Jennifer A. Clarke, Ph.D.

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2004 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
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Vaida Thompson grad student 2004 UNC Chapel Hill
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Déaux EC, Allen AP, Clarke JA, et al. (2016) Concatenation of 'alert' and 'identity' segments in dingoes' alarm calls. Scientific Reports. 6: 30556
Déaux ÉC, Charrier I, Clarke JA. (2016) The bark, the howl and the bark-howl: Identity cues in dingoes' multicomponent calls. Behavioural Processes
Huang J, Wang X, Hu Y, et al. (2016) A new ornithurine from the Early Cretaceous of China sheds light on the evolution of early ecological and cranial diversity in birds. Peerj. 4: e1765
Gignac PM, Kley NJ, Clarke JA, et al. (2016) Diffusible iodine-based contrast-enhanced computed tomography (diceCT): an emerging tool for rapid, high-resolution, 3-D imaging of metazoan soft tissues. Journal of Anatomy
Proffitt JV, Clarke JA, Scofield RP. (2016) Novel insights into early neuroanatomical evolution in penguins from the oldest described penguin brain endocast. Journal of Anatomy
Eliason CM, Shawkey MD, Clarke J. (2016) EVOLUTIONARY SHIFTS IN THE MELANIN-BASED COLOR SYSTEM OF BIRDS. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Li Z, Clarke JA. (2016) The Craniolingual Morphology of Waterfowl (Aves, Anseriformes) and Its Relationship with Feeding Mode Revealed Through Contrast-Enhanced X-Ray Computed Tomography and 2D Morphometrics Evolutionary Biology. 43: 12-25
Li Z, Clarke JA, Ketcham RA, et al. (2015) An investigation of the efficacy and mechanism of contrast-enhanced X-ray Computed Tomography utilizing iodine for large specimens through experimental and simulation approaches. Bmc Physiology. 15: 5
Déaux ÉC, Clarke JA, Charrier I. (2015) Aggressive Bimodal Communication in Domestic Dogs, Canis familiaris. Plos One. 10: e0142975
Wang X, Clarke JA. (2015) The evolution of avian wing shape and previously unrecognized trends in covert feathering. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
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