Miles, D. B. And R.E. Ricklefs (1984) The correlation between ecology and morphology in deciduous forest passerine birds. Ecology 65: 1629-1640.

Dunham, A. E. and D. B. Miles (1985) Patterns of covariation in life history traits of squamate reptiles: the effects of size and phylogeny reconsidered. Amer. Natur. 126: 231- 257.

Miles, D. B. (1986) An incidence of Brown-headed Cowbird parasitism of Rufous-crowned Sparrows. Southwest. Natural. 31:253-254.

Miles, D. B. And R. G. Smith (1987) A computerized racetrack for measuring sprint speed in cursorial animals. Functional Ecology 1: 281-286.

Miles, D. B., R. E. Ricklefs, and J. Travis (1987). Concordance of eco-morphological relationships in three assemblages of passerine birds. Amer. Natur. 129: 347-364.

Dunham, A. E., D. B. Miles, and D. N. Reznick (1988) Life history patterns of squamate reptiles. In: Biology of the Reptilia, Vol 16, Ecology B. (C. Gans and R.B. Huey, eds.) pp. 441-522. New York, Liss.

Reznick, R. N. And D. B. Miles (1989) A review of life history patterns in Poeciliid fishes. In: Evolution and ecology of Poeciliid fishes. (G.K. Meffe and F.F. Snelson eds.) pp. 125-147.

Miles, D. B. (1990) A comparison of three multivariate statistical techniques for the analysis of avian foraging data. Studies in Avian Biology 13: 295-308.

Miles, D. B. (1990) Importance and consequences of temporal variation in avian foraging behavior and resource exploitation. Studies in Avian Biology. 13: 210-217.

Petter, S.*, D. B. Miles, and M. M. White (1990) Genetic evidence of a mixed reproductive strategy in an "apparently" monogamous bird. Condor 92: 702-708.

Miles, D. B. and A. E. Dunham (1992) Comparative analysis of phylogenetic effects in the life history patterns of Iguanid Reptiles. American Naturalist 139: 848-869.

Reznick, D. N., Miles, D. B., and S. Winslow (1992) Life History Variation of Poecilia picta (Poecillidae) from the island of Trinidad. Copeia 1992: 782-790.

Miles, D. B., and A. E. Dunham (1993) Historical Perspectives in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: The Use of Phylogenetic Comparative Analyses. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 24: 587-619.

Ricklefs, R. E. and D. B. Miles (1994) Ecological and evolutionary inferences from morphology: An Ecological Perspective. In Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology. P.C. Wainwright and S.M. Reilly, (eds.). pp. 13-41. University of Chicago Press.

Losos, J. B. and D. B. Miles (1994) Adaptation, constraint, and the comparative method: Phylogenetic issues and methods. Ibid. pp. 60-98.

Miles, D. B. (1994) Covariation between Morphology and Locomotory Performance in Sceloporine Lizards. In Lizard Ecology: Historical and Experimental Perspectives, L.J. Vitt and E.R. Pianka (eds.) pp 207-235. Princeton University Press.

Miles, D. B. (1994) Population Differentiation in Locomotory Performance and the Potential Response of a Terrestrial Organism to Global Environmental Change. American Zoologist 34: 422-436.

Miles, D. B. (1994) Introduction to the Symposium: Contribution of Long Term Ecological Research to Current Issues in the Conservation of Biological Diversity. American Zoologist 34: 367-370.

Miles, D. B., L. A. Fitzgerald, and H. L. Snell (1995) Morphological correlates of locomotion in hatchling marine iguanas (Amblyrhynchus cristatus). Oecologia 103: 261-264.

Miles, D. B. and A. E. Dunham (1996) Paradox of the Phylogeny: Character displacement of analyses of body size evolution in island Anolis. Evolution 50: 594-603.

Warheit, K. I., J. D. Forman, J. B. Losos, and D. B. Miles (1999) Morphological Diversification and adaptive radiation: A comparison of two diverse clades. Evolution 53: 1226 - 1234

Vitt, L. J., S. S. Sartorius, T.C.S. Avila-Pires, M. C. Espósito and D. B. Miles. (2000) Niche segregation among sympatric Amazonian teiid lizards. Oecologia 122: 410 – 420.

Robson, M. A.* And D. B. Miles (2000) The association between social dominance and physiological performance in a lizard. Functional Ecology 14: 338 – 344.

Miles, D. B., B. Sinervo, and W. A. Frankino* (2000) Reproductive burden, locomotor performance, and the cost of reproduction in free-ranging lizards. Evolution 54: 1386 - 1395.

Sinervo, B., D. B. Miles, W. A. Frankino*, D. DeNardo, and M. Klukowski**. (2000) Testosterone, endurance and Darwinian fitness: Natural and sexual selection on the physiological bases of alternative male behaviors in side-blotched lizards. Hormones and Behavior 38: 222-233.

Miles, D. B., H. L. Snell, and H. M. Snell. (2001) Intrapopulation variation in endurance of Galápagos lava lizards (Microlophus albemarlensis): evidence for an interaction between natural and sexual selection. Evolutionary Ecology Research 3: 795 – 804.

Miles, D. B. R. Noecker*, M. M. White, and W. Roosenburg. (2002) Genetic relationships among populations of Sceloporus undulatus fail to support subspecific designations. Herpetologica 58: 277-292.

