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2022

115. Beer, M.A., R.A. Kane, S.J. Micheletti, C.P. Kozakiewicz and A. Storfer*. 2022. Landscape genomics of the streamside salamander: Implications for species management in the face of climate change. Evolutionary Applications. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.13321

114. Waits, L.P., M.A. Murphy and A. Storfer. 2022. Landscape genetics. Ch. 386, In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity 2nd ed. Ed by S. Levin. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

2021

113. Kozakiewicz, C. P., A.K. Fraik, A.H. Patton, M. Ruiz-Aravena, D. Hamilton, R. Hamede, H. McCallum, P.A. Hohenlohe, M. Margres, M. Jones and A. Storfer. 2021. Spatial variation in gene expression of Tasmanian devil facial tumors despite minimal host transcriptomic response toinfection. BMC Genomics 22: 693; https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-021-07994-4

112. Stahlke, A., B. Epstein, S. Barbosa, A. Patton, S. Hendricks, A. Veillet, A. Fraik, B. Schönfeld, H. McCallum, R. Hamede-Ross, M. Jones, A. Storfer and P. Hohenlohe. 2021. Contemporary and historical selection in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) support novel, polygenic response to transmissible cancer. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288 (1951), 20210577

111. Everson, K.M., L.N. Gray, A.G. Jones, N.M. Lawrence, M.E. Foley, K.L. Sovacool, J.D. Kratovil, S. Hotaling, P.M. Hime, A. Storfer, G. Parra-Olea, X. Aguilar-Miguel, E.M. O’Neill, L. Zambrano, H.B. Shaffer, D. W. Weisrock. 2021. Geography is more important than life history in the recent diversification of the tiger salamander complex. PNAS 118 (17) e2014719118; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2014719118

110. Cunningham, C.X., S. Comte, H. McCallum, D. Hamilton, R. Hamede, A. Storfer, B. Lazenby, T. Hollings, M. Ruiz-Aravena, D. H. Kerlin, G. Hocking, M.E. Jones. 2021. Quantifying 25 years of disease-caused Tasmanian devil population declines. Ecology Letters 24:958-969. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13703.

109. Hamede, R., T. Madsen, H. McCallum, A. Storfer, P. Hohenlohe, H. Siddle, J. Kaufman, M. Giraudeau, M. Jones, F. Thomas and B. Ujvari. 2021. Darwin, the devil, and the management of transmissible cancers. Conservation Biology 35: 748-751. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13644

2020

108. Patton, A.H., M. Lawrance, M.J. Margres, C.P. Kozakiewicz, R. Hamede, M. Ruiz-Aravena, D.G. Hamilton, S. Comte, L. Ricci, R. Taylor, T. Stadler, A. Leaché, H. McCallum, M. Jones, P.A. Hohenlohe and A. Storfer.* 2020. A transmissible cancer shifts from emergence to endemism in Tasmanian devils. Science 370: eabb9772. DOI: 10.1126/science.abb9772

107. Micheletti, S.** and A. Storfer*. 2020. Mixed support for gene flow as a constraint to local adaptation and contributor to the limited geographic range of an endemic salamander. Molecular Ecology. 29: 4091-4101. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15627

106. Margres, M†., M. Ruiz-Aravena, R. Hamede, K. Chawla, A. Patton**, M.F. Lawrance**, A.K. Fraik**, A.R. Stahlke, B.W. Davis, E.A. Ostrander, M.E. Jones, H.I. McCallum, P.J. Paddison, P.A. Hohenlohe, D. Hockenbery and A. Storfer. 2020. Spontaneous tumor regression in Tasmanian devils associated with RASL11A activation. Genetics 215: 1143-1152. doi.org/10.1534/genetics.120.303428 ^highlighted article; NSF discovery files highlight

105. Hamilton, D.G., R.K. Hamede, M.E. Jones, E. Cameron, D. Kerlin, H.I. McCallum, A. Storfer and P.A. Hohenlohe. 2020. Disease and sickness behaviour: tumour progression affects interaction patterns and social network structure in wild Tasmanian devils. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B. 287: 20202454; doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2020.2454

