In the near future, you will be able to find descriptions of some of my current research interests. Typically, these involve how the physiology and behavior of individuals interact with the environment to produce population, community, and landscape dynamics.
Recent projects include:
Building and testing a spatially-explicit theory of thermoregulation
Physiological and population responses to climate change for small vertebrate ectotherms
Thermally-mediated intraspecific competition in spatially-explicit environments
Optimal dispersal through thermally-structured habitats
Optimal coloration under thermoregulatory and predatory constraints
Th ermal dependence of chytrid fungus-frog interactions and amphibian decline
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