Grant Haines

McGill University
Ph.D. candidate

Supervisor: Andrew Hendry
Start: 2017-09-05
End: 2022-05-26
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Adaptation and phenotypic divergence among populations of threespine stickleback
I will be using 3D morphometrics and community variables to investigate the effects of different foraging and predatory regimes on stickleback morphology, and divergence between populations.


Threespine stickleback, morphological variation, eco-evolutionary dynamics


1- Integration of swimming kinematics and ram suspension feeding in a model American paddlefish, Polyodon spathula
Haines, Grant E., S. Laurie Sanderson
2017 Journal of Experimental Biology

2- Physical modeling of vortical cross-step flow in the American paddlefish, Polyodon spathula
Hannah Brooks, Grant E. Haines, M. Carly Lin, S. Laurie Sanderson

3- Adrift on a Sea of Troubles: Can Amphibians Survive in a Human-Dominated World?1
Ford, Jessica, David A.G.A. Hunt, Grant E. Haines, Micaela Lewis, Yael Lewis, David M. Green
2020 Herpetologica

4- Adding the third dimension to studies of parallel evolution of morphology and function: An exploration based on parapatric lake‐stream stickleback
Haines, Grant E., Yoel E. Stuart, Dieta Hanson, Tania Tasneem, Daniel I. Bolnick, Hans C. E. Larsson, Andrew P. Hendry
2020 Ecology and Evolution

5- The pace of modern life, revisited
Sanderson, Sarah, Marc‐Olivier Beausoleil, Rose E. O’Dea, Zachary T. Wood, Cristian Correa, Victor Frankel, Lucas D. Gorné, Grant E. Haines, Michael T. Kinnison, Krista B. Oke, Fanie Pelletier, Felipe Pérez‐Jvostov, Winer D. Reyes‐Corral, Yanny Ritchot, Freedom Sorbara, Kiyoko M. Gotanda, Andrew P. Hendry
2021 Molecular Ecology