*indicates graduate student at time of work
27. Meik, Jesse M. and A. Michelle Lawing. Invited/In Review. Considerations and pitfalls in the spatial analysis of water quality data associated with hydraulic fracturing. To be published in K. A. Schug and Z. L. Hildenbrand (eds.), Advanced in Chemical Pollution, Environmental Management and Protection. Elsevier (Environmental Issues Concerning Hydraulic Fracturing Series Volume 1), Academic Press.
26. Oakley*, Jenny W., A. Michelle Lawing, George Guillen, and Frances Gelwick. In Review. Defining Ecologically, Geographically, and Politically Coherent Boundaries for the Northern Gulf of Mexico Coastal Region: Facilitating Ecosystem-Based Management. Ocean and Coastal Management.
25. Ryberg, Wade A. and A. Michelle Lawing. Invited/In Review. Genetic Consequences and management implications of climate change for the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis). To be published in C. B. Eversole and S. E. Henke (eds.), American Alligators: Habitats, Behaviors, and Threats.
24. Reinke, Elizabeth A.*, A. Michelle Lawing, Andrew Burnside, and P. David Polly. Late stage prep. Shape and asymmetry of a freshwater turtle, Chrysemys picta.
ŧ indicates co-first author
23. Barnosky, Anthony D., Elizabeth A. Hadly, Patrick Gonzalez, Jason Head, P. David Polly, A. Michelle Lawing, et al. 2017. Merging paleontology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems. Science 355, 6325, eaah4787. doi: 10.1126/science.aah4787.
22. Vermillion, Wesley A.*, P. David Polly, Jason J. Head, , Jussi T. Eronen, and A. Michelle Lawing. Accepted, 2017. Ecometrics: A trait-based approach to paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction. To be published in D.A. Croft, S.W. Simpson, and D.F. Su (eds.), Methods in Paleoecology: Reconstructing Cenozoic Terrestrial Environments and Ecological Communities. Springer (Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series), Dordrecht.
21. Polly, P. David, Jesualdo Fuentes-Gonzalez*, A. Michelle Lawing, Allison K. Bormet*, and Robert G. Dundas. 2017. Clade sorting has a greater effect than local adaptation on ecometric patterns in Carnivora. Evolutionary Ecology Research 118, Early View.
20. Lawing, A. Michelleŧ, Jussi Eronenŧ, Jessica Bloisŧ, Catherine Graham, and P. David Polly. 2016. Community functional trait composition at the continental scale: the effects of non-ecological processes. Ecography. Early View. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.01986
19. Lawing, A. Michelle, P. David Polly, Diana K. Hews, and Emília P. Martins. 2016. Miocene Climate and Paleophylogeographic Models: A Deep Time Perspective on the Climatic Niche Evolution and Diversification of Spiny Lizards (Sceloporus).American Naturalist 188: 133 – 148.
18. Polly, P. David, A. Michelle Lawing, Jussi T. Eronen, and Jan Schnitzler. 2016. Processes of ecometric patterning: modelling functional traits, environments, and clade dynamics in deep time. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 118: 39 – 63.
17. Meik, Jesse M.ŧ, Jeffrey W. Streicherŧ, A. Michelle Lawingŧ, Oscar Flores-Villela, and Matthew K. Fujita. 2015. Limitations of climate-based modeling for inferring species boundaries: Insights from the speckled rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii) complex. PLoS ONE 10: e0131435.
16. Tapaltsyan, Vagan, Jussi Eronen, A. Michelle Lawing, Amnon Sharir, Christine Janis, Jukka Jernvall, and Ophir D. Klein. 2015. Continuously growing rodent molars result from a predictable quantitative evolutionary change over 50 million years. Cell Reports 11: 673 – 680.
15. Lawing, A. Michelleŧ and Nicholas Matzkeŧ. 2014. Conservation paleobiology needs phylogenetic methods. Ecography 37: 1109-1122.
14. Rödder, Dennisŧ, A. Michelle Lawingŧ, Morris Flecks, Faraham Ahmadzadeh, Johannes Dambach, Jan O. Engler, Jan Christian Habel, Timo Hartmann, David Hörnes, Flora Ihlow, Kathrin Schidelko, Darius Stiels, and P. David Polly. 2013. Evaluating the significance of paleophylogeographic species distribution models in reconstructing Quaternary range-shifts of Nearctic Chelonians. PLoS One 8: e72855.
13. Polly, P. David, A. Michelle Lawing, Anne-Claire Fabre, and Anjali Goswami. 2013. Phylogenetic principal components analysis and geometric morphometrics. Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy 24: 33-41.
12. Lawing, A. Michelle, Jason J. Head, and P. David Polly. 2012. The ecology of morphology: the ecometrics of locomotion and macroenvironment in North American snakes. Pp. 117-146 in J. Louys (ed.), Palaeontology in Ecology and Conservation. Springer-Verlag, Berlin and Heidelberg.
11. Lawing, A. Michelle, Jesse M. Meik, and P. David Polly. 2012. Climate and competition shape species borders: A study of Panamint (Crotalus stephensi) and Speckled (Crotalus mitchellii) Rattlesnakes. ISRN Zoology 528745:1-6.
10. Meik, Jesse M., Sarah Schaack, Matthew J. Ingrasci, A. Michelle Lawing, Kirk Setser, Estrella Mociño-Deloya, Oscar Flores-Villela. 2012. Notes on activity, body size variation, and diet in insular speckled rattlesnakes from the western Sea of Cortés, Mexico. Herpetological Review 43:556–560.
9. Meik, Jesse M., Kirk Setser, and A. Michelle Lawing. 2012. Sexual differences in head form and diet in a population of the Mexican lance-headed rattlesnake (Crotalus polystictus). Biol J Linnaean Society 106: 633-640.
8. Lawing, A. Michelle and P. David Polly. 2011. Pleistocene climate and phylogeny predict 21st century changes in rattlesnake distributions. PLoS One 6: e28554.
7. Lawing, A. Michelle and P. David Polly. 2010. Geometric morphometrics: Recent applications to the study of evolution and development. Journal of Zoology 280: 1-7.
6. Meik, Jesse M., A. Michelle Lawing, and André Pires-daSilva. 2010. Body size evolution in insular speckled rattlesnakes (Viperidae: Crotalus mitchellii). PLoS One 5:e9524.
5. Lawing, A. Michelleŧ, Jesse M. Meikŧ and Walter Schargel. 2008. Coding meristic characters for phylogenetic analysis: a comparison of step-matrix gap-weighting and generalized frequency coding. Systematic Biology 57: 167–173.
4. Meik, Jesse M. and A. Michelle Lawing. 2008. Elevation gradients and lizard assemblage structure in the Bonneville Basin, western USA. J of Arid Environments 72:1193-1201.
3. Casola, Claudio, A. Michelle Lawing, Ester Betrán and Cédric Feschotte. 2007. PIF-like transposons are common in Drosophila and have been repeatedly domesticated to generate new host genes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 24: 1872–1888.
2. Lawing, A. Michelle and Jesse M. Meik. 2006. Geographic distribution. Plestiodon septentrionalis. Herpetological Review. 37: 241.
1. Meik, Jesse M. and A. Michelle Lawing. 2006. Geographic distribution. Chelydra serpentina. Herpetological Review. 37: 104.