In May and Sigurdsson's *Parameterized Homotopy Theory*, Proposition 2.2.11, four isomorphisms of functors are given. For a pullback square of base spaces $C=holim(A\overset{f}\to B\overset{j}\leftarrow D)$, with induced maps $C\overset{g}\to D$ and $C\overset{i}\to A$, there are natural isomorphisms:

$$(1)~~j^\ast f_!\cong g_!i^\ast~~~(2)~~f^\ast j_\ast \cong i_\ast g^\ast~~(3)~~f^\ast j_!\cong i_!g^\ast~~~(4)~~ j^*f_\ast\cong g_*i^*$$

Where for a map $f$ of base spaces, $f^\ast$ is the usual pullback of a parameterized **space**, $f_\ast$ is its right adjoint, and $f_!$ is its left adjoint.

Do these same natural equivalences hold for parameterized **spectra** over a pullback diagram of spaces? In particular, I am interested in equivalence $(3)$ above. And even more specifically, I am interested in comparing the two sides when $A$ above is a contractible space. In other words, $C$ is the homotopy fiber of the map $D\to B$. In that case, for a bundle of sphere spectra over $B$, we have that $i_!g^\ast$ yields the Thom spectrum of the pullback. How then should we think of $f^\ast j_!$ of the same bundle of sphere spectra?