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Anna Michelle Lawing, MS, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Ecosystem Science and Management Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
Area:
Vertebrate evolution, herpetology, climate change biology
Website:
http://www.nimbios.org/~alawing/
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"A Michelle Lawing"
Bio:

MS from University of Texas at Arlington, PhD from Indiana University Bloomington, postdoctoral fellow at NIMBios center at University of Tennessee Knoxville, assistant professor at Texas A&M University.

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Parents

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Emília P. Martins grad student 2007-2012 Indiana University
 (The geographic and morphologic response of species and communities to their climate and environment.)
P. David Polly grad student 2007-2012 Indiana University
 (The geographic and morphologic response of species and communities to their climate and environment.)
Brian Christopher O'Meara post-doc University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Children

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Louis Addae-Wireko grad student 2014- Texas A & M
John J. Jacisin grad student 2016- Texas A & M
Leila Siciliano-Martina grad student 2016- Texas A & M
James West grad student 2018- Texas A & M
Breann M. S. Richey grad student 2020- Texas A & M
Wesley Vermillion grad student 2014-2016 Texas A & M
Chase Brooke grad student 2015-2017 Texas A & M
Rachel Short grad student 2016-2020 Texas A & M
Beth A. Reinke post-doc Texas A & M
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Publications

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Lauer DA, Lawing AM, Short RA, et al. (2023) Disruption of trait-environment relationships in African megafauna occurred in the middle Pleistocene. Nature Communications. 14: 4016
McGuire JL, Lawing AM, Díaz S, et al. (2023) The past as a lens for biodiversity conservation on a dynamically changing planet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2201950120
Short RA, McGuire JL, Polly PD, et al. (2023) Trophically integrated ecometric models as tools for demonstrating spatial and temporal functional changes in mammal communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2201947120
Balk MA, Deck J, Emery KF, et al. (2022) A solution to the challenges of interdisciplinary aggregation and use of specimen-level trait data. Iscience. 25: 105101
Reinke BA, Cayuela H, Janzen FJ, et al. (2022) Diverse aging rates in ectothermic tetrapods provide insights for the evolution of aging and longevity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 376: 1459-1466
Siciliano-Martina L, Michaud M, Tanis BP, et al. (2022) Endocranial volume increases across captive generations in the endangered Mexican wolf. Scientific Reports. 12: 8147
Walkup DK, Lawing AM, Hibbitts TJ, et al. (2022) Biogeographic consequences of shifting climate for the western massasauga (). Ecology and Evolution. 12: e8599
Lawing AM, McCoy M, Reinke BA, et al. (2021) A Framework for Investigating Rules of Life by Establishing Zones of Influence. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Siciliano-Martina L, Light JE, Lawing AM. (2021) Cranial morphology of captive mammals: a meta-analysis. Frontiers in Zoology. 18: 4
Short RA, Pinson K, Lawing AM. (2021) Comparison of environmental inference approaches for ecometric analyses: Using hypsodonty to estimate precipitation. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 587-598
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