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Pfister, Catherine A., Kaustuv Roy, J. Timothy Wootton, Sophie J. McCoy, Robert T. Paine, Thomas H. Suchanek and Eric Sanford. 2016. Historical baselines and the future of shell calcification for a foundation species in a changing ocean. Proc. Royal Soc. B 283:20160392.

Huang, Danwei, Emma E. Goldberg and Kaustuv Roy 2015. Fossils, phylogenies, and the challenge of preserving evolutionary history in the face of anthropogenic extinctions. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 112:4909-4914.

Huang, Shan, Kaustuv Roy, James W. Valentine and David Jablonski 2015. Convergence, divergence, and parallelism in marine biodiversity trends: Integrating present-day and fossil data. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A 112:4903-4908.

Huang, Shan, Kaustuv Roy and David Jablonski. 2015. Origins, bottlenecks, and present-day diversity: Patterns of morphospace occupation in marine bivalves. Evolution 69:735-746.

Huang, Danwei and Kaustuv Roy. 2014. The future of evolutionary diversity in reef corals. Phil. Trans. Royal Society London B 370:20140010.

Huang, Shan., Kaustuv Roy and David Jablonski. 2014. Do past climate states influence diversity dynamics and the present-day latitudinal diversity gradient? Global Ecol. Biogeog. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12153

Jablonski, D., C.L. Belanger, S.K. Berke, S. Huang, A. Z. Krug, K. Roy, A. Tomasovych and J.W. Valentine. 2013. Out of the tropics, but how? Fossils, bridge species, and thermal ranges in the dynamics of the marine latitudinal diversity gradient. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 110:10487-10494. (pdf)

Huang, Danwei and Kaustuv Roy. 2013. Anthropogenic extinction threats and future loss of evolutionary history in reef corals. Ecology and Evolution 3:1184-1193. (pdf)

Eagle, R.A., J.M. Eiler, A.K. Tripati, J.B. Ries, P.S. Freitas, C. Hiebenthal, A.D. Wanamaker, M. Taviani, M. Elliot, S. Marenssi, K. Nakamura, P. Ramirez, and K. Roy. 2013. The influence of temperature and seawater carbonate saturation state on 13C - 18O bond ordering in bivalve mollusks. Biogeosciences 10:1-16. (pdf)

Berke, Sarah K., David Jablonski, Andrew Z. Krug, Kaustuv Roy and Adam Tomasovych. 2013. Beyond Bergmann's rule: size-latitude relationships in marine Bivalvia world-wide. Global Ecol. Biogeog. 22:173-183 (pdf)

Belanger, Christina L., David Jablonski, Kaustuv Roy, Sarah, K. Berke, Andrew Z. Krug, and James W. Valentine. 2012. Global environmental predictors of benthic marine biogeographic structure. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 109:14046-14051. (pdf)

Fenberg, Phillip B. and Kaustuv Roy. 2012. Anthropogenic harvesting pressure and changes in life history: Insights from a rocky intertidal limpet. American Naturalist 180:200-210. (pdf)

Chiba, Satoshi and Kaustuv Roy (2011). Selectivity of terrestrial gastropod extinctions on an oceanic archipelago and insights into the anthropogenic extinction process. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 108: 9496-9501. (pdf)

Lotze, Heike K., Jon M. Erlandson, Marah J. Hardt, Richard D. Norris, Kaustuv Roy, Tim D. Smith and Christine Whitcraft (2011). Uncovering the Ocean's Past. In J.B.C. Jackson, K. Alexander and E. Sala (eds). Shifting Baselines. Island Press, pp. 137-161.

