Jonathan A. Nations
Jonathan A. Nations
University of Chicago Department of Geophysical Sciences
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A simple skeletal measurement effectively predicts climbing behaviour in a diverse clade of small mammals
JA Nations, LR Heaney, TC Demos, AS Achmadi, KC Rowe, JA Esselstyn
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 128 (2), 323-336, 2019
Environment predicts repeated body size shifts in a recent radiation of Australian mammals
EJ Roycroft, JA Nations, KC Rowe
Evolution 74 (3), 671-680, 2020
Climbing behavior of northern red-backed voles (Myodes rutilus) and scansoriality in Myodes (Rodentia, Cricetidae)
JA Nations, LE Olson
Journal of Mammalogy 96 (5), 957-963, 2015
Rethinking Gloger’s rule: Climate, light environments, and color in a large family of tropical birds (Furnariidae)
RS Marcondes, JA Nations, GF Seeholzer, RT Brumfield
The American Naturalist 197 (5), 592-606, 2021
Locomotory mode transitions alter phenotypic evolution and lineage diversification in an ecologically rich clade of mammals
JA Nations, GG Mount, SM Morere, AS Achmadi, KC Rowe, JA Esselstyn
Evolution 75 (2), 376-393, 2021
The first report of albinism in a Sundaland endemic rodent
JA Nations, A Mursyid, RD Busta, SP Adrian, H Handika, AS Achmadi, ...
Mammalia 85 (2), 168-172, 2021
Climate, crypsis and Gloger’s rule in a large family of tropical passerine birds (Furnariidae)
RS Marcondes, JA Nations, GF Seeholzer, RT Brumfield
BioRxiv, 2020
Trait-specific patterns of community ecospace occupancy in an insular mammal radiation
JA Nations, BA Kohli, H Handika, AS Achmadi, MJ Polito, KC Rowe, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
Bayesian prediction of multivariate ecology from phenotypic data yields novel insights into the diets of extant and extinct taxa
AL Wisniewski, JA Nations, GJ Slater
bioRxiv, 2022
Function, History, and Ecology in the Exceptional Radiation of Murine Rodents
JA Nations
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2020
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