Refereed journals

Park T, Evans AR, Gallagher SJ, and Fitzgerald EMG. in press. Low frequency hearing preceded the evolution of giant body size and filter feeding in baleen whales. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Accepted 12 January 2017.

Hocking DP, Ladds MA, Slip DJ, Fitzgerald EMG, and Evans AR. in press. Chew, shake, and tear: Prey processing in Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea). Marine Mammal Science: Published online 16 December 2016.

Pineda-Munoz S, Lazagabaster IA, Evans AR, and Alroy J. in press. Inferring diet from dental morphology in terrestrial mammals. Methods in Ecology and Evolution: Published online 21 November 2016.

Gomes Rodrigues H, Hautier L, and Evans AR. in press. Convergent traits in mammals associated with divergent behaviors. Journal of Mammalian Evolution: Published online 25 August 2016.

Marx FG, Hocking DP, Park T, Ziegler T, Evans AR, and Fitzgerald EMG. 2016. Suction feeding preceded filtering in baleen whale evolution. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 75: 71-82.

Park T, Fitzgerald EMG, and Evans AR. 2016. Ultrasonic hearing and echolocation in the earliest toothed whales. Biology Letters 12: 20160060.

Rich TH, Hopson JA, Gill PG, Trusler P, Rogers-Davidson S, Morton S, Cifelli RL, Pickering D, Kool L, Siu K, Burgmann FA, Senden T, Evans AR, Wagstaff BE, Seegets-Villiers D, Corfe IJ, Flannery TF, Walker K, Musser AM, Archer M, Pian R, and Vickers-Rich P. 2016. The mandible and dentition of the Early Cretaceous monotreme Teinolophos trusleri. Alcheringa 40: 475-501.

Pineda-Munoz S, Evans AR, and Alroy J. 2016. The relationship between diet and body mass in terrestrial mammals. Paleobiology 42: 659-669.

Evans AR, Daly ES, Catlett KK, Paul KS, King SJ, Skinner MM, Nesse HP, Hublin J-J, Townsend GC, Schwartz GT, and Jernvall J. 2016. A simple rule governs the evolution and development of hominin tooth size. Nature 530: 477-480. [pdf]

Couzens AMC, Evans AR, Skinner MM, and Prideaux GJ. 2016. The role of inhibitory dynamics in the loss and re-emergence of macropodoid tooth traits. Evolution 70: 568-585.

Evans AR. 2016. What is ‘pseudo’ in pseudotribosphenic teeth? Memoirs of Museum Victoria 74: 93-96.

Hocking DP, Fitzgerald EMG, Salverson M, and Evans AR. 2016. Prey capture and processing behaviors vary with prey size and shape in Australian and subantarctic fur seals. Marine Mammal Science 32: 568-587.

Park T, Fitzgerald EMG, Gallagher SJ, Tomkins E, Allan T. 2016. New Miocene Fossils and the History of Penguins in Australia. PLoS ONE 11: e0153915

McCurry MR, Evans AR, and McHenry CR. 2015. The sensitivity of biological finite element models to the resolution of surface geometry: a case study of crocodilian crania. PeerJ 3: e988.

Hocking DP, Salverson M, and Evans AR. 2015. Foraging-based enrichment promotes more varied behaviour in captive Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus). PLoS ONE 10: e0124615.

Hocking DP, Salverson M, Fitzgerald EMG, and Evans AR. 2014. Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) use raptorial biting and suction feeding when targeting prey in different foraging scenarios. PLoS ONE 9: e112521.

Harjunmaa E, Seidel K, Hakkinen T, Renvoise E, Corfe IJ, Kallonen A, Zhang Z-Q, Evans AR, Mikkola ML, Salazar-Ciudad I, Klein OD, and Jernvall J. 2014. Replaying evolutionary transitions from the dental fossil record. Nature 512: 44-48.

Saarinen JJ, Boyer AG, Brown JH, Costa DP, Ernest SKM, Evans AR, Fortelius M, Gittleman JL, Hamilton MJ, Harding LE, Lintulaakso K, Lyons SK, Okie JG, Sibly RM, Stephens PR, Theodor J, Uhen MD, and Smith FA. 2014. Patterns of maximum body size evolution in Cenozoic land mammals: eco-evolutionary processes and abiotic forcing. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20132049.

