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Merilä & Lv 2024. Life history traits and climate change. In. Segoli M & Wanberg E (eds): Life History Evolution: Traits, Interactions, and Applications. Wiley.


Vatka et al. 2021. Effects of warming climate on evolutionary potential of reproductive timing in boreal passerines. Journal of Animal Ecology, in press.


Radchuk et al. 2019. Adaptive responses of animals to climate change: not universal, likely insufficient. Nature Communications 10:3109


Gienapp & Merilä. 2017. Evolutionary responses to climate change. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene (DellaSala & Goldstein, eds). Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier. 2:51-59.


Merilä & Hoffmann. 2016. Evolutionary impacts of climate change. Oxford Encyclopedia of Environmental Sciences. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199389414.013.136


Gienapp & Merilä. 2014. Disentangling plastic and genetic changes in body mass of Siberian jays. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27:1849-1858

Blank et al. 2014. Potential effects of climate change on the distribution of the common frog Rana temporaria at it’s northern range margin. Israel Journal of Ecology 59:130-140

Merilä & Hendry. 2014. Climate change, adaptation, and phenotypic plasticity: the problem and the evidence. Evolutionary Applications 7:1-14


Merilä. 2012. Evolution in response to climate change: in pursuit of the missing evidence. BioEssays 34: 811-818.


Merilä. 2009. It´s the genotype, stupid! Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 126:1–2


Teplitsky et al. 2018. Bergmann's Rule and climate change: Disentangling environmental and genetic responses in a wild bird population. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 105: 13492-13496.

Gienapp et al. 2018. Climate change and evolution: Disentangling environmental and genetic responses. Molecular Ecology 17:167-178


Gienapp et al. 2007. Responses to climate change in avian migration time – microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Climate Research 32:25-35

Luoto & Merilä. 2007. Anuran abundance and persistence in agricultural landscapes during a climatic extreme. Global Change Biology 13:300–311


Møller & Merilä. 2004. Analysis and interpretation of long-term studies investigating responses to climate change. Advances in Ecological Research 35: 111-130


Pakkasmaa et al. 2003. Genetic and maternal effect influences on viability of common frog tadpoles under different environmental conditions. Heredity 91:117-124


Merilä et al. 2001. Cryptic evolution in a wild bird population. Nature 412:76-79


Pryzyblo et al. 2000. Climatic effects on breeding and morphology: evidence for phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Animal Ecology 69:395-404

Merilä et al. 2000. A frog perspective on increased ultraviolet-B radiation, climate change and latitudinal adaptation. Annales Zoologici Fennici 37: 129-134

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