Leigh Van Valen, Ph.D

Ecology and Evolution University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Paleontology, Paleobiology, Mammalian evolution, Macroevolution, Sex, Species Selection, Fatness is Fitness, Lewd Singing
"Leigh Van Valen"


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Vinton Thompson grad student 1969-1974 Chicago
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Liow LH, Van Valen L, Stenseth NC. (2011) Red Queen: from populations to taxa and communities. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 26: 349-58
Van Valen L. (2009) How ubiquitous is adaptation? A critique of the epiphenomenist program Biology and Philosophy. 24: 267-280
Van Valen L. (2005) The statistics of variation Variation. 29-47
Van Valen L. (2004) Adaptation and the origin of rodents Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 110-119
Van Valen LM. (1996) On interdisciplinary and such Biology and Philosophy. 11: 255-257
Van Valen LM. (1993) Serial homology: the crests and cusps of mammalian teeth Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 38: 145-158
Brand CR, Van Valen LM, Jones D. (1992) Sizing-up the brain [1] Nature. 359: 768
Van Valen LM. (1990) Age changes vs. natural selection in human skeletal traits, and statistics for their study International Journal of Anthropology. 5: 281-282
Van Valen LM. (1989) Our ancestors. Nature. 338: 304
Van Valen LM. (1989) A cost of progress. Nature. 339: 248
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