F. James Rohlf, PhD

Distinguished Professor, Emeritus
Department of Antropology
State University of New York
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4364, USA

Biography

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

• (1958) AB San Diego State College, San Diego, California. Major in Zoology with minors in both Mathematics and Chemistry
• (1962) PhD The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Major in Entomology with a minor in Mathematics.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

• (1958-1959) The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. Research Assistant
• (1959) Teaching Assistant
• (1962) Research Associate
• (1965) Visiting Assistant Professor of Entomology
• (1966) Research Associate
• (1966-1969) Associate Professor of Statistical Biology
• (1962-1966) The University of California, Santa Barbara, California. Assistant Professor of Biology
• (1976-1977) IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York. W. J. Eckert Visiting Environmental Scientist
• (1978, June-July 1979, and 1980-1981) Visiting Scientist
• (1968-1972) The State University of New York at Stony Brook. Associate Professor of Biology • (1972-2004) Professor of Biology
• (2004-2010) SUNY Distinguished Professor
• (2011-2013) John S. Toll Professor
• (2014-Present) Distinguished Professor Emeritus
• (2014-Present) Research Professor
• (2002- Present) The City University of New York, Adjunct member of the doctoral faculty of The Graduate School and University Centers PhD Program in Anthropology

Research Interest

His interest include: The development, implementation, and teaching new statistical methods to be used in the field of morphometrics. An important side project at the moment is an investigation of the statistics of the comparative method (methods to analyze variation sampled across a phylogeny rather than independent samples as assumed by most statistical methods).

Scientific Activities

Publications

1. Rohlf FJ. A new technique in the preserving of soft-bodied insects and spiders. Turtox News. 1957; 35: 226-229.
2. Sokal RR, HV Daly, Rohlf FJ. Factor analytical procedures in a biological model. Univ of Kansas Sci Bull. 1961; 42: 1099-1121.
3. Matsuda R, Rohlf FJ. Studies of relative growth in Gerridae (5), comparison of two populations (Heteroptera: Insects) Growth. 1961; 25: 211-217.
4. Rohlf FJ, RR Sokal. The description of taxonomic relationships by factor analysis Systematic Zool. 1962; 11: 1-16.
5. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. The comparison of dendrograms by objective methods Taxon. 1962; 11: 33-40.
6. Rohlf FJ, Sneath PHA. Memorandum on computer programming for numerical taxonomy Taxometrics No 1962; 2: 5.
7. Rohlf FJ. Congruence of larval and adult classifications in Aedes (Diptera:Culicidae) Systematic Zool. 1963; 12: 97-117. doi:10.2307/2411530
8. Rohlf FJ. An annotated list of computer programs prepared for the IBM 650 digital computer Taxometrics. 1963; 3(3): 3-8.
9. Rohlf FJ. Classification of Aedes by numerical taxonomic methods (Diptera:Culicidae) Annal Entomol Soc Am. 1963; 56: 798-804. doi: 10.1093/aesa/56.6.798
10. Rohlf FJ. Methods for checking the results of numerical taxonomic studies Systematic Zool. 1964; 13: 102-104. doi:10.2307/sysbio/13.1-4.102
11. Orias E, Rohlf FJ. Population genetics of the mating type locus in Tetrahymena pyriformis, variety 8 Evolution. 1964; 18: 620-629. doi:10.2307/2406214
12. Rohlf FJ. Multivariate methods in taxonomy. In Proceedings of the IBM Scientific Computing Symposium on Statistics. 1963: 323.
13. Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. Coefficients of correlation and distance in numerical taxonomy Univ of Kansas Sci Bull. 1965; 45: 3-27.
14. Sokal RR, Camin JH, Rohlf FJ, PHA. Sneath Numerical taxonomy: Some points of view Systematic Zool. 1965; 14: 237-243.
15. Rohlf FJ. A randomization test of the hypothesis of non-specificity in numerical taxonomy Taxon. 1965; 14: 262-267. doi:10.2307/1217048
16. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. Random scanning of taxonomic characters Nature. 1966; 210: 461-462. doi:10.1038/210461a0
17. Wenner AMP, Wells H, Rohlf FJ. An analysis of the waggle dance and recruitment in honey bees Physiol Zool. 1967; 40: 317-344.
