Keith W Larson
Keith W Larson
PhD, Director of the Arctic Centre at Umeå University
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Spinner dolphins in a remote Hawaiian atoll: social grouping and population structure
L Karczmarski, B Würsig, G Gailey, KW Larson, C Vanderlip
Behavioral Ecology 16 (4), 675-685, 2005
A groundwater isoscape (δ D,δ18O) for Mexico
LI Wassenaar, SL Van Wilgenburg, K Larson, KA Hobson
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 102 (3), 123-136, 2009
Linking Hydrogen (δ2H) Isotopes in Feathers and Precipitation: Sources of Variance and Consequences for Assignment to Isoscapes
KA Hobson, SL Van Wilgenburg, LI Wassenaar, K Larson
PloS one 7 (4), e35137, 2012
SoilTemp: A global database of near‐surface temperature
JJ Lembrechts, J Aalto, MB Ashcroft, P De Frenne, M Kopecký, J Lenoir, ...
Global change biology 26 (11), 6616-6629, 2020
Global maps of soil temperature
JJ Lembrechts, J van den Hoogen, J Aalto, MB Ashcroft, P De Frenne, ...
Global Change Biology 28 (9), 3110-3144, 2022
Climatic niche divergence or conservatism? Environmental niches and range limits in ecologically similar damselflies
M Wellenreuther, KW Larson, EI Svensson
Ecology 93 (6), 1353-1366, 2012
Genetic differences between willow warbler migratory phenotypes are few and cluster in large haplotype blocks
M Lundberg, M Liedvogel, K Larson, H Sigeman, M Grahn, A Wright, ...
Evolution Letters 1 (3), 155-168, 2017
Characterisation of a transcriptome to find sequence differences between two differentially migrating subspecies of the willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus
M Lundberg, J Boss, B Canbäck, M Liedvogel, KW Larson, M Grahn, ...
BMC genomics 14 (1), 1-11, 2013
A feather hydrogen isoscape for Mexico
KA Hobson, SL Van Wilgenburg, K Larson, LI Wassenaar
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 102 (3), 167-174, 2009
Digiscoping vouchers for diet studies in bill-load holding birds
K Larson, D Craig
Waterbirds 29 (2), 198-202, 2006
Local adaptation along an environmental cline in a species with an inversion polymorphism
M Wellenreuther, H Rosenquist, P Jaksons, KW Larson
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (6), 1068-1077, 2017
Assignment to breeding and wintering grounds using stable isotopes: a comment on lessons learned by Rocque et al.
KW Larson, KA Hobson
Journal of Ornithology 150, 709-712, 2009
Taxonomic implications of morphological variation in Cercis canadensis (Fabaceae) from Mexico and adjacent parts of Texas
PW Fritsch, AM Schiller, KW Larson
Systematic Botany 34 (3), 510-520, 2009
No evidence for assortative mating within a willow warbler migratory divide
M Liedvogel, KW Larson, M Lundberg, A Gursoy, LI Wassenaar, ...
Frontiers in zoology 11 (1), 1-9, 2014
Comparison of the distribution and phenology of Arctic Mountain plants between the early 20th and 21st centuries
AS MacDougall, P Caplat, J Olofsson, MB Siewert, C Bonner, E Esch, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (20), 5070-5083, 2021
An Appraisal of the use of Hydrogen-Isotope Methods to Delineate Origins of Migratory Saw-Whet Owls in North America: Evaluación del Uso de Métodos de Isótopos de Hidrógeno …
CD Ruyck, KA Hobson, N Koper, KW Larson, LI Wassenaar
The Condor 115 (2), 366-374, 2013
Allelic variation in a willow warbler genomic region is associated with climate clines
KW Larson, M Liedvogel, BA Addison, O Kleven, T Laskemoen, JT Lifjeld, ...
PloS one 9 (5), e95252, 2014
Autumn migration direction of juvenile willow warblers (Phylloscopus t. trochilus and P. t. acredula) and their hybrids assessed by qPCR SNP genotyping
T Zhao, M Ilieva, K Larson, M Lundberg, JM Neto, K Sokolovskis, ...
Movement ecology 8, 1-10, 2020
Caspian Tern nesting ecology and diet in San Francisco Bay and interior Oregon
DD Roby, K Collis, SK Nelson, KW Larson, C Couch, PJ Klavon
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon, 2003
Inversion frequencies and phenotypic effects are modulated by the environment: insights from a reciprocal transplant study in Coelopa frigida
E Berdan, H Rosenquist, K Larson, M Wellenreuther
Evolutionary ecology 32, 683-698, 2018
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