Peer-reviewed publications

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Littrell, Katherine A, David Ellis, Stephen R Gephard, Andrew D MacDonald, Eric P Palkovacs, Katherine Scranton, and David M Post. 2018. “Evaluating the Potential for Prezygotic Isolation and Hybridization Between Landlocked and Anadromous Alewife (Alosa Pseudoharengus) Following Secondary Contact.” Evolutionary Applications. Wiley Online Library.

Scranton, Katherine, and Priyanga Amarasekare. 2017. “Predicting Phenological Shifts in a Changing Climate.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. National Acad Sciences, 201711221.

Scranton, Katherine, and David A Vasseur. 2016. “Coexistence and Emergent Neutrality Generate Synchrony Among Competitors in Fluctuating Environments.” Theoretical Ecology 9 (3). Springer Netherlands: 353–63.

Scranton, Katherine, Jonas Knape, and Perry de Valpine. 2014. “An Approximate Bayesian Computation Approach to Parameter Estimation in a Stochastic Stage-Structured Population Model.” Ecology 95 (5). Ecological Society of America: 1418–28.

Scranton, Katherine, Virpi Lummaa, and Stephen C Stearns. 2016. “The Importance of the Timescale of the Fitness Metric for Estimates of Selection on Phenotypic Traits During a Period of Demographic Change.” Ecology Letters 19 (8): 854–61.

Scranton, Katherine, Menelaos Stavrinides, Nicholas J Mills, and Perry De Valpine. 2013. “Small-Scale Intraspecific Life History Variation in Herbivorous Spider Mites (Tetranychus Pacificus) Is Associated with Host Plant Cultivar.” PloS One 8 (9). Public Library of Science: e72980.

Valpine, Perry de, Katherine Scranton, and Clifford P Ohmart. 2010. “Synchrony of Population Dynamics of Two Vineyard Arthropods Occurs at Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales.” Ecological Applications 20 (7). Ecological Society of America: 1926–35.

Valpine, Perry, Katherine Scranton, Jonas Knape, Karthik Ram, and Nicholas J Mills. 2014. “The Importance of Individual Developmental Variation in Stage-Structured Population Models.” Ecology Letters 17 (8): 1026–38.