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Terry, R.C.2017Isotopic niche variation from the Holocene to today reveals minimal partitioning and individualistic dynamics among four sympatric desert miceJournal of Animal Ecologylink
Terry, R.C., M.E. Guerre and D.S. Taylor2017How specialized is a diet specialist? Niche flexibility and local persistence through time of the Chisel-toothed kangaroo ratFunctional Ecologylink
Badgley, C., T.M. Smiley, R.C. Terry (+14 co-authors)2017Biodiversity and topographic complexity: Modern and geohistorical perspectivesTREElink
Smiley, T.M. and R.C. Terry2017Palaeoecology: MethodseLSlink
Lyons, S.K. et al. (+27 co-authors, incl. R.C. Terry)2016Reply (Questioning Holocene community shifts)Naturepdflink
Lyons, S.K. et al. (+27 co-authors, incl. R.C. Terry)2016Reply (Holocene shifts in the assembly of plant and animal communities implicate human impacts)Naturepdflink
Lyons, S.K. et al. (+28 co-authors, incl. R.C. Terry)2016Holocene shifts in the assembly of plant and animal communities implicate human impactsNaturepdflink
Terry, R.C., and R.J. Rowe2015Energy flow and functional compensation in Great Basin small mammals under natural and anthropogenic environmental changePNASpdflink
Terry, R.C., and M. Novak2015Where does the time go?: Mixing and the depth-dependent distribution of fossil agesGeologyrequestlink
Rowe, R.J., and R.C. Terry2014Small mammal responses to environmental change: integrating past and present dynamicsJournal of Mammalogyrequestlink
Blois, J., et al (+21 co-authors incl. R.C. Terry)2014A framework for evaluating the influence of climate, dispersal limitation, and biotic interactions using fossil pollen associations across the late QuaternaryEcographyrequestlink
Rowe, R.J., R.C. Terry, and E.A. Rickart2011Environmental change and declining resource availability for small mammal communities in the Great Basin. [Highlighted by F1000 and Science]Ecologypdflink
Terry, R.C., C.L. Li, and E.A. Hadly2011Predicting small-mammal responses to climatic warming: autecology, the geographic range, and Holocene warming. [Highlighted by Science News]Global Change Biologypdflink
Terry, R.C.2010The dead don’t lie: using skeletal remains for rapid assessment of historical small-mammal community baselines.Proceedings of the Royal Society B.pdflink
Terry, R.C.2010On raptors and rodents: testing the ecological fidelity and spatiotemporal resolution of cave death assemblages. Paleobiologypdflink
Terry, R.C.2009Paleoecology: Methods.The Encyclopedia of Life Sciencespdflink
Terry, R.C.2008Modeling the effects of predation, prey cycling, and time averaging on relative abundance in raptor-generated small mammal death assemblages. [BioOne featured article]Palaiospdflink
Terry, R.C.2007Inferring predator identity from skeletal damage of small-mammal remains.Evolutionary Ecology Researchpdflink
Terry, R.C.2004Owl pellet taphonomy: a preliminary study of the post-regurgitation taphonomic history of pellets in a temperate forest.Palaiospdflink
Rogers, R.R., K.C. Rogers, D. Munyikwa, R.C. Terry, and B.S. Singer2004Sedimentology and taphonomy of the upper Karoo-equivalent Mpandi Formation in the Tuli Basin of Zimbabwe, with a new 40AR/39AR age for the Tuli basalts.Journal of African Earth Sciencespdflink
Kowalewski, M., et al (+12 co-authors, incl. R.C. Terry)2003Quantitative fidelity of brachiopod-mollusk assemblages from modern subtidal environments of the San Juan Islands, USA.Journal of Taphonomypdflink