Losos, J. B. and D. B. Miles (2002). Testing the hypothesis that a clade has adaptively radiated: Iguanid lizard clades as a case study. The American Naturalist. 160: 147 – 157. click for PDF

D.B. Miles (2004). The race goes to the swift: Fitness consequences of variation in sprint performance in juvenile lizards. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 6: 63 – 75. click for PDF

V. W. Fazio III*, D. B. Miles, and M. M. White. (2004). Allozyme variation and population structure in the endangered Black-capped Vireo, Vireo atricapillus. The Condor 106: 377 – 385.

Miles, D. B., J. B. Losos, and D. J. Irschick. (2007) Morphology, performance and foraging mode. (2007), In Lizard Ecology. (S. M. Reilly, D. B. Miles and L. McBrayer, eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. Pp. 49 - 93.

McBrayer, L. D., D. B. Miles, and S. M. Reilly (2007) The evolution of the foraging mode paradigm in lizard ecology. In Lizard Ecology. (S. M. Reilly, D. B. Miles and L. McBrayer, eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. Pp. 508 - 521. click for PDF

Miles, D. B., B. Sinervo, L. Hazard, E. Svensson, and D. Costa. (2007) Alternative Mating Strategies: Integrating Hormones, Physiology and Behavior. Functional Ecology. 21: 653 - 665. click for PDF

Miles, D. B., B. Sinervo, and R. Calsbeek (2007) Corticosterone, locomotor performance, and metabolism in side-blotched lizards (Uta stansburiana). Hormones and Behavior 51: 548 - 555 click for PDF

Sinervo, B, B. Heulin, Y. Surget-Groba, J. Clobert, D. B. Miles, A. Corl, A. Chaine, and A. Davis. (2007) Models of density-dependent genic selection and a new rock-paper-scissors social system. American Naturalist. 170: 663 – 680. click for PDF

Mills, S. C., L. Hazard, L. Lancaster, T. Mappes, D. B. Miles, T. A. Oksanen, and B. Sinervo. (2008) Gonadotropin hormone modulation of testosterone, immune function, performance and behavioral tradeoffs among male morphs of the lizard, Uta stansburiana. American Naturalist 171: 339 – 357. click for PDF

Sinervo, B., J. Clobert, D. B. Miles, A. McAdam, and L. T. Lancaster (2008) The role of pleiotropy vs. signaller–receiver gene epistasis in life history trade-offs: dissecting the genomic architecture of organismal design in social systems. Heredity 101: 197 – 211. click for PDF

Goodman, B. A., D. B. Miles, and L. Schwarzkopf. (2008) Life on the rocks: habitat use drives morphological and performance evolution in a clade of tropical lizards. Ecology 89: 3462 – 3471. click for PDF

Sinervo, B., F. Mendez de la Cruz, D. B. Miles, et al. (2010) Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change and altered thermal niches. Science 328: 894 – 899. click for PDF

Farris, K., S. Converse, S. Zack, W. Gaines, D. B. Miles et al. (2010) Short-term Effects of Fire and Fire Surrogate Treatments on Avian Nest Survival: A National-Scale, Interdisciplinary Analysis. Open Environmental Sciences 4: 53 – 62.

Streby, H. M*. and D. B. Miles. (2010) Effects of prescribed burns and shelterwood harvests on nesting success of neotropical migratory birds. Open Environmental Sciences 4: 31 - 40

Sinervo, B. and D. B. Miles (2011) Hormones and the Reproductive Behavior in Reptiles. Biology of the Reptilia. Elsevier.

Sinervo, B., D. B. Miles, N. Martinez-Mendez, R. Lara-Resendiz, and F. R. Mendez De La Cruz (2011) Response to comment on "Erosion of lizard diversity by climate change an altered thermal niches. Science 332: 537 – 538. click for PDF

Heulin, B., Y. Surget-Groba, B. Sinervo, D. Miles, A. Guiller. (2011) Dynamics of haplogroup frequencies and survival rates in a contact zone of two mtDNA lineages of the lizard Lacerta vivipara. Ecography. click for PDF


Lizard Ecology: The evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Edited by S. M. Reilly, L. D. McBrayer, and D. B. Miles. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications and Technical Reports

Miles, D. B. (1985) An eco-morphological comparison of avian communities in contrasting habitats. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Pennsylvania, 206 pp.

Miles, D. B. (1992) A long-term study of natural selection in a natural population of the tree lizard. Proceedings of the Symposium on Research in Saguaro National Monument (C.P. Stone and E.S. Bellantoni, eds.), pp 121-129. National Park Service Publication.

Miles, D. B., I. Ungar and D. Bash (1994) Conceptual Framework for Arid-Land Characterization: Distribution of Lizards along the Jornada LTER transect. A report to the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program Office, US Army Corps of Engineers

Miles, D. B. (2002) Survey for the Federally Endangered Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis) at the Union Furnace Elementary School building site. Submitted to Sands Decker Ltd.

Miles, D. B. (2002). Wildlife. National FFS Study 4th Annual SMIC Meeting. Vinton Furnace Experimental Forest.

Book and Meeting Reviews

1991 "Evolutionary disentanglement" Review of P.H. Harvey and M.D. Pagel "The Comparative Method in Evolutionary Biology". Science 254: 134-136.

1992 Meeting Review "Historical and geographical determinants of community diversity." Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 73: 261-264.

1994 Review of E.L. Charnov, "Life History Invariants: Some explorations of symmetry in evolutionary ecology" Ecology 75: 2143-2144.

1996 Review of M. Bulmer "Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology" Quarterly Review of Biology 71: 437-438.