TinyPlant

Spatial Ecology and Open Source Science

Ian Breckheimer, PhD Candidate, University of Washington.

Forthcoming Publications

  • Breckheimer, I., E. J. Theobald, A. K. Wilson, J. HilleRisLambers. Climate drives fragmentation of subalpine ecosystems via phenological mismatch. In preparation.
  • Breckheimer, I., A. Ettinger, K. Ford, E.Theobald, J. Lundquist, J. HilleRisLambers.Climatically sheltered plant communities are no less vulnerable to species turnover under climate change. In preparation, draft manuscript available on request.
  • Breckheimer, I., E. Theobald, N. Cristea, A. Wilson, J. Lundquist, R. Rochefort, J. HilleRisLambers.Crowd-sourced data reveals climate-driven phenological mismatch between social and ecological systems. In preparation, draft manuscript available on request.
  • Theobald*, E., I. Breckheimer*, J. HilleRisLambers. Climate-induced phenological reassembly of a flowering community. In Review, American Naturalist(*indicates co-lead authors)
  • A. Leche, I. Breckheimer, J. Grummer. Evidence for concerted movement of nuclear and mitochondrial clines in a lizard hybrid zone. In revision, Molecular Ecology
  • Wilson, A., K. Bacher, I. Breckheimer, J. Lundquist, R. Rochefort, E. Theobald, L. Whiteaker,J. HilleRisLambers. Monitoring wildflower phenology using traditional science, citizen science,and crowd sourcing. In press, Park Science

Current Publications

  • Ford, K. R., I. Breckheimer, J. F. Franklin, J.A. Freund, S.J. Kroiss, A.J. Larson, J. HilleRisLambers.2016. Competition alters tree growth responses to climate at individual and stand scales. Canadian Journal of Forest Research DOI: 10.1139/cjfr-2016-0188
  • HilleRisLambers, J. L.D.L. Anderegg, I. Breckheimer, K.M. Burns, A.K. Ettinger, J.F. Franklin, J.A. Freund, K.R. Ford, S.J. Kroiss. 2016. Implications of Climate change for Turnover in Forest Composition. Northwest Science 89 no. 3, 201 - 218. pdf
  • Krosby, M., I. Breckheimer, D. John Pierce, B.L. Cosentino, J. Schuett-Hames, P.H. Singleton, S.A. Hall, K.C. Halupka, W.L. Gaines, R.A. Long, B.H. McRae. 2015. Focal speciesand landscape “naturalness” corridor models offer complementary approaches for connectivity conservation planning. Landscape Ecology 30 no. 10, 2121-2132. pdf
  • Breckheimer, I, N. Haddad, W. Morris, A. Trainor, W. Fields, R.T. Jobe, B. Hudgens, A. Moody, J. Walters. 2014. Defining and evaluating the umbrella species concept for conserving and restoring landscape connectivity. Conservation Biology 28 no. 6, 1584-1593. pdf
  • Miller, BW, I. Breckheimer, A.L. McCleary, L. Guzmán-Ramirez, S.C. Caplow, J.C. Jones-Smith, and S.J. Walsh. 2010. Using stylized agent-based models for population–environment research: a case study from the Galápagos Islands. Population and Environment 31, no. 6, pp 401-426. pdf