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Selection and Evolution of Performance in Nature

Organized by
Joel Kingsolver (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and
Ray Huey (University of Washington, Seattle)



Participants and titles:

Steve Arnold: Performance Landscapes and Fitness Landscapes
Department of Zoology
3029 Cordley Hall
Oregon State University 97331-2914
phone: 541 737-4362
email: arnolds@bcc.orst.edu
website: http://www.onid.orst.edu/~arnoldst/


Martin Wikelski: Morphology, performance and fitness in Galapagos marine iguanas
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University
Princeton NJ 08544
609-258-6133
wikelski@princeton.edu
http://www.princeton.edu/~wikelski/


Ray Huey: Mutation acumulation, performance and fitness
Department of Zoology, NJ-15
University of Washington
Seattle WA 98195
206-543-1505
rbhuey@u.washington.edu
http://faculty.washington.edu/hueyrb/index.html


Duncan Irschick: Studying locomotory performance in nature: Implications for fitness variation within populations
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
310 Dinwiddie Hall
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118
Office Phone: 504-862-8295
E-mail: irschick@tulane.edu
http://www.tulane.edu/~irschick/


Butch Brodie: Reciprocal selection at the phenotypic interface of coevolution
Department of Biology
Indiana University
Bloomington IN 47405
812 856 4572
edb3@bio.indiana.edu
http://sunflower.bio.indiana.edu/~bbrodie


Barry Sinervo: Ontogenetic conflict between the sexes and selection on life history and performance traits
Department of Ecology and Evolution
Earth and Marine Sciences
University of California
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
831-459-3425
sinervo@biology.ucsc.edu


Bob Podolsky: Integrating environment and development to model reproductive performance in natural populations
Biology, Coker Hall, CB#3280
University of North Carolina
919-962-9247
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
podolsky@unc.edu
www.bio.unc.edu/faculty/podolsky/


Cameron Ghalambor: Multi-trait selection, adaptation, and constraints on the evolution of performance: An empirical example using Trinidadian guppies
Department of Biology
University of California
Riverside CA 92521
Phone: 909-787-4754 (office)
camerong@citrus.ucr.edu


Annie Schmitt: Adaptive evolution of light responses in natural plant populations
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Brown University
Providence RI 02912
(401) 863-3435
Johanna_Schmitt@brown.edu
http://www.brown.edu/Departments/EEB/faculty/Schmitt.html


Carol Lee: Selection and physiological evolution during biological invasions
Department of Zoology
University of Wisconsin, Madison
430 Lincoln Drive
Birge 426
Madison WI 53706
Phone: 608-262-2675
E-mail: carollee@facstaff.wisc.edu



Joel Kingsolver: Environmental variation and selection on performance curves
Department of Biology, CB-3280
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill NC 27599-3280
919 843-6291 (phone)
jgking@bio.unc.edu
http://www.bio.unc.edu/faculty/kingsolver/


Proposed schedule


850-900 Joel Kingsolver: Introduction to the symposium

900-930 Steve Arnold: Performance Landscapes and Fitness Landscapes

930-1000 Martin Wikelski: Morphology, performance and fitness in Galapagos marine iguanas

1000-1030 break


1020-1050 Ray Huey: Mutation accumulation, performance and fitness

1050-1120 Duncan Irschick: Studying locomotory performance in nature: Implications for fitness variation within populations

1120-1150 Butch Brodie: Reciprocal selection at the phenotypic interface of coevolution

1150-100p lunch


100-130 Barry Sinervo: Ontogenetic conflict between the sexes and selection on life history and performance traits

130-200 Bob Podolsky: Integrating environment and development to model reproductive performance in natural populations

200-230 Cameron Ghalambor: Multi-trait selection, adaptation, and constraints on the evolution of performance: An empirical example using Trinidadian guppies

230-300p break


300-330 Annie Schmitt: Adaptive evolution of light responses in natural plant populations

330-400 Carol Lee: Selection and physiological evolution during biological invasions

400-430 Joel Kingsolver: Environmental variation and selection on performance curves