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  • Jackson, Jason Baird (Indiana University and Smithsonian Institute in Museum Anthropology, 2017)
    What do curators do? What hands-on skills should a graduate student acquire in order to prepare for a career working in museums or similar cultural heritage archives? How do the theoretical debates within various humanities ...
  • Ballantine, David L.; Brooks, Barrett L.; Johnson, Gabe P. (2019)
    Two rarely reported and one newly described species of benthic marine algae are herein recognized from deep-water habitats at Bonaire, representing the first Caribbean reports of each. Archestenogramma profundum is previously ...
  • Bell, Rayna C.; Irian, Christian G. (2019)
    Although naturally heterogeneous environments can lead to mosaic hybrid zones, human-induced habitat fragmentation can also lead to environmental heterogeneity and hybridization. Here we quantify phenotypic and molecular ...
  • Wood, W. Warner; Lurie, Nancy (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Smithsonian Institute in Museum Anthropology, 2017)
    This course is an elective for museum studies students that also meets an “advanced seminar” requirement for the Anthropology Masters and Ph.D. Graduate Programs. This course is an elective for museum studies students that ...
  • Stambach, Amy (University of Wisconsin-Madison and Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology, 2018)
    This is an undergraduate course for non-anthropology majors that fulfills a general education requirement. For many students, this is the only anthropology class they will take. The course rotates among three or four ...
  • Volf, Martin; Klime , Petr; Lamarre, Greg P. A.; Redmond, Conor M.; Seifert, Carlo L.; Abe, Tomokazu; Auga, John; Anderson-Teixeira, Kristina; Basset, Yves; Beckett, Saul; Butterill, Philip T.; Drozd, Pavel; González-Akre, Erika; Kaman, Ondrej; Kamata, Naoto; Laird-Hopkins, Benita; Libra, Martin; Manumbor, Markus; Miller, Scott E.; Molem, Kenneth; Mottl, Ondrej; Murakami, Masashi; Nakaji, Tatsuro; Plowman, Nichola S.; Pyszko, Petr; igut, Martin; ipo , Jan; Tropek, Robert; Weiblen, George D.; Novotny, Vojtech (2019)
    Research on canopy arthropods has progressed from species inventories to the study of their interactions and networks, enhancing our understanding of how hyper-diverse communities are maintained. Previous studies often ...
  • Byrne, Allison Q.; Vredenburg, Vance T.; Martel, An; Pasmans, Frank; Bell, Rayna C.; Blackburn, David C.; Bletz, Molly C.; Bosch, Jaime; Briggs, Cheryl J.; Brown, Rafe M.; Catenazzi, Alessandro; Lopez, Mariel Familiar; Figueroa-Valenzuela, Raul; Ghose, Sonia L.; Jaeger, Jef R.; Jani, Andrea J.; Jirku, Miloslav; Knapp, Roland A.; Munoz, Antonio; Portik, Daniel M.; Richards-Zawacki, Corinne L.; Rockney, Heidi; Rovito, Sean M.; Stark, Tariq; Sulaeman, Hasan; Nguyen Thien Tao; Voyles, Jamie; Waddle, Anthony W.; Yuan, Zhiyong; Rosenblum, Erica Bree (2019)
    Biodiversity loss is one major outcome of human-mediated ecosystem disturbance. One way that humans have triggered wildlife declines is by transporting disease-causing agents to remote areas of the world. Amphibians have ...
  • Schepaschenko, Dmitry; Chave, Jé; Phillips, Oliver L.; Lewis, Simon L.; Davies, Stuart J.; Réjou-Méchain, Maxime; Sist, Plinio; Scipal, Klaus; Perger, Christoph; Herault, Bruno; Labrière, Nicolas; Hofhansl, Florian; Affum-Baffoe, Kofi; Aleinikov, Alexei; Alonso, Alfonso; Amani, Christian; Araujo-Murakami, Alejandro; Armston, John; Arroyo, Luzmila; Ascarrunz, Nataly; Azevedo, Celso; Baker, Timothy; Balazy, Radomir; Bedeau, Caroline; Berry, Nicholas; Bilous, Andrii M.; Bilous, Svitlana Yu; Bissiengou, Pulchérie; Blanc, Lilian; Bobkova, Kapitolina S.; Braslavskaya, Tatyana; Brienen, Roel; Burslem, David F. R. P.; Condit, Richard; Cuni-Sánchez, Aida; Danilina, Dilshad; Del, Castillo Torres; Derroire, Gé; Descroix, Laurent; Sotta, Eleneide Doff; d'Oliveira, Marcus V. N.; Dresel, Christopher; Erwin, Terry; Evdokimenko, Mikhail D.; Falck, Jan; Feldpausch, Ted R.; Foli, Ernest G.; Foster, Robin; Fritz, Steffen; García-Abril, Antonio Damian; Gornov, Aleksey; Gornova, Maria; Gothard-Bassébé, Ernest; Gourlet-Fleury, Sylvie; Guedes, Marcelino; Hamer, Keith C.; Susanty, Farida Herry; Higuchi, Niro; Coronado, Eurídice N. Honorio; Hubau, Wannes; Hubbell, Stephen; Ilstedt, Ulrik; Ivanov, Viktor V.; Kanashiro, Milton; Karlsson, Anders; Karminov, Viktor N.; Killeen, Timothy; Koffi, Jean-Claude Konan; Konovalova, Maria; Kraxner, Florian; Krejza, Jan; Krisnawati, Haruni; Krivobokov, Leonid V.; Kuznetsov, Mikhail A.; Lakyda, Ivan; Lakyda, Petro