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Moore J.M, Carvajal J.I, Rouse GW, Wilson NG.  2018.  The Antarctic Circumpolar Current isolates and connects: Structured circumpolarity in the sea star Glabraster antarctica. Ecology and Evolution. 8:10621-10633.
Wilson NG, Stiller J, Rouse GW.  2017.  Barriers to gene flow in common seadragons (Syngnathidae: Phyllopteryx taeniolatus). Conservation Genetics. 18:53-66.
Stiller J, Wilson NG, Donnellan S., Rouse GW.  2017.  The leafy seadragon, Phycodurus eques, a flagship species with low but structured genetic variability. Journal of Heredity. 108:152-162.
Lima T.G, Willett C.S.  2017.  Locally adapted populations of a copepod can evolve different gene expression patterns under the same environmental pressures. Ecology and Evolution. 7:4312-4325.
Rosel P.E, Taylor BL, Hancock-Hanser BL, Morin PA, Archer FI, Lang A.R, Mesnick S.L, Pease V.L, Perrin WF, Robertson KM et al..  2017.  A review of molecular genetic markers and analytical approaches that have been used for delimiting marine mammal subspecies and species. Marine Mammal Science. 33:56-75.
Van Cise A.M, Morin PA, Baird R.W, Lang A.R, Robertson KM, Chivers SJ, Brownell R.L, Martien K.K.  2016.  Redrawing the map: mtDNA provides new insight into the distribution and diversity of short-finned pilot whales in the Pacific Ocean. Marine Mammal Science. 32:1177-1199.
Ball R.E, Serra-Pereira B., Ellis J., Genner M.J, Iglesias S., Johnson A.F, Jones C.S, Leslie R., Lewis J., Mariani S. et al..  2016.  Resolving taxonomic uncertainty in vulnerable elasmobranchs: are the Madeira skate (Raja maderensis) and the thornback ray (Raja clavata) distinct species? Conservation Genetics. 17:565-576.
Knapp I.S, Forsman Z.H, Williams GJ, Toonen RJ, Bell JJ.  2015.  Cryptic species obscure introduction pathway of the blue Caribbean sponge (Haliclona (Soestella) caerulea), (order: Haplosclerida) to Palmyra Atoll, Central Pacific. Peerj. 3
Morin PA, Parsons K.M, Archer FI, Avila-Arcos M.C, Barrett-Lennard LG, L. Rosa D, Duchene S., Durban JW, Ellis GM, Ferguson S.H et al..  2015.  Geographic and temporal dynamics of a global radiation and diversification in the killer whale. Molecular Ecology. 24:3964-3979.
Younger J.L, Clucas G.V, Kooyman G., Wienecke B., Rogers A.D, Trathan P.N, Hart T., Miller K.J.  2015.  Too much of a good thing: sea ice extent may have forced emperor penguins into refugia during the last glacial maximum. Global Change Biology. 21:2215-2226.