Gabriel Rivera
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Ecomorphological variation in shell shape of the freshwater turtle Pseudemys concinna inhabiting different aquatic flow regimes
G Rivera
Integrative and Comparative Biology 48 (6), 769-787, 2008
Aquatic turning performance of painted turtles (Chrysemys picta)and functional consequences of a rigid body design
G Rivera, ARV Rivera, EE Dougherty, RW Blob
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (21), 4203-4213, 2006
Finite element modeling of shell shape in the freshwater turtle Pseudemys concinna reveals a trade‐off between mechanical strength and hydrodynamic efficiency
G Rivera, CT Stayton
Journal of Morphology 272 (10), 1192-1203, 2011
Forelimb kinematics during swimming in the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, compared with other turtle taxa: rowing versus flapping, convergence versus intermediacy
ARV Rivera, G Rivera, RW Blob
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (4), 668-680, 2013
Mechanical properties of the integument of the common gartersnake, Thamnophis sirtalis (Serpentes: Colubridae)
G Rivera, AH Savitzky, JA Hinkley
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (15), 2913-2922, 2005
A phylogenetic analysis of sexual size dimorphism in turtles
JS Gosnell, G Rivera, RW Blob
Herpetologica 65 (1), 70-81, 2009
Environmental media and shape asymmetry: a case study on turtle shells
G Rivera, J Claude
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94 (3), 483-489, 2008
“On the fence” versus “all in”: insights from turtles for the evolution of aquatic locomotor specializations and habitat transitions in tetrapod vertebrates
RW Blob, CJ Mayerl, ARV Rivera, G Rivera, VKH Young
Integrative and Comparative Biology 56 (6), 1310-1322, 2016
The effects of skeletal asymmetry on interpreting biologic variation and taphonomy in the fossil record
BP Hedrick, ER Schachner, G Rivera, P Dodson, SE Pierce
Paleobiology 45 (1), 154-166, 2019
Repeatability of Habitat-Associated Divergence in Shell Shape of Turtles
G Rivera, JN Davis, JC Godwin, DC Adams
Evolutionary Biology 41, 29-37, 2014
Effects of asymmetry on the strength of the chelonian shell: a comparison of three species
G Rivera, CT Stayton
Journal of Morphology 274 (8), 901-908, 2013
Hydrodynamic stability of the painted turtle (Chrysemys picta): effects of four-limbed rowing versus forelimb flapping in rigid-bodied tetrapods
G Rivera, ARV Rivera, RW Blob
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (7), 1153-1162, 2011
Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry in the limbs of anurans
RD Didde, G Rivera
Journal of morphology 280 (4), 587-592, 2019
Effects of ornamentation and phylogeny on the evolution of wing shape in stalk‐eyed flies (Diopsidae)
JF Husak, G Ribak, RH Baker, G Rivera, GS Wilkinson, JG Swallow
Journal of evolutionary Biology 26 (6), 1281-1293, 2013
Hydrodynamic stability in posthatchling loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and green (Chelonia mydas) sea turtles
E Dougherty, G Rivera, R Blob, J Wyneken
Zoology 113 (3), 158-167, 2010
Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry in the limbs of freshwater turtles: Are more functionally important limbs more symmetrical?
G Rivera, CMD Neely
Evolution 74 (3), 660-670, 2020
Variation in morphology and kinematics underlies variation in swimming stability and turning performance in freshwater turtles
CJ Mayerl, JP Youngblood, G Rivera, JT Vance, RW Blob
Integrative Organismal Biology 1 (1), oby001, 2019
Going with the flow: ecomorphological variation across aquatic flow regimes: an introduction to the symposium
RW Blob, G Rivera
Integrative and Comparative Biology 48 (6), 699-701, 2008
The impact of keels and tails on turtle swimming performance and their potential as models for biomimetic design
CJ Mayerl, AM Sansone, LM Stevens, GJ Hall, MM Porter, G Rivera, ...
Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 14 (1), 016002, 2018
Hydrodynamics of freshwater turtles: Maneuverability, stability, and effects of shell shape
G Rivera
Clemson University, 2009
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