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Merow, C., J. Allen, M. Aiello-Lammens, J.A. Silander Jr. Building better range models with Maxent by integrating additional sources of spatially explicitly information. In review.

Needham, J., C. Merow, N. Butt, Y. Malhi, T. Marthews, M. Morecroft, and S. M. McMahon. A dialogue between the forest and the trees: cross scale demographic models for global change research. In review.

Metcalf, C.J.E., S.P. Ellner, D.Z. Childs, R. Salguero-Gomez, C. Merow, S.M. McMahon, E. Jongejans, M. Rees. Modeling annual variation for stochastic population dynamics using Integral Projection Models. 2015. Accepted, Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Visser, M.D., S.M. McMahon, P.M. Dixon, C. Merow, S. Record, E. Jongejans. Speeding up ecological and evolutionary computations in R. 2015. PLoS Computational Biology 11: e1004140.

Merow, C., A. M. Latimer, A. Wilson, S. McMahon, A. Rebelo, J. A. Silander Jr. On using integral projection models to generate demographically driven predictions of species' distributions: development and validation using sparse data. 2014. Ecography, 37:

Merow, C., M. Smith, T. Edwards, A. Guisan, S. McMahon, S. Normand, W. Thuiller, R. Wuest, N. Zimmermann, J. Elith. 2014. What do we gain from simplicity versus complexity in species distribution models? Ecography, 37: 1267-1281. link

Rominger, A., C. Merow, J. Harte. meteR: Analysis with the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology. 2014. R package version 1.0.

Thuiller, W., T. Munkemuller, K.H. Schiffers, D. Georges, S. Dullinger, V.M. Eckhart, T. C. Edwards, D. Gravel, G. Kunstler, C. Merow, K. Moore O'Leary, C. Piedallu, S. Vissault, N.E. Zimmermann, D. Zurell, F. M. Schurr. 2014. Does probability of occurrence relate to demographic performance? Ecography, 37: 1155-1166.

Merow, C., J. Dahlgren, C.J.E. Metcalf, D. Childs, M.E.K. Evans, E. Jongejans, S. Record, M. Rees, R. Salguero-Gomez, S.M. McMahon. Advancing population ecology with integral projection models: a practical guide. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5:

Merow, C., J. Silander. A comparison of Maxent and Maxlike for modeling species distributions. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.5:

Merow, C., M. Smith, J. A. Silander Jr. 2013. A practical guide to Maxent: what it does, and why inputs and settings matter*. Ecography 36: 1-12. link

*Denoted Editor's Choice and one of Ecography's 10 most accessed papers in 2013

*One of Ecography's most accessed papers in 2013 (#6) and 2014 (#2)

Metcalf, C.J.E., S.M. McMahon, R. Salguero-Gomez, E. Jongejans & C. Merow. 2012. IPMpack: Builds and analyses Integral Projection Models. R package version 2.0. package description

Vieilledent, G., A. M. Latimer, A. E. Gelfand, C. Merow, A.M. Wilson, F. Mortier & J. A. Silander Jr. 2012. hSDM: hierarchical Bayesian species distribution models. R package version 1.0. package description

Merow, C., A. Latimer & J. Silander. 2011. Can entropy maximization use functional traits to explain species abundances? A comprehensive evaluation. Ecology 92: 1523-1537. pdf, supplement

Merow, C., N. LaFleur, J. A. Silander Jr., A. Wilson & M. Rubega. 2011. Developing dynamic, mechanistic species distribution models: predicting bird-mediated spread of invasive plants across northeastern North America. American Naturalist 178: 30-43. pdf, supplement

Midgley, G.F., R. Altwegg, D. Guo & C. Merow. 2009. Are quiver trees a sentinel for climate change in arid southern Africa? South African National Biodiversity Institute. ISBN: 978-0-620-43639-7 pdf

Rawitscher, G., C. Merow, M. Nguyen & I. Simbotin. 2002. Resonances and quantum scattering for the Morse potential as a barrier. American Journal of Physics 70: 935-944. pdf