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84. Heaney, L. R. 2000. Dynamic disequilibrium: a long-term, large-scale perspective on the equilibrium model of  island biogeography.  Global Ecology and Biogeography 9:59-74. PDF (1.19MB)

85. Heaney, L. R., A. Diesmos, B. R. Tabaranza Jr., N. A. Mallari, and R. Brown. 2000.  Beacon of Hope - a first report from Kalinga Province, in the Northern Central Cordillera.  Haring Ibon (Manila), 2:14-18.

86. Rickart, E. A., and L. R. Heaney. 2001. Shrews of the La Sal Mountains, southeastern Utah. Western North American Naturalist, 61:103-108.

87. Heaney, L. R., M. V. Lomolino, and R. J. Whittaker (eds.) 2001. Diversity patterns of small mammals along elevational gradients. Special issue, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 10:1-109.

88.  Heaney, L. R. 2001.  Small mammal diversity along elevational gradients in the Philippines: an assessment of patterns and hypotheses. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 10:15-39. 

89. Cranch, A. E., L. R. Heaney, and J. Kerbis Peterhans. 2001. The Royal Kingdom of Bhutan: Sanctuary for Biodiversity. In the Field, 72:2-6.

90. Heaney, L. R. 2002. Island life along Wallace’s Line: Biogeography and patterns of endemism in the Philippines and Indonesia.  Pp. 28-30.  In Wikramanayake, E., E. Dinerstein, C.J. Loucks, D.M. Olson, J. Morrison, J. Lamoreaux, M. McKnight, and P. Hedao. Terrestrial ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific: A conservation assessment.  Washington, DC: Island Press. 643 pp. 

91. Heaney, L. R., E. K. Walker, B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and N. R. Ingle. 2002.  Mammalian diversity in the Philippines: an assessment of the adequacy of current data. Sylvatrop, 10 (2000):6-27.

92. Heaney, L. R. and N. A. D. Mallari. 2002.  A preliminary analysis of current gaps in the protection of threatened Philippine terrestrial mammals. Sylvatrop, 10 (2000):28-39.

93. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2002.  Review of Bullimus (Muridae: Murinae) and description of a new species from Camiguin Island, Philippines.  Journal of Mammalogy 83:421-436.

94. Heaney, L. R. 2002. A decade of research on Philippine mammals: Progress and challenges. Silliman Journal 42 (2001):88-108.

95.  Rickart, E. A., and L. R. Heaney. 2002.  Further studies on the chromosomes of Philippine rodents (Muridae: Murinae).   Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 115:473-487.

96. Heaney, L. R. 2002. Biological Diversity in the Philippines: an Introduction to Megadiversity in a Nation of Islands. Pp 2-8.  In P. S. Ong, L. E. Afuang, R. G. Rosell-Amball (eds.), Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priorities.  Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Conservation International Philippines, Quezon City.  Pp xvii + 113.

97. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, Genevieve V. A. Gee, and E. A. Rickart. 2003. Remarkable rats of the Central Cordillera. Haring Ibon.13:18-29.

98. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2003.  A new species of Limnomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from Mindanao Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 84:1443-1455.

99. Steppan, S., C. Zawadski, and L. R. Heaney.  2003.  Molecular phylogeny of the endemic Philippine rodent Apomys (Muridae) and the dynamics of diversification in an oceanic archipelago.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 80:699-715.

100. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Remarkable rats and the origins of island biological diversity. In The Field 75:16-18.

101. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and R. S. Hoffmann. 2004. First record of Sorex tenellus from the central Great Basin.  Southwestern Naturalist 49:132-134.

102. Heaney, L. R. and G. Vermeij. 2004.  Diversification. Pp. 779-788.  In M. V. Lomolino, J. H. Brown, and D. Sax (eds.). Foundations of Biogeography. University of Chicago Press. 1291 pp.

103. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Return to the Sea of Cortez (review of A New Island Biogeography of the Sea of Cortez, edited by Case, Cody, and Ezcurra. ) Journal of Biogeography 31:1551-1553.   

104. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz, and J. Sarmiento. 2004. Welcome surprises from Mt. Banahaw. Haring Ibon, 16:10-15.

105. Lomolino, M. V., and L. R. Heaney (eds.). 2004.  The Frontiers of Biogeography: New Directions in the Geography of Nature.  Sinauer Associates, Sunderland.

106. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Conservation Biogeography in an Oceanic Archipelago.  Pp. 345-360. In M. V. Lomolino and L. R. Heaney (eds.), Frontiers of Biogeography, New Directions in the Geography of Nature.  Sinauer Associates, Sunderland. 

107. Esselstyn, J. A., P. Widmann & L. R. Heaney.  2004. The Mammals of Palawan Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 117:271-302.

108. Heaney, L. R., Walsh, J. S. Jr., and A. T. Peterson.  2005.  The roles of geological history and colonization abilities in genetic differentiation between mammalian populations in the Philippine archipelago.  Journal of Biogeography 32:229-247.

109.  Heaney, L. R. 2005.  Remarkable rats. USA Today 133:44-47.

110.  Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, G. V. Gee, M. V. Lepiten-Tabao, E. A. Rickart, and B. R. Tabaranza. 2005.  Preliminary report on the mammals of Balbalasang, Kalinga Province, Luzon. Sylvatrop 13 (2003):51-62.

111.  Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, S. M. Goodman, and S. Jansa. 2005. Review of Chrotomys and description of a new species from Sibuyan Island, Philippines.  Journal of Mammalogy 86:415-428.

112. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, J. Sarmiento, and M. J. Veluz. 2005. Zambales surprises: The mammals of Mt. Tapulao.  Haring Ibon 21:20-27.

113. Heaney, L. R. 2005. A second chance to avert extinction: good news for Philippine biodiversity. Silliman Journal 45 (2004):111-112.

114. Jansa, S., K. Barker, and L. R. Heaney. 2006.  The pattern and timing of diversification of Philippine endemic rodents: Evidence from mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequences.  Systematic Biology 55:73-88.

115. Catibog-Sinha, C. C., and L. R. Heaney. 2006.  Philippine Biodiversity, Principles and Practice. Haribon Foundation, Philippines. 495 pp.

116. Heaney, L. R. (editor). 2006. The Mammals and Birds of Camiguin Sur Island, Philippines, an Isolated Center of Biodiversity. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:1-72.

117. Heaney, L. R. and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2006  Mammal and Land Bird Studies on Camiguin Island, Philippines: Background and Conservation Priorities. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:1-13.

118. Heaney, L. R. and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2006. A new species of forest mouse, genus Apomys (Mammalia: Rodentia: Muridae) from Camiguin Island, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:14-27.

119. Heaney, L. R., B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., D. S. Balete, and N. Rigertas. 2006. Synopsis and biogeography of the mammals of Camiguin Island, Philippines.  Fieldiana Zoology new series, 106:28-48.

120.   Balete, D. S., B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and L. R. Heaney. 2006. An annotated checklist of the land birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines.  Fieldiana Zoology new series, 106:58-72.

121. Croft, D. A., L. R. Heaney, J. J. Flynn, and A. P. Bautista. 2006. Fossil remains of a new, diminutive Bubalus (Artiodactyla: Bovidae: Bovini) from Cebu Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1037-1051.

122. Balete, D. S., E. A. Rickart, and L. R. Heaney.  2006. A new species of the shrew-mouse, Archboldomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from the Philippines.  Systematics and Biodiversity, 4:489-501.

123. Heaney, L. R., B. R. Tabaranza Jr., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, and N. R. Ingle. 2006. The mammals of Mt. Kitanglad Nature Park, Mindanao, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 112: 1-63.

124. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, J. Sarmiento, and P. A. Alviola. 2006.  Losing diversity and courting disaster: The mammals of Mt. Data National Park.  Haring Ibon 25: 15-23.

125. Heaney, L. R. 2007.  Is a new paradigm emerging for oceanic island biogeography? Journal of Biogeography, 34: 753-757. 

126.  Balete, D. S., E. A. Rickart, R. G. B. Rosell-Ambal, S. Jansa, and L. R. Heaney.  2007. Descriptions of two new species of Rhynchomys Thomas (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae), from Luzon Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 88: 287-301.

127.  Heaney, L. R. 2007.  Islands Rising  (Review of Island Biogeography: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation, 2nd edition, but R. J. Whittaker and J. M. Fernandez-Palacios).  Journal of Biogeography, 34: 1832.

128. Rickart, E. A., D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2007.  Habitat disturbance and the ecology of small mammals in the Philippines. Journal of Environmental Science and Management 10: 34-41.

129. Esselstyn, J. A., H. J. D. Garcia, M. G. Saulog, and L. R. Heaney.  2008.  A new species of Desmalopex  (Pteropodidae) from the Philippines, with a phylogenetic analysis of the pteropodini.  Journal of Mammalogy, 89: 815-825.

