John Demboski
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Investigating the evolutionary history of the pacific northwest mesic forest ecosystem: hypothesis testing within a comparative phylogeographic framework
BC Carstens, SJ Brunsfeld, JR Demboski, JM Good, J Sullivan
Evolution 59 (8), 1639-1652, 2005
Ancient hybridization and mitochondrial capture between two species of chipmunks
JM Good, S Hird, N Reid, JR Demboski, SJ Steppan, TR MARTIN‐NIMS, ...
Molecular ecology 17 (5), 1313-1327, 2008
Phylogeography of the dusky shrew, Sorex monticolus (Insectivora, Soricidae): insight into deep and shallow history in northwestern North America
JR Demboski, JA Cook
Molecular Ecology 10 (5), 1227-1240, 2001
Natural selection shaped the rise and fall of passenger pigeon genomic diversity
GGR Murray, AER Soares, BJ Novak, NK Schaefer, JA Cahill, AJ Baker, ...
Science 358 (6365), 951-954, 2017
A phylogeographic perspective on endemism in the Alexander Archipelago of southeast Alaska
JA Cook, AL Bidlack, CJ Conroy, JR Demboski, MA Fleming, AM Runck, ...
Biological Conservation 97 (2), 215-227, 2001
Phylogeography and introgressive hybridization: chipmunks (genus Tamias) in the northern Rocky Mountains
JM Good, JR Demboski, DW Nagorsen, J Sullivan
Evolution 57 (8), 1900-1916, 2003
Further perspectives on the Haida Gwaii glacial refugium
JR Demboski, KD Stone, JA Cook
Evolution, 2008-2012, 1999
Cytochrome b Phylogeny of North American Hares and Jackrabbits (Lepus, Lagomorpha) and the Effects of Saturation in Outgroup Taxa
KM Halanych, JR Demboski, BJ van Vuuren, DR Klein, JA Cook
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 11 (2), 213-221, 1999
Mammalian biogeography of the Alexander Archipelago of Alaska: a north temperate nested fauna
CJ Conroy, JR Demboski, JA Cook
Journal of Biogeography 26 (2), 343-352, 1999
Extensive mtDNA variation within the yellow-pine chipmunk, Tamias amoenus (Rodentia: Sciuridae), and phylogeographic inferences for northwest North America
JR Demboski, J Sullivan
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26 (3), 389-408, 2003
Divergence with gene flow within the recent chipmunk radiation (Tamias)
J Sullivan, JR Demboski, KC Bell, S Hird, B Sarver, N Reid, JM Good
Heredity 113, 185-194, 2014
Phylogeny estimation of the radiation of western North American chipmunks (Tamias) in the face of introgression using reproductive protein genes
N Reid, JR Demboski, J Sullivan
Systematic Biology 61 (1), 44-62, 2012
Phylogenetic Diversification within the Sorex cinereus Group (Soricidae)
JR Demboski, JA Cook
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (1), 144-158, 2003
A climate for speciation: rapid spatial diversification within the Sorex cinereus complex of shrews
AG Hope, KA Speer, JR Demboski, SL Talbot, JA Cook
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64 (3), 671-684, 2012
A molecular perspective on the historical biogeography of the northern high latitudes
E Waltari, JR Demboski, DR Klein, JA Cook
Journal of Mammalogy 85 (4), 591-600, 2004
Mammal collections of the Western Hemisphere: a survey and directory of collections
JL Dunnum, BS McLean, RC Dowler, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 99 (6), 1307-1322, 2018
Systematic Revision of Pocket Gophers of the Cratogeomys gymnurus Species Group
MS Hafner, TA Spradling, JE Light, DJ Hafner, JR Demboski
Journal of Mammalogy 85 (6), 1170-1183, 2004
Implications of cytochrome b sequence variation for biogeography and conservation of the northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) of the Alexander Archipelago, Alaska
JR Demboski, BK Jacobsen, JA Cook
Canadian Journal of Zoology 76 (9), 1771-1777, 1998
Transformational Principles for NEON Sampling of Mammalian Parasites and Pathogens: A Response to Springer and Colleagues
JA Cook, SE Greiman, SJ Agosta, RP Anderson, BS Arbogast, RJ Baker, ...
BioScience 66 (11), 917-919, 2016
Morphological and ecological variation in Otopteropus cartilagonodus Knock, 1969 (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) from Luzon, Philippines
LA Ruedas, JR Demboski, RV Sison
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 107 (1), 1-16, 1994
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