Arne O. Mooers, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biological Sciences Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Phylogenetics, speciation
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Stein RW, Mull CG, Kuhn TS, et al. (2018) Global priorities for conserving the evolutionary history of sharks, rays and chimaeras. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Tucker CM, Cadotte MW, Carvalho SB, et al. (2016) A guide to phylogenetic metrics for conservation, community ecology and macroecology. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Redding DW, Mooers AO. (2015) Ranking Mammal Species for Conservation and the Loss of Both Phylogenetic and Trait Diversity. Plos One. 10: e0141435
Dembo M, Matzke NJ, Mooers AØ, et al. (2015) Bayesian analysis of a morphological supermatrix sheds light on controversial fossil hominin relationships. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Stein RW, Brown JW, Mooers AØ. (2015) A molecular genetic time scale demonstrates Cretaceous origins and multiple diversification rate shifts within the order Galliformes (Aves). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Redding DW, Mooers AO, Şekercioğlu ÇH, et al. (2015) Global evolutionary isolation measures can capture key local conservation species in Nearctic and Neotropical bird communities. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 370: 20140013
Faye L, Matthey-Doret R, Mooers AO. (2015) Valuing species on the cheap Animal Conservation. 18: 313-314
Volkmann LA, Statham MJ, Mooers AO, et al. (2015) Genetic distinctiveness of red foxes in the Intermountain West as revealed through expanded mitochondrial sequencing Journal of Mammalogy. 96: 297-307
Redding DW, Mazel F, Mooers AO. (2014) Measuring Evolutionary Isolation for Conservation. Plos One. 9: e113490
Vamosi JC, Moray CM, Garcha NK, et al. (2014) Pollinators visit related plant species across 29 plant-pollinator networks. Ecology and Evolution. 4: 2303-15
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