Publications

PUBLICATIONS
  1. Tyler, C.L., Dexter, T.A., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Predation-Facilitated Preservation of Echinoids in a Tropical Marine Environment. Palaios 33(10):478-486. 
  2. Tyler, C.L., 2018. Regional Quantitative Sampling of Macrobenthic Shelf Invertebrate Communities in Onslow Bay, North Carolina, USA. Scientific Data 5:180054.
  3. Tyler, C.L., 2018. A Conceptual Map of Conservation Paleobiology: Visualizing a Discipline. Marine Conservation Paleobiology. C.L. Tyler and C.L. Schneider (Eds.), Springer, Cham, p227-254.
  4. Tyler, C.L., Schneider, C.L., 2018. Conservation Paleobiology: The Need for a Paleontological Perspective. Marine Conservation Paleobiology. C.L. Tyler and C.L. Schneider (Eds.) Springer, Cham, p1-10.
  5. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., 2017. Surrogate Taxa and Fossils as Reliable Proxies of Spatial Biodiversity Patters in Marine Benthic Communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284:2016283.
  6. Leighton, L.R., Chojnacki, C.N., Stafford, E.S., Tyler, C.L., Schneider, C.L., 2016. Categorization of Shell Fragments Provides a Proxy for Environmental Energy and Predation Intensity. Journal of the Geological Society 173:711-715. 
  7. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Stafford, E.S. 2015. The Utility of Wax Replicas for Measuring of Crab Attack Frequency of Gastropods. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 95(02):361-369.
  8. Stafford, E.S., Tyler, C.L., Leigthon, L.R., 2015. Gastropod Shell Repair Tracks Predator Abundance. Marine Ecology 36(4): 1176-1184.
  9. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M. 2014. The Utility of Marine Benthic Associations as a Multivariate Proxy for Paleo-Bathymetry. PLoS One 9(4).
  10. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Kowalewski, M. 2014. The effects of Limpet Morphology on Predation by Adult Cancrid Crabs. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 451:9-15.
  11. Molinaro, D.J., Stafford, E.S., Collins, B.M.J., Barcaly, K.M., Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R. 2014. Peeling out Predation: A Test of Repair Scar Frequency as a Suitable Proxy for Predation Pressure along a Modern Predation Gradient. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 412:141-147.
  12. Tyler, C.L., Leighton L.R., Carlson, S.J., Huntley, J.W., Kowalewski, M. 2013. Predation on Modern & Fossil Brachiopods: Assessing Chemical Defenses & Palatability. Palaios 28:724:735.
  13. Tyler, C.L., and Schiffbauer, J.D. 2012. The Fidelity of Microstructural Drilling Predation Traces and Gastropod Radula Morphology: Paleoecological Applications.  Palaios 27:658-666.
  14. Tyler, C.L., and Leighton, L.R. 2011. Detecting Competition in the Fossil Record: Support for Character Displacement Among Ordovician Brachiopods. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 307:205-217
  15. Yanes, Y., and Tyler, C.L. 2009. Drilling Predation Intensity and Feeding Preferences by Nucella (Muricidae), on Limpets Inferred from a Dead-Shell Assemblage. Palaios 24:273-279
  16. Schiffbauer, J.D., Yanes, Y., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., and Leighton, L.R. 2008. The Microstructural Record of Predation: A New Approach for Identifying Predatory Drill Holes. Palaios 23:810-820.
ABSTRACTS
  1. Farrar, L., Graves, E., Petsios, E., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Tracking Traces of Predation and Parasitism on Fossil Echinoids Through Geologic Time. Miami University Graduate Research Forum.
  2. Sorman, M., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Paleocommunity Dynamics in the Western Tethys. Miami University Graduate Research Forum.
