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Elizabeth Wolkovich

Associate Professor
(Tier 2) Canada Research Chair in Temporal Ecology

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Selected Publications

Selected Publications

Ignacio Morales-Castilla*, Iñaki García de Cortázar-Atauri, Benjamin I Cook, Thierry Lacombe, Amber Parker, Cornelis van Leeuwen, Kimberly A Nicholas, Elizabeth M Wolkovich *Lab member -- paper led by my lab (2020). Diversity buffers winegrowing regions from climate change losses Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2864-2869
CJ Chamberlain*, BI Cook, I García de Cortázar-Atauri, EM Wolkovich *Student in my lab (2019). Rethinking false spring risk Global Change Biology 2209-2220
Simon Joly, Dan FB Flynn*, Elizabeth M Wolkovich *Postdoc in lab (2019). On the importance of accounting for intraspecific genomic relatedness in multi‐species studies Methods in Ecology & Evolution 994-1001
T Jonathan Davies, James Regetz, Elizabeth M Wolkovich, Brian J McGill (2019). Phylogenetically weighted regression: A method for modelling non‐stationarity on evolutionary trees Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (2)
EM Wolkovich & I. Morales-Castilla* (2019). Why variety diversity is critical to winegrowings warmer future Wine & Viticulture Journal Summer Issue
EM Wolkovich (2019). The future of spring Branchlines
AK Ettinger*, I Chuine, BI Cook, JS Dukes, AM Ellison, MR Johnston, AM Panetta, CR Rollinson, Y Vitasse, EM Wolkovich (senior author) (2019). How do climate change experiments alter plot‐scale climate? Ecology Letters 22 (4)
EM Wolkovich, I García de Cortázar-Atauri, I Morales-Castilla*, KA Nicholas, T Lacombe (2018). From Pinot to Xinomavro in the worlds future wine-growing regions Nature Climate Change 8 (1)
Heather M Kharouba, Johan Ehrlén, Andrew Gelman, Kjell Bolmgren, Jenica M Allen, Steve E Travers, Elizabeth M Wolkovich (senior author) (2018). Global shifts in the phenological synchrony of species interactions over recent decades Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (2)
DFB Flynn*, EM Wolkovich (2018). Temperature and photoperiod drive spring phenology across all species in a temperate forest community New Phytologist 219 (4)
AK Ettinger*, S Gee*, EM Wolkovich (senior author) (2018). Phenological sequences: how early‐season events define those that follow American Journal of Botany 105 (10)