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Haile-Selassie, Y., S. M. Melillo, T. M. Ryan, N. E. Levin, B. Z. Saylor, A. Deino, R. Mundil, G. Scott, M. Alene, and L. Gibert, (January 2017). Corrigendum to “Dentognathic remains of Australopithecus afarensis from Nefuraytu (Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia): Comparative description, geology, and paleoecological context” [J Hum Evol 100 (2016) 35–53], Journal of Human Evolution, Volume 102, Page 81, ISSN 0047-2484.
Frelat, M. A., C. N. Shaw, S. Sukhdeo, J.-J. Hublin, S. Benazzi, and T. M. Ryan, (2017). Evolution of the hominin knee and ankle, Journal of Human Evolution, Volume 108, Pages 147-160, ISSN 0047-2484, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhevol.2017.03.006.
Chakraborty, N., Z. T. Karpyn, Shimin Liu, and H. Yoon, (February 2017). Permeability evolution of shale during spontaneous imbibition, Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, Volume 38, Pages 590-596, ISSN 1875-5100.
Mathews, J. P., Q. P. Campbell, H. Xu, and P. M. Halleck, (2017). A review of the application of X-ray computed tomography to the study of coal, Fuel, Volume 209, Pages 10-24, ISSN 0016-2361.
Torrealba, V. A., Z. T. Karpyn, H. Yoon, K. A. Klise, and D. Crandall, (2016). Pore-scale investigation on stress-dependent characteristics of granular packs and the impact of pore deformation on fluid distribution. Geofluids.
Ryan, T. M., and S. Sukhdeo, (2016). KSD-VP-1/1: Analysis of the Postcranial Skeleton Using High-Resolution Computed Tomography. In The Postcranial Anatomy of Australopithecus afarensis (pp. 39-62). Springer Netherlands.
Stauffer Jr., J. R., A. F. Konings, and T. M. Ryan, (2016). “Redescription of Pseudotropheus livingstonii and Pseudotropheus elegans from Lake Malaŵi, Africa,” Zootaxa, vol. 4154, no. 2.
Haile-Selassie, Y., S. M. Melillo, T. M. Ryan, N. E. Levin, B. Z. Saylor, A. Deino, R. Mundil, G. Scott, M. Alene, and L. Gibert, (November 2016). Dentognathic remains of Australopithecus afarensis from Nefuraytu (Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia): Comparative description, geology, and paleoecological context, Journal of Human Evolution, Volume 100, Pages 35-53, ISSN 0047-2484.
Torrealba, V. A., Z. T. Karpyn, H. Yoon, K. A. Klise and D. Crandall, (2015). "Pore-scale investigation on stress-dependent characteristics of granular packs and the impact of pore deformation on fluid distribution," Geofluids, DOI: 10.1111/gfl.12143.
Ryan, T. M., and C. N. Shaw, (2015). Gracility of the modern homo sapiens skeleton is the result of decreased biomechanical loading. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(2), 372-377. doi:10.1073/pnas.1418646112.
Sukhdeo, S. M., and T. M. Ryan, (2015). "Cortical and Trabecular Bone Structural Variation in the Human Knee Joint," American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Haile-Selassie, Y., L. Gibert, S. M. Melillo, T. M. Ryan, M. Alene, A. Deino, N. E. Levin, G. Scott, and B. Z. Saylor, (2015). New species from Ethiopia further expands Middle Pliocene hominin diversity. Nature, 521(7553), 483-488.
Raichlen, D., A. Gordon, A. Foster, J. Webber, S. Sukhdeo, R. Scott, J. Gosman, and T. M. Ryan, (2015). An ontogenetic framework linking locomotion and trabecular bone architecture with applications for reconstructing hominin life history. Journal of Human Evolution 80:1-12.
Thararoop, P., Z. T. Karpyn, and T. Ertekin, (2015). A production type-curve solution for coalbed methane reservoirs. Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources 9: 136-152.
Long, A., J. I. Bloch, and M. T. Silcox, (2015). Quantification of neocortical ratios in stem primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology: 363-373.
Liang, S., D. Elsworth, X. Li, X. Fu, D. Yang, Q. Yao, and Y. Wang, (2015). Dynamic impacts on the survivability of deep gas wells piercing longwall panels. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 26, 1130-1147.