  3. Tyler, C.L., 2018. A Conceptual Map of Conservation Paleobiology: Visualizing a Discipline. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  4. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Quantifying the Fidelity of the Macro-Invertebrate Fossil Record Across Multiple Higher Taxa in Nearshore Marine Assemblages. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  5. Farrar, L., Graves, E., Petsios, E., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Characterizing Traces of Predation and Parasitism on Fossil Echinoids. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  6. Kempf, H.L., Castro, I.O., Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2018. Comparisons of Ecosystem Dynamics Before and After Invasion Reveal Consequences of Invasive Species in Benthic Marine Paleocommunities. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  7. Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Trends in Drilling Predation and Parasitism on Echinoids During the Mesozoic Marine Revolution. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  8. Sorman, M., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Paleocommunity Dynamics in the Western Tethys. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  9. Tennakoon, S., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Morphometric Analysis of Cenozoic Cassid Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda). GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  10. Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., Sorman, M., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Marine Mesozoic Revolution (MMR): Community Structure During a Time of Biotic Escalation and Evolutionary Diversification. GSA Abstracts with Programs 50(6).
  11. Tyler, C.L., Kempf, H.L., Castro, I.O., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2018. Ecosystem Dynamics and the Consequences of Invasive Species. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  12. Farrar, L., Graves, E., Petsios, E., Portell, R.W., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Characterizing Traces of Predation and Parasitism on Fossil Echinoids. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  13. Dineen, A.A., Tyler, C.L., Roopnarine, P.D., 2018. Complexity and Stability of Marine Paleocommunities During Escalation and Restructuring. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  14. Sorman, M., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Paleocommunity Dynamics in the Western Tethys Following the End-Triassic Extinction. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  15. Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Comparative Fidelity of Higher Taxa in Benthic Marine Assemblages of Coastal North Carolina, USA: Implications for Conservation Paleobiology and Paleoecology. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  16. Tennakoon, S., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Morphometric Analysis of Cenozoic Cassid Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from Florida. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  17. Tyler, C.L., Petsios, E., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Applications of the Echinoids-Associated Traces Database: Cretaceous to Modern Drilling Predation and Parasitism. 16th International Echinoderm Conference pp. 127.
  18. Farrar, L., Graves, E., Petsios, E., Portell, R.W., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Characterizing Traces of Predation and Parasitism on Fossil Echinoids. 16th International Echinoderm Conference pp. 163.
  19. Graves, E., Farrar, L., Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Characterizing Traces of Biotic Interactions on Fossil Echinoids. Undergraduate Research Forum, Miami University.
  20. Tyler, C.L., Kempf, H.L., †Castro, I.O., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2018. Ecosystem Dynamics and the Consequences of Invasive Species. International Geoscience Programme Project 653 (IGCP) Event Annual Meeting.
  21. Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Trends in Drilling Predation and Parasitism on Echinoids During the Mesozoic Marine Revolution. 5th International Palaeontological Congress.
  22. Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2018. Cretaceous to Modern Trends in Drilling Predation and Parasitism on Echinoids. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  23. Tennakoon, S., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., 2018. Carnivorous Cassids (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Upper Eocene Ocala Limestone of Florida. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  24. Kempf, H.L., Castro, I., Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2018. Using Food Webs to Understand the Effects of Biotic Invasion on Late Ordovician Marine Community Structure. AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting.
  25. Mendonca, S., Barclay, K.M., Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R. 2017. Differences Between Predator-Prey Encounters on Two Intertidal Gastropods. Western Society of Naturalists 98th Annual Meeting.
  26. Kempf, H.L., Castro, I., Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2017. Using Food Webs to Understand the Effects of Biotic Invasion on Late Ordovician Marine Community Structure. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  27. Castro, I., Kempf, H.L., Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2017. Assessment of Data Resources for the Construction of Late Ordovician Shallow Marine Food Webs: Data Compilations Versus Museum Collections. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  28. Petsios, E., Tyler, C.L., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2017. Trends in Predation and Parasitic Drill-hole Traces on Paleogene Echinoids. GSA Abstracts with Programs. 
  29. Tyler, C.L., Dexter, T.A., Portell, R.W., Kowalewski, M., 2017. Predation on the Modern Echinoid Meoma ventricosa in a Tropical Marine Environment. GSA Abstracts with Programs. 
  30. Tyler, C.L., Kempf, H.L., Dineen, A.A., Roopnarine, P.D., 2017. Functional Homogenization and Destabilization During an Ancient Marine Invasion: Using Food Webs to Examine Invasion Dynamics. Ecological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. 