130. Jan Schipper and 131 other authors, including Heaney, L. R. 2008. Status of the World’s Land and Marine Mammals: Diversity, Threat, and Knowledge. Science, 322: 225-230.

131. Balete, D. S.,  L. R. Heaney, E. A. Rickart, R. S. Quidlat, and  J. C. Ibanez.  2008. A new species of Batomys (Muridae: Murinae) from eastern Mindanao Island, Philippines.  Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 121: 411-428.

132. Rickart, E.A., S. Robson, and L. R. Heaney.  2008.  Mammals of Great Basin National Park, Nevada: comparative field surveys and assessment of faunal change.  Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist, 4: 77-114.

133. Duya, M. R. M., M. V. Duya, P. A. Alviola, D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2008.  Report on a Survey of the Mammals of the Sierra Madre Range, Luzon Island, Philippines. Banwa, 4 (2007):41-68.

134.  Heaney, L. R., and S. M. Goodman. 2009.  Mammal radiations. Pp. 588-591.  In R. Gillespie and D. Clague (eds.),  Encyclopedia of Islands. University of California Press.

135. Heaney, L. R., and M. V. Lomolino. 2009. From the foundations to the frontiers of biogeography.  Frontiers of Biogeography, 1:3-4.

136.  Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, M. J. Veluz, and E. A. Rickart. 2009.  Diversity patterns of small mammals in the Zambales Mts., Luzon, Philippines.  Mammalian Biology, 74:456-466.

137. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz, and S. Jansa.  2009. A new genus and species of small “tree mouse” (Rodentia, Muridae) related to the Philippine giant cloud-rats. In R. S. Voss and M. D. Carleton (eds.), Systematic Mammalogy, Contributions in Honor of Guy G. Musser.  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 331: 205-229.

138.  Heaney, L. R., and T. E. Roberts.  2009. New Perspectives on the Long-Term Biogeographic Dynamics and Conservation of Philippine Fruit Bats.  Pp. 17-58.  In T. H. Fleming and P. Racey (eds.), Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation of Island Bats.  University of Chicago Press.

139. Heaney, L. R., M. L. Dolar, D. S. Balete, J. A. Esselstyn, E. A. Rickart, and J. L. Sedlock. 2010. Synopsis of Philippine Mammals. Field Museum website, http://www.fieldmuseum.org/philippine_mammals/

140. Heaney, L. R. 2010. (Review of) The Theory of Island Biogeography Revisited. Quarterly Review of Biology, 85:350-351.

141. Hoffmann, M., C. Hilton-Taylor, A. Angulo, et al. (206 authors, including L. R. Heaney).  2010. The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World’s Vertebrates.  Science, 330:1503-1509.

142. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr.  2011.  Small mammal diversity along an elevational gradient in northern Luzon, Philippines. Mammalian Biology, 76: 12-21.    

143. Rickart, E. A., D. S. Balete, R. J. Rowe, and L. R. Heaney. 2011. Mammals of the northern Philippines: tolerance for habitat disturbance and resistance to invasive species in an endemic fauna. Diversity and Distributions, 17:530-541.

144. Heaney, L. R. 2011. Island biogeography: Paradigm lost?  Frontiers of Biogeography, 2:94-97.

145. Heaney, L. R. (ed.). Discovering Diversity: Studies of the Mammals of Luzon Island, Philippines. 2011.  Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:vii + 102 pp.         

146. Heaney, L. R., E. A. Rickart, D. S. Balete, M. V. Duya, M. R. Duya, and S. Steppan.  2011. Seven new species and a new subgenus of forest mice (Rodentia: Muridae: Apomys) from Luzon Island. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:1-60.       

147. Alviola, P. A., M. R. M. D. Duya, M. V. Duya, L. R. Heaney, and E. A. Rickart. 2011. Mammalian diversity patterns on Mt. Palali, Caraballo Mountains, Luzon.  Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:61-74.

148. Balete, D. S., P. A. Alviola, M. R. M. Duya, Melizar V. Duya, L. R. Heaney, and E. A. Rickart. 2011. The mammals of the Mingan Mountains, Luzon: evidence for a new center of mammalian endemism.  Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2: 75-87.

149. Duya, M. R. M. D., M. V. Duya, P. A. Alviola, D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2011. Diversity of small mammals in montane and mossy forests on Mount Cetaceo, Cagayan Province, Luzon.  Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:88-95.