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  1. Landry, Z., M.J. Roloson, and D. Fraser. Investigating the reliability of metapodials as taxonomic indicators for Beringian horses. (In Press at J. Mammalian Evolution; JOMM-D-22-00032).

  2. Fraser, D., A. Villaseñor, A. B. Tóth, M. Balk, J. T. Eronen, W. A. Barr, A. K. Behrensmeyer, M. Davis, A. Du, J. T. Faith, G. R. Graves, N. J. Gotelli, A. M. Jukar, C. V. Looy, B. J. McGill, J. H. Miller, S. Pineda-Munoz, R. Potts, A. B. Shupinski, L. C. Soul, S. K. Lyons. Late Quaternary biotic homogenization of North American mammalian faunas. Nature Communications 13: 3940.

  3. Fraser, D.*, and C. VanBuren*. Conservation palaeobiology (chapter submitted for the newest volume of The Complete Dinosaur).

  4. Christison, B.E., F. Gaidies, S. Pineda-Munoz, A. R. Evans, M. A. Gilbert, and D. Fraser. 2022. Dietary niches of creodonts and carnivorans of the late Eocene Cypress Hills Formation 103: 2-17.

  5. Fraser, D., S. Kim, J. Welker, M. Clementz. 2021b. Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) enamel phosphate δ18O values reflect climate seasonality: Implications for paleoclimate reconstruction Ecology and Evolution 11: 17005-17021.
  6. Landry, Zoe, S. Kim, R.B. Trayler, M. Gilbert, G. Zazula, and D. Fraser. Testing for ecological differences among Pleistocene and modern Yukon gray wolves (Canis lupus) using dental microwear and stable isotope analyses. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 571: 110368. No photo description available.Image Copyright: Julius Csotonyi and Yukon Government
  7. S.A.F. Darroch, D. Fraser, and M.M. Casey. 2021. The preservation potential of terrestrial biogeographic patterns. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288: 20202927.

  8. Fraser, D., L.C. Soul, M.A. Balk, W.A. Barr, A.K. Behrensmeyer, A. Du, J. Eronen, J.T. Faith, N.J. Gotelli, G. Graves, A.M. Jukar, C.V. Looy, J.H. Miller, S. Pineda-Munoz, A.B. Shupinski, A.B. Tóth, A. Villaseñor, and S.K. Lyons. 2021a. Investigating biotic interactions in deep time. Trends in Ecology and Evolution: 38:61-75.

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  9. Pineda-Munoz, S., A.M. Jukar, K. Amatangelo, W.M. Balk, W.A. Barr, A.K. Behrensmeyer, J.L. Blois, M. Davis, A. Du, J.T. Eronen, D. Fraser, N.J. Gotelli, C. Looy, J.H. Miller, L.C. Soul, A.B. Tóth, A. Villaseñor, S. Wing, S.K. Lyons. 2020. Body mass-related changes in mammal community assembly patterns during the late Quaternary of North America. Ecography 44: 56-66.

  10. Fraser, D. and S. K. Lyons. 2020. Mammal community structure across the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum 196:271-290.

