Robert R. Sokal, Ph.D.

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Ecology & Evolution Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
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Alfred Edwards Emerson grad student 1952 Chicago
Sewall Wright grad student 1952 (FlyTree)
 (Variation in a local population of Pemphigus.)
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Sokal RR, Oden NL, Thomson BA. (2012) A problem with synthetic maps. 1999. Human Biology. 84: 609-21
Sokal RR, Oden NL, Walker J, et al. (2012) Historical population movements in Europe influence genetic relationships in modern samples. 1996. Human Biology. 84: 581-606
Chen J, Sokal RR, Ruhlen M. (2012) Worldwide analysis of genetic and linguistic relationships of human populations. 1995. Human Biology. 84: 555-72
Sokal RR. (2012) Ancient movement patterns determine modern genetic variances in Europe. 1991. Human Biology. 84: 535-52
Derish PA, Sokal RR. (2012) A classification of European populations based on gene frequencies and cranial measurements: a map-quadrat approach. 1988. Human Biology. 84: 507-30
Sokal RR. (2012) A sketch of my scientific autobiography. Human Biology. 84: 489-505
Derish PA, Sokal RR. (2012) A classification of European populations based on Gene frequencies and cranial measurements: A Map'quadrat approach Human Biology. 84: 506-529
Oden NL, Sokal RR, Fortin M, et al. (2010) Categorical Wombling: Detecting Regions of Significant Change in Spatially Located Categorical Variables Geographical Analysis. 25: 315-336
Sokal RR, Oden NL, Thomson BA, et al. (2010) Testing for Regional Differences in Means: Distinguishing Inherent from Spurious Spatial Autocorrelation by Restricted Randomization Geographical Analysis. 25: 199-210
Sokal RR, Thomson BA. (2006) Population structure inferred by local spatial autocorrelation: an example from an Amerindian tribal population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 129: 121-31
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