Tom E.X. Miller
Tom E.X. Miller
Rice University, Department of BioSciences
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Thinking inside the box: community-level consequences of stage-structured populations
TEX Miller, VHW Rudolf
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (9), 457-466, 2011
Rapid evolution of dispersal ability makes biological invasions faster and more variable
BM Ochocki, TEX Miller
Nature communications 8 (1), 14315, 2017
Does having multiple partners weaken the benefits of facultative mutualism? A test with cacti and cactus‐tending ants
TEX Miller
Oikos 116 (3), 500-512, 2007
Impacts of insect herbivory on cactus population dynamics: experimental demography across an environmental gradient
TEX Miller, SM Louda, KA Rose, JO Eckberg
Ecological Monographs 79 (1), 155-172, 2009
Eco‐evolutionary dynamics of range expansion
TEX Miller, AL Angert, CD Brown, JA Lee‐Yaw, M Lewis, F Lutscher, ...
Ecology 101 (10), e03139, 2020
Sex-specific responses to climate change in plants alter population sex ratio and performance
WK Petry, JD Soule, AM Iler, A Chicas-Mosier, DW Inouye, TEX Miller, ...
Science 353 (6294), 69-71, 2016
Avoiding unintentional eviction from integral projection models
JL Williams, TEX Miller, SP Ellner
Ecology 93 (9), 2008-2014, 2012
Sex-biased dispersal and the speed of two-sex invasions
TEX Miller, AK Shaw, BD Inouye, MG Neubert
The American Naturalist 177 (5), 549-561, 2011
Sex-specific early survival drives adult sex ratio bias in snowy plovers and impacts mating system and population growth
LJ Eberhart-Phillips, C Küpper, TEX Miller, M Cruz-López, KH Maher, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (27), E5474-E5481, 2017
Sex and stochasticity affect range expansion of experimental invasions
TEX Miller, BD Inouye
Ecology Letters 16 (3), 354-361, 2013
Demographic causes of adult sex ratio variation and their consequences for parental cooperation
LJ Eberhart-Phillips, C Küpper, MC Carmona-Isunza, O Vincze, S Zefania, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 1651, 2018
Density dependence in demography and dispersal generates fluctuating invasion speeds
LL Sullivan, B Li, TEX Miller, MG Neubert, AK Shaw
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (19), 5053-5058, 2017
Relative contributions of neutral and niche-based processes to the structure of a desert grassland grasshopper community
AJ Rominger, TEX Miller, SL Collins
Oecologia 161, 791-800, 2009
How evolution modifies the variability of range expansion
JL Williams, RA Hufbauer, TEX Miller
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34 (10), 903-913, 2019
Reproductive losses due to climate change‐induced earlier flowering are not the primary threat to plant population viability in a perennial herb
AM Iler, A Compagnoni, DW Inouye, JL Williams, PJ CaraDonna, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1931-1943, 2019
Genetic mixture of multiple source populations accelerates invasive range expansion
NK Wagner, BM Ochocki, KM Crawford, A Compagnoni, TEX Miller
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1), 21-34, 2017
Confronting two‐sex demographic models with data
TEX Miller, BD Inouye
Ecology 92 (11), 2141-2151, 2011
There are many ways to be a mutualist: endophytic fungus reduces plant survival but increases population growth
JA Rudgers, TEX Miller, SM Ziegler, KD Craven
Ecology 93 (3), 565-574, 2012
Life history evolution under climate change and its influence on the population dynamics of a long‐lived plant
JL Williams, H Jacquemyn, BM Ochocki, R Brys, TEX Miller
Journal of Ecology 103 (4), 798-808, 2015
Quantifying demographic uncertainty: Bayesian methods for integral projection models
BD Elderd, TEX Miller
Ecological Monographs 86 (1), 125-144, 2016
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