Larisa E. Harding
Larisa E. Harding
Terrestrial Research Program Manager, AZ Game and Fish Department
Verified email at azgfd.gov
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The evolution of maximum body size of terrestrial mammals
FA Smith, AG Boyer, JH Brown, DP Costa, T Dayan, SKM Ernest, ...
science 330 (6008), 1216-1219, 2010
2042010
What can multiple phylogenies say about the latitudinal diversity gradient? A new look at the tropical conservatism, out of the tropics, and diversification rate hypotheses
R Jansson, G Rodríguez‐Castañeda, LE Harding
Evolution 67 (6), 1741-1755, 2013
952013
The maximum rate of mammal evolution
AR Evans, D Jones, AG Boyer, JH Brown, DP Costa, SKM Ernest, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (11), 4187-4190, 2012
902012
Predicting the fate of biodiversity using species’ distribution models: enhancing model comparability and repeatability
G Rodríguez-Castañeda, AR Hof, R Jansson, LE Harding
PLoS One 7 (9), e44402, 2012
552012
Mustela or Vison? Evidence for the taxonomic status of the American mink and a distinct biogeographic radiation of American weasels
LE Harding, FA Smith
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52 (3), 632-642, 2009
372009
Patterns of maximum body size evolution in Cenozoic land mammals: eco-evolutionary processes and abiotic forcing
JJ Saarinen, AG Boyer, JH Brown, DP Costa, SKM Ernest, AR Evans, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1784), 20132049, 2014
302014
Effects of allometry, productivity and lifestyle on rates and limits of body size evolution
JG Okie, AG Boyer, JH Brown, DP Costa, SKM Ernest, AR Evans, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1764), 20131007, 2013
232013
A tale of two species: extirpation and range expansion during the late Quaternary in an extreme environment
FA Smith, DL Crawford, LE Harding, HM Lease, IW Murray, ...
Global and Planetary Change 65 (3-4), 122-133, 2009
212009
Life in an extreme environment: a historical perspective on the influence of temperature on the ecology and evolution of woodrats
FA Smith, IW Murray, LE Harding, HM Lease, J Martin
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (6), 1128-1143, 2014
162014
Genetic management and setting recovery goals for Mexican wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) in the wild
LE Harding, J Heffelfinger, D Paetkau, E Rubin, J Dolphin, A Aoude
Biological Conservation 203, 151-159, 2016
102016
Out of the tropics: a phylogeographic history of the long-tailed weasel, Mustela frenata
LE Harding, JW Dragoo
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (4), 1178-1194, 2012
62012
The relative importance of biotic and abiotic factors influencing aspen recruitment in Arizona
MJ Clement, LE Harding, RW Lucas, ES Rubin
Forest Ecology and Management 441, 32-41, 2019
22019
Comparison of aerial survey methods for elk in Arizona
KD Bristow, MJ Clement, ML Crabb, LE Harding, ES Rubin
Wildlife Society Bulletin 43 (1), 77-92, 2019
2019
Reply to Hedrick: Genetics and recovery goals for Mexican wolves
LE Harding, J Heffelfinger, D Paetkau, ES Rubin, J Dolphin, A Aoude
Biological Conservation 100 (206), 212-213, 2017
2017
Patterns of maximum body size evolution in Cenozoic land
SK Lyons, JG Okie, RM Sibly, PR Stephens, J Theodor, MD Evans, ...
2014
Effects of allometry, productivity and lifestyle on rates and
SK Lyons, JJ Saarinen, FA Smith, PR Stephens, J Theodor, MD Evans, ...
2013
Predicting the Fate of Biodiversity Using Species’ Distribution Models: Enhancing Model
G Rodrıguez-Castaneda, AR Hof, R Jansson, LE Harding
2012
Predicting the fate of biodiversity using species' distribution models
A Hof, L Harding, G Rodriguez-Castaneda, R Jansson
2012
COS 68-6: Globetrotting: Patterns of similarity in mammalian distributions across continents
LE Harding, FA Smith, SK Lyons, KM Youberg, JH Brown
The 94th ESA Annual Meeting, 2009
2009
PS 3-36: You are what you eat: The key role of mesquite in promoting survival in an extreme environment
JT Martin, FA Smith, IW Murray, HM Lease, L Harding
The 94th ESA Annual Meeting, 2009
2009
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