Jason P. Sexton
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Evolution and ecology of species range limits
JP Sexton, PJ McIntyre, AL Angert, KJ Rice
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 40, 2009
13692009
Genetic isolation by environment or distance: which pattern of gene flow is most common?
JP Sexton, SB Hangartner, AA Hoffmann
Evolution 68 (1), 1-15, 2014
4322014
Niche breadth predicts geographical range size: a general ecological pattern
R Slatyer, M Hirst, J Sexton
Ecology Letters, 2013
4232013
Plasticity and genetic diversity may allow saltcedar to invade cold climates in North America
JP Sexton, JK McKay, A Sala
Ecological Applications 12 (6), 1652-1660, 2002
3032002
Controlling invasive species in complex social landscapes
RS Epanchin-Niell, MB Hufford, CE Aslan, JP Sexton, JD Port, TM Waring
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (4), 210-216, 2010
1652010
Gene flow increases fitness at the warm edge of a species’ range
JP Sexton, SY Strauss, KJ Rice
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (28), 11704-11709, 2011
1552011
Evolution of ecological niche breadth
JP Sexton, J Montiel, JE Shay, MR Stephens, RA Slatyer
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 48, 2017
1042017
Niche and range size patterns suggest that speciation begins in small, ecologically diverged populations in North American monkeyflowers (Mimulus spp.)
DL Grossenbacher, SD Veloz, JP Sexton
Evolution 68 (5), 1270-1280, 2014
652014
Practical challenges in private stewardship of rangeland ecosystems: yellow starthistle control in Sierra Nevadan foothills
CE Aslan, MB Hufford, RS Epanchin-Niell, JD Port, JP Sexton, TM Waring
Rangeland Ecology & Management 62 (1), 28-37, 2009
412009
Niche partitioning between close relatives suggests trade-offs between adaptation to local environments and competition
M Peterson, K Rice, J Sexton
Ecology and Evolution, 2013
352013
Speciation on a local geographic scale: the evolution of a rare rock outcrop specialist in Mimulus
KG Ferris, JP Sexton, JH Willis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
302014
Occurrence, persistence, and expansion of saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) populations in the Great Plains of Montana
JP Sexton, A Sala, K Murray
Western North American Naturalist 66 (1), 1-11, 2006
252006
Climate structures genetic variation across a species' elevation range: a test of range limits hypotheses
J Sexton, M Hufford, A Bateman, D Lowry, H Meimberg, S Strauss, K Rice
Molecular Ecology, 2016
232016
Agricultural invaders, pests, and disease in California’s changing climate
M Bower, J Sexton, V Carne-Cavagnaro
Climate change: Challenges and solutions for California agricultural landscapes, 2006
22*2006
The case for the continued use of the genus name Mimulus for all monkeyflowers
DB Lowry, JM Sobel, AL Angert, TL Ashman, RL Baker, BK Blackman, ...
Taxon, 2019
172019
What can local and geographic population limits tell us about distributions?
J Sexton, E Dickman
American Journal of Botany, 2016
162016
Extensive variation, but not local adaptation in an Australian alpine daisy
M Hirst, J Sexton, A Hoffmann
Ecology and Evolution, 2016
132016
Invasive potential of Tamarix ramosissima (saltcedar) in continental climates of North America
JP Sexton
The University of Montana, 2000
112000
Evidence for adaptive responses to historic drought across a native plant species range
E Dickman, L Pennington, S Franks, J Sexton
Evolutionary Applications, 2019
102019
Incorporating sociocultural adaptive capacity in conservation hotspot assessments
JP Sexton, MW Schwartz, B Winterhalder
Diversity and Distributions 16 (3), 439-450, 2010
92010
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