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McGuire, J.L., McRae, B., Lawler, J., Nuñez, T., and Theobald, D. Achieving climate connectivity in a fragmented landscape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(26): 7195-7200.  Go to article.

Orzechowski, E.A., Lockwood, R., Byrnes, J.E., Anderson, S.C., Finnegan, S., Harnik, P.G., Finkel, Z.V., Lindberg, D.R., Liow, L.H., Lotze, H.K., McClain, C.M., McGuire,  J.L., O’Dea, A., Pandolfi, J.M., Simpson, C., Tittensor, D.P. 2015. Marine extinction risk shaped by trait–environment interactions over 500 million years. Global Change Biology. 21(10): 3595-3607. Go to article.

Krosby, M., Wilsey, C.B., 
McGuire, J.L., Duggan, J.M., Noguire, T.M., Heinrichs, J.A., Tewksbury, J.J., Lawler, J.J. 2015. Climate-induced range shifts and increased rates of sympatry among closely-related species. Nature Climate Change. 5: 883-886. Go to article.

Finnegan, S., Anderson, S.C., Harnik, P.G., Simpson, C., Tittensor, D.P., Byrnes, J.E., Finkel, Z.V., Lindberg, D.R., Liow, L.H., Lockwood, R., Lotze, H.K., McClain, C.M., 
McGuire,  J.L., O’Dea, A., Pandolfi, J.M. 2015. Paleontological baselines for evaluating contemporary extinction risk in the coastal oceans. Science. Go to article.

Gill, J., Benito, B., Dobrowski, S., Hunter, M., Goring, S., Blois, J., and 
McGuire, J.L. 2015. A 2.5-million-year perspective on coarse-filter strategies for conserving nature’s stage. Conservation BiologyGo to article.

McGuire, J.L. 
& Davis, E.B. 2014. Conservation Paleobiogeography: the past, present, and future of species distributions. Ecography. 37(11): 1092-1092. doi:10.1111/ecog.01337.

Davis, E.B., 
McGuire, J.L.Orcutt, J. 2014. Niche reconstructions of glacial refugia show consistent bias. Ecography. 37(11): 1133-1138. doi:10.1111/ecog.01294.

Dawson, M. N., Algar, A. C., Antonelli, A., Dávalos, L., Davis, E., Early, R., Guisan, A., Jansson, R., Lessard, J-P., Marske, K.A., 
McGuire, al. 2013. An horizontal scan of biogeography. Frontiers of Biogeography. Go to article.

McGuire, J. L. and Davis, E.B. 2013. Paleontology of California Microtus tests species distribution models and reveals responses to climate change. Journal of Biogeography. Go to article. 

Harnik, P.G., Lotze, H.K., Anderson, S.C., Byrnes, J.E., Finkel, Z.V., Finnegan, S., Lindberg, D.R., Liow, L.H., Lockwood, R., McClain, C.M., McGuire, J.L., et al. 2012. Extinctions in ancient and modern seas. Trends in Ecology and Evolutiondoi: 10.1016/j.tree.2012.07.010.

McGuire, J.L. 
2011. Identifying California Microtus species using geometric morphometrics documents Quaternary geographic range contractions. Journal of Mammalogy 92(6). Go to article.

Tomiya, S., McGuire, al. 2011. Faunal composition, taphonomy, and paleoecology of late Quaternary mammals from Pacheco, northwest California. PaleoBios. Go to article. 

Extinction magnitudes of IUCN-assessed taxa  in comparison to the 75% mass-extinction benchmark.
Barnosky, A.D., Matzke, N., Wogan, G., Tomiya, S. Swartz, B. Quental, T., Marshall, C., McGuireJ.L.
  • Lindsey, E.L.,
  • Maguire, K.C.,
  • Mersey, B.
  • & E.A. Ferrer.
     2011. Has the Earth's sixth mass extinction already arrived? Nature. doi:10.1038/nature09678

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    McGuire, J. L.2010. Geometric morphometrics of vole (Microtus californicus) dentition as anew paleoclimate proxy: shape change along geographic and climatic clines. Quaternary changesof mammalian communities across and between continents.Quaternary International212(2):198-205Go to article.

    Blois, J., McGuire, J.L., and E. Hadly.  2010. Small mammal diversity loss in response to Late Pleistocene climate change. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature09077


    DeBlieux, D.D., Kirkland, J.I., Smith, J.A., 
    McGuire, J.L., and Santucci, V.L. 2006. An overview of the paleontology of Upper Triassic and Lower Jurassic rocks in Zion National Park, Utah. The Triassic-Jurrasic Terrestrial Transition. NMMNH and Science Bulletin 37: 490-501. Go to article.

    Mickelson, D. L., A. Milner, D. D. Deblieux, and
     McGuire, J.L. The oldest known Early Triassic fossil vertebrate footprints in North America, from Zion National Park, Utah. Fossils from Federal Lands. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Sciences Bulletin 34: 141-144.  Go to article.