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Updated as of 09/27/2013

The evolutionary immunology and ecological parasitology side of our lab is quite new, but very active: stay tuned for publications!

Individual diet specialization:
pdf_symbol-6-35 Bolnick, D.I., R. Svanbäck, J.A. Fordyce, L.H. Yang, J.M. Davis, C.D. Hulsey, and M.L. Forister. 2003. The ecology of individuals: incidence and implications of individual specialization. American Naturalist 161:1-28. Winner of the 2005 Mercer Award from the Ecological Society of America
pdf_symbol-5-5 Araujo, M.A., C. Layman, and D.I. Bolnick 2011. The ecological causes of individual specialization. Ecology Letters. 14:948-958.
pdf_symbol-6-37 Bolnick, D.I., L.H. Yang, J.A. Fordyce, J.M. Davis, and R. Svanbäck. 2002. Measuring individual-level diet specialization. Ecology 83:2936–2941.

pdf_symbol-5-5 Zaccarelli, N., D.I. Bolnick, and G. Mancinelli. 2013. RInsp: an R package for the analysis of intra-specific variation in resource use. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.111/2041-210X.12079
pdf_symbol-6 L. K. Snowberg, and D. I. Bolnick. 2008. Assortative mating by diet in a phenotypically unimodal but ecologically variable population of stickleback. American Naturalist 172:733-739.
pdf_symbol-6-18 Svänback, R., and D. I. Bolnick. 2007. Intraspecific competition drives increased resource use diversity within a natural population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Section B. 274:839-844. Supplement
pdf_symbol-6-16 Bolnick, D.I., R. Svänback, M. Araujo, L. Persson. 2007. More generalized populations are also more heterogeneous: comparative support for the niche variation hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104:10075-10079.
pdf_symbol-5-5 Bolnick, D.I., T. Ingram, L.K. Snowberg, W.E. Stutz, O.L. Lau, and J.S. Paull. 2010 Ecological release from interspecific competition leads to decoupled changes in population and individual niche widths. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 277: 1789–1797. Supplementary materials
pdf_symbol-5-5 Bolnick, D.I., P. Amarasekare, M. Araujo, R. Burger, J. Levine, M. Novak, V. Rudolf, S. Schreiber, M. Urban, D. Vasseur. 2011. Why intraspecific trait variation matters in ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 26:183-192.
pdf_symbol-5-5 Schreiber, S.J., R. Burger, and D.I. Bolnick. 2011. The community effects of phenotypic and genetic variation within a predator population. Ecology. 92:1582-1593 Supplementary materials

Behavior and Evolution:
pdf_symbol-5-5 Jiang, Y., D. I. Bolnick, and M. Kirkpatrick. 2013. Assortative mating in animals. American Naturalist 181: e125-e138 Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C
pdf_symbol-5-5 Edelaar. P, and D.I. Bolnick. 2012. Non-random gene flow. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 27:659-665.
pdf_symbol-5-3-3-3-3 D. I. Bolnick, L. Snowberg, C. Patenia, O. L. Lau, W. E. Stutz, and T. Ingram. 2009. Phenotype-dependent native habitat preference facilitates divergence between parapatric lake and stream stickleback. Evolution. 63:2004-2016

Diversifying effect of competition:
pdf_symbol-5-6 Agashe, D., and D.I. Bolnick. 2010. Intraspecific genetic variation and competition interact to facilitate niche expansion. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 277:2915-2924.
pdf_symbol-6-7 Bolnick, D.I., and O.L. Lau. 2008. Predictable patterns of disruptive selection in three-spine stickleback. American Naturalist 172:1-11.
pdf_symbol-6-39 Bolnick, D.I. 2001. Intraspecific competition favours niche width expansion in Drosophila melanogaster. Nature 410:463-466.
pdf_symbol-6-31 Bolnick, D.I. 2004. Does intraspecific competition generate disruptive selection? An experimental test in natural populations of sticklebacks. Evolution. 58:608-618.


