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UCMP Publications

This is a list of recent publications by UCMP curators, staff and students. All UCMP authors are linked back to their individual profile pages.


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2018

Kahanamoku, S.S., P.M. Hull, D.R. Lindberg, A.Y. Hsiang, E.C. Clites and S. Finnegan. 2018. Twelve thousand recent patellogastropods from a northeastern Pacific latitudinal gradient. Scientific Data, 5:170197.  Read it



2017

Arlidge, S. M., A. Thankos and J.R. Bean. 2017. Using the Understanding Science flowchart to illustrate and bring students' science stories to life. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 98:211-216.  Read it


Chen, C., K. Uematsu, K. Linse, J.D. Sigwart. 2017. By more ways than one: Rapid convergence in adaptations to hydrothermal vents shown by 3D anatomical reconstruction of Gigantopelta (Mollusca: Neomphalina). BMC Evolutionary Biology. 17: article 62.


Clemens, W.A. 2017 A pantodont (Mammalia) from the latest Puercan North American Land Mammal Age (earliest Paleocene) of the Western Interior. Historical Biology  Read it


Contreras, D.L., I.A.P. Duijnstee, S.L. Ranks, C.R. Marshall, C.V. Looy. 2017. The evolution of dispersal strategies in conifers: convergence and divergence in the morphology of diaspores. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 24:93−117.  Read it


Diaz-Medina, G., M. Hyzny, and A.A. Klompmaker. 2017. A lithostratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental framework for the Late Miocene El Caracolar section (Granada Basin, Betic Cordillera, Spain) and description of decapod crustaceans. Geobios, 50: 173 - 195.


Eagling, L.E., E.C. Ashton, A.C. Jensen, J.D. Sigwart, D. Murray and D. Roberts. 2017. Spatial and temporal differences in gonad development, sex ratios and reproductive output influence the sustainability of exploited populations of the European oyster, Ostrea edulis. Aquatic Conservation. (in press)


Geraldi, N., C. Bertollini, M.C. Emmerson, D. Roberts, J.D. Sigwart and N.E. O'Connor. 2017. Aggregations of brittle stars can provide similar ecological roles as mussel reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 563: 157 - 167.


Klompmaker, A.A. , M. Kowalewski, J.W. Huntley, and S. Finnegan. 2017. Increase in predator-prey size ratios throughout the Phanerozoic history of marine ecosystems. Science, 356: 1168 - 1170.


Klompmaker, A.A., R.W. Portell, and M.G. Frick. 2017. Comparative experimental taphonomy of eight marine arthropods indicates distinct differences in preservation potential. Palaeontology, 60: 773 - 794.


Luque, J., C.E. Schweitzer, W. Santana, R.W. Portell, F.J. Vega, and A.A. Klompmaker. 2017. Checklist of fossil decapod crustaceans from tropical America, Part I: Anomura and Brachyura. Nauplius, 25: e2017025.


Monson, T.A., M.F. Brasil, D.J. Stratford, and L.J. Hlusko. 2017. Patterns of craniofacial variation and taxonomic diversity in the South African Cercopithecidae fossil record. Palaeontologia Electronica, 20.1.7A: 1-20.  Read it


O'Dell, R.E., D.M. Erwin, P. Holroyd, B.D. Rankin and M. Ibraheem El - Faramawi. 2017. Flora and Fauna of the Holocene Oil Canyon oil-sands from the poorly understood San Joaquin Desert Biozone. In: Reynolds, R.E. (ed.) ECSZ Does It: Revisiting the Eastern California Shear Zone, 2017 Desert Symposium Volume, pp. 308 - 314.   Read it


Poust, A.W. 2017. Book Review: "The White River Badlands: Geology and Paleontology" by Benton, R.C., D.O. Terry Jr., E. Evanoff and H.G. McDonald. Priscum. 24(1):15 - 16.  Read it


Poust, A.W. and R.W. Boessenecker. 2017. Mandibles of the sea lion Proterozetes ulysses from the middle Pleistocene Port Orford Formation of Oregon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2017.1317637.  Read it


Schweitzer, C.E., R.M. Feldmann, H. Karasawa, O.D. Frantescu, and A.A. Klompmaker. 2017. Systematic Descriptions: Section Etyoida. Treatise Online 95. Part R, Revised, Volume 1, Chapter 8P, 9 p.


Sigwart, J.D. 2017. Molluscs all beneath the sun, one shell, two shells, more, or none. Current Biology, 27: R702 - R719.


Sigwart, J.D. and E. Schwabe. 2017. Anatomy of the many feeding types in polyplacophoran molluscs. Invertebrate Zoology. 14(2): 205 - 216.


Sigwart, J.D. and L. McLean. 2017. Contribution of Caulerpa spp. to marine mollusc species richness in the megadiverse Philippines. Visaya, 5: 67 - 73.


Sigwart, J.D., C. Chen and L. Marsh. 2017. Is mining the seabed bad for molluscs? The Nautilus, 131: 43 - 49.


Sigwart, J.D., C. Chen. 2017. Life history, patchy distribution, and patchy taxonomy in a shallow-water invertebrate (Mollusca: Polyplacophora: Lepidopleurida). Marine Biodiversity. doi: 10.1007/s12526-017-0688-1


Sigwart, J.D., M.D. Sutton and K.D. Bennett. 2017. How big is a genus? Towards a nomothetic systematics. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. doi: 10.1093/zoolinnean/zlx059


South, J., D. Welsh, A. Anton, J.D. Sigwart and J.T.A. Dick. 2017. Effects of increasing temperature to the functional response of the intertidal shanny Lipophrys pholis. Journal of Fish Biology. (in press)


Souto, C. and M. Martins. 2017. Os Equinodermos. Pp. 303 - 315. In Nunes, J.M.C., and M.R.B. de Matos, (eds.), Litoral norte da Bahia: caracterizacao ambiental, biodiversidade e conservacao. EDUFBA, Salvador. ISBN 978-85-232-1456-2. Notes: Title in English: The Echinoderms, In: North coast of Bahia: environmental characteristics, biodiversity and conservation.  Read it


Spano, N.G., C.S. Lane, S.W. Francis and T.C. Johnson. 2017. Discovery of Mount Mazama cryptotephra in Lake Superior (North America): Implications and potential applications. Geology, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1130/G39394.1  Read it


Sumner - Rooney, L.H. and J.D. Sigwart. 2017. Lazarus in the museum: resurrecting historic specimens through new technology. Invertebrate Zoology, 14(1): 73 - 84.


Swezey, D.S., J.R. Bean, A.T. Ninokawa, T.M. Hill, B. Gaylord, and E. Sanford. 2017. Interactive effects of temperature, food and skeletal mineralogy mediate biological responses to ocean acidification in a widely distributed bryozoan. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences; 284 (1853): 20162349 DOI:10.1098/rspb.2016.2349


Wosik, M., M.B. Goodwin and D.C. Evans. 2017. A nestling-sized skeleton of Edmontosaurus (Ornithischia, Hadrosauridae) from the Hell Creek Formation of northeastern Montana, USA, with an analysis of ontogenetic limb allometry. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 37(6): xxx - xxx.