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Baumbach, L. D.L. Warren, R. Yousefpour, and M. Hanewinkel. 2021. Climate change may induce connectivity loss and mountaintop extinction in Central American forests. Communications Biology 4:869.

Warren, D.L., R.I. Eytan, A. Dornburg, T.L. Iglesias, M.C. Brandley, and P.C. Wainwright. 2021. Reevaluating claims of ecological speciation in Halichoeres bivittatusEcology and Evolution.

Piquet, J.C., D.L. Warren, J.F.S. Bolaños, J.M.S. Rivero, R. Gallo-Barneto, M.Á. Cabrera-Pérez, R.N. Fisher, S.R. Fisher, C.J. Rochester, B. Hinds, and M. Nogales. 2021. Could climate change benefit invasive snakes? Modelling the potential distribution of the California Kingsnake in the Canary Islands. Journal of Environmental Management 294, p.112917.

Warren, D.L., N.J. Matzke, M. Cardillo, J.B. Baumgartner, L.J. Beaumont, M. Turelli, R.E. Glor, N.A. Huron, M. Simões, T.L. Iglesias, J.C. Piquet, and R. Dinnage. 2021. ENMTools 1.0: an R package for comparative ecological biogeography. Ecography 44(4): 504-511.

Warren, D.L., A. Dornburg, K. Zapfe, and T.L. Iglesias. 2021. The effects of climate change on Australia’s only endemic Pokémon: Measuring bias in species distribution models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12:985–995.

Feurdean, A., G. Florescu, I. Tanţău, B. Vannière, A.C. Diaconu, M. Pfeiffer, D.L. Warren, S.M. Hutchinson, N. Gorina, M. Gałka, and S. Kirpotin. 2020. Recent fire regime in the southern boreal forests of western Siberia is unprecedented in the last five millennia. Quaternary Science Reviews 244:106495. DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106495

 Feurdean, A. B. Vannière, W. Finsinger, D.L. Warren, S.C. Connor, M. Forrest, J. Liakka, A. Panait, C. Werner, M. Andric, P. Bobek, V.A. Carter, B. Davis, A.C. Diaconu, E. Dietze, I. Feeser, G. Florescu, M. Galka, T. Giesecke, S. Jahns, E. Jamrichová, K. Kajukalo, J. Kaplan, M. Karpinska-Kolaczek, P. Kolaczek, P. Kunes, D. Kupriyanov, M. Lamentowicz, C. Lemmen, E.K. Magyari, K. Marcisz, E. Marinova, A. Niamir, E. Novenko, M. Obremska, A. Pedziszewska, M. Pfeiffer, A. Poska, M. Rösch, M. Slowinski, M. Stancikaite, M. Szal, J. Swieta-Musznicka, I. Tantau, M. Theuerkauf, S. Tonkov, O. Valkó, J. Vassiljev, S. Veski, I. Vincze, A. Wacnik, J. Wiethold, T. Hickler. 2020. Fire hazard modulation by long-term dynamics in land cover and dominant forest type in eastern and central Europe. Biogeosciences 17:1213-1230.

Warren, D.L, N. Matzke, and T.L. Iglesias. 2020. Evaluating presence-only species distribution models with discrimination accuracy is uninformative for many applications. Journal of Biogeography 47:167-180.

Feurdean, A., S. Tonkov, M. Pfeiffer, A. Panait, D.L. Warren, B. Vannière, E. Marinova. 2019. Fire frequency and intensity associated with functional traits of dominant forest type in the Balkans during the Holocene. European Journal of Forest Research 138:1049-1066.

 Saeedi, H., M.J. Costello, D.L. Warren, and A. Brandt. 2019. Latitudinal and bathymetrical species richness patterns in the NW Pacific and adjacent Arctic oceans. Scientific Reports 9, article number 9303. Doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-45813-9

Dornburg, A., A.D. Lamb, D.L. Warren, G.J. Watkins-Colwell, G.A. Lewbart, J. Flowers. 2019. Are geckos paratenic hosts for Caribbean island Acanthocephalans? Evidencr from Gonatodes anillensis and a global review of squamate reptiles acting as transport hosts. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History.

