Alycia Stigall
Alycia Stigall
Professor of Geological Sciences, Ohio University
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Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography
DG Gavin, MC Fitzpatrick, PF Gugger, KD Heath, F Rodríguez‐Sánchez, ...
New Phytologist 204 (1), 37-54, 2014
3172014
Speciation collapse and invasive species dynamics during the Late Devonian “Mass Extinction.”
AL Stigall
GSA Today 22 (1), 4-9, 2012
1192012
Using GIS to unlock the interactions between biogeography, environment, and evolution in Middle and Late Devonian brachiopods and bivalves
AL Rode, BS Lieberman
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 211 (3-4), 345-359, 2004
101*2004
Using ecological niche modelling to evaluate niche stability in deep time
AL Stigall
Journal of Biogeography 39 (4), 772-781, 2012
912012
Quantitative palaeobiogeography: GIS, phylogenetic biogeographical analysis, and conservation insights
AL Stigall, BS Lieberman
Journal of Biogeography 33 (12), 2051-2060, 2006
752006
Embracing colonizations: a new paradigm for species association dynamics
S Nylin, S Agosta, S Bensch, WA Boeger, MP Braga, DR Brooks, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (1), 4-14, 2018
702018
Invasive species and biodiversity crises: testing the link in the Late Devonian
AL Stigall
PLoS One 5 (12), e15584, 2010
70*2010
Using ecological niche modeling for quantitative biogeographic analysis: a case study of Miocene and Pliocene Equinae in the Great Plains
KC Maguire, AL Stigall
Paleobiology 35 (4), 587-611, 2009
67*2009
Phylogeny of fossil and extant freshwater crayfish and some closely related nephropid lobsters
AL Rode, LE Babcock
Journal of Crustacean Biology 23 (2), 418-435, 2003
632003
Paleobiogeography of Miocene Equinae of North America: a phylogenetic biogeographic analysis of the relative roles of climate, vicariance, and dispersal
KC Maguire, AL Stigall
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 267 (3-4), 175-184, 2008
622008
Using environmental niche modeling to study the Late Devonian biodiversity crisis
ALS Rode, BS Lieberman
Developments in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy 20, 93-179, 2005
542005
Using GIS to assess the biogeographic impact of species invasions on native brachiopods during the Richmondian Invasion in the Type-Cincinnatian (Late Ordovician, Cincinnati …
AL Stigall
Palaeontologia Electronica 13 (1), 5A, 2010
532010
Integrating evolution and biogeography: a case study involving Devonian crustaceans
AL Rode, BS Lieberman
Journal of Paleontology 79 (2), 267-276, 2005
512005
Using GIS to study palaeobiogeographic and macroevolutionary patterns in soft-bodied Cambrian arthropods
JR Hendricks, BS Lieberman, AL Stigall
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 264 (1-2), 163-175, 2008
502008
Coordinated biotic and abiotic change during the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event: Darriwilian assembly of early Paleozoic building blocks
AL Stigall, CT Edwards, RL Freeman, CMØ Rasmussen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 530, 249-270, 2019
492019
Niche stability in Late Ordovician articulated brachiopod species before, during, and after the Richmondian Invasion
RW Malizia, AL Stigall
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 311 (3-4), 154-170, 2011
482011
Biotic immigration events, speciation, and the accumulation of biodiversity in the fossil record
AL Stigall, JE Bauer, AR Lam, DF Wright
Global and Planetary Change 148, 242-257, 2017
452017
Using ecological niche modeling to assess biogeographic and niche response of brachiopod species to the Richmondian Invasion (Late Ordovician) in the Cincinnati Arch
NL Dudei, AL Stigall
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 296 (1-2), 28-43, 2010
45*2010
Phylogenetic and biogeographic analysis of Devonian phyllocarid crustaceans
AL Rode, BS Lieberman
Journal of Paleontology 76 (2), 269-284, 2002
432002
PaleoENM: applying ecological niche modeling to the fossil record
CE Myers, AL Stigall, BS Lieberman
Paleobiology 41 (2), 226-244, 2015
392015
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