Publications of Arne Mooers


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124. Creighton, MJA; Greenberg, DA; Reader, SM; Mooers, AO.  (2021)   The role of behavioural flexibility in primate diversification.  Anim. Behav. 180: 269-290 DOI
123. Fernandez-Fournier, P; Lewthwaite, JMM; Mooers, AO.  (2021)   Do We Need to Identify Adaptive Genetic Variation When Prioritizing Populations for Conservation?  Conserv. Genet. 22: 205-216 DOI
122. Gibson, K; Olofsson, J; Mooers, AO; Monroe, MJ.  (2021)   Pulse grazing by reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) can increase the phylogenetic diversity of vascular plant communities in the Fennoscandian tundra.  Ecol. Evol. 11: 14598-14614 DOI  PubMed
121. Greenberg, DA; Pyron, RA; Johnson, LGW; Upham, NS; Jetz, W; Mooers, AO.  (2021)   Evolutionary legacies in contemporary tetrapod imperilment.  Ecol. Lett. 24: 2464-2476 DOI  PubMed
120. Guzman, LM; Johnson, SA; Mooers, AO; M'Gonigle, LK.  (2021)   Response to: Multiple measures of biodiversity change make for the strongest analyses with historical data.  Biol. Conserv. 260 DOI
119. Guzman, LM; Johnson, SA; Mooers, AO; M'Gonigle, LK.  (2021)   Using historical data to estimate bumble bee occurrence: Variable trends across species provide little support for community-level declines.  Biol. Conserv. 257 DOI
118. Higgins, K; Guerrel, J; Lassiter, E; Mooers, A; Palen, WJ; Ibanez, R.  (2021)   Observations on spindly leg syndrome in a captive population of Andinobates geminisae.  Zoo Biol. 40: 330-341 DOI  PubMed
117. Mooers, A; Tucker, CM.  (2021)   Useful plants have deep evolutionary roots.  Nat. Ecol. Evol. 5: 558-559 DOI  PubMed
116. Solis-Sosa, R; Mooers, AO; Larrivee, M; Cox, S; Semeniuk, CAD.  (2021)   A Landscape-Level Assessment of Restoration Resource Allocation for the Eastern Monarch Butterfly.  Front. Environ. Sci. 9 DOI
115. Wicke, K; Mooers, A; Steel, M.  (2021)   Formal Links between Feature Diversity and Phylogenetic Diversity.  Syst. Biol. 70: 480-490 DOI  PubMed
114. Biega, AM; Lamont, M; Mooers, A; Bowkett, AE; Martin, TE.  (2019)   Guiding the prioritization of the most endangered and evolutionary distinct birds for new zoo conservation programs.  Zoo Biol. 38: 305-315 DOI  PubMed
113. Cantalapiedra, JL; Aze, T; Cadotte, MW; Dalla Riva, GV; Huang, D; Mazel, F; Pennell, MW; Rios, M; Mooers, AO.  (2019)   Conserving evolutionary history does not result in greater diversity over geological time scales.  Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 286 DOI  PubMed
112. Lertzman-Lepofsky, G; Mooers, AO; Greenberg, DA.  (2019)   Ecological constraints associated with genome size across salamander lineages.  Proc. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 286 DOI  PubMed
111. Mazel, F; Pennell, MW; Cadotte, MW; Diaz, S; Dalla Riva, GV; Grenyer, R; Leprieur, F; Mooers, AO; Mouillot, D; Tucker, CM; Pearse, WD.  (2019)   Reply to: "Global conservation of phylogenetic diversity captures more than just functional diversity".  Nat. Commun. 10 DOI  PubMed
110. Monroe, MJ; Butchart, SHM; Mooers, AO; Bokma, F.  (2019)   The dynamics underlying avian extinction trajectories forecast a wave of extinctions.  Biol. Lett. 15 DOI  PubMed
109. Mooers, A. & Reynolds, J.D. (2019).  (2019)   Losing some species may matter more than losing others.  The Conversation  Website
