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2018. (LPWG), Legume Phylogeny Working Group, Bruneau, Anne, Azani, Nasim, Babineau, Marielle, Gagnon, Edeline, Sinou, Carole, Steeves, Royce, Zimmerman, Erin, Bailey, C. Donovan, Kovar, Lynsey, Nageswara-Rao, Madhugiri, Banks, Hannah, Clark, RuthP., De La Estrella, Manuel, Gasson, Peter, Kite, GeoffreyC., Klitgaard, BenteB., Lewis, GwilymP., Neves, Danilo, Prenner, Gerhard, Rico-Arce, María de Lourdes, Barbosa, ArianeR., López-Roberts, Maria Cristina, de Queiroz, Luciano Paganucci, Ribeiro, PétalaG., Snak, Cristiane, Cruz, Daiane Trabuco da, Pinto, Rafael Barbosa, Candido, Elisa, Azevedo Tozzi, Ana Maria Goulart de, Kochanovski, FábioJ., Boatwright, JamesS., Borges, LeonardoM., Brown, GillianK., Cardoso, Domingos, Ramos, Gustavo, Chung, Kuo-Fang, Conceição, Adilva deS., Santos-Silva, Juliana, de Souza, ÉlviaR., Crisp, Michael, Gunn, Bee, Delgado-Salinas, Alfonso, Dexter, KyleG., Doyle, JeffJ., Duminil, Jérôme, Ojeda, DarioI., Egan, AshleyN., Vatanparast, Mohammad, Falcão, MarcusJ., de Lima, HaroldoC., Mansano, VidalF., Ranzato Filardi, FabianaL., Filatov, DmitryA., Nevado, Bruno, Fortuna-Perez, Ana Paula, Rando, Juliana Gastaldello, Harris, David, Haston, Elspeth, Mackinder, Barbara, Pennington, R. Toby, Hawkins, JulieA., Mattapha, Sawai, Hughes, ColinE., Koenen, ErikJ.M., Iganci, JoãoR.V., Javadi, Firouzeh, Kanu, Sheku Alfred, Kazempour-Osaloo, Shahrokh, Lavin, Matt, Roux, Marianne le, Maia, Vitor Hugo, Malécot, Valéry, Miller, JosephT., Mitsuyuki, Chika, Tagane, Shuichiro, Toyama, Hironori, Yahara, Tetsukazu, Murphy, DanielJ., Prado, DariénE., Sanderson, MichaelJ., São-Mateus, WallaceM.B., Silva, MarcosJ.S., Sprent, Janet, Steele, KellyP., Steier, JuliaE., Wojciechowski, MartinF., Stirton, CharlesH., Torke, BenjaminM., Wieringa, JanJ., Wink, Michael, and Yi, Tingshuang. The classification of the legume family proposed here addresses the long-known non-monophyly of the traditionally recognised subfamily Caesalpinioi... Taxon. University of Montreal, University of Tehran, New Mexico State University, Royal Botanic Gardens, State University of Feira de Santana, State University of Campinas, University of the Western Cape, Federal University of São Carlos, University of Melbourne, Federal University of Bahia, National Taiwan University, Universidade do Estado da Bahia, Australian National University, National Autonomous University of Mexico, University of Edinburgh, Cornell University, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Smithsonian Institution, Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botânico do Rio de Janeiro, University of Oxford, Sao Paulo State University, University of Reading, University of Zurich, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Kyushu University, University of South Africa, Tarbiat Modares University, Montana State University, University of Johannesburg, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, University of Angers, National Science Foundation, National University of Rosario, University of Arizona, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Universidade Federal de Goiás, University of Dundee, Arizona State University, University of Cape Town, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Heidelberg University, and Kunming Institute of Botany.
