Top Altmetric Publications of 2017 from Environment Institute Researchers

Presenting the top Altmetric scores from Environment Institute Researchers:
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  1. Weyrich, L.S., Duchene, S., Soubrier, J., Arriola, L., Llamas, B., Breen, J.,Haak, W, Cooper, A, Caramelli, D., Dresely, V. and Farrell, M., 2017. Neanderthal behaviour, diet, and disease inferred from ancient DNA in dental calculusNature,
  2. Clarkson, C., Jacobs, Z., Marwick, B., Fullagar, R., Wallis, L., Smith, M., Roberts, R.G., Hayes, E., Lowe, K., Carah, X. and Florin, S.A., 2017. Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years agoNature,
  3. Fan, P.F., He, K., Chen, X., Ortiz, A., Zhang, B., Zhao, C., Li, Y.Q., Zhang, H.B., Kimock, C., Wang, W.Z. Helgen K and Groves, C., 2017. Description of a new species of Hoolock gibbon (Primates: Hylobatidae) based on integrative taxonomyAmerican journal of primatology,
  4. Bastin, J.F., Berrahmouni, N., Grainger, A., Maniatis, D., Mollicone, D., Moore, R., Patriarca, C., Picard, N., Sparrow, B., Abraham, E.M. and Aloui, K, 2017. The extent of forest in dryland biomesScience,
  5. Tobler, R., Rohrlach, A., Soubrier, J., Bover, P., Llamas, B., Tuke, J., Bean, N., Abdullah-Highfold, Haak, W and Cooper A, I., 2017. Aboriginal mitogenomes reveal 50,000 years of regionalism in AustraliaNature,
  6. Harrison, S.E., Harvey, M.S., Cooper, S.J., Austin, A.D. and Rix, M.G., 2017. Across the Indian Ocean: A remarkable example of trans-oceanic dispersal in an austral mygalomorph spiderPloS one,
  7. Dawson, W., Moser, D., van Kleunen, M., Kreft, H., Pergl, J., Pyšek, P., Weigelt, P., Winter, M., Lenzner, B., Blackburn, T.M. and Cassey P., 2017. Global hotspots and correlates of alien species richness across taxonomic groupsNature Ecology & Evolution,
  8.  Janecka J, […] Helgen K, William J Murphy, Rodney Jackson; Range-Wide Snow Leopard Phylogeography Supports Three Subspecies, Journal of Heredity
  9. Lipson, M., Szécsényi-Nagy, A., Mallick, S., Pósa, A., Stégmár, B., Keerl, V., Rohland, N., Stewardson, K., Ferry, M., Michel, M., Llamas B Oppenheimer, J., 2017. Parallel palaeogenomic transects reveal complex genetic history of early European farmersNature,
  10. Froese, D., Stiller, M., Heintzman, P.D., Reyes, A.V., Zazula, G.D., Soares, A.E., Meyer, M., Hall, E., Jensen, B.J., Arnold, L.J. and MacPhee, R.D., 2017. Fossil and genomic evidence constrains the timing of bison arrival in North AmericaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,
  11. Veth, P., Ward, I., Manne, T., Ulm, S., Ditchfield, K., Dortch, J., Hook, F., Petchey, F., Hogg, A., Questiaux, D, Arnold L,. Spooner N and Demuro, M., 2017. Early human occupation of a maritime desert, Barrow Island, North-West AustraliaQuaternary Science Reviews,
  12. Rabanus-Wallace, M.T., Wooller, M.J., Zazula, G.D., Shute, E., Jahren, A.H., Kosintsev, P., Burns, J.A., Breen, J., Llamas, B. and Cooper, A., 2017. Megafaunal isotopes reveal role of increased moisture on rangeland during late Pleistocene extinctions. Nature Ecology & Evolution,
  13. Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., García-Bellido, D.C., Rábano, I. and Sá, A.A., 2017. Digestive and appendicular soft-parts, with behavioural implications, in a large Ordovician trilobite from the Fezouata Lagerstätte, Morocco. Scientific reports,
  14. Turney, C.S., Jones, R.T., Phipps, S.J., Thomas, Z., Hogg, A., Kershaw, A.P., Fogwill, C.J., Palmer, J., Ramsey, C.B., Adolphi, F. Cooper A, and Muscheler, R., 2017. Rapid global ocean-atmosphere response to Southern Ocean freshening during the last glacialNature communications,
  15. Fogwill, C.J., Turney, C.S.M., Golledge, N.R., Etheridge, D.M., Rubino, M., Thornton, D.P., Baker, A., Woodward, J., Winter, K., Van Ommen, T.D., Cooper A and Moy, A.D., 2017. Antarctic ice sheet discharge driven by atmosphere-ocean feedbacks at the Last Glacial Termination. Scientific reports,
  16. Dyer, E.E., Cassey, P., Redding, D.W., Collen, B., Franks, V., Gaston, K.J., Jones, K.E., Kark, S., Orme, C.D.L. and Blackburn, T.M., 2017. The global distribution and drivers of alien bird species richnessPLoS biology,
  17. Doubleday, Z.A. and Connell, S.D., 2017. Publishing with objective charisma: breaking science’s paradoxTrends in ecology & evolution,
  18. Weijola, V., Kraus, F., Vahtera, V., Lindqvist, C. and Donnellan, S.C., 2017. Reinstatement of Varanus douarrha Lesson, 1830 as a valid species with comments on the zoogeography of monitor lizards (Squamata: Varanidae) in the Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New GuineaAustralian Journal of Zoology,
  19. Goldenberg, S.U., Nagelkerken, I., Ferreira, C.M., Ullah, H. and Connell, S.D., 2017. Boosted food web productivity through ocean acidification collapses under warmingGlobal Change Biology.
  20. Fordham, D.A., Saltré, F., Haythorne, S., Wigley, T.M., Otto‐Bliesner, B.L., Chan, K.C. and Brook, B.W., 2017. PaleoView: a tool for generating continuous climate projections spanning the last 21 000 years at regional and global scalesEcography.
  21. Carrasco, L.R., Webb, E.L., Symes, W.S., Koh, L.P. and Sodhi, N.S., 2017. Global economic trade-offs between wild nature and tropical agriculturePLoS biology,
  22. Szantoi, Z., Smith, S.E., Strona, G., Koh, L.P. and Wich, S.A., 2017. Mapping orangutan habitat and agricultural areas using Landsat OLI imagery augmented with unmanned aircraft system aerial photographyInternational Journal of Remote Sensing,
  23. Nagelkerken, I., Goldenberg, S.U., Ferreira, C.M., Russell, B.D. and Connell, S.D., 2017. Species Interactions Drive Fish Biodiversity Loss in a High-CO2 World. Current Biology,
  24. Fordham, D.A., Bertelsmeier, C., Brook, B.W., Early, R., Neto, D., Brown, S.C., Ollier, S. and Araújo, M.B., 2017. How complex should models be? Comparing correlative and mechanistic range dynamics modelsGlobal change biology.
  25. Flies, E.J., Skelly, C., Negi, S.S., Prabhakaran, P., Liu, Q., Liu, K., Goldizen, F.C., Lease, C. and Weinstein, P., 2017. Biodiverse green spaces: a prescription for global urban health. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment15(9), pp.510-516.
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