108. Tucker, CM; Aze, T; Cadotte, MW; Cantalapiedra, JL; Chisholm, C; Diaz, S; Grenyer, R; Huang, DW; Mazel, F; Pearse, WD; Pennell, MW; Winter, M; Mooers, AO.  (2019)   Assessing the utility of conserving evolutionary history.  Biol. Rev. 94: 1740-1760 DOI  PubMed
107. Wilson, FM; Pappas, PA; Mooers, AO.  (2019)   The role of frequency of use in lexical change Evidence from Latin and Greek.  Diachronica 36: 584-612 DOI
106. Chaudhary, A; Mooers, AO.  (2018)   Terrestrial Vertebrate Biodiversity Loss under Future Global Land Use Change Scenarios.  Sustainability 10 DOI
105. Chaudhary, A; Pourfaraj, V; Mooers, AO.  (2018)   Projecting global land use-driven evolutionary history loss.  Divers. Distrib. 24: 158-167 DOI
104. Greenberg, DA; Palen, WJ; Chan, KC; Jetz, W; Mooers, AO.  (2018)   Evolutionarily distinct amphibians are disproportionately lost from human-modified ecosystems.  Ecology Letters 21 DOI  PubMed
103. Lewthwaite, JMM; Angert, AL; Kembel, SW; Goring, SJ; Davies, TJ; Mooers, AO; Sperling, FAH; Vamosi, SM; Vamosi, JC; Kerr, JT.  (2018)   Canadian butterfly climate debt is significant and correlated with range size.  Ecography 41 DOI
102. Mazel, F; Pennell, MW; Cadotte, MW; Diaz, S; Dalla Riva, GV; Grenyer, R; Leprieur, F; Mooers, AO; Mouillot, D; Tucker, CM; Pearse, WD.  (2018)   Prioritizing phylogenetic diversity captures functional diversity unreliably.  Nat. Commun. 9 DOI  PubMed
101. Mooers, A.  (2018)   Darwin Comes to Town How the Urban Jungle Drives Evolution.  Science 360 DOI
100. Mooers, AO; Greenberg, DA.  (2018)   Speciation far from the madding crowd.  Nature 559 DOI  PubMed
99. Steel, M; Pourfaraj, V; Chaudhary, A; Mooers, A.  (2018)   Evolutionary isolation and phylogenetic diversity loss under random extinction events.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 438: 151-155 DOI
98. Stein, RW; Mull, CG; Kuhn, TS; Aschliman, NC; Davidson, LNK; Joy, JB; Smith, GJ; Dulvy, NK; Mooers, AO.  (2018)   Global priorities for conserving the evolutionary history of sharks, rays and chimaeras.  Nat. Ecol. Evol. 2 DOI  PubMed
97. Biega, A; Greenberg, DA; Mooers, AO; Jones, OR; Martin, TE.  (2017)   Global representation of threatened amphibians ex situ is bolstered by non-traditional institutions, but gaps remain.  Animal Conservation 20: 113-119 DOI
96. Dembo, M; Mooers, A; Collard, M.  (2017)   "Rogue" Taxa and Hominin Phylogeny.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 162: 160-160
95. Greenberg, DA; Palen, WJ; Mooers, AO.  (2017)   Amphibian species traits, evolutionary history and environment predict Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection patterns, but not extinction risk.  Evol. Appl. 10: 1130-1145 DOI
94. Martin, TE; Biega, A; Greenberg, D; Mooers, AO.  (2017)   Asking the right questions about the role of zoos in amphibian conservation RESPONSE.  Animal Conservation 20: 126-127 DOI
93. Mazel, F; Mooers, AO; Dalla Riva, GV; Pennell, MW.  (2017)   Conserving Phylogenetic Diversity Can Be a Poor Strategy for Conserving Functional Diversity.  Syst. Biol. 66: 1019-1027 DOI
92. Mooers, A.  (2017)   Inheritors of the Earth How Nature Is Thriving in an Age of Extinction.  Science 357: 878-878 DOI
91. Tucker, CM; Cadotte, MW; Carvalho, SB; Davies, TJ; Ferrier, S; Fritz, SA; Grenyer, R; Helmus, MR; Jin, LS; Mooers, AO; Pavoine, S; Purschke, O; Redding, DW; Rosauer, DF; Winter, M; Mazel, F.  (2017)   A guide to phylogenetic metrics for conservation, community ecology and macroecology.  Biol. Rev. 92: 698-715 DOI
