Jacquelyn Lee Gill

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
paleoecology, climate change, biogeography
"Jacquelyn Gill"
Cross-listing: Evolution Tree - Meteorology Tree


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John W. (Jack) Williams grad student 2005-2012 UW Madison
 (The Biogeography of Biotic Upheaval: No-analog Plant Associations and the End-Pleistocene Megafaunal Extinctions.)
Dov F. Sax post-doc 2012- Brown


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Jeffrey M. Martin grad student 2014- University of Maine (Evolution Tree)


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Jeffrey M. Martin collaborator 2013- University of Maine (Evolution Tree)
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Gill JL. (2015) ECOLOGY. Learning from Africa's herbivores. Science (New York, N.Y.). 350: 1036-7
Gill JL, Blois JL, Benito B, et al. (2015) A 2.5-million-year perspective on coarse-filter strategies for conserving nature's stage. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology. 29: 640-8
Wang Y, Gill JL, Marsicek J, et al. (2015) Pronounced variations in Fagus grandifolia abundances in the Great Lakes region during the Holocene Holocene. 26: 578-591
Gill JL. (2014) Ecological impacts of the late Quaternary megaherbivore extinctions. The New Phytologist. 201: 1163-9
Seddon AWR, Mackay AW, Baker AG, et al. (2014) Looking forward through the past: Identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology Journal of Ecology. 102: 256-267
Williams JW, Blois JL, Gill JL, et al. (2013) Model systems for a no-analog future: species associations and climates during the last deglaciation. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1297: 29-43
Gill JL, Mclauchlan KK, Skibbe AM, et al. (2013) Linking abundances of the dung fungus sporormiella to the density of bison: Implications for assessing grazing by megaherbivores in palaeorecords Journal of Ecology. 101: 1125-1136
Gill JL, Blois JL, Goring S, et al. (2012) Paleoecological changes at Lake Cuitzeo were not consistent with an extraterrestrial impact. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: E2243; author reply
Blaauw M, Holliday VT, Gill JL, et al. (2012) Age models and the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: E2240; author reply
Schwartz MW, Hellmann JJ, McLachlan JM, et al. (2012) Managed relocation: Integrating the scientific, regulatory, and ethical challenges Bioscience. 62: 732-743
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