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  1. Hare, M. P. and J. R. Weinberg.  (2005).  Phylogeography of surfclams, Spisula solidissima, in the western North Atlantic based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences, Marine Biology (2005) 146: 707-716
  2. Steele, Craig A. and Andrew Storer.  (2006)  "Coalescent-based hypothesis testing supports multiple Pleistocene refugia in the Pacific Northwest for the Pacific giant salamander (Dicamptodon tenebrosus)."  Molecular Ecology 15 (9), 2477-2487.
  3. Carbone, I. and L. M. Kohn.  (2001)  "A microbial population-species interface: nested cladistic and coalescent inference with multilocus data" Molecular Ecology 10 (4), 947-964. 
  4. Cassens, I., K. Van Waerebeek, P. B. Best, E. A. Crespo, J. Reyes, and M. C. Milinkovitch (2003)  "The phylogeography of dusky dolphin (Lagenorhynchus obscurus): a critical examination of network methods and rooting procedures." 
    Molecular Ecology 12 (7), 1781-1792.
  5. Dalebout, Merel L; Robertson, Kelly M; Frantzis, Alexandros; Engelhaupt, Dan; Mignucci-Giannoni, Antonio A; Rosario-Delestre, Raul J; and Baker, C. Scott.  (2005)  "Worldwide structure of mtDNA diversity among Cuvier's beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris): implications for threatened populations."   Molecular Ecology 14 (11), 3353-3371.
  6. Papadopoulos, L. N., K. T. C. A. Peijnenburg, and P. C. Luttikhuizen.  2005.
    "Phylogeography of the calanoid copepod Calanus helgolandicus
    and C. euxinus suggests Pleistocene divergences between Atlantic,
    Mediterranean, and Black Sea populations,"
      Marine Biology 147: 1353-1365
  7. CARSTENS, B. C., J. D. DEGENHARDT, A. L. STEVENSON, J. SULLIVAN (2005)  "Accounting for coalescent stochasticity in testing phylogeographical hypotheses: modelling Pleistocene population structure in the Idaho giant salamander Dicamptodon aterrimus."  Molecular Ecology 14 (1), 255-265.
  8. Luttikhuizen, P. C., J. Drent and A. J. Baker.  (2003).  "Disjunct distribution of highly diverged mitochondrial lineage clade and population subdivision in a marine bivalve with pelagic larval dispersal."  Molecular Ecology, Volume 12, Issue 8, Page 2215-2229.
  9. Slowinski, Joseph B. and Roderic D. M. Page.  (1999).  "How Should Species Phylogenies Be Inferred from Sequence Data?"  Systematic Biology, 48(4): 814 - 825
  10. Knowles, L. Lacy and Wayne P. Maddison.  (2002). "Statistical phylogeography." Molecular Ecology, Volume 11, Issue 12, Page 2623-2635, Dec 2002
  11. Govindarajan, A. F. , K. M. Halanych, and C. W. Cunningham.  (2005).
    "Mitochondrial evolution and phylogeography in the hydrozoan
    Obelia geniculata (Cnidaria)."
      Marine Biology 146: 213-222.
  12. Lecomte, F., W. S. Grant, J. J. Dodson, et al.   (2004).  "Living with uncertainty: genetic imprints of climate shifts in East Pacific anchovy (Engraulis mordax) and sardine (Sardinops sagax)," Molecular Ecology, Volume 13, Issue 8, Page 2169-2182, August 2004.
  13. Hare, Matthew P.; Frank Cipriano; Stephen R. Palumbi.  (2002).  "Genetic Evidence on the Demography of Speciation in Allopatric Dolphin Species." Evolution, Vol. 56, No. 4. (Apr., 2002), pp. 804-816.


 

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