Krug, Andrew Z., David Jablonski, Kaustuv Roy and Alan G. Beu (2010). Differential extinction and the contrasting structure of polar marine faunas. PLoS ONE 5(12):e15362. (pdf)

Fenberg, Phillip B., Michael E. Hellberg, Lynne Mullen and Kaustuv Roy (2010). Genetic diversity and population structure of the size-selectively harvested owl limpet, Lottia gigantea. Marine Ecology 31:574-583. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, Gene Hunt and David Jablonski (2009). Phylogenetic conservatism of extinctions in marine bivalves. Science 325:733-737.(pdf)

Schemske, Douglas W., Gary G. Mittelbach, Howard V. Cornell, James M. Sobel and Kaustuv Roy (2009). Is there a latitudinal gradient in the importance of biotic interactions? Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 40:245-269. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, Gene Hunt, David Jablonski, Andrew Z. Krug and James W. Valentine (2009). A macroevolutionary perspective on species range limits. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 276:1485-1493.(pdf)

Rivadeneira, Marcelo M., Gene Hunt and Kaustuv Roy (2009). The use of sighting records to infer species extinctions: an evaluation of different methods. Ecology 90:1291-1300. (pdf)

Witman J. D. and Kaustuv Roy (eds). 2009. Marine Macroecology. University of Chicago Press

Roy, Kaustuv and Jon D. Witman (2009). Spatial patterns of species diversity of shallow marine invertebrates: patterns, processes and prospects. In J.D. Witman and K. Roy (eds.) Marine Macroecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 101-121.

Witman, J.D. and Kaustuv Roy (2009). Experimental marine macroecology: progress and prospects. In J.D. Witman and K. Roy (eds.) Marine Macroecology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 341-356.

Krug, A. Z., David Jablonski, James W. Valentine and Kaustuv Roy (2009). Generation of earth’s first-order biodiversity pattern. Astrobiology 9: 113-124. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (2008). Dynamics of body size evolution. Science 321:1451-1452. (pdf)

Valentine, James W., David Jablonski, Andrew Z. Krug and Kaustuv Roy (2008). Incumbency, diversity, and latitudinal gradients. Paleobiology 34: 169-178. (pdf)

Fenberg, Phillip B.  and Kaustuv Roy (2008). Ecological and evolutionary consequences of size-selective harvesting: how much do we know? Molecular Ecology 17:209-220. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (2007). Ecosystem changes, natural versus anthropogenic. In M. W. Denny and S. D. Gaines (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores. University of California Press, pp. 201-204.

Frame, Kristin, Gene Hunt, and Kaustuv Roy (2007). Intertidal meiofaunal biodiversity with respect to different algal habitats: a test using phytal ostracodes from southern California. Hydrobiologia 586:331-342. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv and Emma E. Goldberg (2007). Origination, extinction and dispersal: integrative models for understanding present-day diversity gradients. American Naturalist 170:S71-S85. (pdf)

Mittelbach, G.G., D.W. Schemske, H.V. Cornell, A.P. Allen, J.M. Brown, M. Bush, S.P. Harrison, A.H. Hurlbert, N. Knowlton, H.A. Lessios, C.M. McCain, A.R. McCune, L.A. McDade, M.A. McPeek, T.J. Near, T.D. Price, R.E. Ricklefs, K. Roy, D.F. Sax, D. Schluter, J.M. Sobel and M. Turelli (2007). Evolution and the Latitudinal Diversity Gradient: speciation, extinction and biogeography. Ecology Letters 10:315-331. (pdf)

Jablonski, David, Kaustuv Roy and James W. Valentine (2006). Out of the tropics: evolutionary dynamics of the latitudinal diversity gradient. Science 314:102-106. (pdf)

Latiolais, Jared M., Michael S. Taylor, Kaustuv Roy, and Michael E. Hellberg (2006). A molecular phylogenetic analysis of strombid gastropod morphological diversity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 41:436-444. (pdf)

Smith, J. Travis and Kaustuv Roy (2006). Selectivity during background extinction: Plio-Pleistocene scallops in California. Paleobiology 32:408-416. (pdf)

Valentine, James W., David Jablonski, Susan Kidwell, and Kaustuv Roy (2006). Assessing the fidelity of the fossil record by using marine bivalves. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103:6599-6604. (pdf)

Hunt, Gene and Kaustuv Roy (2006). Climate change, body size evolution and Cope’s Rule in deep-sea ostracodes. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103:1347-1352. (pdf)

