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Catherine H Graham

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Residence  United States
Fields  Ecology, Ornithology
Name  Catherine Graham

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Born  January 21, 1970 United States (1970-01-21)
Nationality  United States of America
Education  University of Missouri–St. Louis, Eckerd College

Institutions  Stony Brook University
Institution  Stony Brook University

Catherine H. Graham is an Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolution at the Stony Brook University. She graduated from the University of Missouri at St. Louis in 2000. She studies biogeography, conservation biology, and ecology. Catherine H. Graham is most noted for her analysis of statistical models to describe species' distributions. This work with Jane Elith is useful in determining changes in biodiversity resulting from human activities. Her paper on niche conservatism with John J. Wiens is also highly cited. They focused on how species' retention of ancestral traits may limit geographic range expansion.

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Honors and professional contributions

Graham was named in the 2014 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers in the Environment/Ecology category, awarded to researchers for having an exceptional impact by ranking in the top 1% most cited researchers in their field of study.

Her 2006 paper with Jane Elith and others on novel methods to improve prediction of species' distributions from occurrence data, by mid-2014, had been cited about 3,000 times (Google Scholar citations July 31, 2014).

Selected publications

  • Elith, J., Graham, C.H., Anderson, R.P., Dudík, M., Ferrier, S., Guisan, A., Hijmans, R.J., Huettmann, F., Leathwick, J.R., Lehmann, A., Li, J., Lohmann, L.G., Loiselle, B.A., Manion, G., Moritz, C., Nakamura, M., Nakazawa, Y., Overton, J.M., Peterson, A.T., Phillips, S.J., Richardson, K.S., Scachetti-Pereira, R., Schapire, R.E., Soberón, J., Williams, S., Wisz, M.S. & Zimmermann, N.E. (2006) Novel methods improve prediction of species' distributions from occurrence data. Ecography, 29, 129-151.
  • Wiens J.J. and C.H. Graham. (2005) Niche conservatism: integrating evolution, ecology, and conservation biology. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 36: 519-539.
  • Graham, C.H., S. Ferrier, F. Huettman, C. Moritz and A.T. Peterson. 2004. New developments in museum-based informatics and application in biodiversity analysis, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 497-503.
  • Graham, C.H., S.R. Ron, J.C. Santos, C.J. Schneider and C. Moritz. 2004. Integrating phylogenetics and environmental niche models to explore speciation mechanisms in Dendrobatid frogs, Evolution 58: 1781-1793.
  • Graham, C. H., & Fine, P. V. a. 2008. Phylogenetic beta diversity: linking ecological and evolutionary processes across space in time. Ecology letters 11(12):1265–77.
  • Graham, C. H., Parra, J. L., Rahbek, C., & McGuire, J. a. 2009. Phylogenetic structure in tropical hummingbird communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 Suppl:19673–8.
  • Graham, C.H., C. Moritz and S.E. Williams. 2006. Habitat history improves prediction of biodiversity in a rainforest fauna. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103: 632-636.
  • References

    Catherine H. Graham Wikipedia