Bruce S. Lieberman

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Paleontology, Evolution and Development Biology
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Stephen J. Gould research assistant Harvard
Niles Eldredge grad student American Museum of Natural History (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Kimmig J, Couto H, Leibach WW, et al. (2019) Soft-bodied fossils from the upper Valongo Formation (Middle Ordovician: Dapingian-Darriwilian) of northern Portugal. Die Naturwissenschaften. 106: 27
Strotz LC, Saupe EE, Kimmig J, et al. (2018) Metabolic rates, climate and macroevolution: a case study using Neogene molluscs. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Strotz LC, Simões M, Girard MG, et al. (2018) Getting somewhere with the Red Queen: chasing a biologically modern definition of the hypothesis. Biology Letters. 14
Lieberman BS, Kurkewicz R, Shinogle H, et al. (2017) Disc-shaped fossils resembling porpitids or eldonids from the early Cambrian (Series 2: Stage 4) of western USA. Peerj. 5: e3312
Lieberman BS, Saupe EE. (2016) Palaeoniches get stitches: Analyses of niches informing macroevolutionary theory Lethaia. 49: 145-149
Simões M, Breitkreuz L, Alvarado M, et al. (2015) The Evolving Theory of Evolutionary Radiations. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Saupe EE, Qiao H, Hendricks JR, et al. (2015) Niche breadth and geographic range size as determinants of species survival on geological time scales Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24: 1159-1169
Myers CE, Stigall AL, Lieberman BS. (2015) PaleoENM: Applying ecological niche modeling to the fossil record Paleobiology. 41: 226-244
Hendricks JR, Stigall AL, Lieberman BS. (2015) The digital atlas of ancient life: Delivering information on paleontology and biogeography via the web Palaeontologia Electronica. 18
Saupe EE, Hendricks JR, Portell RW, et al. (2014) Macroevolutionary consequences of profound climate change on niche evolution in marine molluscs over the past three million years. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281
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