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Sebastian Schreiber

Professor
sschreiber@ucdavis.edu


Evolution and Ecology

Office
5348 Storer Hall$Davis, CA 95616
+1 530 754 9229



Degrees:

1995 Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley Mathematics
1989 B.S. Boston University Mathematics

Department and Center Affiliations:

Center of Population Biology

CBS Graduate Group Affiliations:

Population Biology  

Graduate Groups not Housed in CBS:

Graduate Group in Ecology  
Applied Mathematics  

Publications:

Last updated 4/22/2012
Schreiber, S.J. (2011), "Mathematical Dances with Wolves", Science. Vol 334, pp. 1214-1215
 

Schreiber, S.J., Bolnick, D. & Bürger, R. (2011), "The community effects of phenotypic and genetic variation within a predator population", Ecology. Vol 92, pp. 1582–1593
 

Bolnick, D., Amarasekare, P., Araújo, M.S., R. Bürger, J.L., Novak, M., Rudolf, V.H., Schreiber, S., Urban, M. & Vasseur, D. (2011), "Why intraspecific trait variation matters in community ecology", Trends in Ecology and Evolution. Vol. 26, pp. 185-194
 

Schreiber, S.J., Benaïm, M. & Atchadé, K.A.S. (2011), "Persistence in fluctuating environments", Journal of Mathematical Biology. Vol. 62, pp. 655-683
 

Schreiber, S.J. (2010), "Interactive effects of temporal correlations, spatial heterogeneity, and dispersal on population persistence", Proceedings of the Royal Society: Biological Sciences. Vol. 277, pp. 1907-1914
 

Schreiber, S.J. & *Saltzman, E. (2009), "Evolution of predator and prey movement into sink habitats", American Naturalist. Vol. 174, pp. 68-81.
 

Schreiber, S.J. & Lloyd-Smith, J.O. (2009), "Invasion dynamics in spatially heterogenous environments", American Naturalist. Vol. 174, pp. 490-505.
 

Altermatt, F., Schreiber, S. & Holyoak, M. (2011), "Interactive effects of disturbance and directionality of dispersal on species richness and composition in metacommunities", Ecology. Vol. 92, pp. 859-870
 


Courses:

EVE 101 Introduction to Ecology
PBG 200A Single-species Evolution and Ecology