Sally N Aitken
Sally N Aitken
Professor, Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia
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Conservation and the genetics of populations, 2nd Edition
FW Allendorf, G Luikart, SN Aitken
Adaptation, migration or extirpation: climate change outcomes for tree populations
SN Aitken, S Yeaman, JA Holliday, T Wang, S Curtis‐McLane
Evolutionary applications 1 (1), 95-111, 2008
Potential for evolutionary responses to climate change–evidence from tree populations
FJ Alberto, SN Aitken, R Alía, SC González‐Martínez, H Hänninen, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (6), 1645-1661, 2013
Assisted gene flow to facilitate local adaptation to climate change
SN Aitken, MC Whitlock
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 44, 367-388, 2013
From genotype to phenotype: unraveling the complexities of cold adaptation in forest trees
GT Howe, SN Aitken, DB Neale, KD Jermstad, NC Wheeler, THH Chen
Canadian Journal of Botany 81 (12), 1247-1266, 2003
Evolutionary and plastic responses to climate change in terrestrial plant populations
SJ Franks, JJ Weber, SN Aitken
Evolutionary applications 7 (1), 123-139, 2014
Development of scale‐free climate data for western Canada for use in resource management
T Wang, A Hamann, DL Spittlehouse, SN Aitken
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2006
Integrating environmental and genetic effects to predict responses of tree populations to climate
T Wang, GA O'Neill, SN Aitken
Ecological applications 20 (1), 153-163, 2010
Use of response functions in selecting lodgepole pine populations for future climates
T Wang, A Hamann, A Yanchuk, GA O'neill, SN Aitken
Global Change Biology 12 (12), 2404-2416, 2006
Time to get moving: assisted gene flow of forest trees
SN Aitken, JB Bemmels
Evolutionary applications 9 (1), 271-290, 2016
Putting the landscape into the genomics of trees: approaches for understanding local adaptation and population responses to changing climate
VL Sork, SN Aitken, RJ Dyer, AJ Eckert, P Legendre, DB Neale
Tree Genetics & Genomes 9 (4), 901-911, 2013
Shoot and root vulnerability to xylem cavitation in four populations of Douglas-fir seedlings
KL Kavanagh, BJ Bond, SN Aitken, BL Gartner, S Knowe
Tree Physiology 19 (1), 31-37, 1999
Convergent local adaptation to climate in distantly related conifers
S Yeaman, KA Hodgins, KE Lotterhos, H Suren, S Nadeau, JC Degner, ...
Science 353 (6306), 1431-1433, 2016
Widespread, ecologically relevant genetic markers developed from association mapping of climate‐related traits in Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis)
JA Holliday, K Ritland, SN Aitken
New Phytologist 188 (2), 501-514, 2010
Projecting future distributions of ecosystem climate niches: uncertainties and management applications
T Wang, EM Campbell, GA O’Neill, SN Aitken
Forest Ecology and Management 279, 128-140, 2012
Adaptive gradients and isolation-by-distance with postglacial migration in Picea sitchensis
M Mimura, SN Aitken
Heredity 99 (2), 224-232, 2007
Genecology and gene resource management strategies for conifer cold hardiness
SN Aitken, M Hannerz
Conifer cold hardiness, 23-53, 2001
Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) assisted migration potential: testing establishment north of the species range
SC McLane, SN Aitken
Ecological Applications 22 (1), 142-153, 2012
Global monitoring of autumn gene expression within and among phenotypically divergent populations of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis)
JA Holliday, SG Ralph, R White, J Bohlmann, SN Aitken
New Phytologist 178 (1), 103-122, 2008
Guidelines for planning genomic assessment and monitoring of locally adaptive variation to inform species conservation
SP Flanagan, BR Forester, EK Latch, SN Aitken, S Hoban
Evolutionary applications 11 (7), 1035-1052, 2018
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