Divergence between populations:

pdf_symbol-5-5 Hendry, A.P., R.E. Kaeuffer, E. Crispo, C.L. Peichel, and D.I. Bolnick. 2013. Evolutionary inferences from exchangeability: individual classification approaches based on the ecology, morphology, and genetics of lake-stream stickleback population pairs. Evolution. DOI: 10.111/evo.12160
pdf_symbol-5-5 Kaeuffer, D.I. Bolnick, A. Hendry, and C. Peichel. 2012. Convergence and non-convergence in ecological, phenotypic, and genetic divergence across replicate population pairs of lake and stream stickleback. Evolution. 66:402-418.
pdf_symbol-5-5 Berner, D., W.E. Stutz, and D.I. Bolnick. 2010. Diversification in phenotypic (co)variances among lacustrine populations of threespine stickleback. Evolution. 64:2265-2277.
pdf_symbol-5-3-3-3-3 D. I. Bolnick, L. Snowberg, C. Patenia, O. L. Lau, W. E. Stutz, and T. Ingram. 2009. Habitat choice contributes to adaptive divergence between lake and stream populations of three-spine stickleback. Evolution. 63:2004-2016
pdf_symbol-6-8 Bolnick, D. I., E. J. Caldera, and B. Matthews. 2008. Evidence for asymmetric migration load in a pair of ecologically divergent lacustrine stickleback populations. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 94:373-387. Supplement1 Supplement2

pdf_symbol-6-13 Bolnick, D.I. and P. Nosil. 2007. Migration load and the strength of selection. Evolution. 61:2229-2243. Supplement




Speciation:
pdf_symbol-5-5 Bolnick, D.I. 2011. Sympatric speciation in threespine stickleback: why not? International Journal of Ecology. 2011: Article ID 942847.
pdf_symbol-6-15 Bolnick, D. I., and B. Fitzpatrick. 2007. Sympatric speciation: theory and empirical data. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics. 38:459-487. Supplement1 Supplement2 Supplement3
pdf_symbol-6-32 Bolnick, D. I. 2004. Waiting for sympatric speciation. Evolution. 58:895-899.

pdf_symbol-6-9 Bolnick, D.I., M. Turelli, H. López-Fernández, P.C. Wainwright, and T.J. Near. 2008. Does accelerated mitochondrial evolution explain ‘Darwin’s corollary’?: asymmetric viability of reciprocal F1 hybrids in centrarchid fishes. Genetics 178:1037-1048. Supplement
pdf_symbol-6-12 H. López-Fernández, and D.I. Bolnick. 2007. Is partial hybrid viability due to incomplete penetrance are parents heterozygous for Dobzhansky-Mueller incompatibilities? PLOS One 2007 (12): e1294.
pdf_symbol-6-20 Bolnick, D. I., T J. Near, and P. C. Wainwright. 2006. Body size divergence promotes post-zygotic reproductive isolation in centrarchids. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 8:903-913.
pdf_symbol-6-25 Bolnick, D. I., and T. J. Near. 2005. Tempo of post-zygotic reproductive isolation in sunfishes (Teleostei: Centrarchidae). Evolution. 59:1754-1767. Supplement
pdf_symbol-6-36 Bolnick, D.I., and M. Doebeli. 2003. Sexual dimorphism and adaptive speciation: two sides of the same ecological coin. Evolution. 57: 2433-2449.


Theory:
pdf_symbol-5-5 Schreiber, S.J., R. Burger, and D.I. Bolnick. 2011. The community effects of phenotypic and genetic variation within a predator population. Ecology. 92:1582-1593 Supplementary materials
pdf_symbol-5-5 Urban, M.C., R. Burger, and D.I. Bolnick. 2013. Asymmetric fitness landscapes drive the evolution of excessive defenses against natural enemies. Nature Communications.4. Article # 2085. doi:10.1038/ncomms3085.
pdf_symbol-5-5 Bolnick. D.I. and M. Kirkpatrick. 2012. The relationship between intraspecific assortative mating and reproductive isolation between divergent populations. Current Zoology. 58:481-489.
pdf_symbol-6-21 Bolnick, D. I. 2006. A multi-species outcome of a common model of sympatric speciation. Journal of Theoretical Biology 241: 734-744.
pdf_symbol-6-29 Alfaro, M.A., D.I. Bolnick, and P.C. Wainwright. 2005. Evolutionary consequences of many-to-one mapping of jaw morphology to mechanics in Labrid fishes. American Naturalist. 165: e140 – e154.
pdf_symbol-6-34 Alfaro, M.A., D.I. Bolnick, and P.C. Wainwright. 2004. The evolutionary dynamics of complex biomechanical systems. Evolution. 58:495-503.
pdf_symbol-6-32 Bolnick, D. I. 2004. Waiting for sympatric speciation. Evolution. 58:895-899.
pdf_symbol-6-36 Bolnick, D.I., and M. Doebeli. 2003. Sexual dimorphism and adaptive speciation: two sides of the same ecological coin. Evolution. 57: 2433-2449.



