Beatriz Diaz Pauli
Beatriz Diaz Pauli
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Fisheries-Induced Evolution
M Heino, B Diaz Pauli, U Dieckmann
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 46, 461–80, 2015
1922015
Behavioural responses to human‐induced change: Why fishing should not be ignored
B Diaz Pauli, A Sih
Evolutionary Applications 10 (3), 231-240, 2017
612017
Opposite selection on behavioural types by active and passive fishing gears in a simulated guppy Poecilia reticulata fishery
B Diaz Pauli, M Wiech, M Heino, AC Utne‐Palm
Journal of Fish Biology 86 (3), 1030-1045, 2015
612015
Strong inbreeding depression in male mating behaviour in a poeciliid fish
O ALA‐HONKOLA, A Uddström, B DIAZ PAULI, K Lindström
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (7), 1396-1406, 2009
472009
What can selection experiments teach us about fisheries-induced evolution?
B Diaz Pauli, M Heino
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 111 (3), 485-503, 2014
302014
The importance of social dimension and maturation stage for the probabilistic maturation reaction norm in Poecilia reticulata
B Diaz Pauli, M Heino
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (10), 2184-2196, 2013
182013
Effects of ambient oxygen and size-selective mortality on growth and maturation in guppies
B Diaz Pauli, J Kolding, G Jeyakanth, M Heino
Conservation Physiology 5 (1), cox010, 2017
142017
Selection for small body size favours contrasting sex-specific life histories, boldness and feeding in medaka, Oryzias latipes
BD Pauli, S Garric, C Evangelista, LA Vøllestad, E Edeline
BMC evolutionary biology 19 (1), 1-12, 2019
82019
Impacts of extreme weather events on transport infrastructure in Norway
R Frauenfelder, A Solheim, K Isaksen, B Romstad, AV Dyrrdal, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1-24, 2017
72017
Phenotypic and genetic changes in life history traits in experimental populations of guppies (Poecilia reticulata) that experienced size-selective fishing
BD Pauli, H Savolainen, AC Utne-Palm, DM Ellertsen
22014
Stoichiometric consequences of size-selective mortality: An experimental test using the Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)
C Evangelista, BD Pauli, LA Vøllestad, E Edeline
Science of the Total Environment 724, 138193, 2020
12020
Ecosystem consequences of multi-trait response to environmental changes in Japanese medaka, Oryzias latipes
B Diaz Pauli, E Edeline, C Evangelista
Conservation physiology 8 (1), coaa011, 2020
12020
Ecological and evolutionary effects of harvesting: lessons from the candy-fish experiment
B Diaz Pauli, M Heino
ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 70 (7), 1281-1286, 2013
12013
Trade-off between mate choice speed and decision accuracy under mating competition in female sand gobies
BD Pauli, K Lindström
Journal of Ethology, 1-10, 2020
2020
Fishing Can Turn Big Fish Into Small Fish
B Diaz Pauli, V Bartuseviciute, M Heino
Frontiers for Young Minds 8, e112, 2020
2020
Density-dependent consequences of size-selective induced life-history changes to population fitness in medaka (Oryzias latipes)
C Evangelista, LA Vøllestad, B Diaz Pauli, E Edeline
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77 (10), 1741-1748, 2020
2020
Water turbidity constrains male mating success in a marine fish
M Järvenpää, BD Pauli, K Lindström
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 73 (10), 1-7, 2019
2019
Size-dependent harvesting modifies the trophic niche of medaka Oryzias latipes in a mesocosm experiment
C Evangelista, J Dupeu, J Sandkjenn, BD Pauli, A Herland, J Meriguet, ...
The 2019 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, 2019
2019
Selection for small size affects the pace-of-life syndrome in medaka impacting the invertebrate community
B Diaz-Pauli, E Edeline, C Evangelista
The 2019 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, 2019
2019
Effects of ambient oxygen and size-selective mortality on maturation and growth in guppies
B Diaz Pauli, J Kolding, G Jeyakanth, MP Heino
Oxford University Press, 2017
2017
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