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2002

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Ojaveer, H., E. Leppakoski, S. Olenin, and A. Ricciardi. 2002. Ecological impacts of alien species in the Baltic Sea and in the Great Lakes: an inter-ecosystem comparison. In: E. Leppäkoski, S. Olenin, and S. Gollasch (editors), Invasive Aquatic Species of Europe: Distributions, Impacts, and Management. Kluwer Scientific Publishers.

Irwin MT and Samonds KE (2002). Range extension of the Madagascar Red Owl (Tyto soumagnei) in Madagascar: The case of a rare, widespread species? Ibis 144:680-683.

Schwartz GT, Samonds KE, Godfrey LR, Jungers WL and Simons EL (2002). Dental microstructure and life history in subfossil lemurs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99(9): 6124-6129.

Lawson, B. 2002. Academic Anthropology and the Museum: Back to the Future. (Book Review). Anthropologica 44(2): 312-14.

Mountjoy, E.W., Savage, D.A., and Hofmann, H.J. 2002. Neoproterozoic Salient stromatolite reefs and platform, Jasper National Park Alberta and Mount Robson Provincial Park,B.C; regional relationships and significance. Abstract, 16th International Sedimentological Congress, Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa, p. 266.

Savage, D.A., Mountjoy, E.W., and Hofmann, H.J. 2002. Ediacaran (Neoproterozoic) platform carbonates, reefs, and Canada’s oldest shelly fossils, Salient Mountain, British Columbia. Geological Association of Canada – Mineralogical Association of Canada, Annual Mtg., Abstracts, p. 77, and poster.

Mountjoy, E.W., Savage, D.A., and Hofmann, H.J. 2002. Regional relationships and significance of Ediacaran stromatolite reef and platform, Salient Mountain, Mount Robson Provincial Park, B.C. Geological Association of Canada – Mineralogical Association of Canada, Annual Mtg., Abstracts, p. 104, and poster.


2001

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

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.

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.

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.

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)

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

Johnson, L.E., A. Ricciardi, and J.T. Carlton. 2001. Overland dispersal of aquatic invasive species: a risk assessment of transient recreational boating. Ecological Applications 11: 1789-1799.

MacIsaac, H.J., I.A. Grigorovich, and A. Ricciardi. 2001. Reassessment of species invasions concepts: Great Lakes basin as a model. Biological Invasions 3: 405-416.

Ricciardi, A. 2001. Facilitative interactions among aquatic invaders: Is an "invasional meltdown" occurring in the Great Lakes? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 2513-2525.

Godfrey LR, Samonds KE, Jungers WL and Sutherland MR (2001). Teeth, brains, and primate life histories. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 114: 192-214.

Lawson, B. 2001. 'Clothed and in their right mind': Women's Dress on Erromango, Vanuatu. Pacific Arts, n. 23 & 24, pp. 69-86.

Hofmann, H.J., and Mountjoy, E.W. 2001. Namacalathus-Cloudina assemblage in Neoproterozoic Miette Group (Byng Formation), British Columbia: Canada's oldest shelly fossils. Geology, v. 29, p. 1091–1094.

Hofmann, H.J. 2001. [Keynote address] Ediacaran enigmas, and puzzles from earlier times. Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada, Joint Annual Meetings, Abstracts, v.26, p.64-65.

Bisson, M. 2001. Interview with a Neanderthal: an experimental approach for reconstructing scraper production rules, and their implications for imposed form in Middle Palaeolithic tools, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, volume 11, number 2, 2001, pp. 165-84.


2000

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

Millien-Parra, V. (2000). Species differentiation among muroid rodents on the basis of their lower incisor size and shape: ecological and taxonomical implications. Mammalia, 64: 221-239.

Millien-Parra, V. (2000). The evolution of Microtia Freudenthal, 1976 (Mammalia, Rodentia), an endemic genus from the neogene of the Gargano island, Southern Italy. Bonn. Zool. Monogr., 46: 381-389.

Ricciardi, A. and H.J. MacIsaac. 2000. Recent mass invasion of the North American Great Lakes by Ponto-Caspian species. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 62-65.

Ricciardi, A., R.N. Mack, W.M. Steiner, and D.Simberloff. 2000. Toward a global information system for invasive species. BioScience 50: 239-244.

Hofmann, H.J. (2000): Archean stromatolites as microbial archives, In: R. Riding and S.M. Awramik (eds.), Microbial Sediments,Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 315-327