2019. Conde, Dalia A., Staerk, Johanna, Colchero, Fernando, da Silva, Rita, Schöley, Jonas, Baden, H. Maria, Jouvet, Lionel, Fa, John E., Syed, Hassan, Jongejans, Eelke, Meiri, Shai, Gaillard, Jean-Michel, Chamberlain, Scott, Wilcken, Jonathan, Jones, Owen R., Dahlgren, Johan P., Steiner, Ulrich K., Bland, Lucie M., Gomez-Mestre, Ivan, Lebreton, Jean-Dominique, González Vargas, Jaime, Flesness, Nate, Canudas-Romo, Vladimir, Salguero-Gómez, Roberto, Byers, Onnie, Bjørneboe Berg, Thomas, Scheuerlein, Alexander, Devillard, Sébastien, Schigel, Dmitry S., Ryder, Oliver A., Possingham, Hugh P., Baudisch, Annette, and Vaupel, James W. Biodiversity loss is a major challenge. Over the past century, the average rate of vertebrate extinction has been about 100-fold higher than the es... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Species360 Conservation Science Alliance*, University of Southern Denmark, Manchester Metropolitan University, Bir Ventures*, Radboud University*, Tel Aviv University, University of Lyon*, University of California Museum of Paleontology, Auckland Zoo*, University of Melbourne, Spanish National Research Council, Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, Abiztar Learning Technologies, SC*, Australian National University, University of Oxford, International Union for Conservation of Nature, Naturama*, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Global Biodiversity Information Facility, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, and University of Queensland.
2019. Close, Roger A., Benson, Roger B. J., Alroy, John, Behrensmeyer, Anna K., Benito, Juan, Carrano, Matthew T., Cleary, Terri J., Dunne, Emma M., Mannion, Philip D., Uhen, Mark D., and Butler, Richard J. The fossil record provides one of the strongest tests of the hypothesis that diversity within local communities is constrained over geological time... Nature Ecology & Evolution. University of Birmingham, University of Oxford, Macquarie University, National Museum of Natural History, Imperial College London, and George Mason University.
2015. Kissling, Wilm Daniel, Dalby, Lars, Fløjgaard, Camilla, Lenoir, Jonathan, Sandel, Brody, Sandom, Christopher, Trøjelsgaard, Kristian, Svenning, Jens - Christian, and Svenning, Jens-Christian. Ecological trait data are essential for understanding the broad-scale distribution of biodiversity and its response to global change. For animals, ... Ecology and Evolution. University of Amsterdam, Aarhus University, and University of Oxford.
2016. Battle, Katherine E., Guerra, Carlos A., Golding, Nick, Duda, Kirsten A., Cameron, Ewan, Howes, Rosalind E., Elyazar, Iqbal R. F., Baird, J. Kevin, Reiner Jr., Robert C., Gething, Peter W., Smith, David L., and Hay, Simon I. Measures of clinical incidence are necessary to help estimate the burden of a disease. Incidence is a metric not commonly measured in malariology b... Scientific Data. University of Oxford, Sanaria Institute for Global Health and Tropical Medicine, Rockville, USA*, Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit, Jakarta, Indonesia*, and Indiana University.
2015. Pigott, David M., Bhatt, Samir, Golding, Nick, Duda, Kirsten A., Battle, Katherine E., Brady, Oliver J., Messina, Jane P., Balard, Yves, Bastien, Patrick, Pratlong, Francine, Brownstein, John S., Freifeld, Clark, Mekaru, Sumiko R., Gething, Peter W., George, Dylan B., Myers, Monica F., Reithinger, Richard, Hay, Simon I., Brownstein, John S, Freifeld, Clark C, Mekaru, Sumiko R, George, Dylan B, Hay, Simon I, Pigott, David M, Duda, Kirsten A, Battle, Katherine E, Brady, Oliver J, Messina, Jane P, Gething, Peter W, and Myers, Monica F. The leishmaniases are vector-borne diseases that have a broad global distribution throughout much of the Americas, Africa and Asia. Despite represe... eLife. University of Oxford, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital, Fogarty International Center, RTI International, Children's Hospital, Boston University, and National Institutes of Health.
2016. Puckett, Emily E., Park, Jane, Combs, Matthew, Blum, Michael J., Bryant, Juliet E., Caccone, Adalgisa, Costa, Federico, Deinum, Eva E., Esther, Alexandra, Himsworth, Chelsea G., Keightley, Peter D., Ko, Albert, Lundkvist, Ake, McElhinney, Lorraine M., Morand, Serge, Robins, Judith, Russell, James, Strand, Tanja M., Suarez, Olga, Yon, Lisa, and Munshi-South, Jason. Native to China and Mongolia, the brown rat (Rattus norvegicus) now enjoys a worldwide distribution. While black rats and the house mouse tracked t... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Fordham University, Tulane University, University of Oxford, Yale University, Federal University of Bahia, University of Edinburgh, University of Auckland, Animal and Plant Health Agency, University of Buenos Aires, Uppsala University, CIUDAD, and University of Nottingham.
