Gene Hunt

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States 
"Gene Hunt"
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Martins MJF, Hunt G, Thompson CM, et al. (2020) Shifts in sexual dimorphism across a mass extinction in ostracods: implications for sexual selection as a factor in extinction risk. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20200730
Chiu WR, Yasuhara M, Cronin TM, et al. (2020) Marine latitudinal diversity gradients, niche conservatism and out of the tropics and Arctic: Climatic sensitivity of small organisms Journal of Biogeography. 47: 817-828
Nogueira AAE, Ramos MIF, Hunt G. (2019) Taxonomy of Ostracods from the Pirabas Formation (Upper Oligocene to Lower Miocene), Eastern Amazonia (Pará State, Brazil). Zootaxa. 4573: zootaxa.4573.1.1
Sibert E, Friedman M, Hull P, et al. (2018) Two pulses of morphological diversification in Pacific pelagic fishes following the Cretaceous-Palaeogene mass extinction. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Collins KS, Edie SM, Hunt G, et al. (2018) Extinction risk in extant marine species integrating palaeontological and biodistributional data. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Martins MJF, Puckett TM, Lockwood R, et al. (2018) High male sexual investment as a driver of extinction in fossil ostracods. Nature
Benson RBJ, Hunt G, Carrano MT, et al. (2017) Cope's rule and the adaptive landscape of dinosaur body size evolution Palaeontology. 61: 13-48
Yasuhara M, Hunt G, Okahashi H. (2017) Quaternary deep-sea ostracods from the north-western Pacific Ocean: global biogeography and Drake-Passage, Tethyan, Central American and Arctic pathways Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. 17: 91-110
Hunt G, Martins MJF, Puckett TM, et al. (2017) Sexual dimorphism and sexual selection in cytheroidean ostracodes from the Late Cretaceous of the U.S. Coastal Plain Paleobiology. 43: 620-641
Hunt G. (2017) Species Concepts in the Rocks Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 25: 441-442
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