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ALTERS, Brian J.

Bauslaugh, G., Walden, P., and Alters, B.) The SSHRC and Intelligent Design: An Embarrassment for Science in Canada . In J. L. Turk (editor). Universities at Risk. Canadian Association of University Teachers, 2008, pp. 144-165.

Church, D., D.M. Green, G. Hammerson, J. Mitchell, G. Parra Olea and G. Santos Barrerra). Amphibians of the Nearctic Region. In S.N. Stuart , M. Hoffmann , J.S. Chanson , N.A. Cox , R.J. Berridge , P. Ramani , B.E. Young (editors). Threatened Amphibians of the World.  Lynx Ediciones, Madrid. 2008. pp. 85-92.

Church, D., D.M. Green, G. Hammerson, J. Mitchell, G. Parra Olea and G. Santos Barrerra). Amphibians of the Nearctic Region. In S.N. Stuart , M. Hoffmann , J.S. Chanson , N.A. Cox , R.J. Berridge , P. Ramani , B.E. Young (editors). Threatened Amphibians of the World.  Lynx Ediciones, Madrid. 2008. pp. 85-92.

Church, D., D.M. Green, G. Hammerson, J. Mitchell, G. Parra Olea and G. Santos Barrerra). Amphibians of the Nearctic Region. In S.N. Stuart , M. Hoffmann , J.S. Chanson , N.A. Cox , R.J. Berridge , P. Ramani , B.E. Young (editors). Threatened Amphibians of the World.  Lynx Ediciones, Madrid. 2008. pp. 85-92.

Alters, S. and Alters, B. Biologia in Evoluzione: Comprendere la vita (in two volumes). Le Monnier Scuola, Milan. 2008.

Alters, S., and B. Alters. 2005. Biology: Understanding life. (11th ed.). Wiley. 864 pp..

Alters, B., and S. Alters. 2005. Teaching biology in higher education. Wiley. 107 pp..

Alters, B. 2004. Teaching Biological Evolution in Higher Education: Methodological, religious, and nonreligious Issues. Jones & Bartlett. 136 pp..

Alters, B.J., and C.E. Nelson. 2002. Perspective: Teaching evolution in higher education. Evolution 56(10): 1891-1901.

Alters, B.J., and S.M. Alters. 2001. Defending evolution in the classroom: A guide to the creation/evolution controversy. Jones & Bartlett. 272 pp..

Alters, B.J. 1999. What is creationism? American Biology Teacher 61(2): 103-106.

Alters, B.J. 1998. Stephen Jay Gould - An interview. American Biology Teacher 60(4): 272-275.

Alters, B.J. 1997. Nature of Science: A diversity or uniformity of ideas? Journal of Research in Science Teaching 34(10): 1105-1108.

Alters, B.J. 1997. Whose nature of science? Journal of Research in Science Teaching 34(1): 39-55.

Alters, B.J. 1997. Hearts and minds in the science classroom: The education of a confirmed evolutionist revisited. Journal of Science Teaching 34(1): 89-91.

Alters, B.J., and W.F. McComas. 1994. Punctuated equilibrium: The missing link in evolution education. American Biology Teacher 56(6): 354-360.

McComas, W.F., and B.J. Alters. 1994. Modeling modes of evolution: Comparing phyletic gradualism and punctuated equilibrium. American Biology Teacher 56(6): 354-360.

BELL, Graham

Greig, D., Bell, G. & Reuter, M. Increased outbreeding in yeast in response to dispersal by an insect vector. Current Biology, v. 17, 2007, pp R81-R83

Perron, G., Quessy, S. & Bell, G. Genotypic diversity and antimicrobial resistance in asymptomatic Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium DT104. Infection, Genetics and Evolution v. 7, 2007, pp. 223-228.

Barrett, R.D.H., MacLean, R.C. & Bell, G. 2006. Mutations of intermediate effect are responsible for adaptation in evolving Pseudomonas fluorescens populations. Biology Letters, 2006, v. 2, pp. 236-238.

Barrett, R.D.H. & Bell, G. The dynamics of diversification in evolving Pseudomonas populations. Evolution v. 60, 2006, pp. 484-490.

Bell, G., Lechowicz, M.J. & Waterway, M.J. The comparative evidence relating to the neutral theory of community ecology. Ecology v. 87, 2006, pp. 1378-1386.

Collins, S. & Bell, G. Evolution of natural algal populations at elevated CO2. Ecology Letters v. 9, 2006, pp. 129-135.

Collins, S., Sultemeyer, D. & Bell, G. Changes in C uptake in populations of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii selected at high CO2. Plant, Cell and Environment v. 29, 2006, pp. 1812-1819.

Collins, Sultemeyer, D. & Bell, G. Rewinding the tape: selection of algae adapted to high CO2 at current and Pleistocene levels of CO2. Evolution v, 60, 2006, pp. 1392-1401.

Koufopanou, V., Hughes, J., Bell, G. & Burt, A. The spatial scale of genetic differentiation in a model organism: the wild yeast Saccharomyces paradoxus. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B v. 361, 2006, pp. 1941-1946.

Renaut, S., Replansky, T., Heppleston, A. & Bell, G. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. XIII. The fitness of long-term sexual and asexual populations in benign environments. Evolution v. 60, 2006, pp. 2272-2279.

Barrett R., MacLean R.C. & Bell, G. 2005. Experimental evolution of Pseudomonas fluorescens in simple and complex environments. American Naturalist, 2005, v. 166, pp. 470-480.

Bell G. 2005. The co-distribution of species in relation to the neutral theory of community ecology. Ecology 86:757-770.

Bell G. 2005. Experimental sexual selection in Chlamydomonas. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 722-734.

Bell G., Lechowicz M.J. & Waterway M. 2005. The co-distribution of species in relation to the neutral theory of community ecology. Ecology 86: 1757-1770.

Collins S. & Bell G. 2004. Phenotypic consequences of 1000 generations of selection at elevated CO2 in a green alga. Nature 431:566-569.

MacLean R.C., Dickson A. & Bell G. 2005. Resource competition and adaptive radiation in a microbial microcosm. Ecology Letters 8: 38-46.

Perron, G.G., Zasloff, M. & Bell, G. 2005. Experimental evolution of resistance to an antimicrobial peptide. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273: 251-256 [see News and Views, Nature 438:170-171 (2005)].

MacLean R.C. & Bell G. 2004. The evolution of a phenotypic fitness trade-off in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A. 101: 8072-8077.

Smith S.A., Bell G. & Bermingham E. 2004. Cross-Cordillera exchange mediated by the Panama Canal increased the species richness of local freshwater fish communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B doi:10.1098/rspb.2004.2796. (See News@Nature 18 August 2004).

Tong A.H.Y., Lesage G, Bader G., Ding H., Xu H., Xin X., Young J., Berriz G.F., Brost R., Chang M., Chen Y., Cheng X., Chua G., Friesen H., Goldberg D.S., Haynes J., Humphries C., He G., Hussein S., Ke L., Krogan N., Li Z., Levinson J.N., Lu H., MÈnard P., Munyana P., Parsons A., Ryan O., Tonikian R., Roberts T., Sdicu A.-M., Shapiro J., Sheikh B., Suter B., Wong S.L., Zhang L.V., Zhu H., Burd C.G., Munro S., Sander C., Rine J., Greenblatt J., Peter M., Bretscher A., Bell G., Roth F.P., Brown G., Andrews B., Bussey H., Boone C. 2004. Genetic Interaction Networks: Large-scale Mapping of Synthetic Genetic Interactions in Yeast. Science 303: 808-813. [See: Hartwell, L (2004) Science 303: 774-775].

Bell. G. 2003 The interpretation of biological surveys. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 270, 2003, pp. 2531-2542.

Bell, G. & Gouyon, P.-H. 2003. Arming the Enemy: the evolution of resistance to self-proteins. Microbiology, v. 149, pp. 1367-1375.

Belotte, D., Curien, J.-B., Maclean, C. & Bell, G. 2003. An experimental test of local adaptation in soil bacteria. Evolution, v. 57, pp. 27–36.

MacLean, R.C. & Bell, G. 2003. Divergent evolution during an experimental adaptive radiation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 270, pp. 1645-1650.

Colegrave, N., Kaltz, O. & Bell, G.A.C. 2002. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. VIII. The dynamics of adaptation to novel environments after a single episode of sex. Evolution, v. 56, pp. 14-21.

Kaltz, O. & Bell, G.A.C. 2002. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas.XII. Repeated sexual episodes increase rates of adaptation to novel environments. Evolution, v. 56, pp. 1743-1753.

Maclean, R.C. & Bell, G.A.C. 2002. Experimental adaptive radiation in Pseudomonas. The American Naturalist, v. 160, pp. 569-581.

Yedid, G. & Bell, G.A.C. 2002 Macroevolution simulated with autonomously replicating computer programmes. Nature, v. 420, pp. 810-812.

Bell, G. 2001.Neutral macroecology. Science, v.293: 2413-2418.

Bell G., Lechowicz M.J. & Waterway M.J. 2001. The precision of adaptation in forest plants. In Silvertown J. & Antonovics J. (editors) Integrating Ecology and Evolution in a Spatial Context, pp 117 - 138. 14th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society. Blackwell Science, Oxford.

Koelewijn, H., Bell, G. & Laguerie, P. 2001. Variation in growth rate in a natural assemblage of unicellular green soil algae. Heredity, v.87: 162-171.

Yedid, G. & Bell G. 2001. Microevolution in an electronic microcosm. The American Naturalist 157: 465-487.