Evans AR, and Janis CM. 2014. The evolution of high dental complexity in the horse lineage. Annales Zoologici Fennici 51: 73-79.

Yong R, Ranjitkar S, Townsend GC, Smith RN, Evans AR, Hughes TE, Lekkas D, and Brook AH. 2014. Dental phenomics: advancing genotype to phenotype correlations in craniofacial research. Australian Dental Journal 59: 34-47.

Evans AR. 2013. Shape descriptors as ecometrics in dental ecology. Hystrix: Italian Journal of Mammalogy 24: 133-140.

Okie JG, Boyer AG, Brown JH, Costa DP, Ernest SKM, Evans AR, Fortelius M, Gittleman JL, Hamilton MJ, Harding LE, Lintulaakso K, Lyons SK, Saarinen JJ, Smith FA, Stephens PR, Theodor J, Uhen MD, and Sibly RM. 2013. Effects of allometry, productivity and lifestyle on rates and limits of body size evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20131007.

Hocking DP, Evans AR, and Fitzgerald EMG. 2013. Leopard seals (Hydrurga leptonyx) use suction and filter feeding when hunting small prey underwater. Polar Biology 36: 211-222.

Smits PD, and Evans AR. 2012. Functional constraints on tooth morphology in carnivorous mammals. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12: 146. [pdf]

Jones D, Evans AR, Rayfield EJ, Siu KK, and Donoghue PC. 2012. Testing microstructural adaptation in the earliest dental tools. Biol Lett 8: 952-5. [pdf]

Perdomo G, Evans A, Maraun M, Sunnucks P, and Thompson R. 2012. Mouthpart morphology and trophic position of microarthropods from soils and mosses are strongly correlated. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 53: 56-63. [pdf]

Jones D, Evans AR, Siu KKW, Rayfield EJ, and Donoghue PCJ. 2012. The sharpest tools in the box? Quantitative analysis of conodont element functional morphology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 2849-2854. [pdf]

Wilson GP, Evans AR, Corfe IJ, Smits PD, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2012. Adaptive radiation of multituberculates before the extinction of dinosaurs. Nature 483: 457–460. [pdf]

Evans AR, Jones D, Boyer AG, Brown JH, Costa DP, Ernest SKM, Fitzgerald EMG, Fortelius M, Gittleman JL, Hamilton MJ, Harding LE, Lintulaakso KL, S. Kathleen, Okie JG, Saarinen JJ, Sibly RM, Smith FA, Stephens PR, Theodor J, and Uhen MD. 2012. The maximum rate of mammal evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109: 4187-4190. [pdf]

Eronen JT, Evans AR, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2011. Genera are often better than species for detecting evolutionary change in the fossil record: a reply to Salesa et al. Evolution 65: 1514-1516. [pdf]

Smith FA, Boyer AG, Brown JH, Costa DP, Dayan T, Ernest SKM, Evans AR, Fortelius M, Gittleman JL, Hamilton MJ, Harding LE, Lintulaakso KL, S. Kathleen, McCain C, Okie JG, Saarinen JJ, Sibly RM, Stephens PR, Theodor J, and Uhen MD. 2010. The evolution of maximum body size of terrestrial mammals. Science 330: 1216-1219. [pdf]

Boyer DM, Evans AR, and Jernvall J. 2010. Evidence of dietary differentiation among late Paleocene–early Eocene plesiadapids (Mammalia, Primates). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 142: 194-210. [pdf]

Skinner MM, Evans AR, Smith T, Jernvall J, Tafforeau P, Kupczik K, Olejniczak AJ, Rosas A, Radovčić J, Thackeray JF, Toussaint M, and Hublin J-J. 2010. Contributions of enamel-dentine junction shape and enamel deposition to primate molar crown complexity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 142: 157-163. [pdf]

Eronen JT, Evans AR, Jernvall J, and Fortelius M. 2010. The impact of regional climate on the evolution of mammals: a case study using fossil horses. Evolution 64: 398-408. [pdf]

