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Moore, B.R. 2007. Exploring the impact of historical events on rates of diversification: Phylogenetic approaches with examples from flowering plants. UC, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA). *Invited presentation at the "Bay Area Biosystematists (BABS)", organized by Patrick O'Grady.
Donoghue, M.J., and B.R. Moore. 2007. Historical biogeography and rates of diversification as factors in explaining geographic patterns in species diversity. Third Biennial Conference of the International Biogeographic Society (Puerto de la Cruz, Spain). *Invited presentation in the symposium “Separating historical from environmental effects on species distributions”, organized by Walter Jetz and Carsten Rahbek.
Donoghue, M.J., and B.R. Moore. 2006. Correlates of diversification in the plant clade Dipsacales: Geographic movement versus evolutionary innovation. Evolution Meeting (Stonybrook, NY). *Invited presentation in the ASN Vice Presidential Symposium "Merging ecological and evolutionary approaches to understanding geographic gradients in species richness”, organized by Susan Harrison.
  Moore, B.R., Q.-Y. Xiang, J. Thorne, D. Thomas, and M.J. Donoghue. 2006. Biogeographic and biological correlates of diversification in dogwoods: Dispersal and evolution of fruits and inflorescences in space and time. Evolution Meeting (Stonybrook, NY).
  Ree, R.H., B.R. Moore, S.A. Smith, and M.J. Donoghue. 2005. Likelihood-based inference of historical biogeography. Evolution Meeting (Stonybrook, NY).
 

Moore, B.R. 2005. Evolutionary innovations & diversification. Santa Fe Institute Workshop (Santa Fe, NM). *Invited presentation at the workshop "Innovation in natural, experimental, and applied evolution", organized by Doug Erwin and David Krakauer.

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