Bell, G. 2000. The distribution of abundance in neutral communities. The American Naturalist 155: 606-617.

Bell,G., Lechowicz M.J. & M. Waterway. 2000. Environmental heterogeneity and species diversity of forest sedges. Journal of Ecology 88: 67-87.

Buckling A., Kassen R., Bell G. & Rainey P. 2000. Disturbance and diversity in experimental microcosms. Nature 408: 961-964.

Goho S. & G. Bell. 2000. Mild environmental stress elicits mutations affecting fitness in Chlamydomonas. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267: 123-129.

Goho, S. & G. Bell. 2000. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. IX. The rate of accumulation of variation in fitness under selection. Evolution 54: 416-424.

Kassen R. & G. Bell. 2000. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. X. The relationship between genetic correlation and genetic distance. Evolution 54: 425-432.

Kassen R., Buckling A, Bell G. & Rainey P. 2000. Diversity peaks at intermediate productivity in a laboratory microcosm. Nature 406: 508-512. (ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED)

Leckie S., Velland M., Bell G., Waterway M.J. & Lechowicz M.J. 2000. The seed bank in an old-growth temperate forest. Canadian Journal of Botany 78: 181-192.

Richard, M., Bell, G. & T. Bernhardt. 2000.Environmental heterogeneity and the spatial structure of fern species diversity in one hectare of old-growth forest. Ecography 23: 231-245.

Kassen, R. & G. Bell. 1998. Experimental evolution in Chlamydomonas. IV. Selection in environments that vary through time at different scales. Heredity 80: 732-741.

Bell, G. 1997. Experimental evolution in Chlamydomonas. I. Short-term selection in uniform and diverse environments. Heredity 78: 490-497.

Bell, G. 1997. The evolution of the life cycle in brown seaweeds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60: 21-38.

Bell, G. & A. Mooers. 1997. The diversity of cell types among multicellular organisms. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60: 345-363.

Bell, G. & X. Reboud. 1997. Experimental evolution in Chlamydomonas. II. Genetic variation in strongly contrasted environments. Heredity 78: 498-506.

Reboud, X. & G. Bell. 1997. Experimental evolution in Chlamydomonas. III. Evolution of specialist and generalist types in environments that vary in space and time. Heredity 78: 507-514.

Zeyl, C. & G. Bell. 1997. The advantage of sex in evolving yeast populations. Nature 388: 465-468.

Da Silva, J. & G. Bell. 1996. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. VII. The effect of sex on the mean and the variance of fitness. Evolution 50: 1705-1713.

Zeyl, C. and G. Bell. 1996. Symbiotic DNA in eukaryotic genomes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 10-14. (ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED)

Zeyl, C., G. Bell & D. Green. 1996. Sex and the spread of retrotransposon Ty3 in experimental populations of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.ÝGenetics 143: 1567-1577.

Bell, G. 1994. The comparative biology of the alternation of generations. Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences 25: 1-26. (Symposium of the Society for the Study of Evolution.)

Bell, G. and M.J. Lechowicz. 1994. Spatial heterogeneity at small scales and how plants respond to it. Pp 391-414 in Caldwell, M.M. and R.W. Pearcy (eds.) Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity by Plants: Ecophysiological Processes Above and Below Ground. Academic Press, San Diego.

Sack, L., C. Zeyl, G. Bell, T. Sharbel, X. Reboud, T. Bernhardt & H. Koelewijn. 1994. Isolation of four new strains of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Chlorophyta) from soil samples. Journal of Phycology 30: 770-773.

Schoen, D., G. Bell & M.J. Lechowicz. 1994. The ecology and genetics of fitness in forest plants. IV. Quantitative genetics of fitness components in Impatiens pallida. American Journal of Botany 81: 232-239.

Zeyl, C., G. Bell, & J. Da Silva. 1994. Transposon abundance in sexual and asexual populations of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Evolution 48: 1406-1409.

Bell, G. 1993. Pathogen evolution within host individuals as a primary cause of senescence. Genetica 91: 21-34.

Bell, G. 1993. The sexual nature of the eukaryote genome. Journal of Heredity 84: 351-359.

Bell, G., M.J. Lechowicz, A. Appenzeller, M. Chandler, E. Deblois, L. Jackson, B. Mackenzie, R. Preziosi, M. Schallenberg & N. Tinker. 1993. The spatial structure of the physical environment. Oecologia 96: 114-121.

Koufopanou, V. & G. Bell. 1993. Soma and germ: an experimental approach using Volvox. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 254: 107-113.

Bell, G. 1992. Five properties of environments. Pp 33-54 in Grant, P.R. and H.S. Horn Molds, Molecules and Metazoa: Growing Points in Evolutionary Biology. Princeton University Press.

Bell, G. 1992. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. V. The relationship between genetic correlation and environmental variance. Evolution 46: 561-566.

Bell, G. 1992. The emergence of gender and the nature of species in eukaryotic microbes. Verhandlung der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 85: 161-175.

Burt, A. & G. Bell. 1992. Tests of sib diversification theories of outcrossing in Impatiens capensis: Effects of inbreeding and neighbour relatedness on production and infestation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 5: 575-588.

Da Silva, J.& G. Bell. 1992. Sources of variance in protein heterozygosity: the importance of the species-protein interaction. Heredity 68: 241-252.

Da Silva, J. & G. Bell. 1992. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. VI. Antagonism between natural selection and sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B:249: 227-233.

Bell, G. 1991. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. III. Genotype-by environment interaction within strains. Evolution 45: 668-679.

Bell, G. 1991. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. IV. The properties of mixtures of genotypes of the same species. Evolution 45: 1036-1046.

Bell, G. & A. Burt. 1991. The comparative biology of parasite species diversity: internal helminths of freshwater fish. Journal of Animal Ecology 60: 1047-1063.

Bell, G. & V. Koufopanou. 1991. The architecture of the life cycle in small organisms. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 332: 81-89.

Bell, G. & M.J. Lechowicz. 1991. The ecology and genetics of fitness in forest plants. I. Environmental heterogeneity measured by explant trials. Journal of Ecology 79: 663-685.

Bell, G., M. Lechowicz & D. Schoen. 1991. The ecology and genetics of fitness in forest plants. III. Environmental variance in natural populations of Impatiens pallidens. Journal of Ecology 79: 697-713.

Burt, A. & G. Bell. 1991. Seed reproduction is associated with a transient escape from parasite damage in American beech. Oikos 61: 145-148. (ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED)

Burt, A. & G. Bell. 1991. Sex differences in chiasma frequency. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 4: 259-277.

Koufopanou, V. & G. Bell. 1991. Developmental mutants of Volvox: does mutation reflect the patterns of phylogenetic diversity? Evolution 45: 1806-1822.

Lechowicz, M.J. & G. Bell. 1991. The ecology and genetics of fitness in forest plants. II. Microspatial heterogeneity of the edaphic environment.ÝJournal of Ecology 79: 687-696.

Bell, G. 1990. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. I. Genotype-by-environment interaction among pure strains. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 240: 295-321.

Bell, G. 1990. The ecology and genetics of fitness in Chlamydomonas. II. The properties of mixtures of strains. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 240: 323-350.

Bell, G. & A. Burt. 1990. B-chromosomes: germ-line parasites which elicit changes in host recombination. Parasitology 100: 519-526.

Potvin, C., M.J. Lechowicz, G. Bell & D. Schoen. 1990. Spatial, temporal, and species-specific patterns of heterogeneity in growth chamber experiments. Canadian Journal of Botany 68: 499-504.

Bell, G. 1989. A comparative method. The American Naturalist 133: 553-571.

Iglesias, M.C. & G. Bell. 1989. The small-scale spatial distribution of male and female plants. Oecologia 80: 229-235.

Bell, G. 1988. The immortality of the germ line. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 1: 67-82.

Lechowicz, M.J., D.J. Schoen & G. Bell. 1988. Environmental correlates of habitat distribution and fitness components in Impatiens capensis and Impatiens pallida. Journal of Ecology 76: 1043-1054.

Bell, G. 1987. Two theories of sex and variation. In Stearns, S.C. (ed.) The Evolution of Sex and Its Consequences. Springer-Verlag.

Bell, G. 1987. Uniformity and diversity in the evolution of sex. In Levin, B.R. and R.E. Michod (eds.) The Evolution of Sex: an Examination of Current Ideas. Sinauer, New York.

Bell, G. and J. Maynard Smith. 1987. Powerful short-term selection for recombination as the result of negative species interactions. Nature 327: 66-68.

Burt, A. and G. Bell. 1987. Mammalian chiasma frequencies as a test of two theories of recombination. Nature 326: 803-805.

Bell, G. 1986. The evolution of empty flowers. Journal of Theoretical Biology 118: 253-258.

Bell, G. & V. Koufopanou. 1986. The cost of reproduction. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology Vol. 3: 83-131

Bell, G. & M. Praiss. 1986. Optimality and constraint in a self-fertilized alga. Evolution 40: 194-198.

Gillis, D.M., D.L. Kramer & G. Bell. 1986. Taylor's Power Law as a consequence of Fretwell's Ideal Free Distribution. Journal of Theoretical Biology 70: 149-154.

Schoen, D.J., S.C. Stewart, M.J. Lechowicz & G. Bell. 1986. Partitioning the transplant site effect in reciprocal transplant experiments with Impatiens capensis and Impatiens pallida. Oecologia 70: 149-154.

Bell, G. 1985. On the function of flowers. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 224: 223-265.

Bell, G. 1985. The origin and early evolution of germ cells, as illustrated by the Volvocales. Pp 221-256 in Halvorson, H. and A. Monroy (eds.) The Origin and Evolution of Sex, 1984 Wood's Hole Symposium. Liss, New York.