Renvoisé E, Evans AR, Jebrane A, Labruère C, Laffont R, and Montuire S. 2009. Evolution of mammal tooth patterns: new insights from a developmental prediction model. Evolution 63: 1327-1340. [pdf]

Evans AR, and Fortelius M. 2008. Three-dimensional reconstruction of tooth relationships during carnivoran chewing. Palaeontologia Electronica 11: 10A:11p. http://palaeo-electronica.org/2008_2/133/index.html [pdf]

Plyusnin I, Evans AR, Karme A, Gionis A, and Jernvall J. 2008. Automated 3D Phenotype Analysis Using Data Mining. PLoS ONE 3(3): e1742. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001742 [pdf] [online]

Kavanagh KD, Evans AR, and Jernvall J. 2007. Predicting evolutionary patterns of mammalian teeth from development. Nature 449: 427-432. [pdf] See News and Views (Polly 2007). [Supplementary information]

Evans AR, Wilson GP, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2007. High-level similarity of dentitions in carnivorans and rodents. Nature 445: 78-81. [pdf] Listen to Nature Podcast for 14 December 2006. [Supplementary information] [PUBMED]

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 2006. Spatial and functional modeling of carnivore and insectivore molariform teeth. Journal of Morphology 267: 649-662. [pdf] [Supplementary material] [PUBMED]

Evans AR, Hunter J, Fortelius M, and Sanson GD. 2005. The scaling of tooth sharpness in mammals. Annales Zoologici Fennici 42: 603-613. [pdf]

Evans AR. 2005. Connecting morphology, function and tooth wear in microchiropterans. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 85: 81-96. [pdf]

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 2005. Correspondence between tooth shape and dietary biomechanical properties in insectivorous microchiropterans. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7: 453-478. [pdf]

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 2005. The biomechanical properties of insects in relation to insectivory: cuticle thickness as an indicator of insect 'hardness' and 'intractability'. Australian Journal of Zoology 53: 9-19. [pdf]

Kangas AT, Evans AR, Thesleff I, and Jernvall J. 2004. Nonindependence of mammalian dental characters. Nature 432: 211-214. [pdf] [PUBMED]

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 2003. The tooth of perfection: functional and spatial constraints on mammalian tooth shape. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 78: 173-191.  [pdf] [Supplementary material] See News and Views (Weil 2003).

Evans AR, Harper IS, and Sanson GD. 2001. Confocal imaging, visualization and 3-D surface measurement of small mammalian teeth. Journal of Microscopy 204: 108-118. [pdf] [PUBMED] [Supplementary material]

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 1998. The effect of tooth shape on the breakdown of insects. Journal of Zoology 246: 391-400. [pdf]

Book chapters

Hernesniemi E, Giaourtsakis IX, Evans AR, and Fortelius M. 2011. Rhinocerotidae. Pp. 275-294. In: Harrison T, ed. Paleontology and Geology of Laetoli, Tanzania: Human Evolution in Context. Volume 2: Fossil Hominins and the Associated Fauna. Dordrecht: Springer.

Evans AR. 2006. Quantifying the relationship between form and function and the geometry of the wear process in bat molars. Pp. 93-109. In: Zubaid A, McCracken GF and Kunz TH, eds. Functional and Evolutionary Ecology of Bats. New York: Oxford University Press.

Evans AR, Fortelius M, Jernvall J, and Eronen J. 2005. Dental ecomorphology of extant European carnivorans. Pp. 223-232. In: Żądzińska E, ed. Current Trends in Dental Morphology Research: 13th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. Lódz: University of Lódz Press. [pdf]

Book review

Evans AR. 2012. What very big teeth you have: review of 'Mammal Teeth' by Peter Ungar. BioScience 62: 95-97.

Invited symposium paper

Evans AR. 2001. Understanding bat molar function from first principles. Abstracts of the 12th International Bat Research Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4-9 August 2001. Bat Research News 42: 98.

Conference proceedings

Evans A. 2014. The inhibitory cascade as a general mechanism for integration in the mammalian primary dentition. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2014: 126.

Evans A. 2014. The inhibitory cascade as a general mechanism for integration in the mammalian primary dentition. Bulletin of the International Association of Paleodontology 8: 102.

