Anna Hargreaves

Professeur adjoint,
McGill University

Department of Biology
Courriel: anna.hargreaves@mcgill.ca
Page personnelle




Éducation

Chercheuse postdoctorale en biodiversité, University of British Columbia. 2016
PhD, Queen's University. 2014
MSc, University of Calgary. 2007
BSc, Trent University. 2003


Recherche

Ma recherche porte sur les interactions entre les espèces (interactions biotiques) et la dynamique des limites de la répartition des espèces. Une grande partie de mes recherches est basée sur le terrain; je mène des expériences à grande et petite échelle dans des environnements naturels pour tester et affiner des idées théoriques en écologie et en évolution qui ont une pertinence pratique pour la conservation. Je m'intéresse particulièrement à l'adaptation des populations à la limite des aires de répartition, aux interactions entre les fleurs et leurs visiteurs et au rôle que les interactions biotiques jouent dans la répartition géographique des espèces.

Étudiants CSBQ

Shannon Meadley Dunphy

Ph.D.
(Début: 2018)
Love/hate thy neighbour: neighbour shifts from hosts to competitors across the ranges of hemi-parasitic plants

Cole Larsen

M.Sc.
(Début: 2018)
Dispersal evolution across temporally & spatially variable landscapes

Ella Martin

M.Sc.
(Début: 2020)
Autre (co-)superviseur membre du CSBQ: Andrew Hendry
La dynamique éco-évolutive entre prédateurs de semences et les communautés végétales dans les isles Galápagos

Joshua Persi

M.Sc.
(Début: 2018)
Non-temperature determinants of species' range limits

Antonio Rodriguez-Campbell

M.Sc.
(Début: 2020)
What drives global patterns in the strength of species interactions?

Implication au sein du CSBQ

Exemples d'espèces étudiées

Aloe maculata


Publications

25- Clustered versus catastrophic global vertebrate declines
Leung B , Hargreaves A L , Greenberg D A , McGill B , Dornelas M , Freeman R ,
2020 Nature (Date Added: 2020-11-27)

24- Spatial distribution and conservation hotspots of mammals in Canada
Cameron V , Hargreaves A L ,
2020 Facets (Date Added: 2020-11-12)

23- Miniaturizing landscapes to understand species distributions
Larsen C D , Hargreaves A L ,
2020 Ecography (Date Added: 2020-04-12)

22- Local adaptation to biotic interactions: A meta-analysis across latitudes
Hargreaves A L , Germain R M , Bontrager M , Persi J , Angert A L ,
2020 American Naturalist (Date Added: 2020-03-09)

21- Lasting signature of forest fragmentation
Hargreaves A ,
2019 Science (Date Added: 2019-12-22)

20- Thermal tolerance patterns across latitude and elevation
Sunday J , Bennett J M , Calosi P , Clusella-Trullas S , Gravel S , Hargreaves A L , Leiva F P , Verberk W C E P , Olalla-Tárraga M ,
2019 Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences (Date Added: 2019-07-08)

19- Narrow entrance of short-tubed Aloe flowers facilitates pollen transfer on long sunbird bills
Hargreaves A , Langston G , Johnson S ,
2019 South African Journal of Botany (Date Added: 2019-05-20)

18- Seed predation increases from the Arctic to the Equator and from high to low elevations
Hargreaves A L , Suárez E , Mehltreter K , Myers-Smith I , Vanderplank S E , Slinn H L , Vargas-Rodriguez Y L , Haeussler S , David S , Muñoz J , Carlos Almazán-Núñez R , Loughnan D , Benning J W , Moeller D A , Brodie J F , Thomas H J , Morales M P A ,
2019 Science Advances (Date Added: 2019-03-04)

17- Local adaptation primes cold-edge populations for range expansion but not warming-induced range shifts
Hargreaves A L , Eckert C G ,
2018 Ecology Letters (Date Added: 2018-11-21)

16- Expanding, shifting and shrinking: The impact of global warming on species’ elevational distributions
Freeman B G , Lee-Yaw J A , Sunday J M , Hargreaves A L ,
2018 Global Ecology and Biogeography (Date Added: 2018-09-23)

15- Local adaptation interacts with expansion load during range expansion: Maladaptation reduces expansion load
Gilbert, KJ, Sharp, NP, Angert, AL, Conte, GL, Draghi, JA, Guillaume, F, Hargreaves, AL, Matthey-Doret, R, Whitlock, MC
2017 American Naturalist (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

14- Adaptation to fragmentation: Evolutionarydynamics driven by human influences
Cheptou, PO, Hargreaves, AL, Bonte, D, Jacquemyn, H
2017 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

13- Fitness declines towards range limits and local adaptation to climate affect dispersal evolution during climate-induced range shifts
Hargreaves, AL, Bailey, SF, Laird, RA
2015 Journal of Evolutionary Biology (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

12- High-elevation range limit of an annual herb is neither caused nor reinforced by declining pollinator service
Hargreaves, AL, Weiner, JL, Eckert, CG
2015 Journal of Ecology (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

11- Evolution of dispersal and mating systems along geographic gradients: Implications for shifting ranges
Hargreaves, AL, Eckert, CG
2014 Functional Ecology (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

10- Are species' range limits simply niche limits writ large? A review of transplant experiments beyond the range
Hargreaves, AL, Samis, KE, Eckert, CG
2014 American Naturalist (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

9- Floral traits mediate the vulnerability of aloes to pollen theft and inefficient pollination by bees
Hargreaves, AL, Harder, LD, Johnson, SD
2012 Annals of Botany (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

8- Concentrations of 17 elements, including mercury, in the tissues, food and abiotic environment of arctic shorebirds
Hargreaves, AL, Whiteside, DP, Gilchrist, G
2011 Science of the Total Environment (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

7- Concentrations of 17 elements, including mercury, and their relationship to fitness measures in arctic shorebirds and their eggs
Hargreaves, AL, Whiteside, DP, Gilchrist, G
2010 Science of the Total Environment (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

6- Native pollen thieves reduce the reproductive success of a hermaphroditic plant, Aloe maculata
Hargreaves, AL, Harder, LD, Johnson, SD
2010 Ecology (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

5- Consumptive emasculation: The ecological and evolutionary consequences of pollen theft
Hargreaves, AL, Harder, LD, Johnson, SD
2009 Biological Reviews (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

4- Aloe inconspicua: The first record of an exclusively insect-pollinated aloe
Hargreaves, AL, Harder, LD, Johnson, SD
2008 South African Journal of Botany (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

3- Empty flowers as a pollination-enhancement strategy
Bailey, SF, Hargreaves, AL, Hechtenthal, SD, Laird, RA, Latty, TM, Reid, TG, Teucher, AC, Tindall, JR
2007 Evolutionary Ecology Research (Date Added: 2018-01-19)

2- Dark, bitter-tasting nectar functions as a filter of flower visitors in a bird-pollinated plant
Johnson, SD, Hargreaves, AL, Brown, M
2006 Ecology (Date Added: 2018-01-19)