Yuri Kimura

Presentations in academic conferences

  • Research Presented at International Conferences (selected)

    Kimura, Y., E. Lindsay, L. L. Jacobs, L. J. Flynn (2017) Isotopic dietary evolution linking with lineage evolution and interspecific competitions in small mammals, using Miocene rodents as a case study. JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017. Makuhari Messe, Chiba.

    Kimura, Y., E. Lindsay, L. L. Jacobs, L. J. Flynn (2016) Isotopic dietary response to interspecific competition between murine and cricetid rodents in the Early Miocene of Pakistan. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Utah, USA. B142.

    Kimura Y, McDonough MM, Hawkins MT, Jacobs LL, Flynn LJ, Tomida Y (2015) Enhanced fossil calibration points for molecular clocks of muroid rodents. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

    Kimura Y, Flynn LJ, Jacobs LL (2014) Classical murine lineages have been misused as a fossil-based calibration point of molecular phylogeny. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

    Kimura Y, Casanovas-Vilar I, Cerling TE, Jacobs LL, Flynn LJ, Lindsay E, Pilbeam D, Alba DM, Moyà-Solà S (2014) Dietary plasticity of muroid rodents for continental-scale comparisons of carbon isotopes in the late Miocene of Pakistan and Spain. T207 Dynamic Landscapes and the Diversification of North American Rodents. Geological Society of America. Vancouver, Canada. October.

    Kimura Y (2014) Differential dental adaptations to dietary change in mice and rat lineages in the late Miocene of Pakistan. 10th North American Paleontological Convention.

    Kimura Y (2013) Dental adaptations linked to isotopic diet and evolutionary pattern in murine rodents from the Miocene of Pakistan. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Romer Prize Session (2nd place runner).

    Kimura Y, Uno K, Cerling TE, Patnaik R (2012) Isotopic dietary signals in murine rodents from the Neogene Siwalik Group lags large mammals by one million years. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32 Supplement to Number 1, p. 122. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

    Kimura Y (2009) Phylogeny of Heterosminthus (Rodentia, Mammalia): An application of non-parametric analyses of dental variation within two time-ordered populations. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 Supplement to Number 3, p. 126A. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

    Kimura Y (2009) Intercontinental dispersals of sicistine mice between Eurasia and North America. Neogene Terrestrial Mammalian Biostratigraphy and Chronology in Asia. Beijing, China.