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A tale of two species: Extirpation and range expansion during the late Quaternary in an extreme environment
Abstract Death Valley, California is today the hottest hyperarid area in the western Hemisphere with temperatures of 57 °C (134 °F) recorded. During the late Quaternary, pluvial Lake Manly covered… Expand
Stable isotope analysis of diet confirms niche separation of two sympatric species of Namib Desert lizard.
- I. W. Murray, H. M. Lease, R. Hetem, Duncan Mitchell, A. Fuller, S. Woodborne
- Biology, Medicine
- Integrative zoology
We used stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen to study the trophic niche of two species of insectivorous lizards, the Husab sand lizard Pedioplanis husabensis and Bradfield's Namib day gecko living… Expand
Linking environment to ecology in arid land consumers: Two case studies
- I. W. Murray
The physical environment has a profound influence over many aspects of animal ecology, such as governing the pace and timing of phenology and the patterns of activity across space and time. In… Expand
A92 - THE RURAL AGENDA
Serving as an important strategic route for the East Coast of Scotland, the A92 offers a busy commuter route between Dundee and Arbroath, and also serves the ports of Arbroath and Montrose. The… Expand
Application of distance sampling for assessing abundance and habitat relationships of a rare Sonoran Desert cactus
Accurate abundance estimates of plant populations are fundamental to numerous ecological questions and for conservation. Estimating population parameters for rare or cryptic plant species, however,… Expand