Human Impacts on Caribbean
Anole Biodiversity


Dr. Luke Mahler (incoming EEB faculty member) and co-authors’ work is featured in Nature examining Caribbean anole biodiversity, and how human-aided transport of exotic anolis lizards can provide a novel test of island biogeographic theory.

Nature Cover image: Anolis lizards 

  • Island biogeography of the Anthropocene
    Matthew R. Helmus, D. Luke Mahler & Jonathan B. Losos
    Nature 513, 543–546 (25 September 2014) doi:10.1038/nature13739

     

  • See publication in Nature
    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v513/n7519/full/nature13739.html

Coverage in the Press