Exploring the Effects of Evolutionary History on Global Patterns of Diversity
Principal Investigator: Patrick R. Stephens
This research uses results of advances in molecular biology and computational techniques to explore the origins of large-scale patterns of species richness.
Current Trends in Plant and Animal Population Monitoring
David M. Marsh and Peter C. Trenham
Conservation Biology 22 (3) 647-655 Abstract
J. Lenoir, J.C. Gegout,
P.A. Marquet, et al.
Science 32 (5884) 1768-1771
Increased Avian Diversity is Associated with Lower Incidence of Human West Nile Infection: Observation of the Dilution Effect
John P. Swaddle and Stavros E. Calos
PLoSONE 25 June 2008
ScienceDaily June 25, 2008
NCEAS Sponsors Conferences:
Environmental Information Management 2008 Sept 10-11
6th International Conference on Ecological Informatics (ISEI6) Dec 2-5
Sergio A. Navarrete, Bernardo B. Broitman, and Bruce A. Menge
Ecology 89(5) 1308-1322
Metrics of avian community structure and human incidence of West Nile Virus, select counties, eastern U.S. See Swaddle and Calos, 2008
A Cross-system Synthesis of Consumer and Nutrient Resource Control on Producer Biomass
Daniel S. Gruner, et al.
Ecology Letters 11(7) 740-755 Abstract
The Evolutionary Ecology of Metacommunities
Mark C. Urban, et al.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23(6) 311-317
Kevin D. Lafferty, Stefano Allesina et al.
Ecology Letters 11(6) 533-546
A General Model for Food Web Structure
Stefano Allesina, David Alonso, and Mercedes Pascual
Science 320(5876) Abstract
Sixty Years of Environmental Change in the World’s Largest Freshwater Lake--Lake Baikal, Siberia
Stephanie E. Hampton, Lyubov R. Izmest'eva, Marianne V. Moore, Stephen L. Katz, et al.
Global Change Biology 14(8) 1947-1958
NCEAS Founding & Interim Director Bill Murdoch Elected to National Academy of Sciences