Buckley LB and Nufio CR. Elevational clines in the temperature dependence of insect performance and implications for ecological responses to climate change. Conservation Physiology.
O’Connor M, Holding J, Kappel C, Duarte CM, Brander K, Brown C, Bruno J, Buckley L, Burrows M, Halpern B, Kiessling W, Moore P, Pandolfi J, Parmesan C, Poloczanska E, Schoeman D, Sydeman W, and Richardson A. Strengthening confidence in climate impacts science. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
(equal contribution:*; graduate student:**; undergraduate student:^)
Hannah L, Flint L, Syphard A, Moritz MA, Buckley LB, and McCullough IM. 2014. Fine-grain Modeling of Species Response to Climate Change: Microrefugia, Holdouts and Stepping Stones. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29: 390-397.
Higgins JK**, MacLean HJ**, Buckley LB, Kingsolver JG. 2014. Geographic differences and microevolutionary changes in thermal sensitivity of butterfly larvae in response to climate. Functional Ecology 28: 982-989. link. summary.
Buckley LB. 2014. Species Responses to Climate Change. In Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199830060-0080. link
Burrows MT, Schoeman DS, Richardson AJ, Molinos JG, Hoffmann A, Buckley LB, Moore PJ, et al. 2014. Geographical limits to species-range shifts are suggested by climate velocity. Nature 507:492-495. link.
Buckley LB, Nufio C, Kingsolver JG. 2014. Phenotypic clines, energy balances, and ecological responses to climate change. Journal of Animal Ecology 83:41-50. [Invited for a special issue on Metabolic Ecology] link. pdf.
Heffernan JB, Soranno PA, Angilletta MJ, Buckley LB, et al. 2014. Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological patterns and processes at continental scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 5-14. [Special issue on macrosystems ecology] link.
Levy O, Ball BA, et al. 2014. Approaches to advance scientific understanding of macrosystems ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 15-23. [Special issue on macrosystems ecology] link.
Buckley LB. 2013. Get real: putting models of climate change and species interactions in practice. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1297:126-138. [Part of a series from a workshop on climate change and species interactions.] link. pdf.
Buckley LB, Miller EF^, Kingsolver JG. 2013. Ectotherm thermal stress and specialization across altitude and latitude. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53(4):571-581. [Part of a symposium on Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors] link. pdf.
Ibanez I, Gornish E, Buckley L, Debinski D, Hellmann J, Helmuth Brian, Hille Ris Lambers J, Latimer A, Miller-Rushing A, and Uriarte M. 2013. Moving forward in global-change ecology: capitalizing on natural variability. Ecology and Evolution 3:170-181. link.
Buckley LB and Kingsolver JG. 2012. Functional and phylogenetic approaches to forecasting the ecological impacts of climate change. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 43:205-226. link. pdf.
Buckley LB and Kingsolver JG. 2012. The demographic impacts of shifts in climate means and extremes on alpine butterflies. Functional Ecology 26:969-977. link. pdf. See also thespotlight summary. [Part of an Ecophysiological Forecasting Virtual Issue.]
Hawkins BA, McCain CM, Davies TJ, Buckley LB, Anacker BL, Cornell HV, Damschen EI, Grytnes JA, Harrison SP, Holt RD, Kraft NJB, and Stephens PR. 2012. Different evolutionary histories underlie congruent species richness gradients of birds and mammals. Journal of Biogeography 39:825-841. link.
Richardson, AJ, CJ Brown, WJ Sydeman, W Kiessling, PJ Moore, K Brander, JF Bruno, LB Buckley, MT Burrows, CM Duarte, BS Halpern, O Hoegh-Guldberg, J Holding, CV Kappel, MI O’Connor, JM Pandolfi, C Parmesan, DS Schoeman, F Schwing, ES Poloczanska. 2012. Meeting Report: Climate Change and Marine Life. Biology Letters 8:907-909.link. pdf.
Buckley LB, Waaser SA^, MacLean HJ**, and Fox R. 2011. Does including physiology improve species distribution model predictions of responses to recent climate change? Ecology 92:2214–2221. link.
Burrows MT, Schoeman DS, Buckley LB, Moore P, Poloczanska ES, Brander KM, Brown CJ, Bruno JF, Duarte CM, Halpern BS, Holding J, Kappel CV, Kiessling W, O’Connor MI, Pandolfi JM, Parmesan C, Schwing FB, Sydeman WJ, and Richardson AJ. 2011. The Pace of Shifting Climate in Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Science 334: 52-655. link. pdf.
Brown CJ, Schoeman DS, Sydeman W, Brander K, Buckley L, Burrows M, Duarte CM, Moore PJ, Pandolfi JM, Poloczanska E, Venables W, and Richardson AJ. 2011. Quantitative approaches in climate change ecology. Global Change Biology 17:3697-3713. link. pdf.
Davies TJ and Buckley LB. 2011. Phylogenetic diversity as a window into the evolutionary and biogeographic histories of present-day richness gradients for mammals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366: 2414-2425. link. pdf.
Davies TJ, Buckley LB, Grenyer R, and Gittleman JL. 2011. The influence of past and present climate on the biogeography of modern mammal diversity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366:2526-2535. link. pdf.
Buckley LB*,, Davies TJ*, Ackerly DD, Kraft NJB, Harrison SP, Anacker BL, Cornell HV, Damschen EI, Grytnes J, Hawkins BA, McCain CM, Stephens PR, and Wiens JJ. 2010. Phylogeny, niche conservatism, and the latitudinal diversity gradient in mammals. Proceedings Royal Society B 277:2131-2138. link. pdf.
Wiens JJ, Ackerly DD, Allen AP, Anacker BL, Buckley LB, Cornell HV, Damschen EI, Davies TJ, Grytnes JA, Harrison SP, Hawkins BA, Holt RD, McCain CM and Stephens PR. Niche conservatism as an emerging principle in ecology and conservation biology. Ecology Letters 13:1310-1324. link. pdf.
Buckley L.B. and Jetz W. 2008. Linking global turnover of species and environments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 105:17836-17841. pdf.
Buckley L.B., Rodda G.H., and Jetz W. 2008. Thermal and energetic constraints on ectotherm abundance: a global test using lizards. Ecology 89:48-55. pdf.
Buckley L.B. 2008. Linking traits to energetics and population dynamics to predict lizard ranges in changing environments. American Naturalist 171: E1-E19. pdf.
Buckley L.B. and Jetz W. 2007. Insularity and the determinants of lizard population density. Ecology Letters 10: 481-48. pdf.
Buckley L.B. and Jetz W. 2007. Environmental and historical constraints on global patterns of amphibian richness. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274: 1167-1173. pdf.
Buckley L. B. and Roughgarden J. 2006. Climate, competition, and the coexistence of island lizards. Functional Ecology 20: 315-322. pdf.
Buckley L. B. and Roughgarden J. 2006. A hump-shaped density-island area relationship for island lizards. Oikos 113: 243-250. pdf.
Buckley L. B. and Roughgarden J. 2005. Effects of species interactions on landscape abundance patterns. Journal of Animal Ecology 74:1182-1194. pdf. (JAE highlighted article)
Buckley L. B. and Roughgarden J. 2005. Lizard habitat partitioning on islands: the interaction of local and landscape scales. Journal of Biogeography 32: 2113-2121. pdf. (cover article)
Buckley L. B. and Roughgarden J. 2004. Biodiversity conservation: effects of changes in climate and land use. Nature 430: 1 (doi: 10.1038/nature02717). pdf.
Buckley L. B.. 2012. Ecological forecasting. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability 5.