I.; Licona, Juan Carlos; Lucas, Richard M.; Lukina, Natalia; Lussetti, Daniel; Malhi, Yadvinder; Manzanera, José Antonio; Marimon, Beatriz; Junior, Ben Hur Marimon; Vásquez Martínez, Rodolfo; Martynenko, Olga V.; Matsala, Maksym; Matyashuk, Raisa K.; Mazzei, Lucas; Memiaghe, Hervé; Mendoza, Casimiro; Monteagudo Mendoza, Abel; Moroziuk, Olga V.; Mukhortova, Liudmila; Musa, Samsudin; Nazimova, Dina I.; Okuda, Toshinori; Oliveira, Luis Claudio; Ontikov, Petr V.; Osipov, Andrey F.; Pietsch, Stephan; Playfair, Maureen; Poulsen, John; Radchenko, Vladimir G.; Rodney, Kenneth; Rozak, Andes H.; Ruschel, Ademir; Rutishauser, Ervan; See, Linda; Shchepashchenko, Maria; Shevchenko, Nikolay; Shvidenko, Anatoly; Silveira, Marcos; Singh, James; Sonké, Bonaventure; Souza, Cintia; Sterenczak, Krzysztof; Stonozhenko, Leonid; Sullivan, Martin J. P.; Szatniewska, Justyna; Taedoumg, Hermann; Ter Steege, Hans; Tikhonova, Elena; Toledo, Marisol; Trefilova, Olga V.; Valbuena, Ruben; Valenzuela Gamarra, Luis; Vasiliev, Sergey; Vedrova, Estella F.; Verhovets, Sergey V.; Vidal, Edson; Vladimirova, Nadezhda A.; Vleminckx, Jason; Vos, Vincent A.; Vozmitel, Foma K.; Wanek, Wolfgang; West, Thales A. P.; Woell, Hannsjorg; Woods, John T.; Wortel, Verginia; Yamada, Toshihiro; Nur Hajar, Zamah Shari; Zo-Bi, Iri (2019)
    Forest biomass is an essential indicator for monitoring the Earth's ecosystems and climate. It is a critical input to greenhouse gas accounting, estimation of carbon losses and forest degradation, assessment of renewable ...
  • Greene, Candace (George Washington University and Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology, 2018)
    This is a graduate seminar that meets once a week for two hours. In addition to grad students from Anthropology, there are usually students from Museum Studies and sometimes from Museum Education. Classwork with these ...
  • Strand, Malin; Norenburg, Jon; Alfaya, José E.; Fernández-Álvarez, Fernando Ángel; Andersson, Hå; Andrade, Sonia C. S.; Bartolomaeus, Thomas; Beckers, Patrick; Bigatti, Gregorio; Cherneva, Irina; Chernyshev, Alexey; Chung, Brian M.; Döhren, Jörn von; Giribet, Gonzalo; Gonzalez-Cueto, Jaime; Herrera-Bachiller, Alfonso; Hiebert, Terra; Hookabe, Natsumi; Junoy, Juan; Kajihara, Hiroshi; Krämer, Daria; Kvist, Sebastian; Magarlamov, Timur Yu; Maslakova, Svetlana; Mendes, Cecili B.; Okazaki, Robert; Sagorny, Christina; Schwartz, Megan; Sun, Shi-Chun; Sundberg, Per; Turbeville, James M.; Xu, Cong-Mei (2019)
  • Matson, J. O.; Woodman, Neal (Asociación Guatemalteca de Mastozoólogos, 2019)
  • Gutiérrez, Harol; Castañeda, Roxana; Quipuscoa, Victor; Peterson, Paul M. (2019)
    Aristida surperuanensis sp. nov. is described and illustrated. The new species, from southern Moquegua (Peru), differs from A. flaccida in having contracted panicles, spikelets to 1 1.1 cm long and lemmas 5.5 6.5 mm long. ...
  • Rutishauser, Ervan; Wright, S. Joseph; Condit, Richard; Hubbell, Stephen P.; Davies, Stuart J.; Muller-Landau, Helene (2019)
    Tropical forest responses to climate and atmospheric change are critical to the future of the global carbon budget. Recent studies have reported increases in estimated above-ground biomass (EAGB) stocks, productivity, and ...
  • Ridgway, Robert (1888)
  • Yamada, Tadasu K.; Kitamura, Shino; Abe, Syuiti; Tajima, Yuko; Matsuda, Ayaka; Mead, James G.; Matsuishi, Takashi F. (2019)
    Two types of Berardius are recognised by local whalers in Hokkaido, Japan. The first is the ordinary Baird's beaked whale, B. bairdii, whereas the other is much smaller and entirely black. Previous molecular phylogenetic ...
  • Chen, Albert; White, Noor D.; Benson, Roger B. J.; Braun, Michael J.; Field, Daniel J. (2019)
    Strisores is a clade of neoavian birds that include diurnal aerial specialists such as swifts and hummingbirds, as well as several predominantly nocturnal lineages such as nightjars and potoos. Despite the use of genome-scale ...
  • Carrillo-Baltodano, Allan M.; Boyle, Michael J.; Rice, Mary E.; Meyer, Néva P. (2019)
    Sipuncula is a clade of unsegmented marine worms that are currently placed among the basal radiation of conspicuously segmented Annelida. Their new location provides a unique opportunity to reinvestigate the evolution and ...
  • Shipps, B. K.; Peredo, Carlos Mauricio; Pyenson, Nicholas D. (2019)
    Baleen whales (mysticetes) lack teeth as adults and instead filter feed using keratinous baleen plates. They do not echolocate with ultrasonic frequencies like toothed whales but are instead known for infrasonic acoustics. ...
  • Kenfack, David; Nguema, Diosdado Ekomo (2019)

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