Ignacio Quintero

2013-2018 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Ignacio Quintero"


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John J. Wiens research assistant 2012-2012 SUNY Stony Brook (Evolution Tree)
Walter Jetz grad student 2013-2018 Yale
Hélène Morlon post-doc 2019- ENS Paris (Evolution Tree)
Carlos Daniel Cadena research scientist 2011-2011 Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia (Evolution Tree)
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Quintero I, Landis MJ, Jetz W, et al. (2023) The build-up of the present-day tropical diversity of tetrapods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2220672120
Quintero I, Suchard MA, Jetz W. (2022) Macroevolutionary dynamics of climatic niche space. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20220091
Medina I, M Perez D, Silva ACA, et al. (2022) Nest architecture is linked with ecological success in songbirds. Ecology Letters
Landis MJ, Quintero I, Muñoz MM, et al. (2022) Phylogenetic inference of where species spread or split across barriers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2116948119
Jarzyna MA, Quintero I, Jetz W. (2020) Global functional and phylogenetic structure of avian assemblages across elevation and latitude. Ecology Letters
Quintero I, Landis MJ. (2019) Interdependent Phenotypic and Biogeographic Evolution Driven by Biotic Interactions. Systematic Biology
Quintero I, Jetz W. (2018) Global elevational diversity and diversification of birds. Nature
Quintero I, Keil P, Jetz W, et al. (2015) Historical Biogeography Using Species Geographical Ranges. Systematic Biology. 64: 1059-73
Quintero I, González-Caro S, Zalamea PC, et al. (2014) Asynchrony of seasons: genetic differentiation associated with geographic variation in climatic seasonality and reproductive phenology. The American Naturalist. 184: 352-63
Quintero I, Wiens JJ. (2013) Rates of projected climate change dramatically exceed past rates of climatic niche evolution among vertebrate species. Ecology Letters. 16: 1095-103
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