John Huntley

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The importance of ecological interactions in driving the evolution of animals has been the focus of intense debate among paleontologists, evolutionary biologists, and macroecologists. To test whether the intensity of such interactions covaries with the secular evolutionary trend in global biodiversity, we compiled a species-level database of predation(More)
The Riverine Barriers Hypothesis (RBH) posits that tropical rivers can be effective barriers to gene flow, based on observations that range boundaries often coincide with river barriers. Over the last 160 years, the RBH has received attention from various perspectives, with a particular focus on vertebrates in the Amazon Basin. To our knowledge, no(More)
Saskia Sassen argues that to understand contemporary globalization it is vital to examine how historical assemblages of territory, authority and rights have been reworked and remade. Her central thesis is that national-state capabilities that were themselves complex reworkings of medieval assemblages have not now been destroyed and deterritorialized but(More)
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