How are ecological systems assembled? Identifying common structural patterns within complex networks of interacting species has […]
In a new and exciting paper in Nature Communications, we present the results of phylogenetic comparative […]
In collaboration with the Washington Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control, we  just […]
Why do some species have larger individuals in certain parts of their range?  In many animal species, body size tends to increase […]
Ph.D. student Katie Stanchak just published a new paper describing  the variation in the membrane and […]
Check out the new issue of the Anatomical Record, co-edited with Adam Hartstone-Rose and Damiano Marchi! […]
Why are there bats that do not echolocate, and how has body size and morphology constrained or […]
Why does the spectacled bear have facial stripes? Or why do canids have relatively plain faces? In […]
Former lab undergrad Kristin Campbell has just published her study on sea otter skull and bite […]
For her undergraduate honors thesis, Rochelle studied bat activity in North Coast vineyards. Using acoustic equipment, she […]
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