Ariel E. Marcy
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Getting a head in hard soils: convergent skull evolution and divergent allometric patterns explain shape variation in a highly diverse genus of pocket gophers (Thomomys)
AE Marcy, EA Hadly, E Sherratt, K Garland, V Weisbecker
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 1-16, 2016
252016
Low resolution scans can provide a sufficiently accurate, cost-and time-effective alternative to high resolution scans for 3D shape analyses
AE Marcy, C Fruciano, MJ Phillips, K Mardon, V Weisbecker
PeerJ 6, e5032, 2018
222018
Morphological adaptations for digging and climate-impacted soil properties define pocket gopher (Thomomys spp.) distributions
AE Marcy, S Fendorf, JL Patton, EA Hadly
PloS one 8 (5), e64935, 2013
212013
Out on a limb: bandicoot limb co‐variation suggests complex impacts of development and adaptation on marsupial forelimb evolution
K Garland, A Marcy, E Sherratt, V Weisbecker
Evolution & development 19 (2), 69-84, 2017
132017
Shifting spaces: Which disparity or dissimilarity measurement best summarize occupancy in multidimensional spaces?
T Guillerme, MN Puttick, AE Marcy, V Weisbecker
Ecology and evolution 10 (14), 7261-7275, 2020
102020
Australian rodents reveal conserved Cranial Evolutionary Allometry across 10 million years of murid evolution
AE Marcy, T Guillerme, E Sherratt, KC Rowe, MJ Phillips, V Weisbecker
The American Naturalist 196 (6), 755-768, 2020
52020
Low resolution scans provide a sufficiently accurate, cost-and time-effective alternative to high resolution scans for interspecific 3D shape analyses
AE Marcy, C Fruciano, MJ Phillips, K Mardon, V Weisbecker
PeerJ Preprints, 2018
22018
Using native rodents to understand mammalian evolution and shape diversity in Australia
AE Marcy
2020
Australian rodent diversity evolved in the context of allometry arising from intrinsic constraints
AE Marcy, T Guillerme, E Sherratt, K Rowe, M Phillips, V Weisbecker
University of Chicago Press, 2020
2020
AT THE BEST ANGLE: INCREASED INCISOR PROCUMBENCY ALLOWED POCKET GOPHERS (THOMOMYS BOTTAE) TO CLAIM CLIMATE-HARDENED SOILS
AE Marcy, EA Hadly, S Fendorf
JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY 32, 135-135, 2012
2012
DIGGING MORPHOLOGY AND THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SOIL AND CLIMATE DETERMINE POCKET GOPHER (THOMOMYS) DISTRIBUTION ACROSS TIME AND SPACE
A Marcy, E Hadly
JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY 31, 151-151, 2011
2011
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