Hunt, Gene, Thomas M. Cronin, and Kaustuv Roy (2005). Species-energy relationship in the deep sea: a test using the Quaternary fossil record. Ecology Letters 8:739-747. (pdf)

Goldberg, Emma E., Kaustuv Roy, Russell Lande, and David Jablonski (2005). Diversity, endemism, and age distributions in macroevolutionary sources and sinks. American Naturalist 165: 623-633. (pdf)

Hunt, Gene, Kaustuv Roy and David Jablonski (2005). Species-level heritability reaffirmed: A comment on “On the heritability of geographic range sizes”. American Naturalist 166:129-135. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv and John M. Pandolfi (2005). Responses of marine species and ecosystems to past climate change. In T. E. Lovejoy and L. Hannah (eds.) Climate Change and Biodiversity, Yale University Press, pp. 160-175.

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine (2004). Beyond species richness: Biogeographic patterns and biodiversity dynamics using other metrics of diversity. In M. V. Lomolino and L. R. Heaney (eds.) Frontiers of Biogeography: New directions in the Geography of Nature. Sinauer Associates Inc., pp. 151-170.

Maurer B. A., Brown J. H., Dayan T., Enquist B. J., Ernest S. K. M., Hadly E. A., Haskell J. P., Jablonski D., Jones K. E., Kaufman D. M., Lyons S. K., Niklas K. J., Porter W. P., Roy K., Smith F. A., Tiffney B., Willig M. R. (2004). Similarities in body size distributions of small-bodied flying vertebrates. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6: 783-797. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, Allen G. Collins, Bonnie J. Becker, Emina Begovic, and John M. Engle (2003). Anthropogenic impacts and historical decline in body size of rocky intertidal gastropods in southern California. Ecology Letters 6:205-211. (pdf)

Jablonski, David, Kaustuv Roy, James W. Valentine, Rebecca M. Price & Philip S. Anderson. (2003). Testing the Pull of the Recent in marine biodiversity: An analysis of Bivalvia. Science 300:1133-1135. (pdf)

Jablonski, David and Kaustuv Roy (2003). Geographic range and speciation in fossil and living mollusks. Proc. Roy. soc. London B 270:401-406. [Featured in Editor’s Choice Science v. 299 #5608] (pdf)

Jablonski, David, Kaustuv Roy and James W. Valentine, (2003). Evolutionary macroecology and the fossil record. In T. M. Blackburn and K. J. Gaston (eds.) Macroecology: Concepts and Consequences, Blackwell.

Roy Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine (2002). Body size and invasion success in marine bivalves. Ecology Letters 5:163-167. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (2002). Bathymetry and body size in marine gastropods: a shallow water perspective. Marine Ecology Progress Series 237:143-149. (pdf)

Valentine, James W. , Kaustuv Roy, and David Jablonski (2002). Carnivore/Non-Carnivore Ratios in Northeastern Pacific Marine Gastropods. Marine Ecology Progress Series 228:153-163. (pdf)

Hellberg, Michael E., Deborah P. Balch and Kaustuv Roy. (2001). Climate-driven range expansion and morphological evolution in a marine gastropod. Science 292: 1707-1710. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (2001). Analyzing temporal trends in community composition: a biogeographic perspective. Paleobiology 27:631-645. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, Deborah. P. Balch, and Michael E. Hellberg (2001). Spatial patterns of morphological diversity across the Indo-Pacific: analyses using strombid gastropods. Proc Roy. Soc. London B. 268:2503-2508. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv and Karen K. Martien (2001). Latitudinal distribution of body size in north-eastern Pacific marine bivalves. Journal of Biogeography 28:485-493. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine. (2001). Climate change, species range limits and body size in marine bivalves. Ecology Letters 4: 366-370. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv and Jeffrey. S. Kauffman (2001). Biotic homogenization: Lessons from the past. In J. Lockwood and M. L. McKinney eds. Biotic homogenization. pp. 19-32. Kluwher Academic/Plenum Publishers

Roy, Kaustuv (2001). Pleistocene extinctions. In D.E.G. Briggs and P.R. Crowther eds. Palaeobiology II p. 234-237. Blackwell Science.