90. Waldron, A; Miller, DC; Redding, D; Mooers, A; Kuhn, TS; Nibbelink, N; Roberts, JT; Tobias, JA; Gittleman, JL.  (2017)   Reductions in global biodiversity loss predicted from conservation spending.  Nature 551: 364-+ DOI
89. Dembo, M; Radovcic, D; Garvin, HM; Laird, ME; Schroeder, L; Scott, JE; Brophy, J; Ackermann, RR; Musiba, CM; de Ruiter, DJ; Mooers, AO; Collard, M.  (2016)   The evolutionary relationships and age of Homo naledi: An assessment using dated Bayesian phylogenetic methods.  Journal of Human Evolution 97: 17-26 DOI
88. Hurteau, LA; Mooers, AO; Reynolds, JD; Hocking, MD.  (2016)   Salmon nutrients are associated with the phylogenetic dispersion of riparian flowering-plant assemblages.  Ecology 97: 450-460 DOI
87. Jensen, EL; Mooers, AO; Caccone, A; Russello, MA.  (2016)   I-HEDGE: determining the optimum complementary sets of taxa for conservation using evolutionary isolation.  PeerJ 4 DOI
86. Dembo, M; Matzke, NJ; Mooers, AO; Collard, M.  (2015)   Bayesian analysis of a morphological supermatrix sheds light on controversial fossil hominin relationships.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282: 133-141 DOI
85. Dembo, M; Mooers, A; Collard, M.  (2015)   Investigating the impact of cranial modularity on hominin phylogenetics through Bayesian analysis of partitioned character matrices.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 156: 118-118
84. Faye, L; Matthey-Doret, R; Mooers, AO.  (2015)   Valuing species on the cheap.  Animal Conservation 18: 313-314 DOI
83. Redding, DW; Mooers, AO; Sekercioglu, CH; Collen, B.  (2015)   Global evolutionary isolation measures can capture key local conservation species in Nearctic and Neotropical bird communities.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 370 DOI  PubMed
82. Stein, RW; Brown, JW; Mooers, AO.  (2015)   A molecular genetic time scale demonstrates Cretaceous origins and multiple diversification rate shifts within the order Galliformes (Aves).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 92: 155-164 DOI
81. Volkmann, LA; Statham, MJ; Mooers, AO; Sacks, BN.  (2015)   Genetic distinctiveness of red foxes in the Intermountain West as revealed through expanded mitochondrial sequencing.  Journal of Mammalogy 96: 297-307 DOI
80. Cantalapiedra, JL; FitzJohn, RG; Kuhn, TS; Fernandez, MH; DeMiguel, D; Azanza, B; Morales, J; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Dietary innovations spurred the diversification of ruminants during the Caenozoic.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281 DOI
79. Dembo, M; Matzke, N; Mooers, A; Collard, M.  (2014)   A reanalysis of fossil hominin phylogeny using a craniodental supermatrix.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153: 104-104
78. Elliot, MG; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Inferring ancestral states without assuming neutrality or gradualism using a stable model of continuous character evolution.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 DOI  PubMed
77. Jackson, G; Dubman, E; Mooers, AO; Collard, M.  (2014)   Metabolism's influence on maternal energy transfer durations: Are primates unique?  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153: 150-150
76. Jackson, G; Mooers, AO; Dubman, E; Hutchen, J; Collard, M.  (2014)   Basal metabolic rate and maternal energetic investment durations in mammals.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 DOI  PubMed
