Michael R. Kearney
Michael R. Kearney
Professor in the School of BioSciences, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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The art of modelling range‐shifting species
J Elith, M Kearney, S Phillips
Methods in ecology and evolution 1 (4), 330-342, 2010
16862010
Mechanistic niche modelling: combining physiological and spatial data to predict species’ ranges
M Kearney, W Porter
Ecology letters 12 (4), 334-350, 2009
16582009
Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions
A Guisan, R Tingley, JB Baumgartner, I Naujokaitis‐Lewis, PR Sutcliffe, ...
Ecology letters 16 (12), 1424-1435, 2013
10322013
Predicting organismal vulnerability to climate warming: roles of behaviour, physiology and adaptation
RB Huey, MR Kearney, A Krockenberger, JAM Holtum, M Jess, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
8402012
The potential for behavioral thermoregulation to buffer “cold-blooded” animals against climate warming
M Kearney, R Shine, WP Porter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (10), 3835-3840, 2009
8112009
Declining body size: a third universal response to warming?
JL Gardner, A Peters, MR Kearney, L Joseph, R Heinsohn
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (6), 285-291, 2011
6742011
Thermal-safety margins and the necessity of thermoregulatory behavior across latitude and elevation
JM Sunday, AE Bates, MR Kearney, RK Colwell, NK Dulvy, JT Longino, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (15), 5610-5615, 2014
5832014
Birth of a biome: insights into the assembly and maintenance of the Australian arid zone biota
M Byrne, DK Yeates, L Joseph, M Kearney, J Bowler, MAJ Williams, ...
Molecular Ecology 17 (20), 4398, 2008
5582008
Mapping the fundamental niche: physiology, climate, and the distribution of a nocturnal lizard
M Kearney, WP Porter
Ecology 85 (11), 3119-3131, 2004
5102004
Habitat, environment and niche: what are we modelling?
M Kearney
Oikos 115 (1), 186-191, 2006
4972006
Correlation and process in species distribution models: bridging a dichotomy
CF Dormann, SJ Schymanski, J Cabral, I Chuine, C Graham, F Hartig, ...
Journal of Biogeography 39 (12), 2119-2131, 2012
4922012
A rapid shift in a classic clinal pattern in Drosophila reflecting climate change
PA Umina, AR Weeks, MR Kearney, SW McKechnie, AA Hoffmann
Science 308 (5722), 691-693, 2005
3892005
Correlative and mechanistic models of species distribution provide congruent forecasts under climate change
MR Kearney, BA Wintle, WP Porter
Conservation letters 3 (3), 203-213, 2010
3702010
Integrating biophysical models and evolutionary theory to predict climatic impacts on species’ ranges: the dengue mosquito Aedes aegypti in Australia
M Kearney, WP Porter, C Williams, S Ritchie, AA Hoffmann
Functional Ecology 23 (3), 528-538, 2009
3612009
Modelling species distributions without using species distributions: the cane toad in Australia under current and future climates
M Kearney, BL Phillips, CR Tracy, KA Christian, G Betts, WP Porter
Ecography 31 (4), 423-434, 2008
3332008
Hybridization, glaciation and geographical parthenogenesis
M Kearney
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (9), 495-502, 2005
2722005
Modelling the ecological niche from functional traits
M Kearney, SJ Simpson, D Raubenheimer, B Helmuth
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
2642010
Size, shape, and the thermal niche of endotherms
WP Porter, M Kearney
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (Supplement 2), 19666-19672, 2009
1922009
Predicting the fate of a living fossil: how will global warming affect sex determination and hatching phenology in tuatara?
NJ Mitchell, MR Kearney, NJ Nelson, WP Porter
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1648), 2185-2193, 2008
1882008
Realized niche shift during a global biological invasion
R Tingley, M Vallinoto, F Sequeira, MR Kearney
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10233-10238, 2014
1872014
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