Bell, G. 1985. Two theories of sex and variation. Experientia 41: 1235-1245.

Bell, G. & L. Wolfe. 1985. Sexual and asexual reproduction in a natural population of Hydro pseudoligactis. Canadian Journal of Zoology 63: 851-856.

Bell, G. 1984. Evolutionary and non-evolutionary theories of senescence. The American Naturalist 124: 600-603.

Bell, G. 1984. Measuring the cost of reproduction. I. The correlation structure of the life history of a plankton rotifer. Evolution 38: 300-313.

Bell, G. 1984. Measuring the cost of reproduction. II. The correlation structure of the life tables of five freshwater invertebrates. Evolution 38: 314-326.

Bell, G., L. Lefebvre, L.-A. Giraldeau & D. Weary. 1984. Partial preference by insects for the male flowers of an annual herb. Oecologia 64: 287-294.

Koufopanou, V. & G. Bell. 1984. Measuring the cost of reproduction. IV. Predation experiments with Daphnia pulex. Oecologia 64: 81-86.

Bell, G. 1983. Measuring the cost of reproduction. III. The correlation structure of the early life history of Daphnia pulex. Oecologia 60: 378-383.

Bell, G. 1980. The costs of reproduction and their consequences. The American Naturalist 116: 45-76.

Bell, G. 1978. Group selection in structured populations. The American Naturalist 112: 389-399.

Bell, G. 1978. The evolution of anisogamy. Journal of Theoretical Biology 73: 247-270.

Bell, G. 1978. The handicap principle in sexual selection. Evolution 32(4): 872-885.

BIRKER, Ingrid

Birker, I. 1997 Nine Frogs and a Toad - Teachers' Information and Resource Kit. Printing costs supplied by the Discretionary Fund of the Minister of Education.

Hewitt, R., and Birker, I. Biological Recording - Environmentally friendly practice for Natural History Museums, MUSE, v. 8, no. 4, 1991, pp. 27-33.

Hewitt, R. and Birker, I. The Thallograptus and Diplospirograptus from the Silurian Eramosa Member in Hamilton (Ontario, Canada). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 23, 1986, pp. 849-853.

Birker, I., and Kaylor, J. Pyrite Disease: Case Studies from the Redpath Museum. Proceedings of the 1985 Workshop on the Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections. Life Sciences Misc. Publications, J. Waddington and Rudkin, D.M. (eds.), Ontario Museum. 1986, pp. 21-27.

COOPER, Linda

Cooper, L. Better writing and more space needed online. Nature v. 455, 2008. p. 26.

CARROLL, Robert

Carroll, R. L. Amniote Paleobiology: Perspectives on the evolution of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2007, pp. 1-2. (Book Review).

Carroll, R. L. The Palaeozoic ancestry of salamanders, frogs, and caecilians. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, v. 150 (Suppl. 1), 2007, pp. 1-140.

Carroll, R. L. and Holmes, R. B. Evolution of the appendicular skeleton of amphibians. In: Fins into Limbs. B. K. Hall (ed). University of Chicago Press, 2007, pp. 185-224.

Fröbisch, N. B., Carroll, R. L. and Schoch, R. R. Limb ossification in the Paleozoic branchiosaurid Apateon (Temnospondyli) and the early evolution of preaxial dominance in tetrapod limb development. Evolution & Development, v. 9, 2007, pp. 69-75.

Jenkins, F. A., Walsh, D. M. and Carroll, R. L. Anatomy of Eocaecilia micropodia, a limbed gymnophionan of the Early Jurassic. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard 158:1-81, pp. 106 (Ms) 47 figures.

Carroll, R. L. Recollections. Paludicola, v. 5, 2006, pp. 1;07-108.

Carroll, R.L. Between water and land. Nature, 2005, pp. 38-39.

Carroll, R.L. The importance of branchiosaurs in determining the ancestry of the modern amphibian orders. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaeontologis, Abhandlungen, v. 23, 2004, pp. 5-28.

Carroll, R., Boivert, C., Bolt, R., Green, D., Philips, N., Rolian, C., Schoch, R. & Tarenko, A. Evolution of the appendicular skeleton of amphibians. In: Appendicular Skeleton of Vertebrates, (ed.) B. Hall, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2004, 100 pp.

Carroll, R., Boivert, C., Bolt, R., Green, D., Philips, N., Rolian, C., Schoch, R. & Tarenko, A. Changing patterns of ontogeny from osteolepiform fish through Permian tetrapods as a guide to the early evolution of land vertebrates. In: Recent Advances in the Origin and early Radiation of Vertebrates, (eds.) G. Arratia, R. Cloutier, and M. Wilson, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, München, 2004, pp. 321-343.

Anderson, J.S., Carroll, R.L. & Rowe, T. New information on Lethicus stocki (Tetrapoda, Lepospondyl, Aïstopoda from High Resolution Computerized Tomography and a phylogenetic analysis of Aïstopoda. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 40, 2003, pp. 1071-1083.

Schoch, R.R. & Carroll, R.L. Ontogenetic evidence for the Paleozoic ancestry of Salamanders. Evolution and Development, v. 5, 2003, pp. 314-324.

Carroll, R.L. Early land vertebrates. Nature, v. 418, 2002, pp. 35-36.

Cote, S., Carroll, R.L., Cloutier, R. & Bar-Sagi, L. Evolution of the capacity to evolve. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, v. 15, 2002, pp. 911-921.

Cote, S., Carroll, R.L., Cloutier, R. & Bar-Sagi, L. Vertebral development in the Devonian sarcopterygian fish Eusthenopteron foordi, and the polarity of vertebral evolution in non-amniote tetrapods. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 22, 2002, pp. 487-502.

Carroll, R.L. Chinese salamanders tell tales. Nature, v. 410, 2001, pp. 534-536.

Carroll, R.L. Early vertebrates. Trends in Ecology & Eovlution, v. 16, 2001, pp. 524

Carroll, R.L. The origin and early radiation of terrestrial vertrebrates. Journal of Paleontology, v. 75, 2001, pp. 1202-1213.

Carroll, R.L. A new evolutionary synthesis: do we need one? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, v. 15, 2000, pp. 205-206.

Carroll, R.L. Toward a new evolutionary synthesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, v. 15, 2000, pp. 27-32.

Clack, J.A. & Carroll, R.L. Chapter 3. Early Carboniferous tetrapods. In: Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia, (eds.) H. Heatwole & R.L. Carroll, vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 1030-1043.

Clack, J.A. & Carroll, R.L. Chapter 10. Lepospondyls. In: Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia, (eds.) H. Heatwole & R.L. Carroll, vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 1198-1270.

Clack, J.A. & Carroll, R.L. Chapter 11. The Lissamphibian Enigma. In: Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia, (eds.) H. Heatwole & R.L. Carroll, vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 1270-1273.

Clack, J.A. & Carroll, R.L. Chapter 17. Eocaecilia and the origin of caecilians. In: Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia, (eds.) H. Heatwole & R.L. Carroll, vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 1402-1411.

Heatwole, H. & Carroll, R.L. eds. Chapter 1. The Fossil Record and Large-scale pattern of amphibian evolution. In: Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia, (eds.) H. Heatwole & R.L. Carroll, vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 973-978.

Heatwole, H. & Carroll, R.L. eds. Palaeontology: The Evolutionary History of the Amphibia. Vol. 4 in the series Amphibian Biology, Surrey Beatty Press, 2000, pp. 973-1494.

Carroll, R.L. Homology among divergent Paleozoic tetrapod clades. In: Homology, (ed.) G. R. Bock and G. Cardew, John Wiley & Sons, 1999, pp. 47-64.

Carroll, R.L. Review of Macroevolution: Patterns and Process. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 19, 1999, pp. 799-801.

Carroll, R.L. The ancestry and interrelationships of modern amphibians. Canadian Association of Herpetologists, v. 13, 1999, pp. 2-7.

Carroll, R.L., Kuntz, A. & Albright, K. Vertebral development and amphibian evolution. Evolution and Development, v. 1, 1999, pp. 36-48.

Carroll, R.L. Cranial anatomy of ophiderpetontid aïstopods: Palaeozoic limbless amphibians. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society of London, v. 122, 1998, pp. 143-166.

Carroll, R.L. Limits to knowledge of the fossil record. Zoology, v. 100, 1998, pp. 221-231.

Carroll, R.L., Bossy, K., Milner, A., Andrews, S.M. & Wellstead, C. Lepospondyli. In: Handbuch der Paläoherpetologie, Volume I, (ed.) P. Wellnhofer, Friedrich Pfeil, Verlag, 1998, pp. 220, 111 figures.

Holmes, R., Carroll, R.L. & Reisz, R.R. The first articulated skeleton of Dendrerpeton acadianum (Temnospondyli, Dendrerpetontidae) from the Lower Pennsylvanian locality of Joggins, Nova Scotia, and a review of its relationships. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 18, 1998, pp. 64-79.

Carroll, R.L. Mesozoic marine reptiles as models of long term, large scale evolutionary phenomena. In: Mesozoic Marine Reptiles, (eds.) E. Nicholls & J. Callaway, Academic Press, London, New York, 1997, pp. 467-489.

Carroll, R.L. Patterns and Processes of Vertebrate Evolution. Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 448.

Carroll, R.L. Elongate early tetrapods: Why “Lizzie” had little limbs. Paleontology, no. 52, 1996, pp. 139-148.

