame, J.P. Swaddle and M.H. Forsyth. 2008. Resistance of melanized feathers to bacterial degradation: Is it really so black and white? Journal of Avian Biology 39: 539-545. PDF

 

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Gunderson, A.R., D.L. Mahler, and M. Leal. A functional analysis of the contribution of climatic niche divergence to adaptive radiation. Under review, preprint available at Biorxiv. 

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