18. Rohlf FJ. Correlated characters in numerical taxonomy. Systematic Zool. 1967; 16: 109-126. doi:10.2307/2411403
19. Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. Taxonomic structure from randomly and systematically scanned biological images Systematic Zool. 1967; 16: 246-260. doi:10.2307/2412071
20. Rohlf FJ. Stereograms in numerical taxonomy Systematic Zool, 1968; 17: 246-255.
21. Rohlf FJ, David L Fisher. Test for hierarchical structure in random data sets. Systematic Zool. 1968; 17: 407-412.
22. Basford, Nancy L, John E Butler, Charles A Leone, Rohlf FJ. Immunologic comparisons of selected coleoptera with analyses of relationships using numerical taxo-nomic methods. Systematic Zool. 1968; 17: 388-340. doi:10.1093/sysbio/17.4.388
23. Fisher, David L, Rohlf FJ. Robustness of numerical taxonomic methods to errors in homology. Systematic Zool. 1969; 18: 33-36. doi:10.2307/2412408
24. Rohlf FJ. Discussion in Systematic Biology, Proceedings of an International conference National Academy of Sciences Publication. 1969: 608-610.
25. Rohlf FJ, Davenport D. Simulation of simple models of animal behavior. J Theoretical Biol. 1969; 23: 400-424. doi:10.1016/0022-5193(69)90028-9
26. Rohlf FJ. Grafpac, Graphic output subroutines for the GE 635 Computer Computer Contribution 36 State Geological Survey, University of Kansas. 1969; 50.
27. Rohlf FJ. Effect of clumped distributions in sparse populations. Ecology. 1969; 50: 716-721. doi:10.2307/1936266
28. Ebeling AW, Ibara RM, Lavenberg RL, Rohlf FJ. Ecological groups of deep-sea animals off southern California Bull Los Angeles County. Mus Nat Hist Science. 1970; 6: 43.
29. Rohlf FJ. Adaptive hierarchical clustering schemes. Systematic Zool. 1970; 19: 58-82. doi:10.1093/sysbio/19.1.58
30. Cipra JE, Bidwell OW, Rohlf FJ. Numerical taxonomy of soils from nine orders by cluster and centroid-component analyses. Soil Sci Soc Amer Proc. 1970; 34: 281-287. doi:10.2136/sssaj1970.03615995003400020029x
31. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. The intelligent ignoramus, an experiment in numerical taxonomy. Taxon. 1970; 19: 305-319. doi:10.2307/1219053
32. Rohlf FJ. Perspectives on the application of multivariate statistics to taxonomy Taxon36 Rohlf FJ and Gary D Schnell 1971 An investigation of the isolation by distance model. Amer Naturalist. 1971; 105: 295-324.
33. Powers DA, Rohlf FJ. A numerical taxonomic study of Caribbean and Hawaiian reef corals. Systematic Zool. 1972; 21: 53-64. doi:10.1093/sysbio/21.1.53
34. Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. Comparative morphometrics by factor analysis in two species of dipteral. Zeitschrift für Morphologie der Tiere. 1972; 72: 36-45. doi:10.1007/BF00281754
35. Rohlf FJ. Empirical comparison of three ordination techniques in numerical taxonomy Systematic Zool. 1972; 21: 271-280. doi: 10.1093/sysbio/21.3.271
36. Rohlf FJ. Algorithm 76 Hierarchical clustering using the minimum spanning tree. Computer J. 1973; 16: 93-95.
37. Rohlf FJ. Relationship between numerically stratified clustering methods and shortest connection networks (abstract). Classification Soc Bull. 1972; 2(4): 42.
