Daniel S. Moen, Ph.D.

2012 Ecology and Evolution Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Herpetology, systematics
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John J. Wiens grad student 2012 SUNY Stony Brook
 (The origins of diversity in frog communities: phylogeny, morphology, performance, and dispersal.)
Kevin de Queiroz grad student 2011-2012 National Museum of Natural History
 (Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellow)
Hélène Morlon post-doc 2012-2014
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Moen DS, Cabrera-Guzmán E, Caviedes-Solis IW, et al. (2022) Phylogenetic analysis of adaptation in comparative physiology and biomechanics: overview and a case study of thermal physiology in treefrogs. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 225
Prinzing A, Pavoine S, Jactel H, et al. (2021) Disturbed habitats locally reduce the signal of deep evolutionary history in functional traits of plants. The New Phytologist
Moen DS, Ravelojaona RN, Hutter CR, et al. (2021) Testing for adaptive radiation: A new approach applied to Madagascar frogs. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Billaud O, Moen DS, Parsons TL, et al. (2020) Estimating Diversity Through Time Using Molecular Phylogenies: Old and Species-Poor Frog Families are the Remnants of a Diverse Past. Systematic Biology. 69: 363-383
Mendoza E, Azizi E, Moen DS. (2020) What explains vast differences in jumping power within a clade? Diversity, ecology and evolution of anuran jumping power Functional Ecology. 34: 1053-1063
Juarez BH, Moen DS, Adams DC. (2020) A Morphological Method to Approximate Jumping Performance in Anurans for Macroevolutionary Studies Evolutionary Biology. 47: 260-271
Moen DS. (2019) What Determines the Distinct Morphology of Species with a Particular Ecology? The Roles of Many-to-One Mapping and Trade-Offs in the Evolution of Frog Ecomorphology and Performance. The American Naturalist. 194: E81-E95
Kulyomina Y, Moen DS, Irschick DJ. (2019) The relationship between habitat use and body shape in geckos. Journal of Morphology. 280: 722-730
Bars-Closel M, Kohlsdorf T, Moen DS, et al. (2017) Diversification rates are more strongly related to microhabitat than climate in squamate reptiles (lizards and snakes). Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Moen DS, Wiens JJ. (2017) Microhabitat and Climatic Niche Change Explain Patterns of Diversification among Frog Families. The American Naturalist. 190: 29-44
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