Year 2018

iCCB Report 2018 

iCCB Publications  2018

List of Presentations at meetings / conferences / workshops

Jacisin, J. J., Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Developing Ecometrics via Middle Trunk Vertebral Morphology in North American Snakes." Geological Society of America. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Jacisin, J. J., Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Building a backbone for snake ecometrics using middle trunk vertebral morphology." Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Meeting Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Modeling species and community response to climate change." Baylor University, Waco, TX.

Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Integrating fossils, phylogenies, and paleoclimate to better understand species and communities response to climate change" Symposium on Phylogenetic Methods in Paleoecology at the Geological Society of America. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Species and community response to past climate change." School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University. Tempe, Arizona.

Lawing, A. M. 2018. "On fossils, phylogenies, and climate change: new integrative comparative methods." Natural History Museum. Berlin, Germany.

McGuire, J.L., Lawing, A.M., Maguire, K., Goring, S., Blois, J. 2019. Poster: "Paleo-occupancy models reveal species detectability and occupancy in the pollen record." International Biogeography Conference, Málaga, Spain.

McGuire, J.L. 2018. "Using an historical perspective to plan for dynamic responses to environmental change." Student Invited Speaker: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Seminar Series at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.

McGuire, J.L. 2018. "How well can we predict future distributions? Using Paleoecology to inform conservation models." Invited talk in Inspire Section: The Future of Studying the Past: New Directions, Themes, and Techniques in Paleoecology. Ecological Society of America. New Orleans, LA.

McGuire, J.L. 2018. "Conservation Paleobiology: using an historical perspective to predict responses to climate change." University Museum of Zoology Seminar Series. Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, U.K.

Müller J. 2018. “Earth history in space and time: only if we know the past we can predict the future.” Annual Reception of German Geoscientists (Dachverband Geowissenschaften & Berufsverband Deutscher Geowissenschaftler).

Müller J. 2018. “The Role of the Earth Surface for the Evolution of Species.” Geo.X Summer School, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam.

Short, R. A. Lawing, A. M. 2018. "Comparison of inference approaches for ecometric analyses: Using hypsodonty to estimate precipitation." Albuquerque, New Mexico