38. Katz J, Rohlf FJ. Function-point cluster analysis. Systematic Zool. 1973; 22: 295-301.
39. Katz J, Rohlf FJ. Function-plane-A new approach to simple structure rotation. Psychometrika.1974; 39: 37-51. doi:10.1093/sysbio/22.3.295
40. Rohlf FJ. Algorithm 81, Dendro-gram plot. Computer J. 1974; 17: 89-91
41. Rohlf FJ. A new approach to the computation of Jardine-Sibson Bk clusters. Compute J. 1975; 18: 164-168. doi:10.1093/comjnl/18.2.164
42. Rohlf FJ. Methods of comparing classifications. Ann Review of Ecology and Systematics. 1974; 5: 101-113. doi:10.1146/annurev.es.05.110174.000533
43. Rohlf FJ. Graphs implied by the Jardine-Sibson Bk overlapping clustering methods. J Amer Statistical Assn. 1974; 69: 705-710.
44. Rohlf FJ. Generalization of the gap test for the detection of multivariate outliers. Biometrics. 1975; 31: 93-101. doi:10.2307/2529711
45. Hastings, Alan, Rohlf FJ. Gene flow: effect in stochastic models of differentiation Amer. Naturalist. 1974; 108: 701-705.
46. Katz JO, Rohlf FJ. Primary product functionplane, an oblique rotation to simple structure. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 1975; 10: 219-232. doi:10.1207/s15327906mbr1002_7
47. Rohlf FJ. Note on Algorithm 81 Dendrogram plot. Computer J. 1975; 18: 90-92
48. Rohlf FJ. Discussion of Preceding Papers. In: Estabrook GF, ed. The Eighth International Conference on Numerical Taxonomy. Freeman WH and Co, San Francisco, 1975: 429: 63-71.
49. Rohlf FJ. A note on the measurement of redundancy Vegatatio. 1977; 34: 63-64.
50. Rohlf FJ, Archie JW. Least squares mapping using interpoint distances Ecology 1978; 59: 126-132. doi:10.1007/978-94-011-3418-7_11
51. Rohlf FJ. A probabalistic minimum spanning tree algorithm. Information Proc Letters. 1977; 7: 44-48.
52. Rohlf FJ. Classification of Aedes mosquitoes using statistical methods Mosquito Systematics. 1977; 9: 372-388.
53. Rohlf FJ. Tables for the maximum Beta statistic IBM Watson Research Center RC No. 1977; 6715: 6.
54. Rohlf FJ. Computational efficiency of agglomerative clustering algorithms IBM Watson Research Center. RC 1977; 6831: 36. doi:10.1016/0031-3203(80)90039-4
55. Rohlf FJ. Reply to Warde and Norton On Rohlf s generalization of the gap test for the detection of multivariate outliers. Biometrics 1977; 33: 763-765.
56. Appel A, Rohlf FJ, Stein AJ. Haloed line effect. IBM Technical Disclosure Bull. 1978; 21: 1715-1716.
57. Appel A, Rohlf FJ, Stein AJ. The haloed line effect for hidden line elimination. Computer Graphics. 1979; 13(2): 151-157.
58. Rohlf FJ, Rodman TC, Flehinger BJ. The use of nonmetric multidimensional scaling for the analysis of chromosomal associations. Computers and Biomedical Research. 1980; 13: 19-35.
59. Rodman TC, Flehinger BF, Rohlf FJ. Metaphase chromosome association: colcemid distorts the pattern. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics. 1980; 27: 98-110.
60. Rohlf FJ. Single-link clustering algorithms In P R Krishnaiah (ed) Handbook of Statistics North Holland: Amsterdam, 1982: 267-284.
61. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ, Zang E, Osness W. Reification in factor analysis: a plasmode based on human physiology-of-exercise variables. Mult Behavioral Research. 1980; 15: 181-202. doi:10.1207/s15327906mbr1502_5