Experimental evolutionary ecology in the lab:
pdf_symbol-5-3-3-3-3-3-2 Agashe, D. 2009. Genetic variation stabilizes single-species population dynamics. American Naturalist. 174:255-267. (Winner of the 2010 American Naturalist Editor’s Award)

pdf_symbol-5-5 Agashe, D. J. Falk, and D.I. Bolnick. 2011. Effects of founding genetic variation on adaptation to a novel resource. Evolution 65:2481-2491
pdf_symbol-5-5 Agashe, D. and D. I. Bolnick. 2012. Concurrent diet change and population dynamics in a novel habitat. Oikos 121:347-356.
pdf_symbol-6-39 Bolnick, D.I. 2001. Intraspecific competition favours niche width expansion in Drosophila melanogaster. Nature 410:463-466.

pdf_symbol-5-5 Falk, J. C.E. Parent, D. Agashe, and D.I. Bolnick. 2012. Drift and selection entwined: asymmetric reproductive isolation in an experimental niche shift. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 14:403-423.

Experimental evolutionary ecology in the field:
pdf_symbol-6-31 Bolnick, D.I. 2004. Does intraspecific competition generate disruptive selection? An experimental test in natural populations of sticklebacks. Evolution. 58:608-618.
pdf_symbol-6-18 Svänback, R., and D. I. Bolnick. 2007. Intraspecific competition drives increased resource use diversity within a natural population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Section B. 274:839-844. Supplement
pdf_symbol-5-5 Bolnick, D.I., T. Ingram, L.K. Snowberg, W.E. Stutz, O.L. Lau, and J.S. Paull. 2010 Ecological release from interspecific competition leads to decoupled changes in population and individual niche widths. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Ser. B. 277: 1789–1797. Supplementary materials
pdf_symbol-5-5 Ingram, T., W.E. Stutz, and D.I. Bolnick. 2011. Does intraspecific size variationin a predator affect its diet diversity and top-down control of prey? PLoS One 6:e20782.
pdf_symbol-5-3-3-3-3 D. I. Bolnick, L. Snowberg, C. Patenia, O. L. Lau, W. E. Stutz, and T. Ingram. 2009. Phenotype-dependent native habitat preference facilitates divergence between parapatric lake and stream stickleback. Evolution. 63:2004-2016

Meta-analyses
pdf_symbol-5-5 Jiang, Y., D. I. Bolnick, and M. Kirkpatrick. 2013. Assortative mating in animals. American Naturalist 181: e125-e138 Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C
pdf_symbol-5-3-3-3-3-3-3 E.L. Preisser, D.I. Bolnick, and J. Grabowski. 2009. Resource dynamics influence the magnitude of non-consumptive effects of predators on prey. Ecology Letters. 12:315-323.
pdf_symbol-6-2 Preisser, E.L., D.I. Bolnick. 2008. When predators don't eat their prey: nonconsumptive predator effects on prey dynamics. Ecology 89: 2414-2415.
pdf_symbol-6-24 Bolnick, D. I. and E. L. Preisser. 2005. Resource availability modifies the strength of trait-mediated predator-prey interactions. Ecology 86:2771-2779.
pdf_symbol-6-28 Preisser, E., D. I. Bolnick, and M. F. Benard. 2005. Scared to death? behavioral effects dominate predator-prey interactions. Ecology. 86: 501-509.