Guralnick Lab - Recent Publications

Recent Publications 2014 - present

(2018) Riemer, K., R. Guralnick, and E. White. 2018. No general relationship between mass and temperature in endotherm species. eLife 2018;7:e27166 [DOI: 10.7554/eLife.271]

Kleist, N, R. Guralnick, A. Cruz, C. Lowry, and C. Francis. Online early. Chronic anthropogenic noise disrupts glucocorticoid signaling and has multiple effects on fitness in an avian community.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [doi: 10.1073/pnas.1709200115]

Espeland, M. et al. (and 16 coauthors, Guralnick 12th). In Press.  A comprehensive and dated phylogenomic analysis of butterflies.  Current Biology.

Ellwood, L., P. Kimberly, R. Guralnick, P. Flemons , K. Love ,S. Ellis and 27 other authors listed alphanbetically (senior author Austin Mast). Online Early. Worldwide Engagement for Digitizing Biocollections (WeDigBio)—The Biocollections Community's Citizen Science Space on the Calendar. Bioscience.

Yost, J. M., P.W. Sweeney, E. Gilbert, G. Nelson, R. Guralnick, and 20 other co-authors.  In Press.  Digitization Protocol for Scoring Phenology from Herbarium Specimens of Seed Plants.  Applications in Plant Science.  

Navarro, L.  et al. (5th of 32 co-authors).  Accepted.  Monitoring biodiversity change through effective global coordination.   Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.

Muller-Karger, F et al. (R. Guralnick 31st).  Online Early. Satellite sensor requirements for monitoring essential biodiversity variables of coastal ecosystems. Ecological Applications.

Folk, R., C. Visger, P. S. Soltis, D. E. Soltis, and R. P Guralnick*.  Accepted.  Geographic range dynamics drove ancient hybridization in a lineage of angiosperms.  American Naturalist.  

Vaidya G., D. Lepage and R. Guralnick*. Accepted. The tempo and mode of the taxonomic correction process: how taxonomists have corrected and recorrected North American bird species over the last 127 years. PLOS ONE.

Folk, R. A., P. Soltis, D. Soltis, R. Guralnick. Online Early. New Prospects in the Detection and Comparative Analysis of Hybridization in the Tree of Life.  American Journal of Botany.   

Folk, R. A., M. Sun, P. Soltis, S. A. Smith, D. E. Soltis and R. P. Guralnick.  In Press.  Wrestling with rosids: Challenges of comprehensive taxon sampling in comparative biology.  American Journal of Botany.

Stucky, B., R. Guralnick, J. Deck, E. Denny, K. Bolmgren and R. Walls.  Accepted. The Plant Phenology Ontology: A new informatics resource for large-scale integration of plant phenology data.  Frontiers in Plant Sciences.

Allen J.M., R. LaFrance, R. A. Folk, K. P. Johnson, and R. P. Guralnick.  Accepted.  aTRAM 2.0: An improved, flexible locus assembler for NGS data.  Evolutionary Bioinformatics.  

(2017) Kleist, N., R Guralnick, A. Cruz, and C. Francis.  2017. Sound settlement: Anthropogenic noise surpasses land cover in explaining distributions of secondary cavity nesting birds. Ecological Applications 27(1):260-273

MacFadden, B. and R. Guralnick. 2017. Horses in the Cloud: Big data exploration, mining, and integration for Equus (Mammalia, Equidae). Paleobiology:1–14. doi: 10.1017/pab.2016.42.

Mayor, S. J, R. P. Guralnick,, M. W. Tingley, J. Otegui, J. C. Withey, S. C. Elmendorf, M. E. Andrew, S. Leyk, I. S. Pearse, and D. C. Schneider.  2017. Earlier spring green-up leads to increasing phenological asynchrony in migratory birds. Scientific Reports 7, 1902.

Lacey, E.A, T. T. Hammond, R.E. Walsh, K. Bell, S. V. Edwards, E. R. Ellwood, R. Guralnick, S. M. Ickert-Bond, A. R. Mast, J. McCormack, A. K. Monfils, P. S. Soltis, D. E. Soltis,, J.A. Cook.  In Press.  Climate Change, Collections and the Classroom: Using Big Data to Tackle Big Problems.  Evolution: Education & Outreach

Kissling, W., Ahumada, J., Bowser, A.; M. Fernandez, N. Fernández, E. Alonso García,; R. Guralnick, N. Isaac, S. Kelling, W. Los, L. McRae, J-B  Mihoub, M. Obst, M. Santamaria, A. Skidmore,  K. Williams and multiple authors.  2018. Building essential biodiversity variables (EBVs) of species distribution and abundance at a global scale. Biological Reviews 93(1):600-625.  

