Tadeo Ramirez-Parada
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Advancing frost dates have reduced frost risk among most North American angiosperms since 1980
IW Park, T Ramirez‐Parada, SJ Mazer
Global Change Biology 27 (1), 165-176, 2021
Phenological trends in the California poppy (Eschscholzia californica): digitized herbarium specimens reveal intraspecific variation in the sensitivity of flowering date to …
KD Pearson, NLR Love, T Ramirez-Parada, SJ Mazer, JM Yost
Madroño 68 (4), 343-359, 2021
Environmental correlates of richness, community composition, and functional traits of terrestrial birds and mammals in a fragmented tropical landscape
RN Cook, T Ramirez-Parada, L Browne, M Ellis, J Karubian
Landscape Ecology 35, 2825-2841, 2020
Phenological sensitivities to climate are similar in two Clarkia congeners: indirect evidence for facilitation, convergence, niche conservatism, or genetic constraints
SJ Mazer, NLR Love, IW Park, T Ramirez-Parada, ER Matthews
Madroño 68 (4), 388-405, 2021
Herbarium specimens provide reliable estimates of phenological responses to climate at unparalleled taxonomic and spatiotemporal scales
TH Ramirez‐Parada, IW Park, SJ Mazer
Ecography 2022 (10), e06173, 2022
Resource‐related variables drive individual variation in flowering phenology and mediate population‐level flowering responses to climate in an asynchronously reproducing palm
T Ramirez‐Parada, D Cabrera, Z Diaz‐Martin, L Browne, J Karubian
Biotropica 52 (5), 845-856, 2020
Heritability and variance components of seed size in wild species: influences of breeding design and the number of genotypes tested
E Larios, TH Ramirez-Parada, SJ Mazer
Heredity 130 (4), 251-258, 2023
No association between genetic variants in MAOA, OXTR, and AVPR1a and cooperative strategies
MI Rivera-Hechem, C Rodríguez-Sickert, RA Guzmán, T Ramírez-Parada, ...
Plos one 15 (12), e0244189, 2020
Plasticity and not adaptation is the primary source of temperature-mediated variation in flowering phenology in North America
TH Ramirez-Parada, IW Park, S Record, CC Davis, AM Ellison, SJ Mazer
Nature Ecology & Evolution 8 (3), 467-476, 2024
Incorporating plant phenological responses into species distribution models reduces estimates of future species loss and turnover
S Peng, TH Ramirez‐Parada, SJ Mazer, S Record, I Park, AM Ellison, ...
New Phytologist 242 (5), 2338-2352, 2024
Herbarium data accurately predict the timing and duration of population‐level flowering displays
IW Park, T Ramirez‐Parada, S Record, C Davis, AM Ellison, SJ Mazer
Ecography, e06961, 2024
A Phenology-focused CURE using Herbarium Specimen Data
KD Pearson, SJ Mazer, T Ramirez-Parada, N Love, JM Yost
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