  31. Dineen, A.A., Tyler, C.L., Roopnarine, P.D., 2017. Modeling complexity and Stability of Marine Paleocommunities During Times of Evolutionary Expansion. Ecological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. 
  32. Chatterjee, W., Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., 2017. Characterizing Biotic Interactions with Echinoids. Undergraduate Research Forum, Miami University. 
  33. Kempf, H.L., Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A., Roopnarine P.D., 2017. Using Food Webs to Examine Ecosystem Dynamics during Biotic Invasions in Late Ordovician Shallow Marine Communities. Undergraduate Research Forum, Miami University. 
  34. Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., 2017. Mollusks as Archives of Spatial Biodiversity Patterns in Marine Benthic Communities: An Example from Coastal North Carolina, USA. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  35. Borszcz, T., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., 2016. Predation on Echinoids: Current Knowledge and Future Research Agendas. 9th European Conference on Echinoderms.
  36. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M. 2016 Quantifying the Fidelity of the Fossil Record Across Multiple Higher Taxa in Nearshore Marine Macro-Invertebrate Assemblages (North Carolina, USA). GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  37. Kempf, H.*, Tyler, C.L., Dineen, A., Roopnarine, P.D. 2016. Using Food Webs to Examine Ecosystem Dynamics during Biotic Invasions in Late Ordovician Shallow Marine Communities. GSA Abstracts with Programs.
  38. Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L. 2016. Fossils Track Spatial Diversity Patterns in Marine Benthic Communities. GSA Abstracts with Programs 48(3).
  39. Tyler, C.L., Roopnarine, P.D. 2015. Fossil Food Webs: Quantifying Changes in Marine Ecosystems during Times of Escalating Predator-prey Interactions. GSA Abstracts with Programs 47(7):275.
  40. Molinaro, D.J., Tyler, C.L., Mendoca, S., Leighton, L.R. 2015 Peeling out Predation Intensity: Does Repair Scar Frequency Shift during Modern Ecological Disturbance or Over Time? GSA Abstracts with Programs 47(7):427. 
  41. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M. 2014. Beyond Mollusks: A Multi-Taxic Evaluation of the Fidelity of Beta Diversity. GSA Abstracts with Programs 46(6):211
  42. Tyler, C.L. Kowalewski, M. 2014. Assessing the Fidelity of Beta Diversity: MarineBenthic Assemblages on the Inner Shelf of North Carolina, USA. 10th North American Paleontological Convention 13:10.
  43. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M. 2013. Using Benthic Marine Community Assemblages as Paleo-Bathymetric Proxies: A Direct Test from Recent Coastal Ecosystems of North Carolina using Multivariate Ordinations. GSA Abstracts with Programs 45(7):684.
  44. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Kowalewski, M. 2013. The effects of Limpet Morphology on Predation by Adult Cancrid Crabs. GSA Abstracts with Programs 45(7):839.
  45. Molinaro, D.J., Stafford, E.S., Collins, B.M.J., Barclay, K.M., Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R. 2013. Peeling out Predation Intensity: Can Repair Frequency be a Useful Proxy Towards Understanding Predation? GSA Abstracts with Programs 45(7):756.
  46. Tyler, C.L., and Kowalewski, M. 2013. The Utility of Benthic Mollusk Associations as a Proxy for Paleo-Bathymetry: A Direct Test from Recent Coastal Ecosystems of North Carolina. Florida United Malacologists Abstracts with Programs (v. 4).
  47. Tyler, C.L., and Kowalewski, M. 2013. The Utility of Marine Benthic Associations as a Multivariate Proxy for Paleo-Bathymetry: A Direct Test from Recent Coastal Ecosystems of North Carolina. GSA Abstracts with Programs 45(2):55.
  48. Tyler, C.L., and Kowalewski, M. 2012. Live-Dead Fidelity of Multi-Taxic Assemblages: Relative Taphonomic Biases across Major Benthic Marine Invertebrate Groups (North Carolina, USA). GSA Abstracts with Programs 44(7).
