Kenneth H. Kozak, PhD

Affiliations: 
Bell Museum of Natural History University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
phylogenetics, herpetology, biogeography
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Allan Larson grad student 2005 Washington University
 (Evolutionary and ecological diversification in eastern North American plethodontid salamanders: Speciation, ecomorphological divergence, and community assembly in a salamander biodiversity hotspot.)
John J. Wiens post-doc SUNY Stony Brook

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Amy M. Schneider Luxbacher grad student 2008-2014 UMN
Matthew J. Dufort grad student 2008-2015 UMN
Ben T. Lowe grad student 2008-2015 UMN
Tricia M. Markle grad student 2008-2015 UMN
Matthew E. Gifford post-doc 2008-2010
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Weaver S, Shepard DB, Kozak KH. (2020) Developmental life history is associated with variation in rates of climatic niche evolution in a salamander adaptive radiation. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Lyons MP, Kozak KH. (2020) Vanishing islands in the sky? A comparison of correlation‐ and mechanism‐based forecasts of range dynamics for montane salamanders under climate change Ecography. 43: 481-493
Pierson TW, Deitloff J, Sessions SK, et al. (2019) Morphological Polymorphism Associated with Alternative Reproductive Tactics in a Plethodontid Salamander. The American Naturalist. 193: 608-618
Markle TM, Kozak KH. (2018) Low acclimation capacity of narrow-ranging thermal specialists exposes susceptibility to global climate change. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 4644-4656
Kozak KH. (2017) What Drives Variation in Plethodontid Salamander Species Richness over Space and Time? Herpetologica. 73: 220-228
Kozak KH, Wiens JJ. (2016) What explains patterns of species richness? The relative importance of climatic-niche evolution, morphological evolution, and ecological limits in salamanders. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 5940-9
Kozak KH, Wiens JJ. (2016) Testing the Relationships between Diversification, Species Richness, and Trait Evolution. Systematic Biology
Lyons MP, Shepard DB, Kozak KH. (2016) Determinants of Range Limits in Montane Woodland Salamanders (Genus Plethodon) Copeia. 2016: 101-110
Boyer SL, Markle TM, Baker CM, et al. (2016) Historical refugia have shaped biogeographical patterns of species richness and phylogenetic diversity in mite harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones, Cyphophthalmi) endemic to the Australian Wet Tropics Journal of Biogeography
Graham CH, Carnaval AC, Cadena CD, et al. (2014) The origin and maintenance of montane diversity: Integrating evolutionary and ecological processes Ecography. 37: 711-719
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