Luke Harmon

Discipline
Biological Sciences

Publications

Nine exceptional radiations plus high turnover explain species diversity in jawed vertebrates.

Alfaro M, Santini F, Brock C, Alamillo H, Dornburg A, Rabosky D et al.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)

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Testing the island effect in adaptive radiation: rates and patterns of morphological diversification in Caribbean and mainland Anolis lizards.

Pinto G, Mahler D, Harmon L, Losos J

Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society (2008)

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Ecological explanations for (incomplete) speciation.

Nosil P, Harmon L, Seehausen O

Trends in ecology & evolution (2009)

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RBrownie: an R package for testing hypotheses about rates of evolutionary change

Stack J, Harmon L, O'Meara B

Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2011)

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Fitting Models of Continuous Trait Evolution To Incompletely Sampled Comparative Data Using Approximate Bayesian Computation

Slater G, Harmon L, Wegmann D, Joyce P, Revell L, Alfaro M

Evolution (2011)

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a Novel Comparative Method for Identifying Shifts in the Rate of Character Evolution on Trees

Eastman J, Alfaro M, Joyce P, Hipp A, Harmon L

Evolution (2011)

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The onion model, a simple neutral model for the evolution of diversity in bacterial biofilms

Eastman J, Harmon L, La H, Joyce P, Forney L

Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2011)

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Brain evolution triggers increased diversification of electric fishes

Carlson B, Hasan S, Hollmann M, Miller D, Harmon L, Arnegard M

Science (2011)

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Testing for Temporal Variation in Diversification Rates When Sampling is Incomplete and Nonrandom.

Brock C, Harmon L, Alfaro M

Systematic biology (2011)

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Ecological explanations for (failed) speciation

Nosil P, Harmon L, Seehausen O

Trends in Ecology & Evolution (2008)

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Ecological opportunity and the origin of adaptive radiations.

Yoder J, Clancey E, DES Roches S, Eastman J, Gentry L, Godsoe W et al.

Journal of evolutionary biology (2010)

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Phylogenetic signal, evolutionary process, and rate.

Revell L, Harmon L, Collar D

Systematic biology (2008)

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Sympatric and Allopatric Divergence of MHC Genes in Threespine Stickleback

Matthews B, Harmon L, M'Gonigle L, Marchinko K, Schaschl H

PLoS ONE (2010)

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Evolutionary diversification in stickleback affects ecosystem functioning

Harmon L, Matthews B, Des Roches S, Chase J, Shurin J, Schluter D

Nature (2009)

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Testing quantitative genetic hypotheses about the evolutionary rate matrix for continuous characters

Revell L, Harmon L

Evolutionary Ecology Research (2008)

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From genes to ecosystems: an emerging synthesis of eco-evolutionary dynamics.

Bailey J, Hendry A, Kinnison M, Post D, Palkovacs E, Pelletier F et al.

New Phytologist (2009)

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