75. Jetz, W; Thomas, GH; Joy, JB; Redding, DW; Hartmann, K; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Global Distribution and Conservation of Evolutionary Distinctness in Birds.  Current Biology 24: 919-930 DOI
74. Martin, TE; Lurbiecki, H; Joy, JB; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Mammal and bird species held in zoos are less endemic and less threatened than their close relatives not held in zoos.  Animal Conservation 17: 89-96 DOI
73. Martin, TE; Lurbiecki, H; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   The economic geography of ex situ conservation.  Animal Conservation 17: 104-105 DOI
72. Mooers, AO.  (2014)   BIODIVERSITY Supply and demand.  Nature 509: 171-173
71. Redding, DW; Mazel, F; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Measuring Evolutionary Isolation for Conservation.  PLOS One 9 DOI
70. Stephenson, S; Mooers, A; Attaran, A.  (2014)   Does Size Matter? The ICRW and the Inclusion of Small Cetaceans.  Transnational Environmental Law 3: 241-263 DOI
69. Stephenson, S; Mooers, A; Attaran, A.  (2014)   A Rejoinder to 'Size Matters, Although It Shouldn't: The ICRW and Small Cetaceans'.  Transnational Environmental Law 3: 279-283 DOI
68. Vamosi, JC; Moray, CM; Garcha, NK; Chamberlain, SA; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Pollinators visit related plant species across 29 plant-pollinator networks.  Ecology and Evolution 4: 2303-2315 DOI  PubMed
67. Volkmann, L; Martyn, I; Moulton, V; Spillner, A; Mooers, AO.  (2014)   Prioritizing Populations for Conservation Using Phylogenetic Networks.  PLOS One 9 DOI  PubMed
66. Gudde, RM; Joy, JB; Mooers, AO.  (2013)   Imperilled phylogenetic endemism of Malagasy lemuriformes.  Diversity and Distributions 19: 664-675 DOI
65. Rosauer, DF; Mooers, AO.  (2013)   Nurturing the use of evolutionary diversity in nature conservation.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28: 322-323 DOI
64. Thomas, GH; Hartmann, K; Jetz, W; Joy, JB; Mimoto, A; Mooers, AO.  (2013)   PASTIS: an R package to facilitate phylogenetic assembly with soft taxonomic inferences.  Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4: 1011-1017 DOI
63. Barnosky, AD; Hadly, EA; Bascompte, J; Berlow, EL; Brown, JH; Fortelius, M; Getz, WM; Harte, J; Hastings, A; Marquet, PA; Martinez, ND; Mooers, A; Roopnarine, P; Vermeij, G; Williams, JW; Gillespie, R; Kitzes, J; Marshall, C; Matzke, N; Mindell, DP; Revilla, E; Smith, AB.  (2012)   Approaching a state shift in Earth's biosphere.  Nature 486: 52-58 DOI
62. Jetz, W; Thomas, GH; Joy, JB; Hartmann, K; Mooers, AO.  (2012)   The global diversity of birds in space and time.  Nature 491: 444-448 DOI
61. Martyn, I; Kuhn, TS; Mooers, AO; Moulton, V; Spillner, A.  (2012)   Computing evolutionary distinctiveness indices in large scale analysis.  Algorithms For Molecular Biology 7 DOI
60. Mooers, A; Gascuel, O; Stadler, T; Li, HY; Steel, M.  (2012)   Branch Lengths on Birth-Death Trees and the Expected Loss of Phylogenetic Diversity.  Systematic Biology 61: 195-203 DOI  PubMed
59. Bokal, D; DeVos, M; Klavzar, S; Mimoto, A; Mooers, AO.  (2011)   Computing quadratic entropy in evolutionary trees.  Computers & Mathematics With Applications 62: 3821-3828 DOI
58. Kuhn, TS; Mooers, AO; Thomas, GH.  (2011)   A simple polytomy resolver for dated phylogenies.  Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 427-436 DOI
57. Pappas, Panayiotis A.; Mooers, Arne O.  (2011)   Phylogenetic Methods in Historical Linguistics: Greek as a Case Study.  Journal of Greek Linguistics, Volume 11, Number 2, 2011 , pp. 198-220(23) 11: 198-220 DOI
