W. Andrew Barr
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin, 2014
M.S. University of Texas at Austin, 2008
Bs. Tulane University, 2005
The George Washinton University
800 22nd Street NW, Suite 6000
Washington, DC 20052
Andrew is a paleoecologist and paleoanthropologist with a focus on the ecological context of human evolution in Africa during the Plio-Pleistocene. He is currently studying the spatial distribution of functional traits in African mammal communities to better understand how the patterning of functional diversity reflects habitat heterogeneity and environmental correlates such as annual precipitation and vegetation cover.
Andrew is currently working on the ETE pairs through time project.
Distribution of bovid community-average locomotor traits in sub-Saharan Africa compared to annual precipitation values
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