Avian diversity in the Hosner Group
The group study avian ecology & evolution through the lens of natural history collections, which serve as the primary documentation of global diversity, geographic variation, and 200 years of anthropogenic change.
Applying genomic data to understand how geological, environmental, and climate changes have shaped bird distributions and influenced their diversification
Collections are a fundamental resource in biology because they document and preserve the history of life.
- Oliveros et al. 2019. Earth history and the passerine superradiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 116: 7916–7925
- Hosner et al . 2018. How do differing views on species limits affect recognition of avian diversity and endemism in biodiversity hotspots? An example in the Philippine Archipelago. Conservation Genetics 19:1151–1168.
- Hosner et al. 2017. How do seemingly non-vagile taxa accomplish trans-marine dispersal? Trait and dispersal evolution in the landfowl (Aves: Galliformes). Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 284:20170210
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