56. Parhar, RK; Mooers, AO.  (2011)   Phylogenetically Clustered Extinction Risks Do Not Substantially Prune the Tree of Life.  PLOS One 6 DOI
55. Harmon, LJ; Losos, JB; Davies, TJ; Gillespie, RG; Gittleman, JL; Jennings, WB; Kozak, KH; McPeek, MA; Moreno-Roark, F; Near, TJ; Purvis, A; Ricklefs, RE; Schluter, D; Schulte, JA; Seehausen, O; Sidlauskas, BL; Torres-Carvajal, O; Weir, JT; Mooers, AO.  (2010)   EARLY BURSTS OF BODY SIZE AND SHAPE EVOLUTION ARE RARE IN COMPARATIVE DATA.  Evolution 64: 2385-2396 DOI
54. Kuhn, TS; McFarlane, KA; Groves, P; Mooers, AO; Shapiro, B.  (2010)   Modern and ancient DNA reveal recent partial replacement of caribou in the southwest Yukon.  Molecular Ecology 19: 1312-1323 DOI
53. Kuhn, TS; Mooers, AO.  (2010)   Missing saiga on the taiga.  Molecular Ecology 19: 4834–4836 DOI
52. Magnuson-Ford, K; Mooers, A; Paquette, SR; Steel, M.  (2010)   Comparing strategies to preserve evolutionary diversity.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 266: 107-116 DOI
51. Mooers, AO; Doak, DF; Findlay, CS; Green, DM; Grouios, C; Manne, LL; Rashvand, A; Rudd, MA; Whitton, J.  (2010)   Science, Policy, and Species at Risk in Canada.  Bioscience 60 DOI
50. Redding, DW; DeWolff, CV; Mooers, AO.  (2010)   Evolutionary Distinctiveness, Threat Status, and Ecological Oddity in Primates.  Conservation Biology 24: 1052-1058 DOI
49. Steel, M; Mooers, A.  (2010)   The expected length of pendant and interior edges of a Yule tree.  Applied Mathematics Letters 23: 1315-1319 DOI
48. Warwas, ML; Yeung, JHF; Indurugalla, D; Mooers, AO; Bennet, AJ; Moore, MM.  (2010)   Cloning and characterization of a sialidase from the filamentous fungus, Aspergillus fumigatus.  Glycoconjugate Journal 27: 533-548 DOI  PubMed
47. Maddison WP, Mooers AØ.  (2009)   Tuatara: Conservation priority in a phylogenetic context (online).  http://mesquiteproject.org/packages/tuatara/  Website
46. Magnuson-Ford, K; Ingram, T; Redding, DW; Mooers, AO.  (2009)   Rockfish (Sebastes) that are evolutionarily isolated are also large, morphologically distinctive and vulnerable to overfishing.  Biological Conservation 142: 1787-1796 DOI
45. Meuser, E; Harshaw, HW; Mooers, AO.  (2009)   Public Preference for Endemism over Other Conservation-Related Species Attributes.  Conservation Biology 23: 1041-1046 DOI
44. Mooers, AO; Redding, DW.  (2009)   Where the rare species are.  Molecular Ecology 18: 3955-3957 DOI
43. Lee, V; Huang, JL; Lui, MF; Malecek, K; Ohta, Y; Mooers, A; Hsu, E.  (2008)   The evolution of multiple isotypic IgM heavy chain genes in the shark.  Journal of Immunology 180: 7461-7470
42. Mooers, AO; Faith, DP; Maddison, WP.  (2008)   Converting Endangered Species Categories to Probabilities of Extinction for Phylogenetic Conservation Prioritization.  PLOS One 3: e700.  Website DOI
41. Redding, DW; Hartmann, K; Mirnoto, A; Bokal, D; Devos, M; Mooers, AO.  (2008)   Evolutionarily distinctive species often capture more phylogenetic diversity than expected.  J. Theor. Biol. 251: 606-615 DOI  PubMed
40. Kolm, N; Stein, RW; Mooers, AO; Verspoor, JJ; Cunningham, EJA.  (2007)   Can sexual selection drive female life histories? A comparative study on Galliform birds.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 627-638 DOI
