8) Hooley-Underwood, Z., E.G. Mandeville, P. Gerrity, J. Deromedi, K. Johnson, and A.W. Walters. 2018. Combining genetic, isotopic, and field data to better describe fish movement and entrainment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 147: 60 6–620. link
7) Mandeville, E.G., T.L. Parchman, S.J. Song, K.G. Thompson, R.I. Compton, K.R. Gelwicks, and C.A. Buerkle. 2017. Inconsistent reproductive isolation is revealed by interactions between Catostomus fish species. Evolution Letters. 1: 255-268. link
6) Gompert, Z., E.G. Mandeville, and C.A. Buerkle. 2017. Analysis of population genomic data from hybrid zones. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 48: 207-229. link
5) Wagner, C.E, and E.G. Mandeville. 2017. Speciation, species persistence and the goals of studying genomic barriers to gene flow. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 30: 1512–1515. link
4) Walters, A.W., E.G. Mandeville, W.C. Saunders, P.C. Gerrity, J.A. Skorupski, Z.E. Underwood, and E. Gardunio. 2017. Comparison of burbot populations across adjacent native and invaded ranges. Aquatic Invasions, 12: 251-262. link
3) Underwood, Z., E.G. Mandeville, and A. Walters. 2016. Population connectivity and genetic structure of burbot populations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming. Hydrobiologia, 765: 329–342. link
2) *Mandeville, E.G., T.L. Parchman, D.B. McDonald, and C.A. Buerkle. 2015. Highly variable reproductive isolation among pairs of Catostomus species. Molecular Ecology, 24: 1856–1872. link
*This paper was featured in a Molecular Ecology “News and Views” perspective by Dr. Asher Cutter. link
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Mandeville, E.G. and C.A. Buerkle. Variable evolutionary cohesion within six sympatric Catostomus species.
Mandeville, E.G., R.O. Hall, Jr., and C.A. Buerkle. Ecological context for interspecific hybridization varies across replicate instances of hybridization between Catostomus fish species.
Mandeville, E.G., A.W. Walters, B.J. Nordberg, K. Higgins, J.C. Burckhardt, and C.E. Wagner. Genomic outcomes of trout hybridization vary with stocking history.