Hertel, A., M. Leclerc, Warren, D.L., F. Pelletier, A. Zedrosser, and T. Mueller. 2019. Don’t poke the bear: Using tracking data to quantify behavioural syndromes in elusive wildlife. Animal Behaviour. Doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2018.11.008

Warren, D.L., L. Beaumont, R. Dinnage, and J. Baumgartner. 2019. New methods for measuring ENM breadth and overlap in environmental space. Ecography. Doi: 10.1111/ecog.03900

Smith, A..B, W. Godsoe, F. Rodríguez-Sánchez, H. Wang, and D.L. Warren. 2018. Niche estimation above and below the species level. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. Doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2018.10.012

Iglesias, T. L., A. Dornburg, D.L. Warren, P.C. Wainwright, L. Schmitz, and E.P. Economo. 2018. Eyes Wide Shut: the impact of dim-light vision on neural investment in marine teleosts. Journal of evolutionary biology.  Doi: 10.1111/jeb.13299

Dornburg, Alex, D. L. Warren, K.L. Zapfe, R. Morris, T.L. Iglesias, A. Lamb, G. Hogue, L. Lukas, and R. Wong. 2018. Testing ontogenetic patterns of sexual size dimorphism against expectations of the expensive tissue hypothesis, an intraspecific example using oyster toadfish (Opsanus tau). Ecology and evolution8, no. 7 (2018): 3609-3616. Doi: 10.1002/ece3.3835

A. Tingstad, R.J. Lempert, M. Moskwik, D.L. Warren, C. Parmesan, L.O. Mearns, S. McGinnis, and Y. Ryu. 2017. Demonstrating the applicability of robust decision making (RDM) to conservation decision-making under uncertain future climate. Journal of Conservation Planning 13:11-24.

F. d’Errico, W.E. Banks, D.L. Warren, K. van Niekerk, C. Henshilwood, G. Scubin, A. Daniau, M.S. Goni. 2017. Identifying early modern human ecological niche expansions and associated cultural dynamics in the South African middle stone age. PNAS 114:7869-7876.

A.D. Lamb, G.J. Watkins-Colwell, J.A. Moore, D.L. Warren, T.L. Iglesias, M.C. Brandley, and A. Dornburg. 2017. Endolymphatic sac use and reproductive activity in the Lesser Antilles endemic gecko Gonatodes antillensis (Gekkota: Spaerodactylidae). Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 58(1):17-29.

D.L. Warren, A.J. Geneva, and R. Lanfear. 2017. RWTY (R We There Yet): An R package for examining convergence of Bayesian phylogenetic analyses. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34:1016-1020. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msw279

A. Dornburg, E.J. Forrestel, J.A. Moore, T.L. Iglesias, A. Jones, L. Rao, and D.L. Warren. 2017. An assessment of sampling biases across studies of diel activity patterns in marine ray-finned fishees (Acinopterygii). Bulletin of Marine Science. doi: 10.5343/bms.2016.1016

L.J. Beaumont, E. Graham, D.E. Duursma, P.D. Wilson, A. Cabrelli, J.B. Baumgartner, W. Hallgren, M. Esperón-Rodríguez, D.A. Nipperess, D.L. Warren, S.W. Laffan, and J. VanDerWal. 2016. Which species distribution models are more (or less) likely to project broad-scale, climate-induced shifts in species ranges? Ecological Modelling 342:135-146.

R. Lanfear, X. Hua, and D.L. Warren. 2016. Estimating the effective sample size of tree topologies from Bayesian phylogenetic analyses. Genome Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evw171

A. Dornburg, C. Lippi, S. Federman, J.A. Moore, D.L. Warren, T.L. Iglesias, M.C. Brandley, G.C. Watkins-Colwell, A.D. Lamb, and A. Jones. 2016. Disentangling the influence of urbanization and invasion on endemic reptiles in tropical biodiversity hotspots: A case study of Phyllodactylus martini along an urban gradient in Curaçao. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 57:147-164.

Cardillo, M., and D.L. Warren. 2016. Analyzing patterns of spatial and niche overlap among species at multiple resolutions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25:951-963.

Mainali, K.P., D.L. Warren, K. Dhileepan, A. McConnachie, L. Strathie, G. Hassan, D. Karki, B.B. Shrestha, and C. Parmesan. 2015. Projecting future expansion of invasive species: Comparing and improving methodologies. Global Change Biology. Early version available online. doi: 10.1111/gcb.13038

Hua, X., P. Cowman, D.L. Warren, and L Bromham. 2015. Testing the link between longevity and mutation rates in rockfish using Poisson regression of substitution rates. Mol. Biol. Evol. Early version available online. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msv137

Iglesias, T.L., A. Dornburg, M.C. Brandley, M.E. Alfaro, and D.L. Warren. 2015. Life in the unthinking depths: energetic constraints on encephalization in marine fishes. J. Evo. Bio 28:1080-1090.