39. Mooers, A.O., Harmon, L.J., Blum, M.G.B., Wong, D.H.J., and S.B. Heard.  (2007)   Some models of phylogenetic tree shape. pp 149-170 in Reconstructing Evolution: new mathematical and computational advances (O. Gascuel and M. Steel, eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford.    PDF
38. Mooers, A.O., Meuser, E., and D.F.R. Cleary.  (2007)   El Nino and biodiversity. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity Online Update 1. pp 1-11. (SA Levin, ed.) Oxford: Elsevier Ltd. Online Update Only. (Updated in 2012 as Meuser et al.).    PDF
37. Mooers, AO.  (2007)   Conservation biology - The diversity of biodiversity.  Nature 445: 717-718 DOI
36. Mooers, AO; Prugh, LR; Festa-Bianchet, M; Hutchings, JA.  (2007)   Biases in legal listing under Canadian endangered species legislation.  Conservation Biology 21: 572-575
35. Parker, JDK; Bradley, BA; Mooers, AO; Quarmby, LM.  (2007)   Phylogenetic Analysis of the Neks Reveals Early Diversification of Ciliary-Cell Cycle Kinases.  PLoS One 2  Website DOI  PubMed
34. Rundle, HD; Odeen, A; Mooers, AO.  (2007)   An experimental test for indirect benefits in Drosophila melanogaster.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 7 DOI
33. Steel, M., Mimoto, A., & A.O. Mooers.  (2007)   Hedging one's bets: quantifying a taxon's expected contribution to future phylogenetic diversity.  Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online 3: 237-244.
32. Charrette, NA; Cleary, DFR; Mooers, AO.  (2006)   Range-restricted, specialist Bornean butterflies are less likely to recover from enso-induced disturbance.  Ecology 87: 2330-2337
31. Cleary, DFR; Fauvelot, C; Genner, MJ; Menken, SBJ; Mooers, AO.  (2006)   Parallel responses of species and genetic diversity to El Nino Southern Oscillation-induced environmental destruction.  Ecology Letters 9: 301-307  PDF
30. Cleary, DFR; Mooers, AO.  (2006)   Burning and logging differentially affect endemic vs. widely distributed butterfly species in Borneo.  Divers Distrib 12: 409-416
29. Lee, CH; Blay, S; Mooers, AO; Singh, A; Oakley, TH.  (2006)   CoMET: A Mesquite package for comparing models of continuous character evolution on phylogenies.  Evolutionary Bioinformatics 2: 183-186
28. Redding, DW; Mooers, AO.  (2006)   Incorporating evolutionary measures into conservation prioritization.  Conservation Biology 20: 1670-1678  Website DOI
27. Drake, A; Rashkovetsky, E; Wong, D; Rundle, HD; Mooers, AO.  (2005)   Variable assortative mating in replicate mating trials using Drosophila melanogaster populations derived from contrasting opposing slopes of 'Evolution Canyon', Israel.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 1123-1129  PDF
26. Lewis, RL; Beckenbach, AT; Mooers, AO.  (2005)   The phylogeny of the subgroups within the melanogaster species group: Likelihood tests on COI and COII sequences and a Bayesian estimate of phylogeny.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 37: 15-24  PDF
25. Nosil, P; Mooers, AO.  (2005)   Testing hypotheses about ecological specialization using phylogenetic trees.  Evolution 59: 2256-2263  PDF
24. Soutullo, A; Dodsworth, S; Heard, SB; Mooers, AO.  (2005)   Distribution and correlates of carnivore phylogenetic diversity across the Americas.  Animal Conservation 8: 249-258  PDF
23. Cleary, DFR; Mooers, AO.  (2004)   Butterfly species richness and community composition in forests affected by ENSO-induced burning and habitat isolation in Borneo.  Journal of Tropical Ecology 20: 359-367  PDF