Carroll, R.L. Pleistocence and Holocene vertebrates as models for the study of evolution patterns. Chapter in “Palaeoecology an Palaeoenvironments of Late Cenozoic Mammals” (K.M. Stewart and K.L. Seymour,eds.), 1996, pp. 54-82.

Carroll, R.L. Revealing the pattern of macroevolution. Nature, v. 381, 1996, pp. 19-20.

DE MAZANCOURT, Claire

Loreau, M., and C. de Mazancourt. 2008. Species synchrony and its drivers: Neutral and nonneutral community dynamics in fluctuating environments. American Naturalist 172:E48-E66.

Olofsson, J., C. de Mazancourt, and M. J. Crawley. 2008. Spatial heterogeneity and plant species richness at different spatial scales under rabbit grazing. Oecologia 156:825-834.

 Urban, M. C., M. A. Leibold, P. Amarasekare, L. De Meester, R. Gomulkiewicz, M. E. Hochberg, C. A. Klausmeier, N. Loeuille, C. de Mazancourt, J. Norberg, J. H. Pantel, S. Y. Strauss, M. Vellend, and M. J. Wade. 2008. The evolutionary ecology of metacommunities. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23:311-317.

de Mazancourt, C., Johnson, E., Barraclough, T. 2008. Biodiversity inhibits species' evolutionary responses to changing environments. Ecology Letters, 11: 380-388.

Perring, M. P., L. O. Hedin, S. A. Levin, M. McGroddy, and C. de Mazancourt. 2008. Increased plant growth from nitrogen addition should conserve phosphorus in terrestrial ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105:1971-1976.

Olofsson, J., de Mazancourt, C. and Crawley, M.J. 2007. Contrasting effects of herbivore exclusion on N availability and primary production at different time-scales. Oecologia, 150: 582-589.

Clark, B., Hartley, S.E., Nash Sudling, K., de Mazancourt, C. 2005. The effect of recycling on plant competitive hierarchies. American Naturalist. 165: 609-622.

de Mazancourt, C., Loreau, M., & Dieckmann, U. 2005. Understanding mutualism when there is adaptation to the partner. Journal of Ecology, 93: 305-314.

Crawley, M.J., Johnston, A.E., Silvertown, J., Dodd, M., de Mazancourt, C., Heard, M.S., Henman, D.F., & Edwards, G.R. 2005. Determinants of species richness in the park grass experiment. American Naturalist, 165: 179-192.

de Mazancourt, C., and Dieckmann, U. 2004. Trade-off geometries and frequency-dependent selection. American Naturalist. 164: 765-778.

Loreau, M., de Mazancourt, C., and Holt, R.D. 2004. Ecosystem evolution and conservation. in Evolutionary Conservation Biology. Ferrière, R., Dieckmann, U. and Couvet, D., eds. Cambridge Studies in Adaptive Dynamics, IIASA and Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 327-343.

Voituron, Y., Mouquet, N., Clobert, J. and de Mazancourt, C. 2002. To freeze or not to freeze? an evolutionary perspective on the cold hardiness strategies of overwintering ectoterms. American Naturalist, 160: 255-270.

de Mazancourt, C., Loreau, M, and Dieckmann, U. 2001. Can the evolution of plant defense lead to plant-herbivore mutualism? American Naturalist, 158: 109-123.

de Mazancourt, C. 2001. The unified neutral theory of biodiversity and biogeography by Hubbell SP. Science 293: 1772-1772.

de Mazancourt, C., and Loreau, M. 2000. Effect of herbivory and plant species replacement on primary production. American Naturalist, 155: 735-754.

de Mazancourt, C., and Loreau, M. 2000. Grazing optimization, nutrient cycling, and spatial interaction of plant herbivore interactions: should a palatable plant evolve? Evolution, 54: 81-92.

Loreau, M, and de Mazancourt, C. 1999. Should plants in resource-poor environments invest more in antiherbivore defence? Oikos, 87: 195-200.

de Mazancourt, C., Loreau, M., and Abbadie, L. 1999. Grazing optimization and nutrient cycling: Potential impact of large herbivores in a savanna ecosystem. Ecological Applications, 9: 784-797.

de Mazancourt, C., Loreau, M., and Abbadie, L. 1998. Grazing optimization and nutrient cycling: When do herbivores enhance primary production? Ecology 79: 2242-2252.

GARDEZI, Tariq

Gardezi, T., and A.Gonzalez. Scale dependence of species-energy relationships: evidence from fishes in thousands of lakes. American Naturalist, v. 171, 2008, 800-815.

GREEN, David M.

Church, D., D.M. Green, G. Hammerson, J. Mitchell, G. Parra Olea and G. Santos Barrerra). Amphibians of the Nearctic Region. In S.N. Stuart , M. Hoffmann , J.S. Chanson , N.A. Cox , R.J. Berridge , P. Ramani , B.E. Young (editors). Threatened Amphibians of the World.  Lynx Ediciones, Madrid. 2008. pp. 85-92.

Woodhams, D.C., V.L. Kilburn, L.K. Reinert, J.Voyles, D. Medina, R. Ibañez, A.D. Hyatt, D.G. Boyle, J. Pask, D. M. Green, and L.A. RollinsSmith. Association of chytridiomycosis with amphibian population declines continues in Panama EcoHealth. DOI: 10.1007/s10393-008-0190-0. 2008.

LeeYaw, J.A., J.T. Irwin and D.M. Green. Postglacial range expansion from northern refugia by the wood frog, Rana sylvatica. Molecular Ecology v. 17, 2008, pp. 867-884.

Frost, D.R. T. Grant, J.Faivovich, R.H. Bain, A. Haas, C.F.B. Haddad, R.O. de Sa, A. Channing, M. Wilkinson, S.C. Donnellan, C.J. Raxworthy, J.A. Campbell, B.L. Blotto, P. Moler , R.C. Drewes, R.A. Nussbaum, J.D. Lynch, D.M. Green, and W.C. Wheeler. 2008. Is the Amphibian Tree of Life really fatally flawed? Cladistics v. 24, 2008, pp. 385-395.

Carroll, R.L., J. Irwin and D.M. Green. 2005. Thermal physiology and the origin of terrestriality in vertebrates. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 143:345-358.

Green, D.M. 2005. Designatable units for status assessment of endangered species. Conservation Biology 19:1813-1820.

Green, D.M. 2005. The biology of amphibian declines. pp. 58 - 72. In Declining Amphibians: a United States’ Response to the Global Phenomenon. M.J. Lannoo (ed.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

Lourie, S.A., D.M. Green and A.C.J. Vincent. 2005. Dispersal, habitat differences and comparative phylogeography of Southeast Asian seahorses seahorses (Syngnathidae: Hippocampus). Molecular Ecology 14:1073-1094.

Ouellet, M., I. Mikaelian,, B.D. Pauli, J. Rodrigue, and D.M. Green. 2005. Historical evidence of widespread chytrid infection in North American amphibian populations. Conservation Biology 5:1431-1440.

Smith, M.A, and D.M. Green. 2005. Dispersal and the metapopulation paradigm in amphibian ecology and conservation: are all amphibian populations metapopulations? Ecography 28:110-128.

Green, D.M. 2004. Structure and evolution of B-chromosomes in amphibians. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 106:235-242

Smith, M.A, and D.M. Green. 2004. Phylogeography of Bufo fowleri at its northern range limit. Molecular Ecology 13:3723-3733.

Green, D.M. 2003. The ecology of extinction: population fluctuation and decline in amphibians. Biological Conservation. 111:331-343.

Green, D.M., and C. Parent. 2003. Variable and asymmetric introgression in a hybrid zone in the toads, Bufo americanus and B. fowleri. Copeia 2003:34-43.

Blaustein, A.R., T.L. Root, J. M. Kiesecker, L.K. Belden, D.H. Olson and D.M. Green. 2002. Amphibian phenology and climate change. Conservation Biology 16:1454-1455.

Gray, H.M., M. Ouellet, D.M. Green, and A.S. Rand 2002. Traumatic injuries in two neotropical frogs, Dendrobates auratus and Physalaemus pustulosus. Journal of Herpetology 36:117-121.

Green, D.M. 2002. Chromosome polymorphism in Archey's Frog (Leiopelma archeyi) from New Zealand. Copeia 2002:204-207.

Blaustein, A.R., L.K. Belden, D.H. Olson, D.M. Green, T.L. Root and J. M. Kiesecker. 2001. Amphibian breeding and climate change. Conservation Biology 15:1804-1809.

Freedman, W., L. Roger, P. Ewins and D.M. Green. 2001. Species at risk in Canada. pp. 26-48. in Politics of the Wild. R. Boardman and K.Beazley (eds.). Oxford Univ. Press., Don Mills, Ontario.

Green, D.M., R.L. Carroll, and V.-H. Reynoso. 2001. Patrones de extinctión en anfibios: pasado y presente. Pp. 169-200. In. Enfoques Contemporáneos para el Estudio de la Biodiversidad (Contemporary approaches for the study of Biodiversity). Instituto De Biología, Univ. Nat. Auton. México. (in Spanish)

Landolfa, M., D. M. Green, and R. Chase. 2001. Dart shooting influences paternal reproductive success in the snail Helix aspersa (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora) Behavioral Ecology 12:773-777.

Brinkman, J.N., S.K. Sessions, A. Houben, and D.M. Green. 2000. Structure and evolution of supernumerary chromosomes in the Pacific Giant salamander, Dicamptodon tenebrosus. Chromosome Research 8:477-485

Green, D.M. 2000. How do amphibians go extinct? Pp. 29-35. in L. Darling (ed.), Proc. Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk. British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria.

