Advait M. Jukar
Advait M. Jukar
Lecturer of Paleontology, University of Arizona
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Daily temperature fluctuations unpredictably influence developmental rate and morphology at a critical early larval stage in a frog
JM Arrighi, ES Lencer, A Jukar, D Park, PC Phillips, RH Kaplan
BMC ecology 13, 1-11, 2013
Evolution of Early Equus in Italy, Georgia, the Indian Subcontinent, East Africa, and the Origins of African Zebras
RL Bernor, O Cirilli, AM Jukar, R Potts, M Buskianidze, L Rook
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 166, 2019
Reorganization of surviving mammal communities after the end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction
AB Tóth, SK Lyons, WA Barr, AK Behrensmeyer, JL Blois, R Bobe, ...
Science 365 (6459), 1305-1308, 2019
Mammal biochronology (Land Mammal Ages) around the world from Late Miocene to Middle Pleistocene and major events in horse evolutionary history
L Rook, RL Bernor, LS Avilla, O Cirilli, L Flynn, A Jukar, W Sanders, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 451815, 2019
Investigating biotic interactions in deep time
D Fraser, LC Soul, AB Tóth, MA Balk, JT Eronen, S Pineda-Munoz, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (1), 61-75, 2021
Late Quaternary extinctions in the Indian Subcontinent
AM Jukar, SK Lyons, PJ Wagner, MD Uhen
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 110137, 2020
Evolution of the family Equidae, subfamily Equinae, in North, central and south America, Eurasia and Africa during the plio-pleistocene
O Cirilli, H Machado, J Arroyo-Cabrales, CI Barrón-Ortiz, E Davis, ...
Biology 11 (9), 1258, 2022
The first specimen of Deinotherium indicum (Mammalia, Proboscidea, Deinotheriidae) from the late Miocene of Kutch, India
NP Singh, AM Jukar, R Patnaik, KM Sharma, NA Singh, YP Singh
Journal of Paleontology 94 (4), 788-795, 2020
The first occurrence of Eurygnathohippus (Mammalia, Perissodatyla, Equidae) outside Africa and its biogeographic significance
AM Jukar, B Sun, AC Nanda, RL Bernor
Bollettino della Società paleontologica italiana 58 (2), 2019
Late Quaternary megafaunal extinctions in India: How much do we know?
ST Turvey, V Sathe, JJ Crees, AM Jukar, P Chakraborty, AM Lister
Quaternary Science Reviews 252, 106740, 2021
The youngest occurrence of Hexaprotodon Falconer and Cautley, 1836 (Hippopotamidae, Mammalia) from South Asia with a discussion on its extinction
AM Jukar, R Patnaik, PR Chauhan, HC Li, JP Lin
Quaternary international 528, 130-137, 2019
The first occurrence of Plesiohipparion huangheense (Qiu, Huang & Guo, 1987)(Equidae, Hipparionini) from the late Pliocene of India
A Jukar, B Sun, RL Bernor
Boll. Soc. Paleo. Ital 57, 125-132, 2018
Late quaternary biotic homogenization of North American mammalian faunas
D Fraser, A Villaseñor, AB Tóth, MA Balk, JT Eronen, W Andrew Barr, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 3940, 2022
A cranial correlate of body mass in proboscideans
AM Jukar, SK Lyons, MD Uhen
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 184 (3), 919-931, 2018
Body mass‐related changes in mammal community assembly patterns during the late Quaternary of North America
S Pineda‐Munoz, AM Jukar, AB Tóth, D Fraser, A Du, WA Barr, ...
Ecography 44 (1), 56-66, 2021
Dragon bones from the heavens: European explorations and early palaeontology in Zanda Basin of Tibet, retracing type locality of Qurliqnoria hundesiensis and Hipparion …
X Wang, AM Jukar, ZJ Tseng, Q Li
Historical Biology 33 (10), 2216-2227, 2021
Temporal Turnover in Late Neogene and Quaternary Mammal Assemblages
AM Jukar
George Mason University, 2018
A ‘large and valuable’Siwalik fossil collection in the archives of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
CM Stimpson, AM Jukar, A Bonea, S Newell, E Howlett
Historical Biology, 1-13, 2022
The earliest occurrence of Equus in South Asia
N Singh, AM Jukar, RS Rana, R Patel
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 42 (6), e2227236, 2022
An Introduction to the G. Edward Lewis 1932 fossil vertebrate collection from british india and a discussion of its historical and scientific significance
AM Jukar, DL Brinkman
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 62 (2), 81-96, 2021
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