Jeremy Jackson

Evolutionary Biology, Marine Ecology
"Jeremy Jackson"
Cross-listing: Marine Ecology Tree


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Donald C. Rhoads grad student 1970


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Stephen R. Palumbi research assistant (Marine Ecology Tree)
Terry P. Hughes grad student (Marine Ecology Tree)
Les Kaufman grad student (Marine Ecology Tree)
Leo W. Buss grad student 1975-1979 Johns Hopkins
Robert Steneck grad student 1978-1982 Johns Hopkins (Marine Ecology Tree)
Julia K. Baum post-doc (Marine Ecology Tree)
Aaron O'Dea post-doc 2002-2010 Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (Marine Ecology Tree)
Richard K. Allen post-doc 2007-2010 (Marine Ecology Tree)
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Simpson C, Herrera-Cubilla A, Jackson JBC. (2020) How colonial animals evolve. Science Advances. 6: eaaw9530
Di Martino E, Jackson JBC, Taylor PD, et al. (2018) Differences in extinction rates drove modern biogeographic patterns of tropical marine biodiversity. Science Advances. 4: eaaq1508
Simpson C, Jackson JBC, Herrera-Cubilla A. (2017) Evolutionary Determinants of Morphological Polymorphism in Colonial Animals. The American Naturalist. 190: 17-28
Hughes TP, Barnes ML, Bellwood DR, et al. (2017) Coral reefs in the Anthropocene. Nature. 546: 82-90
O'Dea A, Lessios HA, Coates AG, et al. (2016) Formation of the Isthmus of Panama. Science Advances. 2: e1600883
Cramer KL, Leonard-Pingel JS, Rodríguez F, et al. (2015) Molluscan subfossil assemblages reveal the long-term deterioration of coral reef environments in Caribbean Panama. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 96: 176-87
Saucède T, Griffiths H, Moreau C, et al. (2015) East Weddell Sea echinoids from the JR275 expedition. Zookeys. 1-10
Jackson JA, Linse K, Whittle R, et al. (2015) The evolutionary origins of the southern ocean Philobryid bivalves: hidden biodiversity, ancient persistence. Plos One. 10: e0121198
Jacquet J, Estes J, Jackson J, et al. (2015) Ocean Calamities: Hyped Litany or Legitimate Concern? Bioscience. 65: 745-746
Johnson AE, Jackson JBC. (2015) Fisher and diver perceptions of coral reef degradation and implications for sustainable management Global Ecology and Conservation. 3: 890-899
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