Chris J. Law

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2013- Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
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Rita S. Mehta grad student 2013- UC Santa Cruz
John J. Flynn post-doc 2019- AMNH (Neurotree)
Sharlene E. Santana post-doc 2019- University of Washington Burke Museum (Evolution Tree)
Robert S. Voss post-doc 2019- AMNH (Evolution Tree)
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Law CJ, Blackwell EA, Curtis AA, et al. (2022) Decoupled evolution of the cranium and mandible in carnivoran mammals. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Lang MM, Bertrand OC, San Martin-Flores G, et al. (2022) Scaling patterns of cerebellar petrosal lobules in Euarchontoglires: Impacts of ecology and phylogeny. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007)
Law CJ. (2021) Ecological Drivers of Carnivoran Body Shape Evolution. The American Naturalist. 198: 406-420
Higham TE, Ferry LA, Schmitz L, et al. (2021) Linking ecomechanical models and functional traits to understand phenotypic diversity. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Law CJ. (2020) Sex-specific ontogenetic patterns of cranial morphology, theoretical bite force, and underlying jaw musculature in fishers and American martens. Journal of Anatomy
Law CJ. (2019) Solitary meat-eaters: solitary, carnivorous carnivorans exhibit the highest degree of sexual size dimorphism. Scientific Reports. 9: 15344
Law CJ, Mehta RS. (2019) Dry versus wet and gross: Comparisons between the dry skull method and gross dissection in estimations of jaw muscle cross-sectional area and bite forces in sea otters. Journal of Morphology
Law CJ. (2019) Evolutionary shifts in extant mustelid (Mustelidae: Carnivora) cranial shape, body size and body shape coincide with the Mid-Miocene Climate Transition. Biology Letters. 15: 20190155
Law CJ, Slater GJ, Mehta RS. (2019) Shared extremes by ectotherms and endotherms: body elongation in mustelids is associated with small size and reduced limbs. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Law CJ, Duran E, Hung N, et al. (2018) Effects of diet on cranial morphology and biting ability in musteloid mammals. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
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