Selected Publications

Paulay, G., Starmer, J. 2011. Evolution, insular restriction, and extinction of oceanic land crabs, exemplified by the loss of an endemic Geograpsus in Hawai’i. PLoS One 6(5): e19916. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0019916

O’Loughlin, P.M., Paulay, G., Davey, N., Michonneau, F. 2011. The Antarctic Region as a marine biodiversity hotspot for echinoderms: diversity and diversification of sea cucumbers. Deep Sea Research II 58: 264-275

Templado, J., Paulay, G., Gittenberger, A., Meyer, C. 2010. Sampling the marine realm. In: Manual on Field Recording Techniques and Protocols for All Taxa Biodiversity Inventories + Monitoring (ATBI+M). Eymann, J., Degreef, J., Häuser, C., Monje, J.C., Samyn, Y. & VandenSpiegel, D. (eds.) ABC Taxa 8: 273-307

Malay. M. C.; Paulay, G. 2010. Peripatric speciation drives diversification and distributional pattern of reef hermit crabs (Decapoda: Diogenidae: Calcinus). Evolution 64: 634-662.

Meyer, C. P.; Paulay, G. 2005. DNA Barcoding: error rates based on comprehensive sampling. PLoS, Biology 3(12): e422.

Meyer, C. P.; Geller, J. B.; Paulay, G. 2005. Fine scale endemism on coral reefs: archipelagic differentiation in turbinid gastropods.Evolution 59: 113-125.

Paulay, G. (ed.) 2003. The marine biodiversity of Guam and the Marianas. Micronesica 35-36: 1-682.

Paulay, G., Meyer, C. 2002 Diversification in the tropical Pacific: comparisons between marine and terrestrial systems and the importance of founder speciation. Integrative & Comparative Biology 42: 922-934

Paulay, G. 1997. Diversity and distribution of reef organisms. In: Birkeland, C. (ed.). Life and death of coral reefs. Chapman & Hall, NY, pp. 298-353

Paulay, G. 1996. Dynamic clams: changes in the bivalve fauna of Pacific islands as a result of sea level fluctuations. American Malacological Bulletin 12: 45-57

Paulay, G. 1994. Biodiversity on oceanic islands: its origin and extinction. American Zoologist 34: 134-144

Paulay, G., McEdward, L. R. 1990. A simulation model of island reef morphology: the effects of sea level fluctuations, growth, subsidence, and erosion. Coral Reefs 9: 51-62

Paulay, G. 1990. Effects of late Cenozoic sea-level fluctuations on the bivalve faunas of tropical oceanic islands. Paleobiology 16: 415-434