104. Smith, L.E.**, M. Jones, R. Hamede, R. Risques, A. Patton, P.A. Carter and A. Storfer*. 2020. Telomere length is a susceptibility marker for Tasmanian devil facial tumor disease. Ecohealth. 17: 280-291. doi.org/10.1007/s10393-020-01491-y

103. Liberles, D.A., B. Chang, K. Geiler-Samerotte, A. Goldman, J. Hey, B. Kacar, M. Meyer, W. Murphy, D. Posada and A. Storfer. 2020. Emerging frontiers in the study of molecular evolution. Journal of Molecular Evolution 88: 211-226. doi.org/10.1007/s00239-020-09932-6

102. Kozakiewicz, C.P†., L. Ricci**, A.H. Patton**, S.A. Hendricks, M.J. Margres†, R .Hamede, M. Ruiz-Aravena, D.G. Hamilton, H. McCallum, M.E. Jones, P.A. Hohenlohe and A. Storfer* 2020. Comparative landscape genetics reveals differential effects of environment on host and pathogen gene flow in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) and a transmissible cancer. Molecular Ecology. 29: 3217-3233; doi:10.1111/mec.15558

101. Patton, A.H**., M.J. Margres†, B. Epstein†, J.M. Epstein, L.J. Harmon and A. Storfer*. 2020. Hybridizing salamanders experience accelerated diversification rates. Scientific Reports 10:6566. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-63378-w

100. Fraik, A.K.**, M. Margres, B. Epstein, S. Barbosa, M. Jones, S. Hendricks, B. Schönfeld, A. Stahlke, A. Veillet, R. Hamede, H. I. McCallum, E. Lopez-Contreras***, S. J. Kallinen***, P.A. Hohenlohe, J. L. Kelley and A. Storfer*. 2020. Disease swamps molecular signatures of genetic-environmental associations to abiotic factors in Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) populations. Evolution 74: 1392-1408. doi.org/10.1111/evo.14023 ^cover article

99. Storfer, A.*, C. Kozakiewicz†, M. Beer** and A.E. Savage 2020. Applications of population genomics for understanding and mitigating wildlife disease. In Hohenlohe PA, Rajora OP, eds. Population Genomics: Wildlife. Springer. doi.org/10.1007/13836_2020_73

98. Hendricks, S.A., A. Storfer and P.A. Hohenlohe 2020. Population genomics of wildlife cancer. In Hohenlohe PA, Rajora OP, eds. Population Genomics: Wildlife. Springer. doi.org/10.1007/13836_2020_81

2019

97. Patton, A.H.**, M.J. Margres†, M.E. Jones, S. Hendricks, A. Stahlke, K. Lewallen, R.K Hamede, M. Ruiz-Aravena, H. I. McCallum, O. Ryder, P.A. Hohenlohe and A. Storfer*. 2019. Contemporary demographic reconstruction methods are robust to genome quality: A case study in Tasmanian devils. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 36:2906-2921. doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msz191

96. Wells, K., R.K. Hamede, M.E. Jones, P.A. Hohenlohe, A. Storfer and H.I. McCallum. 2019. Individual and temporal variation in pathogen load predicts long-term impacts of an emerging infectious disease. Ecology 100(3): e06213. doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2613

95. Fraik, A.K.**, C. Quackenbush, M.J. Margres†, S. Comte, D.G. Hamilton, C. Kozakiewicz†, M.E. Jones, R.K. Hamede, P.A. Hohenlohe, A. Storfer and J.L. Kelley. 2019. Transcriptomics of Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) ear tissue reveals homogeneous gene expression patterns across a heterogeneous landscape. Genes 10(10): 801. doi.org/10.3390/genes10100801