Guralnick, R., R. Walls, and W. Jetz. Online Early. Humboldt Core – toward a standardized capture of biological inventories for biodiversity monitoring, modeling and assessment.  Ecography.

Owens, H., D. Lewis, J. Dupuis, A.L. Clamens, F. Sperling, A. Kawahara, R. Guralnick* and F. Condamine*.  Online Early.  Latitudinal diversity gradient in New World swallowtail butterflies investigated with multi-evidence approach uncovers contrasting patterns of out-of- and into-the-tropics dispersal.  Global Ecology and Biogeography. [Condamine and Guralnick co-senior authors]

(2016)  Kleist, N., R. Guralnick, A. Cruz and C. Francis.  2016.  Noise pollution masks intruder song and weakens territorial response.  Ecosphere 7(3):e01259 [DOI:10.1002/ecs2.1259]

J. Otegui, Guralnick, R. 2016. The Geospatial Data Quality REST API for Primary Biodiversity Data.  Bioinformatics 32(11):1755-1757 [doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btw057]

Zermoglio, P, R. Guralnick and J.R. Wieczorek. 2016. A standardized reference data set for vertebrate taxon name resolution.  PLOS ONE 11(1): e0146894. [doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146894]

Jetz, W, J. Cavender-Bares, R. Pavlick, D. Schimel, F. Davis, G. P. Asner, R. Guralnick, J. Kattge, A. Latimer, P. Moorcroft, M. E. Schaepman. M. P. Schildhauer, F. D. Schneider, F. Schrodt, U. Stahl, S. L. Ustin.  2016. A global remote sensing mission to detect and predict plant functional biodiversity change.  Nature Plants 2: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nplants.2016.24.

Meyer, C, W. Jetz, R. Guralnick, S. A. Fritz, and H. Kreft.  2016. Species-level biases in distribution records are driven by range geometry and socio-economics, not by species' detection or collection probabilities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(10):1181-1193.

Guralnick, R., P. Zermoglio, J. Wieczorek, R. LaFrance, D. Bloom, and L. Russell.  2016.  The importance of digitized biocollections as a source of trait data and a new VertNet resource.  Database:1–13 [doi: 10.1093/database/baw158]

(2015)  Parmentier, B, B. McGill, A. Wilson, J. Regetz, W. Jetz,  R. Guralnick, M-N Tuanmu, M. Shildhauer. 2015.  Using multi-timescale methods and satellite derived land surface temperature for the interpolation of daily maximum air temperature in Oregon.  International Journal of Climatology 35(13):3862–3878.

Ellwood, L., B. Dunkel, P. Flemons, R. Guralnick, G. Nelson, G. Newman, S. Newman, D. Paul, G. Riccardi, N. Rios, K. Seltmann, A. Mast.  2015.  Accelerating Digitization of Biodiversity Research Specimens through Online Public Participation.  Bioscience 65: 383–396.

Guralnick, R. P, N. Cellinese, J. Deck, R. Pyle, J. Kunze, L. Penev, R. Walls, G. Hagedorn, D. Agosti, J. Wieczorek, T. Capatano, R. D. M. Page. 2015. Community Next Steps for Making globally unique identifiers work for biocollections data.  Zookeys 494:133-154.  

Deck, J., R. Guralnick, R. Walls, S. Blum, M. Haendel, A. Matsunaga, J. Wieczorek.  2015. Meeting Report:  2015. Identifying practical applications of ontologies for biodiversity informatics.  Standards in Genomics 10:25.  [doi:  10.1186/s40793-015-0014-0]

Meyer, C, H. Kreft, R. Guralnick and W. Jetz. 2015. Global priorities for an effective knowledge base of biodiversity distributions.  Nature Communications 6:8221 [DOI:10.1038/ncomms9221]

Islam, M and R. Guralnick. 2015.  Generic placement of the former Condaliopsis (Rhamnaceae) species.  Phytokeys 236 (1): 025–039

(2014) Metcalf, J., S. Prost, D. Nogues-Bravo, E. DeChaine, C. Anderson, M. Araujo, A. Cooper and R. P Guralnick*.  2014.  Integrating multiple lines of evidence into historical biogeography hypothesis testing:  A Bison bison case study.   Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20132782.  [doi: 10.1098/rspb.2013.278][*corresponding author]