  49. Stafford, E.S., Nikqueta, C., Tyler, C.L., Schneider, C.L., Leighton, L.R. 2012. Six Thousand Little Pieces: Shell Fragments as an Indicator of Crushing Predation Intensity. GSA Abstracts with Programs 44(7).
  50. Kowalweski, M., and Tyler, C.L. 2012. A Multi-Taxic Evaluation of the Quality of the Fossil Record Based on Marine Benthic Associations of Coastal North Carolina.  GSA Abstracts with Programs44(7).
  51. Stafford, E.S., Nikqueta, C., Tyler, C.L., Schneider, C.L., Leighton, L.R. 2012. Crushing Predation and Shell Fragmentation on Marine Mollusks. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland.
  52. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M, and Hendy, A.J.W. 2012.  Onshore-Offshore Trends in Marine Macrobenthic Communities in the Presence of Anthropogenic Impacts. GSA Abstracts with Programs 44(4):76.
  53. Kowalewski, M., Tyler, C.L., Mack, K, and Hendy, A.J.W. 2012. Anthropogenic and Bathymetric Determinants of Marine Benthic Associations in Coastal North Carolina. GSA Abstracts with Programs 44(4):76.
  54. Mack, K., Tyler, C.L, and Kowalewski, M. 2012. Spatial Variation in Predation on Spisula solidissima across Recent Barrier Island Environments, Beaufort, North Carolina. GSA Abstracts with Programs 44(4)1:19.
  55. Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M. 2011. Live-Dead Fidelity of Multi-Taxic Assemblages: Relative Taphonomic Biases across Major Groups of Marine Benthos (North Carolina, USA). GSA Abstracts with Programs 42(5).
  56. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Carlson, S.J., Huntley, J.W., Krause R.A. Jr., and Kowalewski, M. 2010. Brachiopods as Acceptable Prey: Predation on Modern and Fossil Brachiopods. GSA Abstracts with Programs 42(5).
  57. Stafford, E.S., Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., and Forcino, F.L. 2010. Repair Frequency and Predation Risk in Intertidal Gastropod Populations. GSA Abstracts with Programs 42(5).
  58. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Carlson, S.J., Huntley, J.W., Krause R.A. Jr., and Kowalewski, M. 2009. The Well-Defended Brachiopod: You Don’t Have to Taste Bad to Live Well. GSA Abstracts with Programs 41(7):389. 
  59. Tyler, C.L., and Leighton, L.R. 2009. Saturation, Diversity and Competition in the Ordovician Fossil Record. NAPC Abstracts 9:306. 
  60. Schiffbauer, J.D., Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., and Kowalewski, M. 2009. Testing the Microstructural Record of Predation: An Experimental Approach to Examine the Reliability of Predatory Microtraces. NAPC Abstracts 9:19. 
  61. Tyler, C.L., and Kowalewski, M. 2008. Comparative Taphonomy of Marine Benthos: Quantitative Estimates of Higher-Taxon Fidelity in Marine Nearshore Systems of the Outer Banks, North Carolina. GSA Abstracts with Programs 40(6):102. 
  62. Schiffbauer, J.D., Yanes, Y., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., and Leighton, L.R. 2008 The Microstructural Record of Predation: A New Approach for Identifying Predatory Drill Holes. GSA Abstracts with Programs (40)6:372
  63. Schiffbauer, J.D., Yanes, Y., Tyler, C.L., Kowalewski, M., and Leighton, L.R. 2008. Microstructural Criteria for Identifying Drill Holes of Predatory Origin. GSA Abstracts with Programs 40(4):23. 
  64. Tyler, C.L., and Leighton, L.R. 2007. A Morphometric Approach to Competition in Ordovician Brachiopods. GSA Abstracts with Programs 39(6):531. 
  65. Tyler, C.L., and Yanes, Y. 2007. Crushing Predation and Patelliform Shell Morphology: Are All Ribs Created Equal? GSA Abstracts with Programs 39(3):54. 
  66. Tyler, C.L., Leighton, L.R., Redman, C.M., Landau, E., and Sawyer, J.S. 2006. Community Paleoecology of the Bird Spring Group, Arrow Canyon, NV. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 38(7):404.