This month in publications...


Posted: Jun 13, 2023 - 12:00pm

Here are some of the publications from May that are authored by UNM Biology's faculty, staff, and students:

Jung, C. G.Keyser, A. R.Remy, C. C.Krofcheck, D., Allen, C. D., & Hurteau, M. D. (2023). Topographic information improves simulated patterns of post-fire conifer regeneration in the southwest United StatesGlobal Change Biology001– 12

Williamson, J.L.Linck, E.B., Bautista, E.Smiley, A.McGuire, J.A.Dudley, R., Witt C. (2023Hummingbird blood traits track oxygen availability across space and timeEcology Letters001– 14.

Gaczorek, T. S.Chechetkin, M.Dudek, K.Caeiro-Dias, G., Crochet, P.-.Geniez, P.Pinho, C., & Babik, W. (2023). Widespread introgression of MHC genes in Iberian Podarcis lizardsMolecular Ecology001– 15

Kearns, P.J., Winter, A.S., Woodhams, D.C., Northup DE. The Mycobiome of Bats in the American Southwest Is Structured by Geography, Bat Species, and Behavior. Microb Ecol (2023).

Zemenick AT, Shaun Turney, Alex J Webster, Sarah C Jones, Marjorie G Weber. A response to Fagundes and Coyne's “Strategies for promoting effective and inclusive biology education”, BioScience, Volume 73, Issue 5, May 2023, Pages 322–323,

McCullough JM, Jack P Hruska, Carl H Oliveros, Robert G Moyle, Michael J Andersen. Ultraconserved elements support the elevation of a new avian family, Eurocephalidae, the white-crowned shrikes, Ornithology, 2023;, ukad025,

Webb RW, Marcy E Litvak, Paul D Brooks. 2023. The role of terrain-mediated hydroclimate in vegetation recovery after wildfire. Environ. Res. Lett. 18:064036,

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