Publications

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Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Li, Q., Kou, X. 2021. WiBB: an integrated method quantifying relative importance of predicting variables. Ecography. (accepted)
  2. Li, Q., Sun, H., Boufford, D.E., Bartholomew, B., Fritsch, P.R., Chen, J., Deng, T., Ree, R.H. 2021. Grade of Membership models reveal geographical and environmental correlates of floristic structure in a temperate biodiversity hotspot. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/nph.17443 (in press)
  3. Wang, H., Liu, P.-L., Li, J., Yang, H., Li, Q., Chang, Z.-Y. 2021. Why more leaflets? The role of natural selection in shaping the spatial pattern of leaf shape variation in Oxytropis diversifolia (Fabaceae) and two close relatives. Frontiers in Plant Science, 12: 1685.
  4. Li, Q., Grossenbacher D., Angert, A.L., 2018. The effect of range overlap on ecological niche divergence depends on spatial scale in monkeyflowers. Evolution, 72(10): 2100-2113.
  5. Li, Q., Kou, X., Beierkuhnlein, C., Liu, S., Ge, J., 2018. Global patterns of non‐analogous climates in the past and future derived from thermal and hydraulic factors. Global Change Biology, 24(6): 2463-2475.
  6. Lee-Yaw, J.A., Kharouba, H.M., Bontrager, M., Mahony, C., Csergő, A.M., Noreen, A.M., Li, Q., 
Schuster, R. and Angert, A.L., 2016. A synthesis of transplant experiments and ecological niche 
models suggests that range limits are often niche limits. Ecology Letters, 19(6): 710-722.
  7. Kou, X., Li, Q., Beierkuhnlein, C., Zhao, Y. and Liu, S., 2014. A new tool for exploring climate 
change induced range shifts of conifer species in China. PLoS ONE, 9(9): e98643. 

  8. Li, Q., Wu, J., Kou, X., Feng, L., 2013. Applications of camera trap in wildlife population ecology. 
China Journal of Applied Ecology. 24(4): 947-955 (in Chinese)
  9. Kou X., Li, Q., Liu, S., 2011. Quantifying species’ range shifts in relation to climate change: A case 
study of Abies spp. in China. PLoS ONE. 6(8): e23115
  10. Kou X., Li, Q., Liu, S., 2011. High-resolution bioclimatic dataset derived from future climate 
projections for plant species distribution modeling. Ecological Informatics. 6: 196-204

Manuscripts under review (available upon request)

  1. Li, Q., Angert, A.L. The diversification and evolution of niche breadth across spatial scales in western North American monkeyflowers. (in revision)