94. Hohenlohe, P.A.*, H.I. McCallum, M. E. Jones, M. Lawrance**, R.K. Hamede, and A. Storfer*. 2019. Conserving adaptive potential: Lessons from Tasmanian devils and their transmissible cancer. Conservation Genetics. 20:81-87. doi.org/10.1007/s10592-019-01157-5

93. Hamilton, D., M. Jones, E. Cameron, H. McCallum, A. Storfer, P.A. Hohenlohe and R.K. Hamede. 2019. Rate of inter-sex interactions affects injury likelihood in Tasmanian devil contact networks. Behavioral Ecology. 30: 1087-1095; doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arz054

92. James, S., G. Jennings Y-M. Kwon, M. Stammnitz A. Fraik**, A. Storfer, S. Comte, D. Pemberton, S. Fox, B. Brown, R. Pye, G. Woods, B. Lyons, P. Hohenlohe, H.V. Siddle, F. Thomas, B. Ujvari, E. Murchison, M. Jones and R. Hamede. 2019. Tracing the rise of malignant cell lines: distribution, epidemiology and evolutionary interactions of two transmissible cancers in Tasmanian devils. Evolutionary Applications 12:1772-1780. DOI: 10.1111/eva.12831

91. Jones, M., R. Hamede, A. Storfer, P. A. Hohenlohe., E. Murchison, H. McCallum. 2019. Emergence, transmission and evolution of an uncommon enemy: Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease. Pp. In Wilson, Fenton and Thompkins (Eds.) Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

90. Emel, S.**, D. Olson, L.L. Knowles and A. Storfer. 2019. Comparative landscape genetics of two endemic torrent salamander species, Rhyacotriton kezeri and R. variegatus: implications for forest management and species conservation. Conservation Genetics. 20: 801-815 doi.org/10.1007/s10592-019-01172-6.

2018

89. Storfer, A*., P.A. Hohenlohe, M.J. Margres†, H.I. McCallum, A.H. Patton**, A.K. Fraik**, M. Lawrance**, L. Ricci**, A. Stahlke, M.E. Jones 2018. The devil is in the details: Genomics of a transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils. PLoS Pathogens. 14(8): e1007098 doi.org/10.1371/journal.ppat.1007098

88. Storfer, A*., A.H. Patton** and A. K. Fraik**. 2018. Navigating the intersection of landscape genomics and landscape genetics. Frontiers in Genetics. 13, doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2018.00068

87. Margres, M.J.†, M. Jones, B Epstein†, S. Comte, S. Fox…A. Storfer* 2018. Large-effect loci affect survival in Tasmanian devils infected with a transmissible cancer. Molecular Ecology 27: 4189-4199. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.14853.

86. Margres, M.J.†, M. Ruiz, R. Hamede, M. Jones, M. Lawrance, S.A. Hendricks, A. Patton**, B.W. Davis, E. A. Ostrander, H. McCallum, P.A. Hohenlohe and A. Storfer* 2018. The genomic basis of tumor regression in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii). Genome Biology and Evolution. 10:3012-3025. /doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evy229.

85. Ruiz-Aravena, M., M.E. Jones, S. Carver, S. Estay, C. Espejo, A. Storfer, R. Hamede. 2018. Sex bias in ability to cope with cancer: Tasmanian devils and facial tumour disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B. 285(21): 20182239. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2018.2239

84. Robertson, J., M. Murphy, C. Pearl, M. Adams, M. Páez-Vacas, S. Haig, Susan, D. Pilliod, A. Storfer, W. C. Funk. 2018. Regional variation in drivers of connectivity for two frog species (Rana pretiosa and R. luteiventris from U.S. Pacific Northwest. Molecular Ecology 27: 3242-3256.

2017

83. Wells, K., R.K. Hamede, A. Storfer, P.A. Hohenlohe, M.E. Jones and H. I. McCallum. 2017. Infection of the fittest: devil facial tumour disease has greatest effect on individuals with highest reproductive output. Ecology Letters 20: 770-778.

