BLAIRE VAN VALKENBURGH
BLAIRE VAN VALKENBURGH
Distinguished Professor
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Collapse of the world’s largest herbivores
WJ Ripple, TM Newsome, C Wolf, R Dirzo, KT Everatt, M Galetti, ...
Science advances 1 (4), e1400103, 2015
4522015
Skeletal and dental predictors of body mass
B Van Valkenburgh
Body size in mammalian paleobiology: estimation and biological implications, 181, 1990
3351990
Carnivore dental adaptations and diet: a study of trophic diversity within guilds
B Van Valkenburgh
Carnivore behavior, ecology, and evolution, 410-436, 1989
2821989
Skeletal indicators of locomotor behavior in living and extinct carnivores
B Van Valkenburgh
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 7 (2), 162-182, 1987
2781987
Trophic diversity in past and present guilds of large predatory mammals
B Van Valkenburgh
Paleobiology 14 (2), 155-173, 1988
2761988
The ecological role of the mammalian mesocarnivore
GW Roemer, ME Gompper, B Van Valkenburgh
BioScience 59 (2), 165-173, 2009
2572009
Déjà vu: the evolution of feeding morphologies in the Carnivora
B Van Valkenburgh
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (1), 147-163, 2007
2352007
Cope's rule, hypercarnivory, and extinction in North American canids
B Van Valkenburgh, X Wang, J Damuth
Science 306 (5693), 101-104, 2004
2322004
Canine tooth strength and killing behaviour in large carnivores
BV Valkenburgh, CB Ruff
Journal of Zoology 212 (3), 379-397, 1987
2271987
Locomotor diversity within past and present guilds of large predatory mammals
B Van Valkenburgh
Paleobiology 11 (4), 406-428, 1985
2261985
Iterative evolution of hypercarnivory in canids (Mammalia: Carnivora): evolutionary interactions among sympatric predators
B Van Valkenburgh
Paleobiology 17 (4), 340-362, 1991
2211991
Sexual dimorphism in the canines and skulls of carnivores: effects of size, phylogency, and behavioural ecology
JL Gittleman, BV Valkenburgh
Journal of Zoology 242 (1), 97-117, 1997
2161997
Major patterns in the history of carnivorous mammals
B Van Valkenburgh
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 27 (1), 463-493, 1999
2111999
Design for killing: craniodental adaptations of predators
AR Biknevicius, B Van Valkenburgh
Carnivore behavior, ecology, and evolution 2, 393-428, 1996
2001996
Skeletal indicators of locomotor adaptations in living and extinct rodents
JX Samuels, B Van Valkenburgh
Journal of morphology 269 (11), 1387-1411, 2008
1792008
Incidence of tooth breakage among large, predatory mammals
B Van Valkenburgh
The American Naturalist 131 (2), 291-302, 1988
1721988
Tough times at La Brea: tooth breakage in large carnivores of the late Pleistocene
B VanValkenburgh, F Hertel
Science 261 (5120), 456-459, 1993
1701993
Anatomy of STEM teaching in North American universities
M Stains, J Harshman, MK Barker, SV Chasteen, R Cole, ...
Science 359 (6383), 1468-1470, 2018
1692018
Megafaunal extinctions and the disappearance of a specialized wolf ecomorph
JA Leonard, C Vilà, K Fox-Dobbs, PL Koch, RK Wayne, ...
Current Biology 17 (13), 1146-1150, 2007
1692007
Feeding behavior in free-ranging, large African carnivores
B Van Valkenburgh
Journal of Mammalogy 77 (1), 240-254, 1996
1611996
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