62. Rohlf FJ. Least squares estima-tion of the repeat length. J of Molelcular Biol. 1979; 134: 763-765.
63. Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. Comments on taxonomic congruence. Systematic Zool. 1980; 29: 97-101. doi:10.2307/2412634
64. Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. Comparing numerical taxonomic studies. Systematic Zool. 1981; 30: 459-490. doi:10.1093/sysbio/30.4.459
65. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. Taxonomic congruence in the Leptopodomorpha re-examined. Systematic Zool 1981; 30: 309-325. doi:10.2307/2413252
66. Sokal RR, Rohlf FJ. An experiment in taxonomic judgement. Systematic Botany. 1980; 5: 341-365. doi:10.2307/2418517
67. Rohlf FJ, Damm G. Clock speed adjustment for the SWTPC MP6800-A2 processor. Micro J. 1981; 3(2): 15-16.
68. Moll R, Rohlf FJ. Analysis of temporal and spatial phytoplankton variability in a Long Island salt marsh. J of Experimental Marine Biol and Ecol. 1981; 51: 133-144. doi:10.1016/0022-0981(81)90125-8
69. Rohlf FJ. Spatial representation of phylogenetic trees computed from dissimilarity matrices Internat Symp on Concept and Method in Paleontology. Barcelona. 1981; 303-311
70. Rohlf FJ, Gilmartin AJ, Hart G. The Kluge-Kerfoot phenomenon – a statistical artifact. Evolution. 1983; 37: 180-202. doi:10.2307/2408185
71. Rohlf FJ. Numbering binary trees with labelled terminal vertices Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 1983; 45: 33-40. doi:10.1007/BF02459385
72. Rohlf FJ. Consensus indices for comparing classifications. Mathematical Biosciences. 1982; 59: 131-144. doi:10.1016/0025-5564(82)90112-2
73. Rohlf FJ, Colless DH, Hart G. Taxonomic congruence re-examined. Systematic Zool. 1983; 32: 144-158. doi:10.2307/2413252
74. Rohlf FJ. Sorted directory. Micro J. 1983; 5(6): 26-27.
75. Rohlf FJ, Archie J. A comparison of Fourier methods for the description of wing shape in mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae). Systematic Zool. 1984; 33: 302-317. doi:10.2307/2413076
76. Rohlf FJ. Use of personal computers in statistics and biology Proc XII Internat. Biometrics Conf Tokyo. 1984; 139-147.
77. Rohlf FJ. A note on minimum length trees. Systematic Zool. 1984 33: 341-343.
78. Rohlf FJ. BIOM: a package of statistical computer programs. Amer Statistician. 1984; 38: 318.
79. Ferson S, Rohlf FJ, Koehn RK. Measuring shape variation of two-dimensional outlines. Systematic Zool. 1985; 34: 59-68. doi:10.2307/2413345
80. Zhou YH, L-B Ling, Rohlf FJ. Automatic description of the venation of mosquito wings from digitized images. Systematic Zool. 1985; 34: 346-358. doi:10.1093/sysbio/34.3.346
81. Ginsberg HS, Rohlf FJ. Distribution and dispersal of mosquitoes, Fire Island National Seashore U S National Park Service, Office of Scientific Studies, Report Number, Boston, Massachusetts. 1985.
82. Rohlf FJ. Relationships among eigenshape analysis, Fourier analysis, and the analysis of coordinates. Math Geology. 1986; 18: 845-854. doi:10.1007/BF00899747
83. Wartenberg DS, Ferson, Rohlf FJ. Putting things in order: a critique of detrended correspondence analysis. Amer Naturalist. 1987; 129: 434-448.
84. Rohlf FJ, Wooten MC. Evaluation of the maximum-likelihood method for estimating phylogenetic trees using simulated allele frequency data. Evolution. 1988; 42: 581-595. doi:10.2307/2409041
85. Rohlf FJ. NTSYS-pc: Micro-computer programs for numerical taxonomy and multivariate analysis. Amer Statistician. 1987; 41: 330.
86. Rohlf FJ. Computers in scientific Research. Cîencia Téc Vitiv. 1987; 6: 45-65.
87. Rohlf FJ, Bookstein FL. A comment on shearing as a method for size correction. Systematic Zool. 1987; 36: 356-367.
88. Rohlf FJ. Summary of the twenty-first international numerical taxonomy conference. Systematic Zool. 1988; 37: 91-93.
89. Rohlf FJ, Slice D. Extensions of the Procrustes method for the optimal superimposition of landmarks. Systematic Zool. 1990; 39: 40-59. doi:10.2307/2992207
90. Rohlf FJ. Rotational fit (Procrustes) methods. In: Rohlf FJ, Bookstein FL, eds. Proc Mich Morphometrics Workshop Univ of Michigan Museum of Zoology (Special Publication no 2), 1990: 227-236.