2015. Paine, C. E. Timothy, Amissah, Lucy, Auge, Harald, Baraloto, Christopher, Baruffol, Martin, Bourland, Nils, Bruelheide, Helge, Daïnou, Kasso, de Gouvenain, Roland C., Doucet, Jean-Louis, Doust, Susan, Fine, Paul V. A., Fortunel, Claire, Haase, Josephine, Holl, Karen D., Jactel, Hervé, li, Xuefei, Kitajima, Kaoru, Koricheva, Julia, Martínez-Garza, Cristina, Messier, Christian, Paquette, Alain, Philipson, Christopher, Piotto, Daniel, Poorter, Lourens, Posada, Juan M., Potvin, Catherine, Rainio, Kalle, Russo, Sabrina E., Ruiz-Jaen, Mariacarmen, Scherer-Lorenzen, Michael, Webb, Campbell O., Wright, S. Joseph, Zahawi, Rakan A., and Hector, Andy. 1. Plant functional traits, in particular specific leaf area (SLA), wood density and seed mass, are often good predictors of individual tree growth... Journal of Ecology. University of Stirling, Wageningen University & Research, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, Florida International University, University of Zurich, University of Liège, McGill University, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, University of Maryland, College Park, University of Freiburg, University of Oxford, University of Bordeaux, Kyoto University, Royal Holloway University of London, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Harvard University, Federal University of Southern Bahia, Del Rosario University, University of Turku, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and Organization for Tropical Studies.
2018. Roslin, Tomas, Hardwick, Bess, Novotny, Vojtech, Petry, William K., Andrew, Nigel R., Asmus, Ashley, Barrio, Isabel C., Basset, Yves, Boesing, Andrea Larissa, Bonebrake, Timothy C., Cameron, Erin K., Dáttilo, Wesley, Donoso, David A., Drozd, Pavel, Gray, Claudia L., Hik, David S., Hill, Sarah J., Hopkins, Tapani, Huang, Shuyin, Koane, Bonny, Laird-Hopkins, Benita, Laukkanen, Liisa, Lewis, Owen T., Milne, Sol, Mwesige, Isaiah, Nakamura, Akihiro, Nell, Colleen S., Nichols, Elizabeth, Prokurat, Alena, Sam, Katerina, Schmidt, Niels M., Slade, Alison, Slade, Victor, Suchanková, Alžběta, Teder, Tiit, van Nouhuys, Saskya, Vandvik, Vigdis, Weissflog, Anita, Zhukovich, Vital, and Slade, Eleanor M. Biotic interactions underlie ecosystem structure and function, but predicting interaction outcomes is difficult. We tested the hypothesis that biot... Science. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Institute of Entomology, University of California, Irvine, University of New England, The University of Texas at Arlington, University of Alberta, University of Sao Paulo, University of Hong Kong, Instituto de Ecología, National Polytechnic School, University of Ostrava, Conservation Leadership Programme, University of Turku, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, New Guinea Binatang Research Center, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, University of Oxford, University of Aberdeen, Makerere University, State Institution of Education, Zditovo High School, Zditovo, Belarus.*, Aarhus University, 40 Town End Lane, Lepton, Huddersfield, HD8 ONA, UK.*, University of Tartu, University of Bergen, and University of Bayreuth.
2017. Sandom, Christopher James, Faurby, Soren, Svenning, Jens C., Burnham, Dawn, Dickman, Amy, Hinks, Amy, Macdonald, Ewan A., Ripple, Bill, Williams, Jake, Macdonald, David, Sandom, C. J., Faurby, S., Ripple, W. J., Svenning, J.-C., Burnham, D., Dickman, A., Hinks, A. E., Macdonald, E. A., Williams, J., and Macdonald, D. W. Many contemporary species of large-felids (>15 kg) feed upon prey that are endangered, raising concern that prey population declines (defaunation) ... Ecography. University of Sussex, University of Gothenburg, Aarhus University, University of Oxford, and Oregon State University.