Julie Charbonnier

Julie Charbonnier
Florida International University | FIU · STEM Transformation Institute

Doctor of Philosophy

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For organisms with complex life cycles, conditions experienced during early life stages may constrain later growth and survival. Conversely, compensatory mechanisms may attenuate negative effects from early life stages. We used the spotted salamander, Ambystoma maculatum, to test how aquatic larval density and terrestrial moisture influence juvenil...
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Understanding the scales over which land use affects animal populations is critical for conservation planning, and it can provide information about the mechanisms that underlie correlations between species distributions and land use. We used a citizen science database of anuran surveys to examine the relationship between road density, land use and...
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Many animals with complex life cycles can cope with environmental uncertainty by altering the timing of life history switch points through plasticity. Pond hydroperiod has important consequences for the fitness of aquatic organisms and many taxa alter the timing of life history switch points in response to habitat desiccation. For example, larval a...
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For animals with complex life cycles, conditions in the larval environment can have important effects that persist after metamorphosis. These carryover effects may influence juvenile growth plasticity and have important fitness consequences.Small juvenile red-eyed treefrogs, Agalychnis callidryas, grow faster than larger ones. We examined to what e...
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Background/Question/Methods For organisms with complex life cycles, plastic responses to environmental variation in early life stages may have consequences for performance in subsequent life stages. In aquatic systems, variation in intraspecific density dependence and hydroperiod can have dramatic effects on the timing of metamorphosis and post-m...
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Background/Question/Methods Phenotypic plasticity allows organisms to respond to environmental change and persist in unpredictable environments. Hydroperiod is a critical driver of the ecology of aquatic habitats. Understanding how organisms respond to variation in hydroperiod is especially critical since climate change is expected to alter tempe...

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