Adam C Algar
Adam C Algar
Associate Professor in Ecology, University of Nottingham
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TitleCited byYear
Predicting the future of species diversity: macroecological theory, climate change, and direct tests of alternative forecasting methods
AC Algar, HM Kharouba, ER Young, JT Kerr
Ecography 32 (1), 22-33, 2009
1592009
Historically calibrated predictions of butterfly species' range shift using global change as a pseudo-experiment
HM Kharouba, AC Algar, JT Kerr
Ecology 90 (8), 2213-2222, 2009
1242009
Evolutionary stasis and lability in thermal physiology in a group of tropical lizards
MM Munoz, MA Stimola, AC Algar, A Conover, AJ Rodriguez, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1778), 20132433, 2014
932014
A test of metabolic theory as the mechanism underlying broad‐scale species‐richness gradients
AC Algar, JT Kerr, DJ Currie
Global Ecology and Biogeography 16 (2), 170-178, 2007
852007
Evolutionary constraints on regional faunas: whom, but not how many
AC Algar, JT Kerr, DJ Currie
Ecology Letters 12 (1), 57-65, 2008
782008
Quantifying the importance of regional and local filters for community trait structure in tropical and temperate zones
AC Algar, JT Kerr, DJ Currie
Ecology 92 (4), 903-914, 2011
572011
GlobTherm, a global database on thermal tolerances for aquatic and terrestrial organisms
JM Bennett, P Calosi, S Clusella-Trullas, B Martínez, J Sunday, AC Algar, ...
Scientific data 5, 180022, 2018
342018
The island–mainland species turnover relationship
YE Stuart, JB Losos, AC Algar
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1744), 4071-4077, 2012
342012
Niche incumbency, dispersal limitation and climate shape geographical distributions in a species‐rich island adaptive radiation
AC Algar, DL Mahler, RE Glor, JB Losos
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2012
342012
High rates of forest loss and turnover obscured by classical landscape measures
A Altamirano, P Aplin, A Miranda, L Cayuela, AC Algar, R Field
Applied Geography 40, 199-211, 2013
312013
Reconciling topographic and climatic effects on widespread and range‐restricted species richness
ND Szabo, AC Algar, JT Kerr
Global Ecology and Biogeography 18 (6), 735-744, 2009
272009
Evolutionary assembly of island faunas reverses the classic island–mainland richness difference in Anolis lizards
AC Algar, JB Losos
Journal of Biogeography 38 (6), 1125-1137, 2011
222011
Area, climate heterogeneity, and the response of climate niches to ecological opportunity in island radiations of Anolis lizards
AC Algar, DL Mahler
Global ecology and biogeography 25 (7), 781-791, 2016
202016
Climatic niche attributes and diversification in Anolis lizards
JA Velasco, E Martínez‐Meyer, O Flores‐Villela, A García, AC Algar, ...
Journal of biogeography 43 (1), 134-144, 2016
202016
Untangling Intra- and Interspecific Effects on Body Size Clines Reveals Divergent Processes Structuring Convergent Patterns in Anolis Lizards
MM Muñoz, JE Wegener, AC Algar
The American Naturalist 184 (5), 636-646, 2014
202014
An horizon scan of biogeography
MN Dawson, AC Algar, A Antonelli, LM Dávalos, E Davis, R Early, ...
Frontiers of biogeography 5 (2), 2013
192013
Integrating theory and predictive modeling for conservation research
JT Kerr, M Kulkarni, A Algar
Predictive Species and Habitat Modeling in Landscape Ecology, 9-28, 2011
102011
Papua New Guinea terrestrial‐vertebrate richness: elevation matters most for all except reptiles
O Tallowin, A Allison, AC Algar, F Kraus, S Meiri
Journal of biogeography 44 (8), 1734-1744, 2017
92017
Climatic and evolutionary factors shaping geographical gradients of species richness in Anolis lizards
JA Velasco, F Villalobos, JAF Diniz-Filho, AC Algar, O Flores-Villela, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123 (3), 615-627, 2018
42018
Niches, null models, and forest birds: Testing competing community assembly hypotheses in disturbed and undisturbed hardwood forest
AC Algar, DJH Sleep, TD Nudds
Ecoscience 12 (4), 574-581, 2005
42005
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