FRONHOFER Emanuel Alexis

  • Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution (ISEM, UMR 5554), CNRS, Montpellier, France
  • Biological invasions, Community ecology, Competition, Dispersal & Migration, Evolutionary ecology, Experimental ecology, Food webs, Foraging, Landscape ecology, Life history, Population ecology, Preregistrations, Spatial ecology, Metacommunities & Metapopulations, Species distributions, Theoretical ecology
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Do the more flexible individuals rely more on causal cognition? Observation versus intervention in causal inference in great-tailed grackles
Aaron Blaisdell, Zoe Johnson-Ulrich, Luisa Bergeron, Carolyn Rowney, Benjamin Seitz, Kelsey McCune, Corina Logan

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From cognition to range dynamics: advancing our understanding of macroecological patterns

Understanding the distribution of species on earth is one of the fundamental challenges in ecology and evolution. For a long time, this challenge has mainly been addressed from a correlative point of view with a focus on abiotic factors determining a species abiotic niche (classical bioenvelope models; [1]). It is only recently that researchers have realized that behaviour and especially plasticity in behaviour may play a central role in determining species ranges and their dynamics [e.g., 2-5]....


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