Susanne Schindler
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Modeling adaptive and nonadaptive responses of populations to environmental change
T Coulson, BE Kendall, J Barthold, F Plard, S Schindler, A Ozgul, ...
The American Naturalist 190 (3), 313-336, 2017
Sex‐specific demography and generalization of the Trivers–Willard theory
S Schindler, JM Gaillard, A Grüning, P Neuhaus, LW Traill, S Tuljapurkar, ...
Nature 526 (7572), 249-252, 2015
Demography, not inheritance, drives phenotypic change in hunted bighorn sheep
LW Traill, S Schindler, T Coulson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (36), 13223-13228, 2014
Factors influencing within-group conflict over defence against conspecific outsiders seeking breeding positions
S Schindler, AN Radford
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1893), 20181669, 2018
Predicting the evolutionary consequences of trophy hunting on a quantitative trait
T Coulson, S Schindler, L Traill, BE Kendall
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (1), 46-56, 2018
The influence of nonrandom mating on population growth
S Schindler, P Neuhaus, JM Gaillard, T Coulson
The American Naturalist 182 (1), 28-41, 2013
Linking the population growth rate and the age-at-death distribution
S Schindler, S Tuljapurkar, JM Gaillard, T Coulson
Theoretical Population Biology 82 (4), 244-252, 2012
Record books do not capture population trends in horn length of bighorn sheep
M Festa‐Bianchet, S Schindler, F Pelletier
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (4), 746-750, 2015
Hunting, age structure, and horn size distribution in bighorn sheep
S Schindler, M Festa‐Bianchet, JT Hogg, F Pelletier
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (5), 792-799, 2017
Modeling the impact of selective harvesting on red deer antlers
RA Pozo, S Schindler, S Cubaynes, JJ Cusack, T Coulson, AF Malo
The Journal of Wildlife Management 80 (6), 978-989, 2016
Disease outbreaks select for mate choice and coat color in wolves
S Cubaynes, EE Brandell, DR Stahler, DW Smith, ES Almberg, ...
Science 378 (6617), 300-303, 2022
Sex-specific heterogeneity in fixed morphological traits influences individual fitness in a monogamous bird population
F Plard, S Schindler, R Arlettaz, M Schaub
The American Naturalist 191 (1), 106-119, 2018
Preferring the fittest mates: an analytically tractable model
S Schindler, O Breidbach, J Jost
Journal of theoretical biology 317, 30-38, 2013
Quantitative genetics meets integral projection models: unification of widely used methods from ecology and evolution
T Coulson, F Plard, S Schindler, A Ozgul, JM Gaillard
arXiv preprint arXiv:1509.01351, 2015
Male mating behaviour affects growth of secondary sexual traits: a mechanism for rapid phenotypic change
S Schindler, KE Ruckstuhl, P Neuhaus
Animal Behaviour 169, 129-138, 2020
Fitness-based mating: a systematic analysis of a new preference model
S Schindler
Searching for a Cancer-Proof Organism: It’s the Journey That Teaches You About the Destination
H Kokko, S Schindler, K Sprouffske
Ecology and evolution of cancer, 247-254, 2017
Reply to Hedrick et al.: Trophy hunting influences the distribution of trait values through demographic impacts
LW Traill, S Schindler, T Coulson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (45), E4811-E4811, 2014
Fitness benefits from co-display favour subdominant male–male partnerships between phenotypes
JDM Tolliver, K Kupán, DB Lank, S Schindler, C Küpper
Animal Behaviour 197, 131-154, 2023
Between-group attack and defence in an ecological setting: insights from non-human animals
TW Fawcett, AN Radford, S Schindler
Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2019
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