Christiana McDonald-Spicer
Christiana McDonald-Spicer
Research Assistant, Australian National University and University of Western Australia
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Big data for a large clade: Bioregionalization and ancestral range estimation in the daisy family (Asteraceae)
C McDonald-Spicer, NJ Knerr, F Encinas-Viso, AN Schmidt-Lebuhn
Journal of Biogeography, 1-13, 2019
The importance of defining measures of stability in macroecology and biogeography
CJ McDonald-Spicer, CC Moritz, S Ferrier, DF Rosauer
Frontiers of Biogeography 11 (3), 2019
Different landscape effects on the genetic structure of two broadly distributed woody legumes, Acacia salicina and A. stenophylla (Fabaceae)
F Encinas‐Viso, C McDonald‐Spicer, N Knerr, PH Thrall, L Broadhurst
Ecology and Evolution 10 (23), 13476-13487, 2020
Museum skins enable identification of introgression associated with cytonuclear discordance
S Potter, C Moritz, MP Piggott, JG Bragg, AC Afonso Silva, K Bi, ...
Systematic Biology, syae016, 2024
23 Conservation prioritisation based on evolutionary distinctiveness of communities
RA Catullo, C McDonald-Spicer, CC Moritz
Applied Environmental Genomics, 272, 2023
Refugia in the Australian Monsoonal Tropics: Stability and What It Means for Northern Australian Lizards
CJ McDonald-Spicer
PQDT-Global, 2020
Departmental-level approaches to gender equity in biology
CJ McDonald-Spicer, B Schwessinger, S Howitt
PeerJ Preprints, 2018
Gender Equity: Addressing recruitment at the departmental level
CJ McDonald-Spicer, B Schwessinger, S Howitt
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