Jaime A. Chaves
Jaime A. Chaves
San Francisco State University - USFQ
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Predicting species distributions across the Amazonian and Andean regions using remote sensing data
W Buermann, S Saatchi, TB Smith, BR Zutta, JA Chaves, B Milá, ...
Journal of Biogeography 35 (7), 1160-1176, 2008
Diversification in Adelomyia hummingbirds follows Andean uplift
JA Chaves, JT Weir, TB Smith
Molecular Ecology 20 (21), 4564-4576, 2011
The role of geography and ecology in shaping the p hylogeography of the speckled hummingbird (Adelomyia melanogenys) in Ecuador
JA Chaves, JP Pollinger, TB Smith, G LeBuhn
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 43 (3), 795-807, 2007
Genomic variation at the tips of the adaptive radiation of Darwin's finches
JA Chaves, EA Cooper, AP Hendry, J Podos, LF De León, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (21), 5282-5295, 2016
A comprehensive multilocus assessment of sparrow (Aves: Passerellidae) relationships
J Klicka, FK Barker, KJ Burns, SM Lanyon, IJ Lovette, JA Chaves, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 77, 177-182, 2014
New host and lineage diversity of avian haemosporidia in the northern Andes
RJ Harrigan, R Sedano, AC Chasar, JA Chaves, JT Nguyen, A Whitaker, ...
Evolutionary Applications 7 (7), 799-811, 2014
The gut of the finch: uniqueness of the gut microbiome of the Galápagos vampire finch
AJ Michel, LM Ward, SK Goffredi, KS Dawson, DT Baldassarre, A Brenner, ...
Microbiome 6 (1), 1-14, 2018
Evolutionary patterns of diversification in the Andean hummingbird genus Adelomyia
JA Chaves, TB Smith
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 60 (2), 207-218, 2011
Projected changes in elevational distribution and flight performance of montane Neotropical hummingbirds in response to climate change
W Buermann, JA Chaves, R Dudley, JA McGUIRE, TB Smith, DL Altshuler
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1671-1680, 2011
Densities and habitat preferences of Andean cloud-forest birds in pristine and degraded habitats in north-eastern Ecuador
W Cresswell, M Hughes, R Mellanby, S Bright, P Catry, J Chaves, J Freile, ...
Bird Conservation International 9 (2), 129-145, 1999
Human activity can influence the gut microbiota of Darwin's finches in the Galapagos Islands
SA Knutie, JA Chaves, KM Gotanda
Molecular ecology 28 (9), 2441-2450, 2019
Diversification across the New World within the ‘blue’cardinalids (Aves: Cardinalidae)
RW Bryson Jr, J Chaves, BT Smith, MJ Miller, K Winker, JL Pérez‐Emán, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (3), 587-599, 2014
Urbanization erodes niche segregation in Darwin's finches
LF De León, DMT Sharpe, KM Gotanda, JAM Raeymaekers, JA Chaves, ...
Evolutionary applications 12 (7), 1329-1343, 2019
Thermoregulatory windows in Darwin's finches
GJ Tattersall, JA Chaves, RM Danner
Functional Ecology 32 (2), 358-368, 2018
Hawksbill turtle terra incognita: conservation genetics of eastern Pacific rookeries
AR Gaos, RL Lewison, MJ Liles, V Gadea, E Altamirano, AV Henríquez, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (4), 1251-1264, 2016
Origin and population history of a recent colonizer, the yellow warbler in Galápagos and Cocos Islands
JA Chaves, PG Parker, TB Smith
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (3), 509-521, 2012
The radiation of Darwin’s giant daisies in the Galápagos Islands
M Fernández-Mazuecos, P Vargas, RA McCauley, D Monjas, A Otero, ...
Current Biology 30 (24), 4989-4998. e7, 2020
Rookery contributions, movements and conservation needs of hawksbill turtles at foraging grounds in the eastern Pacific Ocean
AR Gaos, RL Lewison, MP Jensen, MJ Liles, A Henriquez, S Chavarria, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 586, 203-216, 2018
Notas sobre la historia natural, distribución y conservación de algunas especies de aves amenazadas del suroccidente de Ecuador
JF Freile, M Moreano, E Bonaccorso, T Santander, JA Chaves
Cotinga 21, 18-24, 2004
Species delimitation and biogeography of the gnatcatchers and gnatwrens (Aves: Polioptilidae)
BT Smith, RW Bryson Jr, WM Mauck III, J Chaves, MB Robbins, A Aleixo, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 126, 45-57, 2018
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