82. Storfer, A., B. Epstein†, M. Jones, S. Micheletti**, S.F. Spear**, S. Lachish and S. Fox. 2017. Landscape genetics of the Tasmanian devil: Implications for the spread of an infectious cancer. Conservation Genetics. 18: 1287-1297; DOI: 10.1007/s10592-017-0980-4

81. Hendricks, S. B. Epstein†, B Schönfeld, C. Wiench, R. Hamede, M. Jones, A Storfer and P. Hohenlohe. 2017. Conservation implications of limited genetic diversity and population structure in Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii). Conservation Genetics 18: 977-982.

80. Micheletti, S**. and A Storfer. 2017. An approach for identifying cryptic barriers to gene flow that limit species’ geographic ranges. Molecular Ecology 26: 490-504.

79. Lowry, DB., S Hoban, JL Kelley, KE Lotterhos, LK Reed, MF Antolin and A Storfer. 2017. Responsible RAD: Striving for best practices in population genomic studies of adaptation. Molecular Ecology Resources 17: 366-369.

78. Greenberg, C.H, S. A. Johnson, R. Owen and A. Storfer, 2017. Amphibian breeding phenology and reproductive success at isolated ephemeral wetlands: An examination using concurrent terrestrial and aquatic sampling. Canadian Journal of Zoology 95: 673-684

2016

77. Epstein, B.†, M Jones, R Hamede, S Hendricks, H McCallum, EP Murchison, B Schönfeld, C Wiench, P Hohenlohe and A Storfer*. 2016. Rapid evolutionary response to a transmissible cancer. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms5084 ^ISI Highly Cited
*covered by NY Times, Washington Post, Science News, Nature News, Discover, BBC, etc.

76. Lowry, DB., S Hoban, JL Kelley, KE Lotterhos, LK Reed, MF Antolin and A Storfer. 2016. Breaking RAD: The utility of restriction site-associated DNA sequencing for genome scans of adaptation. Molecular Ecology Resources. 17: 142-152. DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12635 ^ISI Highly Cited

75. Trumbo, D.R.**, B. Epstein†, L. Schawazkopf, P.A. Hohenlohe, R. Alford and A. Storfer. 2016. Mixed population genomics support for the central marginal hypothesis across the invasive range of the cane toad (Rhinella marina) in Australia. Molecular Ecology 25: 4161-4176.

74. Hoban, S. JL Kelley, KE Lotterhos, MF Antolin, G. Bradburd, DB Lowry, ML Poss, LK Reed, A. Storfer and MC Whitlock. 2016. Finding the genomic basis of local adaptation in non-model organisms: pitfalls, practical solutions and future directions. American Naturalist 188: 379-397.
* recommended by Faculty of 1000; ^ISI Highly Cited; @Hot Paper

73. Epstein, B†. and A. Storfer. 2016. Comparative genomics of an emerging amphibian virus. G3: Genes,Genomes, Genetics. 6:15-27 doi: 10.1534/g3.115.023762

2015

72. Micheletti, S**. and A. Storfer. 2015. A test of the central-marginal hypothesis using population genetics and ecological niche modelling in an endemic salamander (Ambystoma barbouri). Molecular Ecology 24: 967-979.

71. Emel, S. L.**. and A. Storfer. 2015. Landscape genetics and genetic structure of the southern torrent salamander, Rhyacotriton variegatus. Conservation Genetics 16: 209-221.

70. Han, B.A., J.L. Kerby, C.L. Searle, A. Storfer and A.R. Blaustein. 2015. Host species composition influences the severity of infection among amphibians. Ecology and Evolution 5: 1432-1439.

69. Storfer, A. 2015. Landscape genetics. Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199941728-0066.

68. Brunner, J.L., M.J. Gray, J.T. Hoverman and A. Storfer. 2015. Ranavirus ecology and evolution. Pp. 71-104 In Ranaviruses: Lethal Pathogens of Ectothermic Vertebrates. Ed by: MJ Gray and VG Chinchar. Springer, Berlin, Germany, 246pp.

