Biogeography of extant mammals publications

Antonelli, A., Kissling, W.D., Flantua, S.G.A., Bermúdez, M.A., Mulch, A., Muellner-Riehl, A.N., Kreft, H., Linder, H.P., Badgley, C., Fjeldså, Fritz, S.A., Rahbek, C., Herman, F., Hooghiemstra, H., and Hoorn, C. 2018. Geological and climatic influences on mountain biodiversity. Nature Geoscience 11: 718-725. PDF

Badgley, C. 2010. Tectonics, topography, and mammalian diversity. Ecography 33: 220-231. PDF

Smith, G. R., Badgley, C., Eiting, T. P., & Larson, P. S. 2010. Species diversity gradients in relation to geological history in North American freshwater fishes. Evolutionary Ecology Research 12(6): 693-726. PDF

Qian, H., Badgley, C., & Fox, D. L. 2009. The latitudinal gradient of beta diversity in relation to climate and topography for mammals in North America. Global Ecology and Biogeography 18(1): 111-122. PDF

Badgley, C. & Fox, D. L. 2000. Ecological biogeography of North American mammals: species density and ecological structure in relation to environmental gradients. Journal of Biogeography 27(6): 1437-1467.

Burke, R. L., Tasse, J., Badgley, C., Jones, S. R., Fishbein, N., Phillips, S., & Soulé, M. E. 1991. Conservation of the Stephens’ kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi): Planning for persistence. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 90(1): 10-40.