Range shifts and local adaptation: integrating data and theory towards a new understanding of species' distributions in the Anthropocene
Julie A Lee-Yaw, Rafael D Zenni, Kathryn A Hodgins, Brendon MH Larson, Roger Cousens, Bruce L Webber
New Phytologist | WILEY | Published : 2019
Funding support for the workshop was provided by the New Phytologist Trust and an award to Roger Cousens by The University of Melbourne. The workshop was chaired by Bruce Webber (CSIRO, Australia), organized by Roger Cousens, Kay Hodgins (Monash University, Australia), Brendon Larson (University of Waterloo, Canada) and Ingolf Kuhn (Martin-Luther University, Germany) and involved the following participants: Adam Davis, Amy Angert, Anna Hargreaves, Bruce Maxwell, Cascade Sorte, Dan Atwater, Dave Richardson, Emily Moberg, Erin Cameron, Franck Courchamp, Gretta Pecl, Jake Alexander, Julie Lee-Yaw, Justin Travis, Kate Ostevik, Katrina Dlugosch, Kim Gilbert, Mariana Chiuffo, Marissa Baskett, Mark Kirkpatrick, Martin A. Nunez, Mike Whitlock, Morgan Tingley, Phil Hulme, Rafael D. Zenni, Rob Colautti, Roger Cousens, Spencer Barrett, Swati Patel and Trisha Spanbauer. Michael Williams served as workshop facilitator and was instrumental to the planning and execution of the meeting. His keen ability to keep the meeting on track and to ensure that everyone got a voice during each session was very much appreciated. The authors thank Mariana Chiuffo and Martin A. Nunez for local logistics and the Hotel Tronador for their superb hospitality.