2014

67. Zancolli, G., M.O. Rodel, I.G. Dewenter and A. Storfer. 2014. Comparative landscape genetics of two river frog species along an altitudinal gradient on Mt. Kilimanjaro. Molecular Ecology 23: 4989-5002.

66. Takahashi, M.K., J.M. Eastman**, D. A. Griffin, J. Baumsteiger, M.J. Parris, and A. Storfer. 2014. A stable niche assumption-free test of ecological divergence. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 76: 211-226.
65. Emel, S.L.** and A. Storfer. 2014. Characterization of 10 microsatellite markers for the southern torrent salamander (Rhyacotriton variegatus). Conservation Genetics Resources 6: 881-882.

64. Storfer, A*., S.G. Mech†, M.W. Reudink and K. Lew*** 2014. Inbreeding and strong population subdivision in an endangered salamander species. Conservation Genetics 15: 137-151.

2013

63. Zancolli, G., A. Storfer and M.O. Rödel, 2013. Detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in river frogs (genus Amietia) on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Herpetological Review.44:611-614.

62. Trumbo, D.**, S.F. Spear, J. Baumsteiger and A. Storfer.* 2013. Rangewide landscape genetics of an endemic Pacific Northwestern salamander. Molecular Ecology. 22: 1250-1266.

2012

61. Emel, S.L.** and A. Storfer. 2012. A decade of amphibian population genetic studies: Synthesis and recommendations. Conservation Genetics 13:1685-1689.

60. Dudianec, R.Y., S.F. Spear, J.S. Richardson and A. Storfer*. 2012. Landscape vs. historical effects on genetic structure in core vs. peripheral populations of the coastal giant salamander, Dicamptodon tenebrosus. PLoS ONE 7(5): e36769

59. Storfer, A. 2012. Landscape genetics. Ch. 386, In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Ed by S. Levin. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

58. Spear, S.F., C.M. Chrisafulli and A. Storfer*. 2012. Rapid recolonization of tailed frogs in the Mt. St Helens blast zone is moderated by post-disturbance management. Ecological Applications 22:856-869.

2011

57. Kerby, J.L. †, A. Hart and A. Storfer*. 2011. Combined effects of virus, pesticide and predator cue on the larval tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum). Ecohealth 8:46-54.

56. Miller, D., M. J. Gray and A. Storfer. 2011. Ecopathology of ranaviruses infecting amphibians. Viruses. 3:2351-2373. doi: 10.3390/v3112351

55. Venesky, M.D., M.J. Parris, J.L. Kerby† and A. Storfer 2011. Differential patterns of disease transmission and infection in amphibian communities. PLoS ONE 6(9): e24991.

54. Eastman, J.M.** and A. Storfer. 2011. Correlations of life-history and distributional-range variation with salamander diversification rates: Evidence for species selection. Systematic Biology 60:503-518.

53. Lachish, S., K.J. Miller, A. Storfer, A.W. Goldzien and M.E. Jones. 2011. Evidence that disease-induced population decline changes genetic structure and alters dispersal patterns in the Tasmanian devil. Heredity 106:172-182.

2010

52. Dudianec, RY, A Storfer, SF Spear** and JS Richardson. 2010. New microsatellite markers for examining genetic variation in peripheral and core populations of the Coastal Giant Salamander (Dicamptodon tenebrosus). PLoS One 5(12): e14333.

51. Manel, S., S. Joost, B. Epperson, R. Holderegger, A. Storfer, M. S. Rosenberg, K. Scribner, A. Bonin and M-J. Fortin. 2010. Perspectives on the use of landscape genetics to detect adaptive genetic variation in the field. Molecular Ecology 19:3760-3772.