Green, D.M. 2000. Species risk assessment in at the Canadian federal level: a changing role for COSEWIC. Pp. 935-938. in L. Darling (ed.), Proc. Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk. British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria.

Philip, N.S. and D.M. Green. 2000. Recovery and enhancement of faded cleared and double-stained specimens. Biotechnic and Histochemistry. 75:193-196.

Abourachid, A. and D.M. Green. 1999. Origins of the frog-kick? Alternate-leg swimming in primitive frogs, familes Leiopelmatidae and Ascaphidae. Journal of Herpetology. 33:657-663.

Sharbel, T.F., D.M. Green, and A. Houben. 1998. B chromosome origin in the endemic New Zealand frog Leiopelma hochstetteri through sex chromosome devolution. Genome 41:14-22.

Sagor, E.S., M. Ouellet, E. Barten, and D.M. Green. 1998. Geographic variation in age structure in the Wood frog, Rana sylvatica. Journal of Herpetology 32:469-474

Green, D.M. 1997. Perspectives on amphibian population declines: defining the problem and searching for answers. Herpetological Conservation 1:291-308.

Green, D.M. 1997. Temporal variation in abundance and age structure in Fowler's toads (Bufo woodhousii fowleri) at Long Point, Ontario. Herpetological Conservation 1:45-56.

Green, D.M., H. Kaiser, T.F. Sharbel, J. Kearsley, and K.R. McAllister. 1997. Cryptic species of spotted frogs, Rana pretiosa complex, from Western North America. Copeia 1997:1-8.

Green, D.M. and C. Pustowka. 1997. Correlated morphological and allozyme variation in the hybridizing toads, Bufo americanus and Bufo hemiophrys. Herpetologica 53:218-228.

Shirose, L.J., C.A. Bishop, D.M. Green, C.J. MacDonald, R.J. Brooks and N.J. Helferty. 1997. Validation tests of an amphibian call count survey technique in Ontario, Canada. Herpetologica 53:312-320.

HENDRY, Andrew

Hendry, A.P., D.I. Bolnick, D. Berner, and C. L. Peichel. 2009. Along the speciation continuum in stickleback. Journal of Fish Biology. In press. [A keynote address for the 2009 Stickleback Behaviour and Evolution meeting]

McKellar, A.E., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. How humans differ from other animals in their levels of morphological variation. PLoS ONE. In press.

Raeymaekers, J.A.M., L. Delaire, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Genetically-based differences in nest characteristics between lake, inlet, and hybrid threespine stickleback from the Misty system, British Columbia, Canada. Evolutionary Ecology Research. In press.

Hendry, A.P. 2009. Speciation. Nature 458:162-164.

Pelletier, F., D. Garant, and A.P. Hendry (Editors). 2009. Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 364:1483-1640.

Lahti, D., N.A. Johnson, B.C. Ajie, S.P. Otto, A.P. Hendry, D.T. Blumstein, R.G. Coss, K. Donohue, and S.A. Foster. 2009. Relaxed selection in the wild. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. In press.

Hendry, A.P. 2009. Ecological speciation! Or the lack thereof? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66: 1383–1398. [J. C. Stevenson Memorial Lecture, 2008]

Sharpe, D.M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Life history change in commercially exploited fish stocks: an analysis of trends across studies. Evolutionary Applications 2:260–275.

Gordon, S.P., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, M.J. Bryant, D.J. Weese, K. Räsänen, N.P. Millar, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Adaptive changes in life history and survival following a new guppy introduction. American Naturalist 174:34-45.

Berner, D., A.-C. Grandchamp, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Variable progress toward ecological speciation in parapatry: stickleback across eight lake-stream transitions. Evolution 63:1740-1753.

Pelletier, F., D. Garant, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Eco-evolutionary dynamics. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B. Biological Sciences 364:1483-1489.

Moore, J.-S., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Can gene flow have negative demographic consequences? Mixed evidence from stream threespine stickleback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 364:1533-1542.

DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, D. Garant, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Evolutionary potential of a large marine vertebrate: quantitative genetic parameters in a wild population. Evolution 63:1051-1067.

McKellar, A.E., M.M. Turcotte, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Environmental factors influencing adult sex ratio in Trinidadian guppies. Oecologia 159:735-745.

Hendry, A.P., S.K. Huber, L. De León, A. Herrel, and J. Podos. 2009. Disruptive selection in a bimodal population of Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 276:753-759.

Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Five questions on ecological speciation addressed with individual-based simulations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:109-123.

Herrel, A., J. Podos, B. Vanhooydonck, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Force-velocity trade-off in Darwin’s finch jaw function: a biomechanical basis for ecological speciation? Functional Ecology 23:119-125.

Vergeer, P., Ouborg, N.J., and Hendry, A.P.) Genetic considerations in introduction efforts. In S. Carroll and C. Fox (editors). Conservation biology – evolution in action. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK, 2008, pp. 116-129.

Morbey, Y.E., and Hendry, A.P.) Adaptation of salmonids to spawning habitat. In D. Sear and P. DeVries (editors). Salmon spawning habitat in rivers: physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, 2008, pp. 15-65.

Larsson, H.C.E. Palatal kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex. In P. Larsen, and K. Carpenter (editors). 100 years of Tyrannosaurus rex. Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis, 2008. pp 245-252.

Larsson, H.C.E. Palatal kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex. In P. Larsen, and K. Carpenter (editors). 100 years of Tyrannosaurus rex. Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis, 2008. pp 245-252.

Hendry, A.P., and Waples, R.S., editors. Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications, v. 1, 2008, pp. 183-423.

Hendry, A.P. and Gonzalez, A. Whither adaptation? Biology and Philosophy, v. 23, 2008, 673-699.

Delcourt, M., Räsänen, K. and Hendry, A.P. Genetic and plastic components of divergent male inter-sexual behavior in Misty lake/stream stickleback. Behavioral Ecology, v. 19, 2008, pp. 1217-1224.

Berner, D., Adams, D.C., Grandchamp, A.-C. and Hendry, A.P. Natural selection drives patterns of lake-stream divergence in stickleback foraging morphology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, v. 21, 2008, pp. 1653-1665.

Sharpe, D.M.T., Räsänen, K., Berner, D. and Hendry, A.P. Genetic and environmental contributions to the morphology of lake and stream stickleback: implications for gene flow and reproductive isolation. Evolutionary Ecology Research, v. 10, 2008, pp. 849-866.

DiBattista, J.D., Feldheim, K.A., Thibert-Plante, X., Gruber, S.H. and Hendry, A.P. A genetic assessment of polyandry and breeding site fidelity in lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology, v. 17, 2008, pp. 3337-3351.

Räsänen, K. and Hendry, A.P.. Disentangling interactions between adaptive divergence and gene flow when ecology drives diversification. Ecology Letters, v. 11, 2008, pp. 624-636.

Hendry, A.P. Darwin in the fossils. Nature, v. 451, 2008, pp. 779-780.

DiBattista, J.D., Feldheim, K.A., Gruber, S.H. and Hendry, A.P.. Are indirect genetic benefits associated with polyandry? Testing predictions in a natural population of lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology, v. 17, 2008, pp. 783-795.

Hendry, A.P., Farrugia, T. and Kinnison, M.T.. Human influences on rates of phenotypic change in wild animal populations. Molecular Ecology, v. 17, 2008, pp. 20-29.

Foster, D., Podos, J. and Hendry, A.P.. A geometric morphometric appraisal of beak shape in Darwin’s finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, v. 21, 2008, pp. 263-275.

Waples, R.S. and Hendry, A.P. Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications, v. 1, 2008, pp. 183-188.

Crozier, L.G., Hendry, A.P., Lawson, P.W., Quinn, T.P., Mantua, N.J., Battin, J., Shaw, R.G. and Huey, R.B. Evolutionary responses to climate change for organisms with complex life histories: Columbia River salmon as a case in point. Evolutionary Applications, v. 1, 2008, pp.252-270.

Carlson, S.M., R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. In press. Predation by bears drives senescence in natural populations of salmon. PLoS ONE.

DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. In press. Are indirect genetic benefits associated with polyandry? Testing predictions in a natural population of lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology.

Foster, D., J. Podos, and A.P. Hendry. In press. A geometric morphometric appraisal of beak shape in Darwin’s finches. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

Hendry, A.P., T. Farrugia, and M.T. Kinnison. In press. Human influences on rates of phenotypic change in wild animal populations. Molecular Ecology.

Morbey, Y.E., and A.P. Hendry. In press. Adaptation of salmonids to spawning habitat. Pages xx-xx in D. Sear, P. DeVries, and S. Greig (editors). Salmon spawning habitat in rivers: physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda.

Skelly, D.K., L.N. Joseph, H.P. Possingham, L.K. Freidenburg, T.J. Farrugia, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. In press. Evolutionary responses to climate change. Conservation Biology.

Vergeer, P., N.J. Ouborg, and A.P. Hendry. In press. Genetic considerations in introduction efforts. Pages xx-xx in S. Carroll and C. Fox (editors). Conservation biology – evolution in action. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, UK.

Berner, D., D.C. Adams, A.-C. Grandchamp, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Natural selection drives patterns of lake-stream divergence in stickleback foraging morphology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2008.01583.x

Crispo, E. In press. The modifying effects of phenotypic plasticity on interactions among natural selection, adaptation, and gene flow. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

Crispo, E., and L.J. Chapman. 2008. Population genetic structure across dissolved oxygen regimes in an African cichlid fish. Molecular Ecology 17: 2134-2148.