Celauro, J. G., V. A. Torrealba, Z. T. Karpyn, K. A. Klise, and S. A. Mckenna, (2014). Pore-scale multiphase flow experiments in bead packs of variable wettability. Geofluids 14: 95-105.
Dutta, R., C-H. Lee, S. Odumabo, P. Ye, S. C. Walker, Z. T. Karpyn, and L. F. Ayala H., (2014). Morphological comparison of the craniofacial phenotypes of mouse models expressing the Apert FGFR2 S252W mutation in neural crest-or mesoderm-derived tissues. Bone 63:101.
Eberle, J. J., N. Rybczynski, and D. R. Greenwood, (2014). Early Eocene mammals from the Driftwood Creek Beds, Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park, northern British Columbia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34: 739-746.
Heuze, Y., N. Singh, C. Basilico, E. W. Jabs, G. Holmes, and J. T. Richtsmeier, (2014). Morphological comparison of the craniofacial phenotypes of mouse models expressing the Apert FGFR2 S252W mutation in neural crest-or mesoderm-derived tissues. Bone 63: 101.
Landry, C. J., Z. T. Karpyn, and O. Ayala, (2014). Pore-scale Lattice Boltzmann Modeling and 4D X-ray Computed Microtomography Imaging of Fracture-Matrix Fluid Transfer. Transport in Porous Media 103: 449-468.
Orliac, M. J., S. Ladeveze, P. D. Gingerich, R. Lebrun, and T. Smith, (2014). Endocranial morphology of Palaeocene Plesiadapis tricuspidens and evolution of the early primate brain. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281: 20132792.
Percival, C. J., Y. Huang, E. W. Jabs, R. Li, and J. T. Richtsmeier, (2014). Embryonic craniofacial bone volume and bone mineral density in Fgfr2+/P253R and nonmutant mice. Developmental Dynamics 243: 541-551.
Perrine, S. M. M., T. M. Cole, N. Martinez-Abadias, K. Aldridge, E. W. Jabs, and J. T. Richtsmeier, (2014). Craniofacial divergence by distinct prenatal growth patterns in Fgfr2 mutant mice. BMC Developmental Biology 14.
Shaw, C. N., J. T. Stock, T. G. Davies, and T. M. Ryan, (2014). Does the Distribution and Variation in Cortical Bone Along Lower Limb Diaphyses Reflect Selection for Locomotor Economy? Reconstructing Mobility: Springer. pp. 49.
Cao, P. L., Z. T. Karpyn, and L. Li, (2013). Dynamic alterations in wellbore cement integrity due to geochemical reactions in CO2-rich environments. Water Resources Research 49: 4465-4475.
Cao, P. L., Z. T. Karpyn, and L. Li, (2013). Dynamic changes in wellbore cement integrity due to geochemical reactions in CO2-rich environments. Water Resources Research 49: 1.
Georgi, J. A., J. S. Sipla, and C. A. Forster, (2013). Turning semicircular canal function on its head: dinosaurs and a novel vesitbi;ar analysis. PLoS One 8: e58517.
Gosman, J. H., Z. R. Hubbell, C. N. Shaw, and T. M. Ryan, (2013). Development of cortical bone geometry in the human femoral and tibial diaphysis. The Anatomical Record 296: 774-787.
Hill, C. A., N. Martinez-Abadias, S. M. Motch, J. R. Austin, Y. Wang, E. W. Jabs, J. T. Richtsmeier, and K. Aldridge, (2013). Postnatal brain and skull growth in an Apert synadrome mouse model. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 161: 745-747.
Macintosh, A. A., T. G, Davies, T. M. Ryan, C. N. Shaw, and J. T. Stock, (2013). Periosteal versus true cross-sectional geometry: A comparison along humeral, femoral, and tibual diaphyses. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 150: 442-452.
Macrini, T. E., J. J. Flynn, D. A. Croft, and A. R. Wyss, (2013). Comparative study of notoungulate (Placentalia, Mammalia) bony labyrinths and new phylogenetically informative inner ear characters. Journal of anatomy 223: 442-461.