50. Storfer, A.*, M. A. Murphy, S. F. Spear**, A. R. Holderegger and L. P. Waits. 2010. Landscape genetics: Where are we now? Invited review, Molecular Ecology 19:3496-3514. ^ ISI highly cited

49. Murphy, M. A.**, R. Dezzani, D. S. Pilliod and A. Storfer. 2010. Landscape genetics of high mountain frog metapopulations: an application of gravity models. Molecular Ecology 19:3634-3649.

48. Murphy, M.A.**, J.S. Evans and A. Storfer. 2010. Quantifying ecological process at multiple spatial scales using landscape genetics: Bufo boreas connectivity in Yellowstone National Park. Ecology 91: 252-261.

47. Kerby, J.L.†, K. Richards-Hrdlicka, A. Storfer and D.K. Skelly. 2010. An examination of amphibian sensitivity to environmental contaminants: Are amphibians poor canaries? Ecology Letters 13:60-67.

46. Spear, S.F.** and A. Storfer. 2010. Anthropogenic and natural disturbance lead to differing patterns of gene flow in the Rocky Mountain tailed frog, Ascaphus montanus. Biological Conservation. 143:778-786.

BEFORE 2010

45. Venesky, M.D., M. J. Parris and A. Storfer. 2009. Impacts of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis infection on tadpole foraging performance. Ecohealth 6:565-576.
44. Storfer, A.*, J. M. Eastman** and S. F. Spear**. 2009. Modern molecular methods for amphibian conservation. Bioscience. 59: 559-571.
43. Eastman, J.M.**, J.N. Niedzwiecki, B.P. Nadler and A. Storfer*. 2009. Duration and consistency of historical selection are correlated with adaptive trait evolution in the streamside salamander, Ambystoma barbouri. Evolution 63: 2636–2647.
42. Kerby, J.L.† and A. Storfer. 2009. Combined effects of atrazine and chlorpyrifos on disease susceptibility of the tiger salamander to Ambystoma tigrinum virus. Ecohealth 6:91-98.
41. Steele, C.A.**, J. Baumsteiger and A. Storfer*. 2009. The influence of life history variation on genetic structure in two sympatric salamander taxa. Molecular Ecology 18: 1629-1639.
40. Murphy, M. A.**, J.S. Evans, S. Cushman and A. Storfer. 2008. Representing genetic variation as continuous surfaces: An approach for identifying spatial dependency in landscape genetic studies. Ecography 31:685-697.
39. Cotter, J.D.**, A. Storfer, R.B. Page, C.K. Beachy and S.R. Voss. 2008. Transcriptional response of Mexican axolotls to Ambystoma tigrinum virus (ATV) infection. BMC Genomics 9: 493
38. Spear, S.F.** and A. Storfer. 2008. Landscape genetic structure of tailed frogs in protected versus managed forests. Molecular Ecology. 17: 4642–4656.
37. Ridenhour, B. J.† and A. Storfer. 2008. Geographically variable selection in Ambystoma tigrinum Virus (Iridoviridae) throughout the Western United States. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:1151-1159.
36. Bolker, B.M., F. de Castro, A. Storfer., S. G., Mech., E. Harvey. and J. P. Collins. 2008. Disease as a selective force precluding widespread cannibalism: A case study of an iridovirus of tiger salamanders, Ambystoma tigrinum. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10:105-128.
35. Spear, S. F.**, J. Baumsteiger and A. Storfer. 2008. Newly developed polymorphic microsatellite markers for frogs of the genus Ascaphus. Molecular Ecology Resources 8:936-938.
34. Steele, C. A.**, J. Baumsteiger and A. Storfer. 2008. Polymophic tetranucleotide microsatellites for Cope’s giant salamander (Dicamptodon copei) and Pacific giant salamander (Dicamptodon tenebrosus). Molecular Ecology Resources. 8: 1071-1073.
33. Storfer, A.*, M. E. Alfaro, B. J. Ridenhour†, J. K. Jancovich, S. G. Mech†, M. J. Parris and J. P. Collins., 2007. Phylogenetic concordance analysis shows an emerging pathogen is novel and endemic. Ecology Letters. 10:1075-1083.
32. Steele, C. A.** and A. Storfer. 2007. Phylogeographic incongruence of codistributed amphibian species based on small differences in geographic distribution. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 43:468-479.
