David W. Bapst, Ph.D

2017- Geology & Geophysics Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
Paleobiology, Phylogenetics,
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Sandra J. Carlson collaborator
Selina R Cole collaborator
Melanie J. Hopkins collaborator
Graeme Lloyd collaborator
Nicholas J. Matzke collaborator
Charles E. Mitchell collaborator
Holly A. Schreiber collaborator
Carl Simpson collaborator
April M. Wright collaborator
David F. Wright collaborator
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Hopkins MJ, Bapst DW, Simpson C, et al. (2018) The inseparability of sampling and time and its influence on attempts to unify the molecular and fossil records Paleobiology. 44: 561-574
Bapst DW, Schreiber HA, Carlson SJ. (2017) Combined Analysis of Extant Rhynchonellida (Brachiopoda) Using Morphological and Molecular Data. Systematic Biology
Bapst DW, Hopkins MJ. (2017) Comparing cal3 and other a posteriori time-scaling approaches in a case study with the pterocephaliid trilobites Paleobiology. 43: 49-67
Lloyd GT, Bapst DW, Friedman M, et al. (2016) Probabilistic divergence time estimation without branch lengths: dating the origins of dinosaurs, avian flight and crown birds. Biology Letters. 12
Bapst DW, Wright AM, Matzke NJ, et al. (2016) Topology, divergence dates, and macroevolutionary inferences vary between different tip-dating approaches applied to fossil theropods (Dinosauria). Biology Letters. 12
Bapst DW. (2014) Assessing the effect of time-scaling methods on phylogeny-based analyses in the fossil record Paleobiology. 40: 331-351
Bapst DW. (2013) When can clades be potentially resolved with morphology? Plos One. 8: e62312
Bapst DW. (2013) A stochastic rate-calibrated method for time-scaling phylogenies of fossil taxa Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 4: 724-733
Bapst DW, Bullock PC, Melchin MJ, et al. (2012) Graptoloid diversity and disparity became decoupled during the Ordovician mass extinction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 3428-33
Bapst DW. (2012) Paleotree: An R package for paleontological and phylogenetic analyses of evolution Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 3: 803-807
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