Islam MR, Evans A, and Fitzgerald EMG. 2014. Fossils constrain ‘modernization’ of the southwest pacific mysticete (Cetacea) fauna to less than 5 million years ago. 60th Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society. Melbourne, Australia, 59.

Pineda-Munoz S, Evans A, and Alroy J. 2014. The relationship between diet and body mass in mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2014: 205.

Corfe I, Wilson G, Evans A, and Jernvall J. 2014. Testing developmental biology predictions with fossils: dental complexity and evolutionary rates of the Multituberculata. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2014: 112.

Corfe I, Wilson G, Evans A, and Jernvall J. 2014. Testing developmental biology predictions with fossils – dental complexity and evolutionary rates of the Multituberculata. Bulletin of the International Association of Paleodontology 8: 71.

Couzens A, Skinner M, Evans A, and Prideaux G. 2014. Examining the developmental origins of evolutionary reversal in the molar teeth of macropodoids (Diprotodontia: Marsupialia). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2014: 113.

Couzens AMC, Skinner MM, Evans AR, and Prideaux GJ. 2014. Hide and seek patterning: using X-ray microcomputed tomography to explore the developmental basis, homology, and apparent re-emergence of primitive dental traits in macropodoids. Integrative and Comparative Biology 54: E257-E257.

Evans A, Chieu TL, Siu K, and Rich T. 2014. Predicting the shape of undiscovered fossils. 60th Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society. Melbourne, Australia, 75.

Hocking DP, Evans A, Fitzgerald EMG, and Salverson M. 2014. Prey capture and processing behaviours vary with prey type in captive and wild fur seals. 60th Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society. Melbourne, Australia, 39.

Park T, Evans A, Fitzgerald E, and McHenry C. 2014. Toothed mysticete cochlear morphology provides evidence for a gradual specialisation toward low frequency hearing and inability to echolocate. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2014: 201.

Park T, Evans A, Fitzgerald EMG, and McHenry C. 2014. Auditory biology of the earliest baleen whales inferred from cochlear morphology of fossil toothed mysticetes (Cetacea). 60th Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society. Melbourne, Australia, 38.

Pineda-Munoz S, and Evans AR. 2013. Which tooth best represents whole tooth row dental complexity in mammals? 14th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics. Adelaide, Australia, 67-68.

Islam MR, Evans A, and Fitzgerald EMG. 2013. Diversity of baleen whales (Mysticeti) off southeast Australia during the Late Miocene–Early Pliocene. 14th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics. Adelaide, Australia, 45.

Rich T, Trusler P, and Evans A. 2013. Two upper tribosphenic molars from the Mesozoic of Australia and two hypotheses. 14th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics. Adelaide, Australia, 72-73.

Evans A, Chieu TL, Siu K, and Rich T. 2013. Predicting the shape of undiscovered fossils. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2013: 123.

Evans A, Chieu TL, Siu K, and Rich T. 2013. Predicting the shape of undiscovered fossils. 14th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics. Adelaide, Australia, 35.

Evans A, Proctor K, Vitacca J, and Islam MR. 2013. The fourth molar conundrum: the inhibitory cascade in marsupials. Anatomical Record 296: 198-199.

Evans A, Proctor K, Vitacca J, and Islam MR. 2013. The inhibitory cascade in marsupials. 11th International Conference on Tooth Morphogenesis and Differentiation. La Londe Les Maures, France, 17.

Rich T, Trusler P, Evans A, and Vickers-Rich P. 2013. Two upper tribosphenic molars from the Mesozoic of Australia and two hypotheses. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2013: 198.

Evans AR, Siu K, Jones D, Rich TH, Vickers-Rich P, and Chieu TL. 2012. Using synchrotron X-ray microtomography to examine the structure of small fossils. Australian Synchrotron User Meeting 2012. Melbourne, Australia.

Smits P, and Evans A. 2011. Constraints on tooth shape and jaw motion in carnivorous mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2011: 197.

 

Evans A, and Proctor K. 2011. The inhibitory cascade in marsupials. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2011: 105-106.

