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Phylogenetics, 2nd Edition

Wiley, E. O., and B. S. Lieberman. 2011. J. Wiley & Sons, New York. 432 p.

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Prehistoric Life: Evolution and the Fossil Record

Lieberman, B. S., and R. A. Kaesler. 2010. Wiley/Blackwell Scientific, Oxford, UK, 385 p.

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Paleobiogeography: Using Fossils to Study Global Change, Plate Tectonics, and Evolution.

Lieberman, B. S. 2000. Plenum Press/Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York.

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Lieberman, B. S. 2016. Pattern versus processes and hierarchies: Revisiting eternal metaphors in macroevolutionary theory. In N. Eldrege, T. Pievani, E. Serrelli, & I. Temkin (Eds.), Evolutionary Theory: A Hierarchical Perspective. University of Chicago Press. (pp. 29-46). University of Chicago Press.

Lieberman, B. S, and Saupe, E. E 2016. Palaeoniches get stiches: analyses of niches informing macroevolutionary theory. Lethaia 49: 149-159.

Simoes, M., Breitkreuz, L., Alvarado, M., Baca, S., Cooper, J. C., Heins, L., Herzog, K., and Lieberman, B. S. 2016. The evolving theory of evolutionary radiations. Trends in Ecology & Evolution (TREE) 31: 27-34. DOI://

Kimmig, J. and B. R. Pratt. 2016. Taphonomy of the middle Cambrian (Series3, Drumian) Ravens Throat River Lagerstätte, Mackenzie Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Lethaia 49: 150−169.

Kimmig, J. and B. R. Pratt. 2015. Soft-bodied biota from the middle Cambrian (Drumian) Rockslide Formation, Mackenzie Mountains, northwestern Canada. Journal of Paleontology 89: 51–71.

Hendricks, J. R, Stigall, A. L., and Lieberman, B. S. 2015. The Digital Atlas of Ancient Life: delivering information on paleontology and biogeography via the web. Paleontologica Electronica 18: (2.3E).

Saupe, E. E, Qiao, H., Hendricks, J. R, Portell, R. W, Hunter, S. J, Soberon, J., and Lieberman, B. S. 2015. Estimating extinction risk as a function of niche breadth and geographic range size: a case study using Pliocene—recent Atlantic Coastal Plain mollusks. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24: 1159-1169. DOI:10.1111/geb. 12333

Myers, C. E., Stigall, A. L., & Lieberman, B. S. 2015. PaleoENM: Applying ecological niche modeling to the fossil record. Paleobiology 41(2): 226-244. DOI:10.1017/pab.2014.19

Casey, M. C, Kennard, P., and Lieberman, B. S. 2014. Introduction to the Trilobites: Morphology, Macroevolution and more. An exercise for middle school students.

Casey, M. M, and Lieberman, B. S. 2014. Beyond Memorization: An Intermediate-level Paleontology Activity That Integrates Anatomy, Ecology, and Macroevolutionary Theory Using Trilobites. Evolution: Education and Outreach 7(20): 1-10.

Saupe, E. E., Hendricks, J. R., Peterson, A. T., and Lieberman, B. S. 2014. Climate change and marine molluscs of the western North Atlantic: future prospects and perils. Journal of Biogeography 41: 1352-1366. DOI:10.1111/jbi.12289

Gapp, I. W., and Lieberman, B. S. 2014. New olenelloid trilobites from the Northwest Territories, Canada.Zootaxa 3866(4): 479-498.

Lieberman, B. S., and N. Eldredge. 2014. What is punctuated equilibrium? What is macroevolution. Trends in Ecology & Evolution (TREE) 29:185-186.

Saupe, E. E., J. R. Hendricks, A. T. Peterson, and B. S. Lieberman. 2014. Climate change and marine molluscs of the western North Atlantic: future prospects and perils. Journal of Biogeography. In press doi: 10.1111/jbi.12289.

Hendricks, J. R, Farrell, U. C, and Lieberman, B. S 2014. Digital Atlas of Ancient Life.

Siveter, D. J., G. Tanaka, Ú.C. Farrell, M.J. Martin, D.J. Siveter, and D.E.G. Briggs. 2014. Exceptionally preserved 450 million-year-old Ordovician ostracods with brood care. Current Biology 24: 801-806.

Farrell, Ú.C., D.E.G. Briggs, E. U. Hammarlund, E. A. Sperling, and R. R. Gaines. 2013. Paleoredox and pyritization of soft-bodied fossils in the Ordovician Frankfort Shale of New York. American Journal of Science 313: 452-489.

Kimmig, J. 2013. Possible secondarily terrestrial lifestyle in the European phytosaur Nicrosaurus kapffi (Late Triassic, Norian) – A preliminary study. In: Triassic Geology and Paleontology: Tanner et al. (Eds.). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 61: 306–312.

Lieberman, B. S., and A. L. Melott. 2013. Declining volatility, a general property of disparate systems: from fossils, to stocks, to the stars. Palaeontology 56:1297-1304.

Myers, C. E., R. A. MacKenzie III, and B. S. Lieberman. 2013. A GIS approach to studying greenhouse biogeography: invasion and extinction in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Paleobiology 39:135-148.

Lieberman, B. S. 2012. Adaptive radiations in the context of macroevolutionary theory: a paleontological perspective. Evolutionary Biology 39:181-191.

Abe, F. R, and B. S. Lieberman. 2012. Quantifying morphological change during an evolutionary radiation of Devonian trilobites. Paleobiology 38(2):292-307.

Lieberman, B. S., and A. L. Melott. 2012. Whilst this planet goes cycling on: What role for periodic astronomical phenomena in large scale patterns in the history of life? Pp. 37-50 in J. Talent (Ed.), Earth and Life: Global Biodiversity, Extinction Intervals, and Biogeographic Perturbations Through Time, International Year of Planet Earth. Springer, Berlin.

Myers, C., and B. S. Lieberman. 2011. Sharks that pass in the night: Using GIS to investigate competition in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B. 278:681-689.

Kimmig, J., and Justin Spielmann. 2011. Biological factors influencing phytosaur (Archosauria: Phytosauridae) taxonomy: A Prospectus. In: Fossil Record 3: Sullivan et al. (Eds.). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 53:289–294.

Kimmig, J., and Gernot Arp. 2010. Phytosaur remains from the Norian Arnstadt Formation (Leine Valley, Germany), with reference to European phytosaur habitats. Palaeodiversity 3: 215–224.

Lieberman, B. S., and T. S. Karim. 2010. Tracing the trilobite tree from the root to the tips: a model marriage of fossils and phylogeny. Arthropod Structure & Development 39:111-123.

Abe, F. R., and B. S. Lieberman. 2009. The Nature of evolutionary radiations: A case study involving Devonian trilobites. Evolutionary Biology 36:225-234.

Hendricks, J. R., B. S. Lieberman, and A. L. Stigall. 2008. Using GIS to study the paleobiogeography of soft-bodied Cambrian arthropods. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, and Palaeoecology 264:163-175.

Moore, R. A., and B. S. Lieberman. 2009. Preservation of Early and Middle Cambrian soft-bodied arthropods from the Pioche Shale, Nevada, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 277:57-62.