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Evolution 2010

  • Carl Boettiger A new phylogenetic comparative method: detecting niches and transitions with continuous characters

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  • Joe Felsenstein A comparative method for discrete and continuous characters using the threshold model
  • Lynsey McInnes: Deep-time changes to equilibrium diversity -- a simulation study of th power to detect rule changes from reconstructed phylogenies
  • Johnathan Davies Neutral Biodiversity theory can explain imbalance of phylogenetic trees
  • Ezra Miller Consensus by averaging phylogenetic trees.