 

Evans AR. 2011. Patterns and constraints in carnivoran and rodent dental complexity and inhibitory cascade models. In: Dirks W, ed. 15th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. Newcastle, UK. 28.

Jones D, Evans A, Rayfield E, and Donoghue PCJ. 2011. How did the first teeth work? Quantitative functional analysis of conodont elements. In: Dirks W, ed. 15th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. Newcastle, UK. 40.

Hocking DP, Evans AR, and Fitzgerald EMG. 2011. Filter feeding in marine mammals: the importance of tooth shape in the evolution of feeding modes. In Trinajstic K, ed. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2011. Perth, Australia: Geological Survey of Western Australia Record, 46.

Evans A. 2011. Vertebrate macroevolution: insights from palaeontology and developmental biology. In Trinajstic K, ed. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2011. Perth, Australia: Geological Survey of Western Australia Record, 31.

Jones D, and Evans A. 2010. Functional morphology of the earliest vertebrate feeding structures. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2010: 112A.

Evans A, Jones D, and IMPPS. 2010. Rapid evolutionary rates over geological timescales in mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2010: 86A.

Karme A, Evans AR, and Fortelius M. 2010. GISwear; 3D and GIS diet analysis method for bunodont omnivore groups Suina and Hominidae. Third International Palaeontological Congress 2010. London, UK, 226.

Jones DO, and Evans AR. 2010. Functional morphology of the earliest vertebrate feeding structures. Third International Palaeontological Congress 2010. London, UK, 220.

Purnell MA, and Evans AR. 2009. Conodont tooth complexity: quantification, convergence with mammals, and implications for dietary analysis. Permophiles 53 Supp. 1: 39.

Evans A, and Jernvall J. 2009. Patterns and constraints in carnivoran and rodent dental complexity and relative tooth size. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2009: 92A.

Evans A. 2009. Automated 3D phenotype analysis using data mining. Image Analysis Tools to Support Phenomics Research Workshop. Canberra, Australia.

Evans A. 2009. Patterns and constraints in carnivoran and rodent dental complexity and relative tooth size. In Travouillon KJ, Worthy TH, Hand SJ and Creaser P, eds. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2009. Melbourne, Australia: Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 29.

Lyons SK, Boyer A, Brown JH, Costa DP, Dayan T, Evans A, Ernest SKM, Fortelius M, Harding L, Lintulaakso K, Lyons SK, Saarinen J, Sibly RM, Smith FA, Theodor J, and Uhen MD. 2009. Community body size distributions of mammals differ among trophic groups, but not across time. North American Paleontological Convention. Cincinnati, Ohio.

Smith FA, Boyer A, Brown JH, Costa DP, Dayan T, Evans A, Ernest SKM, Fortelius M, Harding L, Lintulaakso K, Lyons SK, Sibly RM, Saarinen J, Theodor J, and Uhen MD. 2009. Size matters: examining patterns of maximum body size of mammals over time and space. Ecological Society of America. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Smith FA, Boyer A, Brown JH, Costa DP, Dayan T, Evans A, Ernest SKM, Harding L, Lintulaakso K, Lyons SK, Sibly RM, Saarinen J, Theodor J, and Uhen MD. 2009. Size matters: examining patterns of maximum body size of mammals over time and space. International Biogeography Society 4th Biannual Meeting. Merida, Mexico.

Evans A, King S, Wright P, and Jernvall J. 2009. How does tooth wear affect dental complexity? Implications for tooth function, nutritional ecology and dietary reconstruction in mammals. Evolution09. Melbourne, Australia, 19.

Evans A, Zohdy S, Wright PC, and Jernvall J. 2008. Roughing it: dental complexity in bamboo feeders and the inference of mesic environments. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28: 75A.

Jernvall J, King SJ, Evans A, and Kavanagh KD. 2008. Effects of development on the evolution of primate dentition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135: 125.

Zohdy S, Evans A, Wright PC, and Jernvall J. 2008. Roughing it: what it takes for Hapalemur, bears and rodents to chew bamboo. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135: 228.

King SJ, Zohdy S, Evans AR, Godfrey LR, Jernvall J, and Wright PC. 2008. Senescence in wild lemurs: does it happen? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135: 130.

