Richard D. Stevens
Richard D. Stevens
Presidents Excellence in Research Professor, Texas Tech University
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Latitudinal gradients of biodiversity: pattern, process, scale, and synthesis
MR Willig, DM Kaufman, RD Stevens
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 34 (1), 273-309, 2003
2016 Guidelines of the American Society of Mammalogists for the use of wild mammals in research and education
RS Sikes, ...
Journal of mammalogy 97 (3), 663-688, 2016
Trophic strategies, niche partitioning, and patterns of ecological organization
BD Patterson, MR Willig, RD Stevens
Bat ecology 9, 536-557, 2003
Compensatory dynamics are rare in natural ecological communities
JE Houlahan, DJ Currie, K Cottenie, GS Cumming, SKM Ernest, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (9), 3273-3277, 2007
The latitudinal gradient in niche breadth: concepts and evidence
DP Vázquez, RD Stevens
The American Naturalist 164 (1), E1-E19, 2004
Patterns of functional diversity across an extensive environmental gradient: vertebrate consumers, hidden treatments and latitudinal trends
RD Stevens, SB Cox, RE Strauss, MR Willig
Ecology letters 6 (12), 1099-1108, 2003
Is there a correlation between abundance and environmental suitability derived from ecological niche modelling? A meta‐analysis
MM Weber, RD Stevens, JAF Diniz‐Filho, CEV Grelle
Ecography 40 (7), 817-828, 2017
Geographical ecology at the community level: perspectives on the diversity of New World bats
RD Stevens, MR Willig
Ecology 83 (2), 545-560, 2002
Historical processes enhance patterns of diversity along latitudinal gradients
RD Stevens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1599), 2283-2289, 2006
Threshold effect of habitat loss on bat richness in cerrado‐forest landscapes
RL Muylaert, RD Stevens, MC Ribeiro
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1854-1867, 2016
Untangling latitudinal richness gradients at higher taxonomic levels: familial perspectives on the diversity of New World bat communities
RD Stevens
Journal of Biogeography 31 (4), 665-674, 2004
Patterns of range size, richness, and body size in the Chiroptera
MR Willig
Bat ecology, 580-621, 2003
Elements of metacommunity structure of Paraguayan bats: multiple gradients require analysis of multiple ordination axes
SJ Presley, CL Higgins, C López-González, RD Stevens
Oecologia 160, 781-793, 2009
Bats with hATs: Evidence for Recent DNA Transposon Activity in Genus Myotis
DA Ray, HJT Pagan, ML Thompson, RD Stevens
Molecular biology and evolution 24 (3), 632-639, 2007
Patterns of species co‐occurrence and density compensation: a test for interspecific competition in bat ectoparasite infracommunities
J Sebastián Tello, RD Stevens, CW Dick
Oikos 117 (5), 693-702, 2008
ATLANTIC BATS: a data set of bat communities from the Atlantic Forests of South America
RL Muylaert, RD Stevens, CEL Esbérard, MAR Mello, GST Garbino, ...
Ecology 98 (12), 3227-3227, 2017
Gradients of bat diversity in Atlantic Forest of South America: environmental seasonality, sampling effort and spatial autocorrelation
RD Stevens
Biotropica 45 (6), 764-770, 2013
Conflicting Evolutionary Histories of the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes in New World Myotis Bats
RN Platt, BC Faircloth, KAM Sullivan, TJ Kieran, TC Glenn, ...
Systematic Biology 67 (2), 236-249, 2018
Relative effects of time for speciation and tropical niche conservatism on the latitudinal diversity gradient of phyllostomid bats
RD Stevens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717), 2528-2536, 2011
Metacommunity analysis of Mexican bats: environmentally mediated structure in an area of high geographic and environmental complexity
C López‐González, SJ Presley, A Lozano, RD Stevens, CL Higgins
Journal of Biogeography 39 (1), 177-192, 2012
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