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Jussi T. Eronen
Group Leader
University of Helsinki

jussi.t.eronen@helsinki.fi

Jason J. Head
Group Leader
University of Cambridge

jjh71@cam.ac.uk

A. Michelle Lawing
Group Leader
Texas A&M University

alawing@tamu.edu

Johannes Müller
Secretary
Museum für Naturkunde

johannes.mueller@mfn-berlin.de

Gregory P. Dietl
Steering Group
Paleontological Research Institute (PRI)

gpd3@cornell.edu

Mikael Fortelius
Steering Group
University of Helsinki

mikael.fortelius@helsinki.fi

P. David Polly
Steering Group
Indiana University

pdpolly@indiana.edu

Christoph Scheidegger
Steering Group
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL

christoph.scheidegger@wsl.ch

Nils Chr. Stenseth
Steering Group
University of Oslo

n.c.stenseth@bio.uio.no

iCCB Publications

Eronen, J.T., Janis, C.M., Chamberlain, C.P., Mulch, A. 2015. Mountain uplift explains differences in Palaeogene patterns of mammalian evolution and extinction between North America and Europe. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 282: 20150136. [Full text]

Polly, P. D. and J. J. Head. 2015. Measuring Earth-life transitions: ecometric analysis of functional traits from late Cenozoic vertebrates. Pp. 21-46 in P. D. Polly, J. J. Head, and D. L. Fox (eds.), Earth-Life Transitions: Paleobiology in the Context of Earth System Evolution. The Paleontological Society Papers 21. Yale Press, New Haven, CT.

Polly, P. D., A. Cardini, E. B. Davis, and S. Steppan. 2015. Marmot evolution and global change in the past 10 million years. Pp. 246-276 in P. G. Cox and L. Hautier (eds.), Evolution of the Rodents: Advances in Phylogeny, Palaeontology and Functional Morphology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Polly, P. D., J. T. Eronen, A. M. Lawing, and J. Schnitzler. 2015. Processes of ecometric patterning: modelling functional traits, environments, and clade dynamics in deep time. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, DOI: 10.1111/bij.12716. [Full text]

Polly, P.D. 2015. Gene networks, occlusal clocks, and functional patches: new understanding of pattern and process in the evolution of the dentition. Odontology, 103: 117-125. [Full text]

Tapaltsyan, V., Eronen, J.T., Lawing, A. M., Sharir, A., Janis, C.M., Jernvall, J., and Klein, O.D. 2015.Continuously growing rodent molars result from a predictable quantitative evolutionary change over 50 million years. Cell Reports, 11: 673-680. [Full text]

Eronen, J.T., Kaakinen, A., Liu, L., Passey, B.H., Tang, H., Zhang, Z. 2014. Here be Dragons: Mesowear of the classic Chinese "Hipparion" faunas from Baode, Shanxi Province, China. Annales Zoologici Fennici 51: 227-244 [Full text]

Fortelius, M., Eronen, J.T., Kaya, F., Tang, H., Puolamäki, K. 2014. Evolution of Neogene Mammals in Eurasia: Environmental Forcing and Biotic Interactions. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. [Full text]

Lawing, A. M. and N. Matzke. 2014. Conservation paleobiology needs phylogenetic methods. Ecography, 37: 1109-1122. [Full text]

Polly, P. D. and S. Sarwar. 2014. Extinction, extirpation, and exotics: effects on the correlation between traits and environment at the continental level. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 51: 209-226. [Full text]

Fritz, S., Schnitzler, J., Eronen, J.T., Hof, C., Böhning-Gaese, K., Graham, C. 2013. Unearthing diversity: wanted dead and alive. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28, 509-516. [Full text]

Grossnickle, D., P. D. Polly, and Z.-X. Luo. 2013. Morphological disparity of Mesozoic mammals through time. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33: S137.

Grossnickle, D.M. and P.D. Polly. 2013. Mammal disparity decreases during the Cretaceous angiosperm radiation. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 280 [Full text]

Polly, P. D., J. Schnitzler, A. M. Lawing, and J. T. Eronen. 2013. Morphological adaptation, range shifts, or extinction? Modeling of morphological responses of species and communities to environmental change in a geographically and temporally explicit context. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33: S192.

Polly, P. D., J. Schnitzler, A. M. Lawing, and J. T. Eronen. 2013. Morphological adaptation, range shifts, or extinction? Modeling of morphological responses of species and communities to environmental change in a geographically and temporally explicit context. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33: S192.

Rödder D., A. M. Lawing, M. Flecks, F. Ahmadzadeh, J. Dambach, J. O. Engler, J. C. Habel, T. Hartmann, D. Hörnes, F. Ihlow, K. Schidelko, D. Stiels, and P. D. Polly. 2013 Evaluating the Significance of Paleophylogeographic Species Distribution Models in Reconstructing Quaternary Range-Shifts of Nearctic Chelonians. PLoS ONE 8(10): e72855. [Full text]

Smith, M.R. and P.D. Polly. 2013. A reevaluation of the Harrodsburg Crevice Fauna (Late Pleistocene of Indiana, USA) and the climatic implication of its mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 33: 410-420. [Full text]

Lawing, A.M., J.J. Head, and P.D. Polly. 2012. The ecology of morphology: the ecometrics of locomotion and macroenvironment in North American snakes. Pp. 117-146 in J. Louys (ed), Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation. Springer-Verlag, Berlin and Heidelberg. [Full text]

Polly, P.D., J.T. Eronen, M. Fred, G.P. Dietl, V. Mosbrugger, C. Scheidegger, D.C. Frank, J. Damuth, N.C. Stenseth & M. Fortelius. 2011. History matters: ecometrics and integrative climate change biology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278: 1121-1130. [Full text]

Eronen, J.T., P.D. Polly, M. Fred, J. Damuth, D.C. Frank, V. Mosbrugger, C. Scheidegger, N.C. Stenseth, and M. Fortelius. 2010. Ecometrics: The traits that bind the past and present together.Integrative Zoology, 5: 88-101. [Full text]