31. Giordano, A. R.**, B. J. Ridenhour† and A. Storfer* 2007. The influence of altitude and topography on genetic structure in the long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum). Molecular Ecology. 16:1625-1637.
30. Storfer, A., M. A. Murphy, J. S. Evans, C. S. Goldberg, S. Robinson, S. F. Spear, R. Dezzani, E. Demelle, L. Vierling, and L. P. Waits. 2007. Putting the “landscape” in landscape genetics. Heredity 98:128-142.
29. Huang, Y-M., Trevisan, M.S. and A. Storfer. 2007. The impact of the “all-of-the-above” option and student ability on multiple choice tests. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.1: 1-13.
28. Forson, D. D.** and A. Storfer* 2006. Atrazine increases ranavirus susceptibility in the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum. Ecological Applications 16: 2325-2332.
27. Spear, S. F.**, C. R. Peterson, M. Matocq and A. Storfer. 2006. Molecular evidence for recent population size reductions of tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum) in Yellowstone National Park. Conservation Genetics 7:605-611.
26. Steele, C. A.** and A. Storfer. 2006. Coalescent-based hypothesis testing supports multiple Pleistocene refugia in the Pacific Northwest for the Pacific Giant Salamander (Dicamptodon tenebrosus). Molecular Ecology 15:2477-2487.
25. Forson, D**. and A. Storfer. 2006. Effects of atrazine and iridovirus infection on survival and life history characteristics in long-toed salamanders, Ambystoma macrodactylum. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25:168-173.
24. Parris, M. P., E. Reese and A. Storfer. 2006. Antipredator behavior of chytridiomycosis-infected leopard frog (Rana pipiens) tadpoles. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:58-65.
23. Spear, S. F.**., C. R. Peterson, M. Matocq and A. Storfer. 2005. Landscape genetics of the blotched tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum melanostictum. Molecular Ecology 14: 2553-2564.
22. Steele, C. A**, B. C. Carstens, A. Storfer and J. Sullivan. 2005. Testing hypotheses of speciation timing in Dicamptodon copei and Dicamptodon aterrimus (Caudata: Dicamptodontidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 36:90-100.
21. Parris, M. P., A. Storfer, J. P. Collins and E. W. Davidson. 2005. Pathogen effects on life history in tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) larvae. Journal of Herpetology 39: 366-372.
20. Jancovich, J. K., E. W. Davidson, N. Parameswaran, J. Mao, V. G. Chinchar, J. P. Collins, B. L. Jacobs and A. Storfer* 2005. Evidence for emergence of an amphibian disease because of human-enhanced spread. Molecular Ecology 14:213-224.
19. Collins, J.P., N. Cohen, E.W. Davidson, J. Longcore and A. Storfer. 2005. Global amphibian declines: An interdisciplinary research challenge for the 21st century. Pp. 43-52. In Lannoo, M.J. (Ed.), Status and Conservation of U.S. Amphibians. Volume 1: Conservation Essays. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.
18. Storfer, A.*, S. G. Mech†, M. W. Reudink***, R. E. Ziemba, J. L. Warren*** and J. P. Collins. 2004. Introgression by non-native species in the endangered tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum stebbinsi. Copeia 2004(4): 783-796.
17. Storfer, A.* and C. White***. 2004. Phenotypically plastic responses of larval tiger salamanders, Ambystoma tigrinum, to different predators. Journal of Herpetology 38:612-615.
16. Dybdahl, M. and A. Storfer. 2003. Parasite local adaptation: Red Queen versus Suicide King. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 523-530.
15. Storfer, A.* 2003. Amphibian declines: Future directions. Diversity and Distributions 9: 151-163.
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* corresponding author; ** graduate student in the lab; *** undergraduate student in the lab;
† postdoctoral associate in the lab