Martinez-Abadias, N., G. Holmes, T. Pankratz, Y. Wang, X. Zhou, E. W. Jabs, and J. T. Richtsmeier, (2013). From shape to cells: mouse models reveal mechanisms altering palate development in Apert syndrome. Disease Models & Mechanisms 6: 768-779.
Martinez-Abadias. N., S. M. Motch, T. L. Pankratz, Y. Wang, K. Aldridge, E. W. Jabs, and J. T. Richtsmeier, (2013). Tissue-specific responses to aberrant FGF signaling in complex head phenotypes. Developmental Dyanmics 242: 80-94.
Ruf, I., X.-F. Luo, and T. Martin, (2013). Reinvestigation of the basicranium of Haldanodon exspectatus (Mammaliaformes, Docodonta). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33: 382-400.
Ryan, T. M., and C. N. Shaw, (2013). Trabecular bone microstructure scales allometrically in the primate humerus and femur. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280, 20130172.
Boyer, D. M., C. S. Scott, and R. C. Fox, (2012). New craniodental material of Pronothodectes gaoi Fox (Mammalia, “Plesiadapiformes”) and relationships among members of Plesiadapidae. American journal of physical anthropology 147: 511.
Coleman, M. N., and D. M. Boyer, (2012). Inner Ear Evolution in Primates Through the Cenozoic: Implications for the Evolution of Hearing. Anatomical Record 295: 615-631.
Dutta, R., (2012). Laboratory study of Fracturing Fluid Migration due to Spontaneous Imbibition in Fractured Tight Formations, Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Dutta, R., C-H. Lee, S. Odumabo, P. Ye, S. C. Walker, Z. T. Karpyn, and L. F. Ayala H., (2012). Quantification of fracturing fluid migration due to spontaneous imbibition in fractured tight formations. Society of Petroleum Engineers.
Gunz, P., M. Ramsier, M. Kuhring, J.-J. Hublin, and F. Spoor, (2012). The mammalian bony labyrinth reconsidered, introducing a comprehensive geometric morphometric approach. Journal of Anatomy 220:529-543.
Landry, C. J., and Z. T. Karpyn, (2012). Single-Phase lattice Boltzmann simulations of pore-scale flow in fractured permeable media. International Journal of Oil, Gas, and Coal Technology 5: 182-206.
Luo, Z.-X., I. Ruf, and T. Martin, (2012). The petrosal and inner ear of the Late Jurassic cladotherian mammal Dryolestes leiriensis and implications for ear evolution in therian mammals. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 166: 433-463.
Malinzak, M. D., R. F. Kay, and T. E. Hullar, (2012). Locomotor head movements and semicircular canal morphology in primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109: 17914-17919.
Ni, X., J. J. Flynn, and A. R. Wyss, (2012). Imaging the inner ear in fossil mammals: High-resolution CT scanning and 3-D virtual reconstructions. Palaeontologia Electronica 15.
Percival, C. J., Y. Wang, X. Zhou, E. W. Jabs, and J. T. Richstmeier, (2012). The effect of a Beare-Stevenson syndrome Fgfr2 Y394C mutation on early craniofacial bone volume and relative bone mineral density in mice, Journal of Anatomy 221: 434-442.
Ryan, T. M., and C. N. Shaw, (2012). Unique suites of trabecular bone features characterize locomotor behavior in human and non-human anthropoid primates. PLoS ONE, 7(7), e41037, 11.
Ryan, T. M., and C. N. Shaw, (2012). Unique suites of trabecular bone features characterize locomotor behavior in human and non-human anthropoid primates. PLoS One 7:e41037.
Ryan, T. M., M. T. Silcox, A. Walker, X. Mao, D. R. Begun, B. R. Benefit, P. D. Gingerich, M. Kohler, L. Kordos, M. L. McCrossin, S. Moya-Sola, W. J. Sanders, E. R. Seiffert, E. Simons, I. S. Zalmout, and F. Spoor, (2012). Evolution of locomotion in Anthropoidea: the semicircular canal evidence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279, 3467–3475.
Shaw, C. N., and T. M. Ryan, (2012). Does skeletal anatomy reflect adaptation to locomotor patterns? Cortical and trabecular architecture in human and non-human anthropoids. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 147, 187-200.