Evans A, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2007. How does tooth wear affect dental complexity? Journal of Morphology 268: 1070-1071.

Evans A, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2007. How does tooth wear affect dental complexity? Implications for tooth function and dietary reconstruction. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27: 72A.

Jernvall J, Evans A, and Salazar-Ciudad I. 2007. Simple and complex complexity of teeth. Journal of Morphology 268: 1090.

Wilson G, Evans A, Jernvall J, and Fortelius M. 2006. Dietary preferences of multituberculates: preliminary inferences from dental morphological complexity patterns in muroid rodents. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 139A.

Skinner MM, Evans A, and Jernvall J. 2006. Assessing the relative contribution of the EDJ and enamel cap to the occlusal morphology of molar tooth crowns using microCT and GIS. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 129: 166.

Evans A, Martin T, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2006. Reconstructing dental occlusion in 3D: from carnivorans to Asfaltomylos. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 59A.

Evans AR, Fortelius M, Jernvall J, and Eronen JT. 2006. Dental ecomorphology of extant European carnivorans. In: Żądzińska E, ed. Current Trends in Dental Morphology Research: Full Refereed Papers from 13th International Symposium on Dental Morphology. Łódź: University of Łódź Press. 223-232.

Evans A, Wilson G, Jernvall J, and Fortelius M. 2006. New methods in 3D tooth shape analysis: a study of form and function in murine and sigmodontine rodents. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeeting, 4-8 January 2006. Orlando, Florida.

Evans A, Wilson G, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2006. How different are cats and mice? New 3D methods for correlating diets and dentition from disparate dental systems. European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology First and Founding Meeting, 17-19 August 2006. Prague, Czech Republic, 93.

Evans AR, Fortelius M, Eronen J, and Jernvall J. 2005. Dental ecomorphology of extant European carnivores. 13th International Symposium on Dental Morphology, 24-27 August 2005. Łódź, Poland, p. 42.

Evans AR, and Sanson GD. 2004. Spatial and functional modelling of carnivore and insectivore molariform teeth. Journal of Morphology 260: 289-290.

Evans AR. 2000. Applications of confocal microscopy to functional morphology: the effect of diet and wear on tooth sharpness and function in two microchiropterans Chalinolobus gouldii and C. morio. Abstracts of the 9th Australasian Bat Conference, Tocal, Australia, 25-28 April 2001. Bat Research News 41: 44.

Evans AR, Harper IS, and Sanson GD. 1999. Methods of digital measurement of tooth surface and occlusion. 12th International Conference on 3D Image Processing in Microscopy, 11th International Conference on Confocal Microscopy, 11-15 April 1999. EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany, p. 23.

Poster presentations

Karme A, Evans A, and Fortelius M. 2011. GISWear: 3D and GIS diet analysis method for bunodont omnivore groups Suina and Hominidae. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2011: 134.

Evans A, and Jernvall J. 2009. Patterns and constraints in carnivoran and rodent dental complexity and relative tooth size. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29: 92A. [pdf]

Evans G, Evans A, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2007. The uploading challenge: strategies for editing and uploading digital 3D shape data to an online database. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27: 72A.

Evans G, Evans A, Pljusnin I, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2007. Shape-searching in dental morphology using the MorphoBrowser. Journal of Morphology 268: 1071.

Pljusnin I, Jernvall J, Evans A, and Gionis A. 2006. Data mining phenotypes: dietary prediction as a case study. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 110A.

Evans G, Fortelius M, Jernvall J, Pljusnin I, and Evans A. 2006. Shape-searching in dental morphology using the MorphoBrowser. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26: 59A.

Evans G, Evans A, Pljusnin I, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2006. MorphoBrowser - a new database for surfing the dental morphospace. European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology First and Founding Meeting, 17-19 August 2006. Prague, Czech Republic, 247.

Evans G, Evans A, Pljusnin I, Jernvall J, and Fortelius M. 2005. MorphoBrowser - a new database for surfing the dental morphospace. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45: 1129.

Evans G, Evans A, Pljusnin I, Fortelius M, and Jernvall J. 2005. MorphoBrowser - a new database for surfing the dental morphospace. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 25: 54A.