Robinson, N, J. Regetz and R. P. Guralnick.  2014. EARTHENV-DEM90: A Nearly Global, Void-Free, Multi-scale Smooth, 90M Digital Elevation Model from Fused ASTER and SRTM.  Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 87:57-67.  [doi: 10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2013.11.002]

Erb, L., C. Ray and R. Guralnick. 2014.  Determinants of pika population density versus occupancy in the Southern Rocky Mountains.  Ecological Applications 24:429-435.[doi: 10.1890/13-1072.1]

Walls, R., J. Deck, R. Guralnick and 22 other couathors [listed in alphabetical order].  2014. Semantics in Support of Biodiversity Knowledge Discovery: An Introduction to the Biological Collections Ontology and Related Ontologies.  PLOS ONE 9(3): e89606 . [one of 3 main authors].  

Robinson, N., M. D. Bowers, T. Kadlec, and R. Guralnick. 2014. Integrating Species Traits and Habitat Characteristics into Models of Butterfly Diversity in a Fragmented Ecosystem.   Ecological Modelling 281:15-25.  

Jadin, R., F. Burbrink, G. Rivas, L. Vitt, C. Barrio-Amoros, and R. Guralnick.  2014.  Finding arboreal snakes in an evolutionary tree: phylogenetic placement and systematic revision of the Neotropical birdsnakes.  Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research  52: 257–264. doi: 10.1111/jzs.12055 [doi: 10.1111/jzs.12055]    

L.C. Sackett, A. Seglund, R.P. Guralnick, M.M Mazzella, D.M. Wagner, J.D. Busch, A.P. Martin. 2014.  Evidence for two subspecies of Gunnison’s prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni), and the general importance of the subspecies concept. Biological Conservation 174:1-11 [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2014.03.010]  

Rocha, L., and 65 coauthors [one of the 65 co-authors listed in alphabetical order]. 2014.  Collecting biological specimens is necessary for science and society.  Science 344(6186):814-815. DOI:10.1126/science.344.6186.814. 

D. Lepage, Vaidya G., Guralnick, R. 2014. Avibase – a database system for managing and organizing taxonomic concepts. ZooKeys 420: 117–135. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.420.7089

J. A. Cook, S. V. Edwards, E. Lacey, R. P. Guralnick, P. S. Soltis, D. E. Soltis, C.  Welch, Kayce C. Bell, K. E. Galbreath, C. Himes, J. M. Allen, T. A. Heath, A. C. Carnaval, K. L. Cooper, M. Liu, J. Hanken.  2014.  Aiming Up:  Natural History Collections as Emerging Resources for Innovative Undergraduate Education in Biology.  Bioscience 64: 725–734. [doi:10.1093/biosci/biu096]

Stucky, B., J. Deck, T. Conlin, L. Ziemba, N. Cellinese, and R. Guralnick. 2014. The BiSciCol Triplifier: bringing biodiversity data to the Semantic Web. BMC Bioinformatics 15:257 [doi:10.1186/1471-2105-15-257]

Robertson, T, M.  Döring, R. Guranick, D. Bloom, K. Braak, J. Otegui, L. Russell, J. Wieczorek, and P. Desmet.  2014. The GBIF Integrated Publishing Toolkit: Facilitating the efficient publishing of biodiversity data on the Internet.  PLoS ONE 9(8): e102623. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102623.

Parmentier, B, B. McGill, A. Wilson, J. Regetz, W. Jetz,  R. Guralnick, M-N Tuanmu, N. Robinson, M. Shildhauer.  2014.  An assessment of methods and remotely sensed covariates for regional predictions of 1 km daily air temperature.  Remote Sensing 6(9): 8639-8670 [doi:10.3390/rs6098639].

R. Walls,  Guralnick, R, Deck, J.,  Parnell, J. J., Rocca-Serra, P. ,Wieczorek, J., Zheng, J.  2014. Advancing practical applications of biodiversity ontologies.  Standards in Genomic Science 9:17.

R. Guralnick, Conlin, T., Deck, J., Stucky, B, and Cellinese, N.  2014.  The Trouble with Triplets in Biodiversity Informatics: A Data-Driven Case Against Current Identifier Practices.  PLOS ONE 9(12): e114069.