Lisa G. Crozier
Lisa G. Crozier
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
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Improving the forecast for biodiversity under climate change
MC Urban, G Bocedi, AP Hendry, JB Mihoub, G Pe’Er, A Singer, JR Bridle, ...
Science 353 (6304), aad8466, 2016
Potential responses to climate change in organisms with complex life histories: evolution and plasticity in Pacific salmon
LG Crozier, AP Hendry, PW Lawson, TP Quinn, NJ Mantua, J Battin, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (2), 252-270, 2008
Do species’ traits predict recent shifts at expanding range edges?
AL Angert, LG Crozier, LJ Rissler, SE Gilman, JJ Tewksbury, AJ Chunco
Ecology letters 14 (7), 677-689, 2011
Can mechanism inform species’ distribution models?
LB Buckley, MC Urban, MJ Angilletta, LG Crozier, LJ Rissler, MW Sears
Ecology letters 13 (8), 1041-1054, 2010
Climate change effects on biodiversity, ecosystems, ecosystem services, and natural resource management in the United States
SR Weiskopf, MA Rubenstein, LG Crozier, S Gaichas, R Griffis, ...
Science of the Total Environment 733, 137782, 2020
Plastic and evolutionary responses to climate change in fish
LG Crozier, JA Hutchings
Evolutionary applications 7 (1), 68-87, 2014
Using time series analysis to characterize evolutionary and plastic responses to environmental change: a case study of a shift toward earlier migration date in sockeye salmon
LG Crozier, MD Scheuerell, RW Zabel
The American Naturalist 178 (6), 755-773, 2011
Climate vulnerability assessment for Pacific salmon and steelhead in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
LG Crozier, MM McClure, T Beechie, SJ Bograd, DA Boughton, M Carr, ...
PloS one 14 (7), e0217711, 2019
Warmer winters drive butterfly range expansion by increasing survivorship
L Crozier
Ecology 85 (1), 231-241, 2004
Climate impacts at multiple scales: evidence for differential population responses in juvenile Chinook salmon
L Crozier, RW Zabel
Journal of Animal Ecology, 1100-1109, 2006
Predicting differential effects of climate change at the population level with life‐cycle models of spring Chinook salmon
LG Crozier, RW Zabel, AF Hamlet
Global Change Biology 14 (2), 236-249, 2008
Combining population-dynamic and ecophysiological models to predict climate-induced insect range shifts
L Crozier, G Dwyer
The American Naturalist 167 (6), 853-866, 2006
Winter warming facilitates range expansion: cold tolerance of the butterfly Atalopedes campestris
L Crozier
Oecologia 135, 648-656, 2003
Interacting effects of density and temperature on body size in multiple populations of Chinook salmon
LG Crozier, RW Zabel, EE Hockersmith, S Achord
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (2), 342-349, 2010
Plants Versus Animals: Do They Deal with Stress in Different Ways?1
RB Huey, M Carlson, L Crozier, M Frazier, H Hamilton, C Harley, A Hoang, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (3), 415-423, 2002
Climate change threatens Chinook salmon throughout their life cycle
LG Crozier, BJ Burke, BE Chasco, DL Widener, RW Zabel
Communications biology 4 (1), 222, 2021
Big dams and salmon evolution: changes in thermal regimes and their potential evolutionary consequences
MJ Angilletta Jr, E Ashley Steel, KK Bartz, JG Kingsolver, MD Scheuerell, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (2), 286-299, 2008
Incorporating climate science in applications of the US Endangered Species Act for aquatic species
MM Mcclure, M Alexander, D Borggaard, D Boughton, L Crozier, R Griffis, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (6), 1222-1233, 2013
Field transplants reveal summer constraints on a butterfly range expansion
LG Crozier
Oecologia 141, 148-157, 2004
Snake River sockeye and Chinook salmon in a changing climate: Implications for upstream migration survival during recent extreme and future climates
LG Crozier, JE Siegel, LE Wiesebron, EM Trujillo, BJ Burke, BP Sandford, ...
PLoS One 15 (9), e0238886, 2020
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