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Publications - Louys, Julien

Please contact this author at Julien.Louys@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Butler, K, Louys, J & Travouillon, K (2014). Extending dental mesowear analyses to Australian marsupials, with applications to six Plio-Pleistocene kangaroos from southeast Queensland Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 408 Nov-25.
  • Wroe, S, Field, J, Archer, M et al (2013). Climate change frames debate over the extinction of megafauna in Sahul (Pleistocene Australia-New Guinea) Perspectives. Vol. 110 8777-8781.
  • Montanari, S, Louys, J & Price, G (2013). Pliocene Paleoenvironments of Southeastern Queensland, Australia Inferred from Stable Isotopes of Marsupial Tooth Enamel PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science). Vol. 8 8.
  • Meloro, C, Elton, S, Louys, J et al (2013). Cats in the forest: predicting habitat adaptations from humerus morphometry in extant and fossil Felidae (Carnivora) Paleobiology. Vol. 39 323-344.
  • Louys, J, Montanari, S, Plummer, T et al (2013). Evolutionary Divergence and Convergence in Shape and Size Within African Antelope Proximal Phalanges Journal of Mammalian Evolution. Vol. 20 239-248.
  • Louys, J (2013). The large terrestrial carnivore guild in Quaternary Southeast Asia Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 96 86-97.
  • Louys, J & Price, G (2013). The Chinchilla Local Fauna: an exceptionally rich and well-preserved Pliocene vertebrate assemblage from fluviatile deposits of south-eastern Queensland, Australia Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. Vol. .
  • Dennell, R, Louys, J, O'Regan, H et al (2013). The origins and persistence of Homo floresiensis on Flores: Biogeographical and ecological perspectives Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 96 98-107.
  • Walmsley, A, Elton, S, Louys, J et al (2012). Humeral Epiphyseal Shape in the Felidae: The Influence of Phylogeny, Allometry, and Locomotion Journal of Morphology. Vol. 273 1424-1438.
  • Louys, J (2012). Mammal community structure of Sundanese fossil assemblages from the Late Pleistocene, and a discussion on the ecological effects of the Toba eruption Quaternary International. Vol. 258 80-87.
  • Louys, J, Ditchfield, P, Meloro, C et al (2012). Stable isotopes provide independent support for the use of mesowear variables for inferring diets in African antelopes Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences. Vol. 279 4441-4446.
  • Louys, J, Meloro, C, Elton, S et al (2011). Mesowear as a means of determining diets in African antelopes Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 38 11.
  • Louys, J, Meloro, C, Elton, S et al (2011). Mammal community structure correlates with arboreal heterogeneity in faunally and geographically diverse habitats: implications for community convergence Global Ecology and Biogeography. Vol. 20 717-729.
  • Louys, J & Turner, A (2011). Environment, preferred habitats and potential refugia for Pleistocene Homo in Southeast Asia Academie des Sciences Comptes Rendus: Palevol. Vol. 11 203-211.
  • Louys, J, Travouillon, K, Bassarova, M et al (2009). The use of protected natural areas in palaeoecological analyses: assumptions, limitations and application Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 36 2274-2288.
  • Louys, J, Aplin, K, Beck, R et al (2009). Cranial Anatomy of Oligo-Miocene Koalas (Diprotodontia: Phascolarctidae): Stages in the Evolution of an Extreme Leaf-Eating Specialization Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 29 981-992.
  • Louys, J (2008). Book review: Hominin Environments in the East African Pliocene: An Assessment of the Faunal Evidence Journal of Human Evolution. Vol. 55 1169.

Books

  • Louys, J (2012). Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation . Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

Book chapters

  • Louys, J (2012). Paleoecology and Conservation Paleobiology: Future Directions. In Julien Louys (Ed.), Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation (pp. 253-262) Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
  • Louys, J (2012). The Future of Mammals in Southeast Asia: Conservation Insights from the Fossil Record. In Julien Louys (Ed.), Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation (pp. 227-238) Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
  • Louys, J, Wilkinson, D & Bishop, L (2012). Ecology Needs a Paleontological Perspective. In Julien Louys (Ed.), Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation (pp. 23-38) Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
  • Louys, J (2012). Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation: An Introduction. In Julien Louys (Ed.), Paleontology in Ecology and Conservation (pp. 7) Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
  • Louys, J (2008). Quaternary extinctions in Southeast Asia. In Elewa AMT (Ed.), Mass Extinction (pp. 159-189) Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

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