Graham J Slater
Graham J Slater
Department of Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago
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geiger v2. 0: an expanded suite of methods for fitting macroevolutionary models to phylogenetic trees
MW Pennell, JM Eastman, GJ Slater, JW Brown, JC Uyeda, RG FitzJohn, ...
Bioinformatics 30 (15), 2216-2218, 2014
Multigene phylogeny of the Mustelidae: resolving relationships, tempo and biogeographic history of a mammalian adaptive radiation
KP Koepfli, KA Deere, GJ Slater, C Begg, K Begg, L Grassman, ...
BMC biology 6, 1-22, 2008
Integrating fossils with molecular phylogenies improves inference of trait evolution
GJ Slater, LJ Harmon, ME Alfaro
Evolution 66 (12), 3931-3944, 2012
Diversity versus disparity and the radiation of modern cetaceans
GJ Slater, SA Price, F Santini, ME Alfaro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1697), 3097-3104, 2010
Requirements for comparing the performance of finite element models of biological structures
ER Dumont, IR Grosse, GJ Slater
Journal of Theoretical Biology 256 (1), 96-103, 2009
Phylogenetic evidence for a shift in the mode of mammalian body size evolution at the C retaceous‐P alaeogene boundary
GJ Slater
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (8), 734-744, 2013
Clade age and species richness are decoupled across the eukaryotic tree of life
DL Rabosky, GJ Slater, ME Alfaro
Public Library of Science 10 (8), e1001381, 2012
Iterative ecological radiation and convergence during the evolutionary history of damselfishes (Pomacentridae)
B Frédérich, L Sorenson, F Santini, GJ Slater, ME Alfaro
The American Naturalist 181 (1), 94-113, 2013
Independent evolution of baleen whale gigantism linked to Plio-Pleistocene ocean dynamics
GJ Slater, JA Goldbogen, ND Pyenson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1855), 20170546, 2017
Allometry and performance: the evolution of skull form and function in felids
GJ Slater, B Van Valkenburgh
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (11), 2278-2287, 2009
Implications of predatory specialization for cranial form and function in canids
GJ Slater, ER Dumont, B Van Valkenburgh
Journal of Zoology 278 (3), 181-188, 2009
Iterative adaptive radiations of fossil canids show no evidence for diversity-dependent trait evolution
GJ Slater
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (16), 4897-4902, 2015
geiger: Analysis of evolutionary diversification
L Harmon, J Weir, C Brock, R Glor, W Challenger, G Hunt, R FitzJohn, ...
R package version 1 (1), 2009
Shape at the cross‐roads: homoplasy and history in the evolution of the carnivoran skull towards herbivory
B Figueirido, FJ Serrano‐Alarcón, GJ Slater, P Palmqvist
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (12), 2579-2594, 2010
Himalayan fossils of the oldest known pantherine establish ancient origin of big cats
ZJ Tseng, X Wang, GJ Slater, GT Takeuchi, Q Li, J Liu, G Xie
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1774), 20132686, 2014
The evolution of island gigantism and body size variation in tortoises and turtles
AL Jaffe, GJ Slater, ME Alfaro
Biology letters 7 (4), 558-561, 2011
Long in the tooth: evolution of sabertooth cat cranial shape
GJ Slater, B Van Valkenburgh
Paleobiology 34 (3), 403-419, 2008
Robust regression and posterior predictive simulation increase power to detect early bursts of trait evolution
GJ Slater, MW Pennell
Systematic Biology 63 (3), 293-308, 2014
Aquatic adaptations in the nose of carnivorans: evidence from the turbinates
B Van Valkenburgh, A Curtis, JX Samuels, D Bird, B Fulkerson, ...
Journal of Anatomy 218 (3), 298-310, 2011
Palaeoproteomics resolves sloth relationships
S Presslee, GJ Slater, F Pujos, AM Forasiepi, R Fischer, K Molloy, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (7), 1121-1130, 2019
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