91. Rohlf FJ. An overview of image processing and analysis techniques for morphometrics. In: Rohlf FJ, Bookstein FL, eds. Proc Mich Morphometrics Workshop Univ of Michigan Museum of Zoology (Special Publication no 2), 1990: 37-60.
92. Rohlf FJ. Fitting curves to outlines. In: Rohlf FJ, Bookstein FL, eds. Proc Mich Morphometrics Workshop Univ of Michigan Museum of Zoology (Special Publication no 2). 1990: 167-178.
93. Rohlf FJ. The analysis of shape variation using ordinations of fitted functions. In: Sorensen JT, Foottit R, eds. Ordinations in the study of morphology, evolution and systematics of insects: applications and quantitative genetic rationals Elsevier: Amsterdam, 1992; 95-112.
94. Rohlf FJ. Morphometrics Ann Rev Ecology and Systematics. 1990; 12: 299-316. doi:10.1146/annurev.es.21.110190.001503
95. Rohlf FJ, Chang WS, Sokal RR, Kim J. Accuracy of estimated phylogenies: effects of tree topology and evolutionary model. Evolution. 1990; 39: 40-59.
96. Rohlf FJ. Computer vision needs in systematic biology; Chapter 24. In: Fortuner, R, ed. Advances in computer methods for systematic biology Johns Hopkins Univ Press: Baltimore 1992: 365-373.
97. Rohlf FJ. Feature extraction applied to systematics Chapter 25. In: Fortuner R, ed. Advances in computer methods for systematic biology Johns Hopkins Univ Press: Baltimore, 1993: 375-392.
98. Sokal RR, J Kim, Rohlf FJ. Character and OTU-stability in five taxonomic groups. J of Classification. 1992; 9: 117-140. doi:10.1007/BF02618471
99. Rohlf FJ. Relative warp analysis and an example of its application to mosquito wings. In: Marcus LF, Bello E, Garcia-Valdecasas A, eds. Contributions to Morphometrics, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (CSIC), Madrid, Spain, 1993: 131-159.
100. Kim J, Rohlf FJ, Sokal RR. The accuracy of phylogenetic estimation using the neighbor-joining method. Evolution. 47: 471-486.
101. Rohlf FJ, Marcus LF. A revolution in morphometrics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 1993; 8: 129-132.
102. Rohlf FJ, Marcus LF. Geometric morphometrics: reply to M Corti. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 1993; 8: 339-339. doi:10.1016/0169-5347(93)90244-J.
103. Jacquez GM, Ziskowski J, Rohlf FJ. Criteria for the evaluation of alternative environmental monitoring variables: theory and an application using winter flounder (Pleuronectes americanus) and Dover sole (Microstomus pacificus). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 1994; 30: 275-290. doi:10.1007/BF00546204
104. Rohlf FJ. Morphometric spaces, shape components, and the effects of linear transformations. In: Marcus LF, Corti M, Loy A, Naylor G, Slice DE, eds. Advances in Morphometrics Proceedings of the 1993 NATO Advanced Studies Institute on Morphometrics in Il Ciocco, Italy Plenum Publishing Corp, New York, 1996: 117-129.
105. Rohlf FJ. Statistical analysis of shape using partial-warp scores. In: Mardia KV, Gill CA, eds. Proceedings in Current Issues in Statistical Shape Analysis, Leeds Univ Press, 1995: 154-158.
106. Rohlf FJ, Loy A, Corti M. Morphometric analysis of Old World Talpidae (Mammalia, Insectivora) using partial warp scores. Systematic Biology. 1996; 45: 344-362. doi:10.1093/sysbio/45.3.344
107. Rohlf FJ, Akcakaya HR, Ferraro SP. Optimizing composite sampling protocols. Environmental Science and Technology. 1996; 30: 2899-2905.