Warren, D.L., M. Cardillo, D.F. Rosauer, and D.I. Bolnick. 2014. Mistaking geography for biology: inferring processes from species distributions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. (doi:10.1016/j.tree.2014.08.003)

Saslis-Lagoudakis, C.H., P.F. Cowman, M. Cardillo, R.A. Catullo, D.F. Rosauer, and D.L. Warren. 2014. Biogeography: multidisciplinary approaches in space and time. Frontiers of Biogeograhy 6:60-62.

Warren, D.L., A.N. Wright, S.N. Seifiert, and H.B. Shaffer. 2014. Incorporating model complexity and spatial sampling bias into ecological niche models of climate change risks faced by California vertebrate species of concern. Diversity and Distributions 20:334-343.

Warren, D.L. 2013. “Niche modeling”: That unpleasant sensation means it’s working. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28:193-194.

Dornburg, A., J.A. Moore, R. Webster, D.L. Warren, M.C. Brandley, T.L. Iglesias, P.C. Wainwright, and T.J. Near. 2012. Molecular phylogenetics of squirrelfishes and soldierfishes (Teleostei:Beryciformes:Holocentridae): reconciling more than 100 years of taxonomic confusion. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65:727-738.

Warren, D.L. 2012. Book Review: Ecological niches and geographic distributions. Ecology 93:2128-2129.

Warren, Dan L. and Nichole Bennett. “Niches.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012-5-23.

Warren, D.L., and T. Iglesias (TLI listed as co-first author). 2012. No evidence for the “expensive tissue hypothesis” from an intraspecific study in a highly variable species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25:1226-1231.

Brandley, M.C., R.L. Young, D.L. Warren, M.B. Thompson, and G.P. Wagner. 2012. RNA-Seq analysis reveals gene expression associated with pregnancy in the live-bearing lizard, Chalcides ocellatus. Genome Science and Evolution 4:394-411.

Dornburg, A., D. L. Warren, T. Iglesias, and M. C. Brandley. 2011. Natural History Observations of the Ichthyological and Herpetological Fauna on the Island of Curacao (Netherlands). Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 52:181–186.

Warren, D.L., and S.N. Seifert. 2011. Environmental niche modeling in Maxent: the importance of model complexity and the performance of model selection criteria. Ecological Applications 21:335-342. (doi: 10.1890/10-1171.1)

Mueller, U.G., A.S. Mikheyeva, E. Hong, R. Sen, D.L. Warren, S.E. Solomon, H.D. Ishak, M. Cooper, J.L. Miller, K.A. Shaffer, and T.E. Juenger. 2011. Evolution of cold-tolerant fungi permits winter fungiculture by leafcutter ants at northern frontier of a tropical ant-fungus symbiosis. PNAS 108:4053-4056; published ahead of print February 22, 2011. (doi:10.1073/pnas.1015806108)

Glor, R.E., and D.L. Warren. 2011. Testing the ecological basis of biogeographic boundaries. Evolution 65:673-683.

Mandle, L., D.L. Warren, M.H. Hoffmann, A.T. Peterson, J. Schmitt, and E.J. von Wettberg. 2010. Conclusions about niche expansion in introduced Impatiens walleriana populations depend on method of analysis. PLoS ONE 5(12): e15297. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015297

Warren, D.L., R.E. Glor, and M. Turelli. 2010. ENMTools: a toolbox for comparative studies of environmental niche models. Ecography 33:607-611.

Nakazato, T., D.L. Warren, and L.C. Moyle. 2010. Ecological and geographic modes of species divergence in wild tomatoes. American Journal of Botany 97:680-693.

Brandley, M.C., Warren, D.L., Leaché, A.D., & J.A. McGuire. 2009. Homoplasy and Clade Support. Systematic Biology 58:184-198.

Warren, D.L., R.E. Glor, and M. Turelli. 2008. Climate niche identity versus conservatism: quantitative approaches to niche evolution. Evolution 62:2868-2883.

Nylander, J., Wilgenbusch, J., Warren, D.L., & D. Swofford. 2008. AWTY (Are We There Yet?): a system for graphical exploration of MCMC convergence in Bayesian phylogenetics. Bioinformatics 24:581-583.

Brandley, M.C., Leaché, A.D., Warren, D.L., & J.A. McGuire. 2006. Are unequal clade priors problematic for Bayesian phylogenetics? Systematic biology 55:11, 138-146

Warren, D.L., Morrissey, J.H., & Neuenschwander, P.F. 1999. Proteolysis of Blood Coagulation Factor VIII by the Factor VIIa-Tissue Factor Complex: Generation of an Inactive Factor VIII Cofactor. Biochemistry 38:6529-6536.

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