Publications & Presentations

Published and in Review:

  • Bradham, J., DeSantis, L., Jorge, M., Keuroghlian, A. submitted. Dietary variability of extinct tayassuids and modern white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu pecari) using dental microwear and stable isotope analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
  • Bradham, J., Flynn, J., Croft, D., Wyss, A. 2015. A new notostylopid and two species of Periphragnis (Mammalia: Notoungulata) from the Tinguiririca Fauna of Chile. American Museum Novitates, 3841: 1-24.

In preparation:

  • Jorge, M., Bradham, J., Oshima, J., Ribeiro, M., and Keuroghlian, A. in final preparation. Unraveling landscape use by an ecosystem engineer through its movement patterns: towards better management of agricultural lands. to be submitted to Journal of Applied Ecology, September 2017.
  • Bradham, J., Jorge, M., Yip, C., Gilligan, J., Oshima, J., Keuroghlian, A., and Ribeiro, M. in prep. First Steps toward linking individual-based models and animal movement to evaluate habitat use in fragmented ecosystems: a case study in central Brazil. To be submitted to Landscape Ecology, November 2017

Conference Abstracts:

  • Bradham, J., Yip, Clara., and Jorge, M. 2017. Coupling individual-based model simulations and empirical movement data to evaluate ecosystem change over time in a fragmented landscape. ESA abstracts and publications book, 102th Annual meeting: Portland, Oregon.
  • Bradham, J., Yip, Clara., Jorge, M, and Keuroghlian, A. 2017. Evaluating the sustainability of fragmented tropical ecosystems as a function of ungulate habitat use: A case study in the Brazilian Cerrado. Proceedings for the Association of Tropical Biologists, 54th annual meeting: Merida, Mexico.
  • Jorge, M., Bradham, J., Oshima, J., Keuroghlian, A., and Ribeiro, M. 2017. Unraveling landscape use by an ecosystem engineer with high-resolution GPS data: towards better management of agricultural lands. ESA abstracts and publications book, 102th Annual meeting: Portland, Oregon.
  • Keuroghlian, A., Eaton, D., Bradham, J., Oshima, J., and Jorge, M. 2017. Using key wildlife species to inform conservation planning in the Cerrado and Pantanal of Brazil. 12th International Mammalogy Conference: Perth, Australia
  • Bradham, J. 2017. Employing dietary behaviors and movement analyses to evaluate habitat use and ecosystem sustainability in the Neotropics. Humboldt Colloquium 2017, Washington, D.C.
  • Bradham, J., Gibson, B., Jorge, M., Oshima, J., Ribeiro, M., and Keuroghlian, A. 2016. Modeling movement patterns and resource acquisition in spatially distinct fragmentation scenarios. ESA abstracts and publications book, 101th Annual Meeting: Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • Bradham, J., DeSantis, L., Jorge, M., Galetti, M., Keuroghlian, A. 2015. Dietary variability as inferred from stable carbon isotopes in white-lipped peccaries: a cautionary tale revealed from hair and enamel tissues. SVP abstracts publication book, 75th Annual meeting: Dallas, Texas
  • Bradham, J., DeSantis, L., Jorge, M. 2015. Assessing dietary variation of extinct and extant peccaries in the Americas through stable isotopes and dental microwear texture analysis. GSA abstracts and publications, SEGSA: Chattanooga, TN.
  • Bradham, J., DeSantis, L., Jorge, M., Galetti, M., and Keuroghlian, A. 2015. Dietary Plasticity in Modern and Extinct Peccaries: A harrowing tale of survival. SEAVP abstracts and publications book, 8th Annual Meeting: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  • Bradham, J., and DeSantis, L. 2014. Dental microwear texture analysis of peccaries across space and time: Assessing dietary variation of extant and extinct peccaries in the Americas. SVP abstracts publication book, 74th Annual meeting: Berlin, Germany.