108. Burgman, MA, Keith, DA, Rohlf FJ. Probabilistic classification rules for setting conservation priorities. Biological Conservation. 1999; 89: 227-231. doi:10.1016/S0006-3207(99)00001-4
109. Rohlf FJ. On applications of geometric morphometrics to studies of ontogeny and phylogeny. Systematic Biology. 1998; 47: 147-158.
110. Rohlf FJ. Shape statistics: Procrustes superimpositions and tangent spaces. Journal of Classification.1999; 16: 197-223. doi:10.1007/s003579900054
111. Bookstein FL, Schäfer K, Prossinger H, et al. Comparing frontal cranial profiles in archaic and modern Homo by morphometric analysis. Anatomical Record (New Anat). 1999; 257: 217-224.
112. Rohlf FJ. On the use of shape spaces to compare morphometric methods Hystrix, Italian J Mammology (ns). 2000; 11(1): 9-25.
113. Rohlf FJ. Statistical power comparisons among alternative morphometric methods. Amer J Phys Anthropol. 2000; 111: 463-478.
114. Adams DC, Rohlf FJ. Ecological character displacement in Plethodon: Biomechanical differences found from a geometric morphometric study. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA). 2000; 97: 4106-4111. doi:10.1073/pnas.97.8.4106
115. Rohlf FJ, Corti M. The use of two-block partial least-squares to study covariation in shape. Systematic Biology. 2000; 49: 740-753.
116. Rohlf FJ. Phylogenetic models and reticulations. Journal of Classification. 2000; 17: 185-189. doi:10.1007/s003570000017
117. Gharaibeh WS, Rohlf FJ, Slice DE, DeLisi LE. A Geometric Morphometric Assessment of Change in Midline Brain Structural Shape Following a First Episode of Schizo-phrenia. Biol Psychiatry. 2000 ; 48: 398-405.
118. Rohlf FJ. Geometric morpho-metrics in phylogeny. In: Forey P, Macleod N, eds. Morphology, shape and phylogenetics Francis & Taylor: London, 2002: 175-193.
119. Corti M, Rohlf FJ. Chromosomal speciation and phenotypic evolution in the house mouse Biol J Linnaean Society. 2001; 73: 99-112. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2001.tb01349.x
120. Rohlf FJ. Comparative methods for the analysis of continuous variables: geometric interpretations Evolution. 2001; 55: 2143-2160. doi:10.1111/j.0014-3820.2001.tb00731.x
121. Rohlf FJ, Bookstein FL. Computing the uniform component of shape variation Systematic Biology. 2003; 52: 66-69.
122. Rohlf FJ. Consistency and bias in morphometric methods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 2002; S34: 133.
123. Rohlf FJ. Bias and error in estimates of mean shape in morphometrics. Journal of Human Evolution. 2003; 44: 665-683.
124. Nicola PA, Monteiro LR, Pessoa LM, Von Zuben FJ, Rohlf FJ, Dos Reis SF. Congruence of hierarchical, localized variation in cranial shape and molecular phylogenetic structure in Trinomys yonenagae (Rodentia: Echimyidae). Biol J Linn Soc. 2003; 80: 385-396.
125. Adams DC, Rohlf FJ, Slice DE. Geometric Morphometrics: Ten Years of Progress Following the Revolution. Hystrix, Italian Journal of Zoology. 2004; 71: 5-16. doi:10.1080/11250000409356545
126. Loy A, Corti M, Adams DC, Slice DE, Rohlf FJ. Introduction to the proceedings of the Rome 2002 Geometric Morphometrics workshop Homage to Leslie F Marcus. Hystrix, Italian Journal of Zoology. 2004; 71(1): 1-3.
127. Harcourt-Smith WHE, Tallman M, Frost SR, Wiley DF, Rohlf FJ, Delson E. Analysis of selected hominoid joint surfaces using laser scanning and geometric morphometrics: a preliminary report. In: Sargis EJ, Dagosto M, eds. Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S Szalay. Springer: Dordrecht, 2008: 373-383.