Delcourt, M., K. Räsänen, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Genetic and plastic components of divergent male intersexual behavior in Misty lake/stream stickleback. Behavioral Ecology. doi:10.1093/beheco/arn084

DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Are indirect genetic benefits associated with polyandry? Testing predictions in a natural population of lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology 17:783-795.

DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, X. Thibert-Plante, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2008. A genetic assessment of polyandry and breeding site fidelity in lemon sharks. Molecular Ecology 17:3337-3351.

Gardezi, T., and A. Gonzalez. 2008. Scale dependence of species-energy relationships: evidence from fishes in thousands of lakes. American Naturalist 171:800-815.

Hendry, A.P., and A. Gonzalez. 2008. Whither adaptation? Biology and Philosophy. doi:10.1007/s10539-008-9126-x Herrel, A., J. Podos, B. Vanhooydonck, and A.P. Hendry. In press. Force-velocity trade-off in Darwin’s finch jaw function: a biomechanical basis for ecological speciation? Functional Ecology.

Parrott, L., R. Proulx and X. Thibert-Plante. 2008. 3D metrics for the analysis of spatiotemporal data in ecology. Ecological Informatics.

Räsänen, K., and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Disentangling interactions between adaptive divergence and gene flow when ecology drives diversification. Ecology Letters 11:624-626.

Sharpe, D.M.T., K. Räsänen, D. Berner, A.P. Hendry. In press. Genetic and environmental contributions to the morphology of lake and stream stickleback: implications for gene flow and reproductive isolation. Evolutionary Ecology Research.

Thibert-Plante, X., and A.P. Hendry. In press. Five questions on ecological speciation addressed with individual-based simulations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

Waples, R.S., and A.P. Hendry. 2008. Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications 1:183-188.

Carlson, S. M., A. P. Hendry, and B. H. Letcher. 2007. Growth rate differences between resident native brook trout and non-native brown trout. Journal of Fish Biology 20: 201-212.

Carroll, S.P., A.P. Hendry, D. Reznick, and C.W. Fox. 2007. Evolution on ecological time scales. Functional Ecology 21:387-393.

DiBattista, J.D., K.A. Feldheim, S.H. Gruber, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. When bigger is not better: selection against large size, high condition, and fast growth in juvenile lemon sharks. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:201-212.

Garant, D., S.E. Forde, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. The multifarious effects of dispersal and gene flow on contemporary adaptation. Functional Ecology 21:434-443

Hendry, A.P. 2007. The Elvis paradox. Nature 446:147-150.

Hendry, A.P., S.P. Carroll, and D.N. Reznick (Editors). 2007. Evolution on ecological time scales. Functional Ecology 21:387-377.

Hendry, A.P., P. Nosil, and L.H. Rieseberg. 2007. The speed of ecological speciation. Functional Ecology 21:455-464.

Huber, S.K., L.F. De Leon, A.P. Hendry, E. Bermingham, and J. Podos. 2007. Reproductive isolation of sympatric morphs in a population of Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 274:1709-1714.

Karim, N., S.P. Gordon, A.K. Schwartz, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. This is not déjà vu all over again: male guppy colour in a new experimental introduction. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1339-1350.

Kinnison, M.T., A.P. Hendry, and C.A. Stockwell. 2007. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology II: Impediments to integration and application. Ecological Research 22:947-954.

Moore, J.-S., J.L. Gow, E.B. Taylor, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. Quantifying the constraining influence of gene flow on adaptive divergence in the lake-stream threespine stickleback system. Evolution 61:2015-2026.

Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2007. A test for the parallel co-evolution of male colour and female preference in Trinidadian guppies. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:71-90.

Crispo, E, P. Bentzen, D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. The relative influence of natural selection and geography on gene flow in guppies. Molecular Ecology.

Hendry, A.P., P.R. Grant, B.R. Grant, H.A. Ford, M.J. Brewer, and J. Podos. 2006. Possible human impacts on adaptive radiation: beak size bimodality in Darwin’s finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 273:1887-1894.

Hendry, A.P., M.L. Kelly, M.T. Kinnison, and D.N. Reznick. 2006. Parallel evolution of the sexes? Effects of predation and habitat features on the size and shape of wild guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:741-754.

Podos, J., and A.P. Hendry. 2006. The biomechanics of ecological speciation. Pages 301-321 in A. Herrel, T. Speck, and N. Rowe (editors). Ecology and biomechanics: a mechanical approach to the ecology of animals and plants. Taylor and Francis, New York. PDF

Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Sexual selection and the detection of ecological speciation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8:399-413.

Stockwell, C.A., M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Evolutionary restoration ecology. Pages 113-137 in D. Falk, M. Palmer, and J. Zedler (editors). Foundations of restoration ecology. Island Press.

Millar, N.M., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Disentangling the selective factors that act on male coloration in wild guppies. Oikos 113:1-12.

Crispo, E., and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Does time since colonization influence isolation by distance? A meta-analysis. Conservation Genetics 6: 665-682.

Hendry, A.P. 2005. The power of natural selection. Nature 433:649-695.

Hendry, A.P., and T. Day. 2005. Population structure attributable to reproductive date: isolation-by-time and adaptation-by-time. Molecular Ecology 14:901-916.

Herrel, A., J. Podos, S.K. Huber, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Bite performance and morphology in a population of Darwin’s finches: implications for the evolution of beak shape. Functional Ecology. 19:43-48.

Herrell, J. Podos, S.K. Huber, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Evolution of bite force in Darwin’s finches: a key role for head width. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18:669-675.

Huey, R.B., G.W. Gilchrist, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Using invasive species to study evolution. Pages 139-164 in D.F. Sax, S.D. Gaines, and J.J. Stachowicz (editors). Species invasions: insights to ecology, evolution and biogeography. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.

Patterson, I. G., E. Crispo, A. P. Hendry, M. T. Kinnison, and P. Bentzen. 2005. Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Molecular Ecology Notes 5:269-271.

Morbey, Y.E., C.E. Brassil, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Rapid senescence in Pacific salmon. American Naturalist 166:556-568.

Moore, J.-S., and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Both selection and gene flow are necessary to explain adaptive divergence: evidence from clinal variation in stream stickleback. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7:871-886.

Carlson, S.M., A.P. Hendry, and B.H. Letcher. 2004. Natural selection acting on size, growth rate, and compensatory growth: an empirical test in a wild trout population. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:955–973.

Einum, S., M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2004. Evolution of egg size and number. Pages 126–153 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

Gende, S.P., T.P. Quinn, R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and B. Dickerson. 2004. Brown bears selectively kill salmon with higher energy content but only in habitats facilitating choice. Oikos 104:518-528.

Hendry, A.P. 2004. Selection against migrants contributes to the rapid evolution of ecologically-dependent reproductive isolation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:1219–1236.

Hendry, A.P., and E. Beall. 2004. Energy use in spawning Atlantic salmon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 13:185-196.

Hendry, A.P., T. Bohlin, B. Jonsson, and O.K. Berg. 2004. To sea or not to sea: Anadromy versus non-anadromy in salmonids. Pages 92–125 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

Hendry, A.P., V. Castric, M.T. Kinnison, and T.P. Quinn. 2004. The evolution of philopatry and dispersal: homing versus straying in salmonids. Pages 91–52 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

Hendry, A.P., Y.E. Morbey, O.K. Berg, and J.K. Wenburg. 2004. Adaptive variation in senescence: reproductive life span in a wild salmon population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 271:259-266.

Hendry, A.P., and S.C. Stearns (Editors). 2004. Evolution illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford University Press. 510 pp.

Hendry, A.P., and E.B. Taylor. 2004. How much of the variation in adaptive divergence can be explained by gene flow: an evaluation using lake/stream stickleback. Evolution 58:2319–2331.

Kinnison, M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2004. Tempo and mode in salmon evolution. Pages 208–231 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

Stearns, S.C., and A.P. Hendry. 2004. The salmonid contribution to key issues in evolution. Pages 3–19 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

Hendry, A.P., and T. Day. 2003. Revisiting the positive correlation between female size and egg size. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:421-429.

Hendry, A.P., B.H. Letcher, and G. Gries. 2003. Estimating natural selection acting on stream-dwelling Atlantic salmon: implications for the restoration of extirpated populations. Conservation Biology 17:795-805.

Stockwell, C.A., A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2003. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:94-101.

Einum, S., A.P. Hendry, and I.A. Fleming. 2002. Egg size evolution in aquatic environments: does oxygen availability constrain egg size? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. Biological Sciences 269:2325-2330.

Hendry, A.P. 2002. QST > = ≠ < FST? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17:502.

Hendry, A.P., E.B. Taylor, and J.D. McPhail. 2002. Adaptive divergence and the balance between selection and gene flow: lake and stream stickleback in the Misty system. Evolution 56:1199-1216.

Hendry, M.A., J.K. Wenburg, K. Myers, and A.P. Hendry. 2002. Genetic and phenotypic variation through the season provides evidence for multiple populations of wild steelhead in the Dean River, British Columbia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:418-434.

Berg, O.K., A. P. Hendry, B. Henriksen, C. Bech, J.V. Arnekleiv, and A. Lohrmann. 2001. Maternal provisioning of offspring and the use of those resources during development: variation within and among Atlantic salmon families. Functional Ecology 15:13-23.

Hendry, A.P. 2001. Adaptive divergence and the evolution of reproductive isolation in the wild: an empirical demonstration using introduced sockeye salmon. Genetica. 112-113:515-534.

Hendry, A.P. 2001. Something fishy. American Scientist 89:293.

Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Causes and consequences of breeding location choice: empirical evidence within a population of sockeye salmon. Oikos 93:406-418.

