Journal Articles

In Preparation

Edie, S.M., in prep Geographic co-occurrence and character displacement in modern and fossil marine bivalves.

Huang S., S.M. Edie, K. Roy, D. Jablonski. in prep Diversification dynamics of marine bivalves through the Cenozoic.

Collins, K.S., S.M. Edie, G. Hunt, K. Roy, D. Jablonski. in prep EVIL.

Bitler Kuehnle, N., S.M. Edie, D. Jablonski, in prep Ecological asymmetry in marine bivalve invasions.

In Review

Valentine J.W., S.M. Edie, D. Jablonski. Contrasting responses of functional diversity to major losses in taxonomic diversity In Review at Proceedings of the Royal Society B

In Print

Edie, S.M., P.D. Smits, D. Jablonski. 2017. Probabilisitic models of species discovery and biodiversity comparisons. PNAS 114(14): 3666–3671.

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Tomašových, A., J.D. Kennedy, T.J. Betzner, N.B. Kuehnle, S. Edie, S. Kim, K. Supriya, A.E. White, C. Rahbek, S. Huang, T.D. Price, D Jablonski. Unifying latitudinal gradients in range size and richness across marine and terrestrial systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283(1830) Abstract

Edie, S.M., and D.M. Surge. 2013. Deciphering annual growth characteristics in Chione elevata shells using stable isotope sclerochronology. PALAIOS 28(2):93-98. Abstract


Oral Presentations

† invited talk

* presenter other than Edie

Edie, S.M., 2016. Weighing environmental and biotic factors on the ecomorphological evolution and spatial distribution of marine bivalves Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. September 2016. Abstract

† Edie, S.M. 2016. When Chione collide: Ecological displacement in shell morphology. Conchologists of America Annual Meeting. July 2016.

Edie, S.M. 2015. Testing biotic vs environmental factors in the evolution of marine bivalves: character displacement and convergence among related species. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. October 2015. Abstract

Edie, S.M. 2014. Geographic co-occurrence and character displacement in modern and fossil marine bivalves. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. October 2014. Abstract

Edie, S.M., S. Huang, and Jablonski, D. 2014. Species description no longer influences first-order global diversity patterns. Challenges in Macroecology – Scaling the Time Barrier. April 2014.

* Jablonski, D., S. Berke, S.M. Edie, S. Huang, A.Z. Krug, A. Tomasovych, and J.W. Valentine. 2013. Temperature tolerances, geographic range dynamics, and extinction: Complex, multilevel responses to climate change. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(7): 91.

Edie, S.M., and D.M. Surge. 2012. Deciphering annual growth characteristics in Chione elevata shells using stable isotope sclerochronology. University of Chicago Geophysical Sciences Research Exposition. Chicago, IL. May, 2012.

Edie, S.M., D.M. Surge, G.P. Dietl, and P.H. Kelley. 2011. An application of stable isotope sclerochronology to determine annual growth characteristics of Chione elevata. Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America. Wilmington, NC. March, 2011. Abstract


Poster Presentations

Edie, S.M., 2016. Probabilistic models of species discovery and biodiversity comparisons Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. September 2016. Abstract

Edie, S.M. 2014. Fossil insights to drivers of geographic co-occurrence and ecological differentiation between marine bivalves. Evolution. Raleigh, NC. June 2014. Abstract

*Chiang, S., C.L. Belanger, S.K. Berke, S.M. Edie, and D. Jablonski. 2013. Does oceanography constrain marine bivalve invasions? Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology. San Francisco, CA. January, 2013.

Edie, S.M., G.P. Dietl, P.H. Kelley. 2010. Assessing life span bias on relative species abundance in coastal marine fossil assemblages. Northeastern/Southeastern Joint Section Meeting of the Geological Society of America. Baltimore, MD. March, 2010. Abstract


Technical Reports

Edie, S.M. 2010. Waterholes “On the Moon”. Geoscientists In the Parks Document. CRMO. National Park Service, Denver, Colorado. Report

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