  11. Tóth, A., S.K. Lyons, W. A. Barr, A.K. Behrensmeyer, J.L. Blois, R. Bobe, M. Davis, A. Du, J.T. Eronen, J.T. Faith, D. Fraser, N.J. Gotelli, G.R. Graves, A.M. Jukar, J.H. Miller, S. Pineda-Munoz, L.C. Soul, A. Villaseñor, and J. Alroy. 2019. Reorganization of surviving mammal communities after the end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction Science 365: 1305-1308. Copyright: E. Tóth.
  12. Fraser, D., R.J. Haupt, and W. A. Barr. 2018. Phylogenetic signal in tooth wear dietary niche proxies: what it means for those in the field 8: 1363-11367.
  13. Fraser, D., R.J. Haupt, and W. A. Barr. 2018. Phylogenetic signal in tooth wear dietary niche proxies. Ecology and Evolution 8: 5355-5368.
  14. Fraser, D. and S. K. Lyons. 2017. Biotic interchange has structured Western Hemisphere mammal communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26: 1408-1422.;jsessionid=3F2ED4E116D6EA6A6BAF029CECE70760.f02t01
  15. Boessenecker, R.W.D. FraserM. ChurchillJ. H. Geisler. 2017. A toothless dwarf dolphin (Odontoceti: Xenorophidae) points to explosive feeding diversification of modern whales (Neoceti). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284:
    20170531.  image_5160_1e-Inermorostrum-xenops
  16. Fraser, D. 2017. Can latitudinal richness gradients be measured in the terrestrial fossil record? Paleobiology 43: 479-494.
    Associated data
  17. Lyons, S. K., J. H. Miller, D. Fraser, F. A. Smith, A. Boyer, E. Lindsey, A. M. Mychajliw. 2016. The changing role of mammal life histories in late Quaternary extinction vulnerability on continents and islands. Biology Letters 12: 1-7.
  18. Gorelick, R.*, D. Fraser*, M. Mansfield, J. W. Dawson, S. Wijenayake, and S. M. Bertram. 2016. Evolution of avian W chromosomes: no gradual diminution, but abrupt shortening of W in ancestral Neognathae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (BJLS-4190 In Press).
  19. Fraser, D., R. Gorelick, and N. Rybczynski. 2015. Macroevolution and climate change influence phylogenetic community assembly of North American hoofed mammals. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114: 485-494.
    NOTE: We used the “all branches additive” time scaling method in the paleotree package (Bapst, 2012 Methods in Ecology and Evolution). The AR(1) correlation structure was specified for the gls models.
  20. Hoffmann, J., D. Fraser, and M. T. Clementz. 2015. Controlled feeding trials with ungulates: A new application of in vivo dental molding to assess the abrasive factors of microwear. Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 1538-1547.
  21. Fraser, D., C. Hassall, R. Gorelick, and N. Rybczynski. 2014. Mean annual precipitation explains spatiotemporal patterns of Cenozoic mammal beta diversity and latitudinal diversity gradients in North America. PLoS One 9: e106499.
  22. Fraser, D. and N. Rybczynski. 2014. Complexity of ruminant masticatory evolution. Journal of Morphology 275:1093-1102.
  23. Fraser, D., T. Zybutz, and J. M. Theodor. 2014. Ruminant mandibular mesowear: a new scheme for increasing paleoecological sample sizes. Journal of Zoology 291: 41-48.
  24. Cullen, T.M., D. Fraser, N. Rybczynski, and C. Schroder-Adams. 2014. Early evolution of sexual dimorphism and polygyny within Pinnipedia. Evolution 68: 1469-1484.
    Featured on the cover of the May 2014 issue of Evolution.
    THE NICHE CONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL - Scott‐Phillips -  2014 - Evolution - Wiley Online Library
  25. R. Gorelick*, D. Fraser*, B. J. M. Zonneveld, and D. P. Little. 2014. Cycad chromosome numbers uncorrelated with genome size. International Journal of Plant Sciences 175: 986-997.
  26. Fraser, D. and J. M. Theodor. 2013. Ungulate diets reveal patterns of grassland evolution in North America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 369: 409-421.
  27. Fraser, D. and J.M. Theodor. 2011. Anterior dentary shape as an indicator of diet in ruminant artiodactyls. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31: 1366-1375.
  28. Fraser, D. and J. M. Theodor. 2011. Comparing ungulate dietary proxies using discriminant function analysis. Journal of Morphology 272: 1513-1526.
  29. Fraser, D. and J. M. Theodor. 2010. The use of gross dental wear in dietary studies of extinct lagomorphs. Journal of Paleontology 84: 720-729.
  30. Fraser, D., J. C. Mallon, R. Furr, and J. M. Theodor. 2009. Improving the repeatability of low magnification microwear methods using high dynamic range imaging. PALAIOS 24: 818-825

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