Hendry, A.P., T. Day, and A.B. Cooper. 2001. Optimal propagule size and number: allowance for discrete stages, and effects of maternal size on total reproductive output and offspring fitness. American Naturalist 157:387-407.

Hendry, A.P., T. Day, and E.B. Taylor. 2001. Population mixing and the adaptive divergence of quantitative characters in discrete populations: a theoretical framework for empirical tests. Evolution 55:459-466.

Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 2001. An introduction to microevolution: rate, pattern, process. Genetica. 112-113:1-8.

Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison (Editors). 2001. Microevolution: Rate, Pattern, Process. Genetica 112/113:1-534. Also published as a book in the Contemporary Issues in Genetics and Evolution series.

Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E. Volk, T.P. Quinn. 2001. Examining evidence of reproductive isolation in sockeye salmon. Science 291:1853a.

Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E. Volk, T.P. Quinn. 2001. Evolution of sockeye salmon ecotypes. Science 291:251-252.

Kinnison, M.T., and A.P. Hendry. 2001. The pace of modern life. II. From rates to pattern and process. Genetica. 112-113:145-164.

Kinnison, M.T., M.J. Unwin, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Migratory costs and the evolution of egg size and number in introduced and indigenous salmon populations. Evolution. 55:1656-1667.

Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and G.B. Buck. 2001. Balancing natural and sexual selection in sockeye salmon: interactions between body size, reproductive opportunity and vulnerability to predation by bears. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 3:917-937.

Hendry, A.P., A.H. Dittman, and R.W. Hardy. 2000. Proximate composition, reproductive development, and a test for trade-offs in captive sockeye salmon. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 129:1082-1095.

Hendry, A.P., S.M. Vamosi, S.J. Latham, J.C. Heilbuth, and T. Day. 2000. Questioning species realities. Conservation Genetics 1:67-76.

Hendry, A.P., J.K. Wenburg, P. Bentzen, E.C. Volk, and T.P. Quinn. 2000. Rapid evolution of reproductive isolation in the wild: evidence from introduced salmon. Science 290:516-518.

Griffith, J.N., A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 1999. Exploratory behavior or straying: adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) entering a non-natal hatchery. Fishery Bulletin 97: 713-716.

Hendry, A.P., and O.K. Berg. 1999. Secondary sexual characters, energy use, senescence, and the cost of reproduction in sockeye salmon. Can. J. Zool. 77:1663-1675.

Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 1999. Condition dependence and adaptation-by-time: breeding date, life history, and energy allocation in a population of salmon. Oikos 85:499-514.

Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 1999. The pace of modern life: measuring rates of microevolution. Evolution 53:1637-1653.

Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and E.C. Volk. 1999. Natural otolith microstructure patterns reveal precise homing to natal incubation sites by sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Can. J. Zool. 77:766-775.

Hendry, A.P., and M.T. Kinnison. 1998. Taking time with microevolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13:76-77.

Hendry, A.P., J.E. Hensleigh, and R.R. Reisenbichler. 1998. Incubation temperature, developmental biology and the divergence of sockeye salmon within Lake Washington. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55:1387-1394.

Hensleigh, J.E., and A.P. Hendry. 1998. Rheotactic response of fry from beach-spawning populations of sockeye salmon: evolution after selection is relaxed. Can. J. Zool. 76:2186-2193.

Hendry, A.P., and T.P. Quinn. 1997. Variation in adult life history and morphology among populations of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) within Lake Washington, WA, in relation to habitat features and ancestral affinities. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54:75-84.

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IRWIN, Mitch

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Irwin, M.T. Feeding ecology of diademed sifakas (Propithecus diadema) in forest fragments and continuous forest. International Journal of Primatology, v. 29,  2008, pp. 95-115.

Johnson, S. E., Lei, R., Martin, S. K., Irwin, M. T., Louis, E. E. Does Eulemur cinereiceps exist? Preliminary evidence from genetics and ground surveys in southeastern Madagascar. American Journal of Primatology, v. 70, 2008, pp. 372-385.

Irwin, M.T. Diademed sifaka (Propithecus diadema) ranging and habitat use in continuous and fragmented forest: Higher density but lower viability in fragments? Biotropica, v. 40, 2008, pp. 231-240.

LARSSON, Hans

Larsson, H.C.E. Palatal kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex. In P. Larsen, and K. Carpenter (editors). 100 years of Tyrannosaurus rex. Indiana University Press, Bloomington & Indianapolis, 2008. pp 245-252.

Sereno, P.C., R. N. Martinez, J.A. Wilson, D.J. Varricchio, O.A. Alcober, and H.C.E. Larsson. Evidence for avian intrathoracic air sacs in a new predatory dinosaur from Argentina. PLoS ONE v.3, 2008, e3303.

Harrison, L. B., and H.C.E. Larsson. Estimating evolution of temporal sequence changes: a practical approach to inferring ancestral developmental sequences and sequence heterochrony. Systematic Biology  v. 57. 2008. pp. 378-387.

Vavrek, M.J., H.C.E. Larsson and N. Rybczynski. In Press. A Late Triassic flora from east-central Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

de Boef, M., and H.C.E. Larsson. 2007. Bone microstructure: quantifying bone vascular orientation. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:63-70.

Larsson, H.C.E., and H.-D. Sues. 2007. Cranial osteology and phylogenetic relationships of Hamadasuchus rebouli (Crocodyliformes: Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Cretaceous of Morocco. Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society, 95 pp.

Larsson, H.C.E. 2007. MODES of Developmental Evolution: origin and definition of the autopodium; 57pp. in J.S. Anderson and H.-D. Sues (eds.), Major Transitions in Vertebrate Evolution. Indiana University Press.

Larsson, H.C.E. 2007. Palatal kinesis of Tyrannosaurus rex. 19 pp. in P. Larsen and K. Carpenter (eds.), 100 years of Tyrannosaurus rex. Indiana University Press.

Maxwell, E. E. and H.C.E. Larsson. 2007. The osteology and myology of the wing of the Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae), and its bearing on the evolution of vestigial structures. Journal of Morphology. 57 pp.

Wagner, G. P., and H.C.E. Larsson. 2007. Fins/Limbs in the Study of Evolutionary Novelties; pp. 49-61 in B.K. Hall (ed.), Fins into Limbs: Evolution, Development, and Transformation, University of Chicago Press.

Fröbisch, N.B., R.L. Carroll and R.R. Schoch. 2007. Limb ossification in the Paleozoic branchiosaurid Apateon (Temnospondyli) and the early evolution of preaxial dominance in tetrapod limb development. Evolution & Development 9(1): 69-75.

Damiani, R., C.A. Sidor, J.-S. Steyer, R.M.H. Smith, F.R. O'Keefe, H.C.E. Larsson, A. Maga, O. Ide. 2006. The vertebrate fauna of the Upper Permian of Niger-V, The primitive temnospondyl Saharastega moradiensis. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 559-572.

O'Keefe, F. R., C. A. Sidor, C. A., H. C. E. Larsson, A. Maga, O. Ide. 2006. Evolution and homology of the astragalus in early amniotes: new fossils, new perspectives. Journal of Morphology 267:415-425.

Steyer, J.S., Damiani, R., Sidor, C.A., O'Keefe, F.R., Larsson, H.C.E., Maga, A., and Ide, O. 2006. The vertebrate fauna of the Upper Permian of Niger. IV. Nigerpeton ricqlesi (Temnospondyli: Cochleosauridae), and the edopoid colonization of Gondwana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26:18-28.

Larsson, H.C.E. 2005. Hatching of an accountable science. Science 307:520. [book review]

O'Keefe, F. R., C. A. Sidor, C. A., H. C. E. Larsson, A. Maga, O. Ide. 2005. Vertebrate fauna of the Upper Permian of Niger - III, morphology and ontogeny of the hindlimb of Moradisaurus grandis (Reptilia, Captorhinidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25:309-319.

Sidor, C.A., F. R. O'Keefe, R. Damiani, J. S. Steyer, R. M. H. Smith, H. C. E. Larsson, P. C. Sereno, O. Ide, A. Maga. 2005. Permian tetrapods from the Sahara show climate-controlled endemism in Pangea. Nature 434: 886-889.

Larsson, H. C. E. and G. P. Wagner. 2003. Old morphologies misinterpreted. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(1): 10.

Larsson, H. C. E. 2003. Jurassic Spark : Philip Currie. Time, November 3: 52-53.

Sereno, P.C., C. A. Sidor, H. C. E. Larsson, and B. Gado. 2003. A new notosuchian from the Early Cretaceous of Niger. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 23(2):477-482.

Wagner, G.P., and H.C.E. Larsson. 2003. What is the promise of developmental evolution? III. The crucible of developmental evolution. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular Biology and Evolution) 300B:1-4.

Larsson, H.C.E. and G. P. Wagner. 2002. The pentadactyl ground state of the avian wing. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular and Developmental Evolution) 294:146-151.

Larsson, H.C.E. 2001. The endocranial anatomy of Carcharodontosaurus saharicus (Theropoda: Allosauroidea) and its implications for theropod brain evolution; pp. 19-33 in D. Tanke and K. Carpenter (eds.), Mesozoic Vertebrate Life. Indiana University Press.

Sereno, P.C., H. C. E. Larsson, C. A. Sidor, and B. Gado. 2001. The giant crocodyliform Sarcosuchus from the Cretaceous of Africa. Science 294:1516-1519.

Larsson, H.C.E. 2000. Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Archosauriform Skeleton. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Chicago, 500pp.

Larsson, H.C.E. and B. Gado. 2000. A new Early Cretaceous crocodyliform from Niger. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 214(1):131-141.