Alroy, J., C.R. Marshall, R.K. Bambach, K. Bezusko, D. Carlson, M. Foote, F.T. Fursich, T.A. Hansen, S.M. Holland, L.C. Ivany, D. Jablonski, D.K. Jacobs, M.A. Kosnik, S. Lidgard, S. Low, A.I. Miller, P.M. Novack-Gottshall, T. Olszewski, M.E. Patzkowsky, D.M. Raup, K. Roy, J.J. Sepkoski, Jr., M.G. Sommers, P.J. Wagner, III, and A. Webber. (2001) Effects of sampling standardization on estimates of Phanerozoic marine diversification. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., U.S.A. 98:6261- 6266. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski, and James W. Valentine (2000). Dissecting latitudinal diversity gradients: Functional groups and clades of marine bivalves. Proc. Royal Soc. London B 267:293-299. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski, and Karen K. Martien (2000). Invariant size-frequency distributions along a latitudinal gradient in marine bivalves. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 97: 13150-13155. (pdf)

Jablonski, David, Kaustuv, Roy, and James W. Valentine (2000). Dissecting the latitudinal diversity gradient in marine bivalves. In: E. M. Harper, J. D. Taylor, and J. A. Crame, eds., The evolutionary biology of the Bivalvia. Geological Society, London , Special Publications 177:361-365.

Roy, Kaustuv (1999). Long/short term influences on change. In: J. Scotchmoor and D. A. Springer, eds., Evolution: Investigating the evidence. Paleontological Society Special Publication vol. 9:309-318.

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski, James W. Valentine, and Gary Rosenberg (1998). Marine latitudinal diversity gradients: Tests of causal hypotheses. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95:3699-3702. (pdf)

Foote, Mike and Kaustuv Roy (1997). Descriptive and predictive approaches to biodiversity measurement: reply to Williams et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12:445. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv and Mike Foote (1997). Morphological approaches to measuring biodiversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12:277-281. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (1996). The roles of mass extinction and biotic interaction in large-scale replacements: a reexamination using the fossil record of stromboidean gastropods. Paleobiology 22:436-452. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine (1996). Higher taxa in biodiversity studies: Insights from Eastern Pacific marine mollusks. Phil. Trans. Royal Society London B 351:1605-1613. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, James W. Valentine, David Jablonski and Susan M. Kidwell (1996). Scales of climatic variability and time averaging in Pleistocene biotas: implications for ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11:458-463. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine (1995). Thermally anomalous assemblages revisited: Patterns in the extraprovincial range shifts of Pleistocene marine mollusks. Geology 23:1071-1074. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv (1994). Effects of Mesozoic Marine Revolution on the taxonomic, morphologic and biogeographic evolution of a group: Aporrhaid gastropods during the Mesozoic. Paleobiology 20:274-296. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, David Jablonski and James W. Valentine (1994). Eastern Pacific Molluscan Provinces and Latitudinal Diversity Gradient: No Evidence for "Rapoport's Rule". Proc. National Academy of Sciences , USA , 91:8871-8874. (pdf)

Roy, Kaustuv, Daniel J. Miller, and Michael LaBarbera (1994). Taphonomic bias in the analyses of drilling predation: effects of gastropod drill holes on bivalve shell strength. Palaios 9:413-421. (pdf)

Fåhræus, Lars E. and Kaustuv Roy (1993). Conodonts from the Cambro-Ordovician Cooks Brook and Middle Arm Point formations, Bay of Islands , western Newfoundland. Geologica et Palaeontologica 27:1-53.

Roy, Kaustuv and Lars E. Fåhræus (1989). Tremadocian (Early Ordovician) nauplius-like larvae from the Middle Arm Point Formation, Bay of Islands , western Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 26:1802-1806.