Daniel Padfield
Daniel Padfield
Post-doctoral Researcher, Environmental Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Rapid evolution of metabolic traits explains thermal adaptation in phytoplankton
D Padfield, G Yvon‐Durocher, A Buckling, S Jennings, G Yvon‐Durocher
Ecology letters 19 (2), 133-142, 2016
Metabolic compensation constrains the temperature dependence of gross primary production
D Padfield, C Lowe, A Buckling, R Ffrench‐Constant, ...
Ecology letters 20 (10), 1250-1260, 2017
nls. multstart: robust non-linear regression using AIC scores
D Padfield, G Matheson
R package version 1 (0), 2018
Temperature‐driven selection on metabolic traits increases the strength of an algal–grazer interaction in naturally warmed streams
CE Schaum, Student Research Team, R ffrench‐Constant, C Lowe, ...
Global change biology 24 (4), 1793-1803, 2018
Role of carbon allocation efficiency in the temperature dependence of autotroph growth rates
B García-Carreras, S Sal, D Padfield, DG Kontopoulos, E Bestion, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), E7361-E7368, 2018
Linking phytoplankton community metabolism to the individual size distribution
D Padfield, A Buckling, R Warfield, C Lowe, G Yvon‐Durocher
Ecology letters 21 (8), 1152-1161, 2018
Anthropogenic remediation of heavy metals selects against natural microbial remediation
E Hesse, D Padfield, F Bayer, EM Van Veen, CG Bryan, A Buckling
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1905), 20190804, 2019
Temperature-dependent changes to host-parasite interactions alter the thermal performance of a bacterial host.
D Padfield, M Castledine, A Buckling
BioRxiv, 554717, 2019
A shared coevolutionary history does not alter the outcome of coalescence in experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens
M Castledine, A Buckling, D Padfield
Journal of evolutionary biology 32 (1), 58-65, 2019
Scaling the effects of warming on metabolism from organisms to ecosystems
D Padfield
University of Exeter, 2017
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