Larsson, H.C.E., P. C. Sereno, and J. A. Wilson. 2000. Forebrain enlargement among nonavian theropod dinosaurs. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 20(3):615-618.

Larsson, H.C.E. and C. A. Sidor. 1999. Unusual crocodyliform teeth from the Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian) of southeastern Morocco. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 19(2):398-401.

Sereno, P.C., A. B. Beck, D. B. Dutheil, H. C. E. Larsson, G. H. Lyon, B. Moussa, R. W. Sadleir, C. A. Sidor, D. J. Varricchio, G. P. Wilson, and J. A. Wilson. 1999. Cretaceous sauropods from the Sahara and the uneven rate of skeletal evolution among dinosaurs. Science 286:1342-1347.

Larsson, H.C.E. 1998. A new method for comparing ontogenetic and phylogenetic data and its application to the evolution of the crocodylian secondary palate. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 210(3):345-368.

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Sereno, P.C., D. B. Duthiel, M. Iarochene, H. C. E. Larsson, G. H. Lyon, P. M. Magwene, C. A. Sidor, D. J. Varricchio, and J. A. Wilson. 1996. Predatory dinosaurs from the Sahara and Late Cretaceous faunal differentiation. Science 272:986-991.

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LOURIE, Sara A.

Lourie, S.A. and R.H. Kuiter. Three new pygmy seahorse species from Indonesia (Teleostei: Syngnathidae: Hippocampus). Zootaxa v. 1963. 2008, pp. 54-68

Lourie, S.A., S. Foster, E.W.T. Cooper, and A.C.J. Vincent (2004). A guide to the identification of seahorses. CITES/WWF North America. 118pp.

Lourie, S.A., A.C.J. Vincent and H.J. Hall (1999). Seahorses: an identification guide to the world’s species and their conservation. Project Seahorse, London. 214pp. Reprinted as CD-rom (2001)

Nadeau, J.L., J.M.R. Curtis and S.A. Lourie (submitted). Preservation causes shrinkage in seahorses: implications for biological studies and managing sustainable trade using minimum size limits. Aquatic Conservation.

Spalding, M.D., H.E. Fox, G.R. Allen, N. Davidson, Z.A. Ferdaña, M. Finlayson, B.S. Halpern, N. Jorge, A. Lombana, S.A. Lourie, K.D. Martin, E. McManus, J. Molnar, C.A. Recchia, J. Robertson (in press). Marine Ecoregions of the World: a bioregionalization of coast and shelf areas. Bioscience.

Teske, P.R., S.A. Lourie, C.A. Matthee and D.M. Green (2007). Hippocampus queenslandicus Horne, 2001 – a new seahorse species or yet another synonym? Australian Journal of Zoology.

Lourie, S.A. Spatial genetic patterns in the Hippocampus barbouri species group (Teleostei: Syngnathidae) across the Coral Triangle (2006). Proceedings of the 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan, 28 June-2 July, 2004. pp 478-484. Ed. Y. Suzuki et al.

Morgan, S.K. & Lourie, S.A. Threatened Fishes of the World (2006): Hippocampus comes Cantor1850 (Syngnathidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 75 (3): 311-313

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Teske P.R., Hamilton H., Palsbøll P.J., Choo C-K., Gabr H., Lourie, S.A., Santos M., Sreepada A., Cherry M.I., Matthee C.A. (2005) Molecular evidence for long-distance colonization in an Indo-Pacific seahorse lineage. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 286: 249-260

Lourie, S.A., D.M. Green, and A.C.J. Vincent (2005). Dispersal, habitat differences, and comparative phylogeography of Southeast Asian seahorses (Syngnathidae:Hippocampus). Molecular Ecology 14: 1073-1094

Lourie, S.A. Wallace’s Line for a marine fish: phylogeography of the three-spot seahorse Hippocampus trimaculatus (Syngnathidae: Teleostei) in Southeast Asia (2004). Journal of Biogeography. 31: 1975-1985

Lourie, S. A. and A.C.J. Vincent. Using biogeography to help set priorities in marine conservation (2004). Conservation Biology 18: 1004-1020

Lourie, S.A. and Randall, J.E (2003). A new pygmy seahorse, Hippocampus denise (Teleostei: Syngnathidae) from the Indo-Pacific. Zoological Studies. 42(2): 284-291

Lourie, S.A. Measuring seahorses (2003). Project Seahorse Technical Report No.4, Version 1.0. Project Seahorse, Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia. 15 pp.

Lourie, S.A (2003). Fin-clipping procedure for seahorses. Project Seahorse Technical Bulletin No. 3, Version 1.1. Project Seahorse, Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia. 4 pp.

Lourie, S.A. 2000. Seahorse chaos: the importance of taxonomy to conservation. Biodiversity. 1(2): 24-27

Lourie, S.A (2001). Field survey report: seahorses (Hippocampus) of Indonesia. Report to LIPI (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)

Lourie, S.A. and D.M. Tompkins (2000). Diets of Malaysian swiftlets. Ibis. 142(2): 596-602

Lourie, S.A., J.C. Pritchard, S.P. Casey, S.K. Truong, H.J. Hall, and A.C.J. Vincent (1999). The taxonomy of Vietnam’s exploited seahorses. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 66(2): 231-56

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MAXWELL, Erin

Maxwell, E.E. Ossification sequence of the avian order Anseriformes, with comparison to other precocial birds. Journal of Morphology v. 269, 2008, pp. 1095-1113.

Maxwell, E.E., N.B. Frobisch, and A.C. Heppleston. Variability and conservation in late chondrichthyan development – ontogeny of the winter skate (Leucoraja ocellata). The Anatomical Record v. 291, 2008, pp. 1079-1087.

Maxwell, E.E. and L.B. Harrison. Ossification sequence of the Common Tern (Sterna hirundo) and its implications for the interrelationships of the Lari (Aves, Charadriiformes). Journal of Morphology v. 269, 2008, pp. 1056-1072.

MILLIEN, Virginie

Millien, V. The largest among the smallest: the body mass of the giant rodent Josephoartigasia monesi. Proc. R. Soc. B, v. 275, 2008. pp. 253-255.

Millien, V. (2007). Spurious or Island Effect? A Response to J. A. Perez-Claros and J. C. Aledo’s Comment on “Morphological Evolution Is Accelerated among Island Mammals”. PloS Biology, 5(7): e176.

Millien, V. (2006). Mammalian evolution is accelerated on islands. PloS Biology, 4(10): e321.

Millien, V., Lyons, S. K., Olson, L., Smith, F. A., Wilson, A. B. & Yom-Tov, Y. (2006) Ecotypic variation in the context of global climate change: revisiting the rules. Ecology Letters, 9: 853–869.

Millien, V. & Damuth, J. (2004). Climate change and size evolution in an island rodent species: new perspectives on the island rule. Evolution, 58:1353-1360.

Millien, V. (2004). Relative effects of climate change, isolation and competition on body size evolution in the Japanese field mouse Apodemus argenteus. Journal of Biogeography, 31:1267-1276.

Denys, C., Lecompte, E., Granjon, L., Baylac, M. Cordeiro, P., Cornette, R., Dobigny, G., Fichet-Calvet, E., Hugot, J.-P., Meslage, C., Millien, V., Petrillo, P., Volobouev, V. & Welz, M. (2003). Integrative systematics: the importance of combining various techniques for increasing knowledge of African murinae. In: Singleton, G. R., Hinds, L. A., Krebs, C. J. & Spratt, D. M. (eds) Rats, mice and people: rodent biology and management : 499-506.

Millien, V. & Jaeger, J.-J. (2001). Size evolution of the lower incisor of Microtia, a genus of endemic murine rodents from the late Neogene of Gargano, Southern Italy. Paleobiology, 27: 379-391.

Renaud, S. & Millien, V. (2001). Intra- and interspecific morphological variation in the field mouse species Apodemus argenteus and A. speciosus in the Japanese archipelago: the role of insular isolation and biogeographic gradients. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74: 557-569.

Millien-Parra, V. & Loreau, M. (2000). Community composition and size structure of murid rodents in relation to the biogeography of the Japanese archipelago. Ecography, 23: 413-423.

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Ricciardi, A. and H.J. MacIsaac. Evaluating the effectiveness of ballast water exchange policy in the Great Lakes.  Ecological Applications, v. 18, 2008, pp. 1321-1323.

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Ricciardi, A. 2007. Are modern biological invasions an unprecedented form of global change? Conservation Biology 21: 329-336.

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Ricciardi, A. 2006. Patterns of invasion of the Laurentian Great Lakes in relation to changes in vector activity. Diversity and Distributions 12: 425-433.

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Ricciardi, A. 2005. Facilitation and synergistic interactions among introduced aquatic species. In: H.A. Mooney, R.N. Mack, J. McNeely, L.E. Neville, P.J. Schei and J.K. Waage (editors), Invasive Alien Species: A New Synthesis. Island Press, Washington, D.C. pp. 162-178.

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Ricciardi, A. 2004. Assessing species invasions as a cause of extinction. (Letter) Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 619.

Ricciardi, A. and S.K. Atkinson. 2004. Distinctiveness magnifies the impact of biological invaders in aquatic ecosystems. Ecology Letters 7: 781-784.

Ricciardi, A. and F.G. Whoriskey. 2004. Exotic species replacement: Shifting dominance of dreissenid mussels in the Soulanges Canal, upper St. Lawrence River, Canada. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23: 507-514.

Ricciardi, A. 2003. Predicting the impacts of an introduced species from its invasion history: an empirical approach applied to zebra mussel invasions. Freshwater Biology 48: 972-981.

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