22. Cleary, DFR; Mooers, AO; Eichhorn, KAO; van Tol, J; de Jong, R; Menken, SBJ.  (2004)   Diversity and community composition of butterflies and odonates in an ENSO-induced fire affected habitat mosaic: a case study from East Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Oikos 105: 426-446  PDF
21. Mooers, AO.  (2004)   Effects of tree shape on the accuracy of maximum likelihood-based ancestor reconstructions.  Systematic Biology 53: 809-814  PDF
20. Dukas, R; Mooers, AO.  (2003)   Environmental enrichment improves mating success in fruit flies.  Animal Behaviour 66: 741-749  PDF
19. Mooers, AO; Atkins, RA.  (2003)   Indonesia's threatened birds: over 500 million years of evolutionary heritage at risk.  Animal Conservation 6: 183-188  PDF
18. Heard, SB; Mooers, AO.  (2002)   Signatures of random and selective mass extinctions in phylogenetic tree balance.  Systematic Biology 51: 889-897
17. Mooers, AH; Heard, SB.  (2002)   Using tree shape.  Systematic Biology 51: 833-834  PDF
16. Savolainen, V; Heard, SB; Powell, MP; Davies, TJ; Mooers, AO.  (2002)   Is cladogenesis heritable?  Systematic Biology 51: 835-843  PDF
15. Rundle, HD; Breden, F; Griswold, C; Mooers, A; Vos, RA; Whitton, J.  (2001)   Hybridization without guilt: gene flow and the biological species concept - Commentary.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 868-869
14. Heard, SB; Mooers, AO.  (2000)   Phylogenetically patterned speciation rates and extinction risks change the loss of evolutionary history during extinctions.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 267: 613-620  PDF
13. Mooers, AO; Holmes, EC.  (2000)   The evolution of base composition and phylogenetic inference.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 15: 365-369
12. Mooers, AO; Rundle, HD; Whitlock, MC.  (1999)   The effects of selection and bottlenecks on male mating success in peripheral isolates.  American Naturalist 153: 437-444
11. Mooers, AO; Schluter, D.  (1999)   Reconstructing ancestor states with maximum likelihood: Support for one- and two-rate models.  Systematic Biology 48: 623-633
10. Mooers, AO; Vamosi, SM; Schluter, D.  (1999)   Using phylogenies to test macroevolutionary hypotheses of trait evolution in Cranes (Gruinae).  American Naturalist 154: 249-259
9. Rundle, HD; Mooers, AO; Whitlock, MC.  (1999)   Experimental tests of founder-flush: A reply to Templeton.  Evolution 53: 1632-1633
8. Mooers, AO; Schluter, D.  (1998)   Fitting macroevolutionary models to phyllogenies: an example using vertebrate body sizes.  Contributions to Zoology 68: 3-18
7. Rundle, HD; Mooers, AO; Whitlock, MC.  (1998)   Single founder-flush events and the evolution of reproductive isolation.  Evolution 52: 1850-1855
6. Bell, G; Mooers, AO.  (1997)   Size and complexity among multicellular organisms.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60: 345-363  PDF
5. Mooers, AO; Heard, SB.  (1997)   Evolutionary process from phylogenetic tree shape.  Quarterly Review of Biology 72: 31-54
4. Schluter, D; Price, T; Mooers, AO; Ludwig, D.  (1997)   Likelihood of ancestor states in adaptive radiation.  Evolution 51: 1699-1711
3. Heard, SB; Mooers, AO.  (1996)   Imperfect information and the balance of cladograms and phenograms.  Systematic Biology 45: 115-118
2. Mooers, AO; Moller, AP.  (1996)   Colonial breeding and speciation in birds.  Evolutionary Ecology 10: 375-385
1. Mooers, AO; Redfield, RJ.  (1996)   Molecular evolution - Digging up the roots of life.  Nature 379: 587-588
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