Geography of artiodactyl locomotor morphology as an environmental predictor

Rachel Short & A. Michelle Lawing
Aim: We investigate locomotor function in artiodactyls, represented by calcaneal gear ratio, as it relates to multiple environments. Using an ecometrics approach, we develop a trait-environment model to investigate ecosystem level changes through time and to reconstruct past environments. We apply the trait-environment model to a case study of six sites in Kenya to evaluate changes over the past 100 years. Location: Global. Methods: Locomotor morphology was represented by calcaneal gear ratios measured as the...
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