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Shahmohamadloo, R.S., S.P. Bhavsar, X.O. Almirall, S.A.C. Marklevitz, S.M. Rudman, and P.K. Sibley. Lake Erie fish safe to eat yet afflicted by algal hepatotoxins BioRxiv

Shahmohamadloo, R.S., T. Frenken, S.M Rudman, P.V. West, B.W. Ibelings, and V.L. Trainer. 2023. Chapter 10: Diseases and Disorders in fish due to Harmful Algal Blooms.


Rudman, S.M.*, S.I Greenblum*, S. Rajpurohit*, N.J. Betancourt, J. Hanna, S. Tilk, T. Yokohama, D.A. Petrov, and P. Schmidt. 2022. Direct observation of adaptive tracking on ecological timescales in Drosophila. Science. 375, eabj7484 *Contributed equally – Press coverage from multiple outlets including TheScientist and ScienceDaily

Grainger, T.N., S.M. Rudman, P. Schmidt, and J.M. Levine. 2021. Competitive history shapes rapid evolution in a seasonal climate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 118: e2015772118.

Walters, A.W, M.K. Matthews, R. Hughes, T. Call, J. Malcolm, S.M. Rudman, P.D. Newell, A.E. Douglas, P. Schmidt, and J.M. Chaston. 2019. The microbiota influences the Drosophila melanogaster life history strategy. Molecular Ecology. 29: 639-653.

Rennison, D.J.*, S.M. Rudman*, and D.S. Schluter. 2019. Shifts in gut microbiome composition and function during local adaptation and ecological speciation. Proceedings of the Royal Society-B. 2019:1911.* Equally contribution – listed alphabetically

Rudman, S.M., S. Greenblum, R. Hughes, S. Rajpurohit, O. Kiratli, D. Lowder, S. Lemmon, D. Petrov, J. Chaston, and P. Schmidt. 2019. Microbiome community composition drives population dynamics and host adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116: 20025-20032*Featured on front page of ScienceBlog and ScienceDaily

Rennison, D.J, S.M. Rudman, and D.S. Schluter. 2019. Experimental test of predation and evolutionary divergence of species traits and genes in adaptive radiation. Evolution Letters. 3: 513-520. *Featured in the book “Improbably Destinies: Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution” by Jonathan Losos.

Lemmen, K.D., O. Butler, T. Koffel, S.M. Rudman, and C. Symons. 2019. Stoichiometric traits vary widely within species: a meta-analysis of common garden experiments. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7: 339-346.

Rudman, S.M., J.M. Goos, J.B. Burant, K.V. Brix, and P.D. Jeyasingh. 2019. Ionomics and elemental transport kinetics shaped by parallel evolution in threespine stickleback. Ecology Letters. 22: 645-653. *Featured as ‘top story’ by NSF Science360 News

Harmon, L.J, C.S. Andreazzi, F. Debarre, J. Drury, A.B. Martins, C.J. Melian, A. Narwani, S.L. Nuismer, M.W. Pennell, S.M. Rudman, O. Seehausen, D. Silvestro, M. Weber, and B. Matthews. 2019. Detecting the macroevolutionary signal of species interactions. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 32: 769-782

Gygax, M., A.K. Rentsch, The Applicant, and D.J. Rennison. 2018. Predation alters cryptic pigmentation in Threespine Stickleback. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 10: 1589-1598.

Rudman, S.M., M.A. Barbour, K. Csillery, P. Gienapp, F. Guillaume, N.G. Hairston, A.P. Hendry, J.R. Lasky, M. Rafajlovic, K. Rasanen, P.S. Schmidt, O. Seehausen, N. Therkildson, M.M. Turcotte, and J.M. Levine. 2018. What genomic data can reveal about eco-evolutionary dynamics. Nature Ecology and Evolution. 2: 9-15.

Gibbons, T.C., S.M. Rudman, and P.M. Schulte. 2017. Low temperature and low salinity drive putatively adaptive growth differences in populations of threespine stickleback. Scientific Reports. 7: 16766.

Rudman, S.M., M. Kreitzman, K. Chan and D. Schluter. 2017. Contemporary Evosystem Services: A reply to Faith et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 32: 719-720.

Rudman, S.M., M.A. Kreitzman, K. Chan, and D. Schluter. 2017. Rapid evolution and the provisioning of ecosystem services. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 32: 403-415.

Rodriguez-Cabal, M.A., M.N. Barrios-Garcia, S.M. Rudman, A.D. McKown, T. Sato, and G.M. Crutsinger. 2017. It’s about time: genetic variation in subsidy phenology drives cascading effects on aquatic ecosystems. Freshwater Biology. 62: 356-365.

Rudman, S.M., J. Heavyside, D.J. Rennison, and D. Schluter. 2016. Piscivore addition causes a trophic cascade within and across ecosystem boundaries. Oikos. 125: 1782-1789.

El-Sabaawi, R.W., M.L. Warbanski, S.M. Rudman, R. Hovel and B.M. Matthews. 2016. Investment in boney defensive traits alters organismal stoichiometry and nutrient cycling in fish. Oecologia. 181: 1209-1220.

Rudman, S.M. and D. Schluter. 2016. Ecological consequences of reverse speciation in stickleback. Current Biology. 26: 490-495.

Gibbons, T.C., S.M. Rudman, and P.M. Schulte. 2016. Responses to simulated winter conditions differ between stickleback ecotypes. Molecular Ecology. 25: 764–775

Rudman, S.M., M.A. Rodriguez-Cabal, A. Stier, T. Sato, J. Heavyside, R.W. El- Sabaawi, and G.M. Crutsinger 2015. Adaptive genetic variation mediates top-down and bottom-up control in an aquatic ecosystem. Proceedings of the Royal Society-B. 2015: 1234.

Crutsinger, G.M., S.M. Rudman, M.A. Rodriguez-Cabal, A.D. McKown, T. Sato, A.M. MacDonald, J. Heavyside, A. Geraldes, E.M. Hart, C.J. LeRoy, and R.W. El-Sabaawi. 2014. Testing a genes-to-ecosystem approach to understanding aquatic-terrestrial linkages. Molecular Ecology. 23: 5888-5903.

Rudman, S.M., R. Powell, and J.S. Parmerlee, Jr. 2009. Ameiva fuscata on Dominica, Lesser Antilles: Natural history and interactions with Anolis oculatus. Herpetological Bulletin. 109: 17-24.

Rudman, S.M., R. Powell, and J.S. Parmerlee, Jr. 2009. Ameiva fuscata (Dominican Ground Lizard). Arboreal activity and diet. Herpetological Review. 40: 219.