128. Pahuta MA, Mainprize JG, Rohlf FJ, Antonyshyn OM. Biometric Morphing: a novel technique for the analysis of morphological outcomes after facial surgery. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 2009; 62: 42-47. doi:10.1097/SAP.0b013e3181743386
129. Amaral, Ana R, Coelho MM, Lobón JM, Rohlf FJ. Geometric morphometric analysis of cranial shape in closely related delphinid cetacean species: an evolutionary approach: Evolutionary morphology the skull in delphinids on the basis of geometric morphometric procedures. Zoology. 2008; 112: 38-47.
130. Valentin AE, Penin X, Chanut J-P, Sévigny J-M, Rohlf FJ. Arching effect on fish body shape in geometric morphometric studies J of Fish Biology. 2008; 73: 623-638. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2008.01961.x
131. Hsiao H, Friess M, Bradtmiller B, Rohlf FJ. Development of sizing structure for fall arrest harness design. Ergonomics. 2009; 52(9): 1128-1143. doi: 10.1080/00140130902919105
132. Adams DC, Cardini A, Monteiro LR, PO Higgins, Rohlf FJ. Morphometrics and Phylogenetics: principal components of shape from cranial modules are neither appropriate nor effective cladistic characters. Journal of Human Evolution. 2011; 60: 240-243. doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2010.02.003.
133. Perez SI, JA Diniz-Filho, Rohlf FJ, dos Reis SF. Ecological and Evolutionary Factors in the Morphological Diversification of South American Spiny Rats. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2009; 98: 646-660.
134. Sibony P, Kupersmith M, Rohlf FJ. Shape analysis of the peripapillary RPE layer in papilledema and ischemic optic neuropathy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 2011; 52: 7987-7995. doi:10.1167/iovs.11-7918
135. Li E, Hamm CM, Gulati A, et al. Inflammatory bowel diseases phenotype, C difficile and NOD2 genotype are associated with shifts in human ileum associated microbial composition. PLoS ONE.2012; 7(6): e26284. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0026284
136. Cruz RAL, Pante MJR, Rohlf FJ. Geometric Analysis of Shell Shape Variation in Conus (Gastropoda: Conidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2012; 165: 296-310. doi:10.1111/j.1096-3642.2011.00806.x
137. Zhang T , DeSimone RA, Jiao X, et al. Host genes related to Paneth cells and xenobiotic metabolism are associated with shifts in human ileum-associated microbial composi-tion PLoS ONE. 2012; 7(6): e300447.
138. Rohlf FJ. Chapters on Manhattan metric, Metrics, Phenetics, Phenogram, Similarity, Numerical Taxonomy, and Ultra Metrics Brenners Online Encyclopedia of Genetics 2E. 2013.
139. Adams DC, Rohlf FJ, Slice DE. A field comes of age: geometric morphometrics in the 21st century. Hystrix.2013; 24: 7-14.
140. Baab KL, McNulty KP, Rohlf FJ. The Shape of Human Evolution: A Geometric Morpho metrics Perspective. Evolutionary Anthropology. 2012; 21: 151-165.
141. Bland JM, Altman DG, Rohlf FJ. In defence of the logarithmic transformation. Statistics in Medicine.2013; 32: 3766-3769.
142. Siver PA, Wolfe AP, Rohlf FJ, Shin W, Jo BY. Combining geometric morphometrics, molecular phylogeny, and micropaleontology to assess evolutionary patterns in Mallomonas (Synurophyceae: Hetero-kontophyta). Geobiology. 2013; 11: 127-138.
143. Baab KL, Perry JMG, Rohlf FJ, Jungers WL. Phylogenetic, Ecological, and Allometric Correlates of Cranial Shape in Malagasy Lemuriforms Evolution. 2014; 68: 1450-1468.
144. Sibony P, Kupersmith MJ, Honkanen R, Rohlf FJ, Torab-Parhiz A. Effects of lowering cerebrosphinal fluid pressure on the shape of the peripapillary retina in intracranial hypertension. Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. 2014; 55: 8223-8231.
145. Rohlf FJ. The tps series of software Hystrix. The Italian Journal of Mammalogy. 2015; 26: 1-4.