Professor Edward Orlando Wiley III is the curator emeritus of ichthyology at the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute and professor of systematics and evolution for the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. His

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  • Professor Edward Orlando Wiley III es curador emérito en ictiología en la University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute y profesor de sistemática y evolución en el Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology en la University of Kansas. Su Masters advisor fue Darrell Hall, de Sam Houston State University (retirado), y su doctoral advisor fue Donn E. Rosen, del American Museum of Natural History (fallecido). Wiley publicó extensivamente en sistemática filogenética y contribuyó a la fundación de la Willi Hennig Society. Wiley es conocido por continuar desarrollando el concepto de especie evolutiva que fuera primeramente formulado por George Gaylord Simpson. (es)
  • Professor Edward Orlando Wiley III is the curator emeritus of ichthyology at the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute and professor of systematics and evolution for the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. His <Masters advisor was Darrell Hall, of Sam Houston State University (retired), and his doctoral advisor was Donn E. Rosen, of the American Museum of Natural History (deceased). Wiley has published extensively in topics related to phylogenetic systematics and was involved in the founding of the Willi Hennig Society. Wiley is known for building on and establishing conceptual advances in the evolutionary species concept, first formulated by George Gaylord Simpson. Wiley defines an evolutionary species as: "A species is a lineage of ancestral descendant populations which maintains its identity from other such lineages and which has its own evolutionary tendencies and historical fate." (en)
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  • 1944-08-15 (xsd:date)
  • 1944-8-15
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  • The City University of New York, New York, New York
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  • Corpus Christi, TX
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  • Masters advisor: Darrell Hall, Sam Houston State University , Doctoral advisor: Donn E. Rosen, American Museum of Natural History
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  • Extensive theoretical work and landmark publications in phylogenetic systematics and ichthyology.
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  • American
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  • Gibbs Award
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  • University of Kansas, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Research Associate, Division of Fishes, National Museum of Natural History
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  • American academic (en)
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  • Professor Edward Orlando Wiley III es curador emérito en ictiología en la University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute y profesor de sistemática y evolución en el Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology en la University of Kansas. Su Masters advisor fue Darrell Hall, de Sam Houston State University (retirado), y su doctoral advisor fue Donn E. Rosen, del American Museum of Natural History (fallecido). Wiley publicó extensivamente en sistemática filogenética y contribuyó a la fundación de la Willi Hennig Society. Wiley es conocido por continuar desarrollando el concepto de especie evolutiva que fuera primeramente formulado por George Gaylord Simpson. (es)
  • Professor Edward Orlando Wiley III is the curator emeritus of ichthyology at the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute and professor of systematics and evolution for the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kansas. His <Masters advisor was Darrell Hall, of Sam Houston State University (retired), and his doctoral advisor was Donn E. Rosen, of the American Museum of Natural History (deceased). Wiley has published extensively in topics related to phylogenetic systematics and was involved in the founding of the Willi Hennig Society. Wiley is known for building on and establishing conceptual advances in the evolutionary species concept, first formulated by George Gaylord Simpson. Wiley defines an evolutionary species as: (en)
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