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Publications

Evolutionary Applications

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (Chronological)


    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS by Topic (click on author to download pdf files)


    Evolutionary Origins of Invasive Populations
    (in order of preference)


    Evolutionary Shifts during Habitat Invasions
    (Chronological)
    (& Ev
    olutionary Genetics of Eurytemora affinis populations)


    Speciation, Systematics, and Morphological Evolution
    (Chronological)


    Zebra and Quagga Mussel Invasions
    (Chronological)


    Miscellaneous Topics
    (in order of preference)

    • Lee, CE , RR Strathmann. 1998. Scaling of gelatinous clutches:  effects of siblings' competition for oxygen on clutch size and parental investment per offspring. American Naturalist.  151:293-310.
    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds. 2006. Ecological and evolutionary genomics of populations in nature.  Molecular Ecology.  15:1193-1196.
    • Piller, KR, CC Wilson, CE Lee, J Lyons. 2005. Conservation genetics of inland lake trout in Upper Mississippi River Basin: Native or stocked ancestry? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134:789-802.
    • Gaggiotti, O, CE Lee, G Wardle. 1997. The effect of overlapping generations and population structure on gene-frequency clines.  In Structured Population Models in Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Systems.  H Caswell and S Tuljapurkar (eds.) Chapman & Hall.
    • Lee, CE.  2002.  A tribute to Professor Bruce W. Frost.  Hydrobiologia.  480:3-4.

    • Stillman JH, JK Colbourne, CE Lee, et al. 2008. Recent advances in crustacean genomics. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 48:852-868.


    Edited Volumes
    (Chronological)

    • Lee, CE.  2014.  Genetics and genomics of adaptation in response to environmental stress. Evolution (Speciation Section) Volume 68.

    • Schierenbeck, KA, CE Lee, RD Holt. 2010. Synthesizing Ecology and Evolution for the Study of Invasive Species. Evolutionary Applications. Volume 3.


    • Lee, CE, GW Gilchrist. 2007. All Stressed Out and Nowhere To Go:  Does Evolvability Limit Adaptation in Invasive Species? Papers from the Symposium at the SSE/ASN/SSB meeting, June 2004.  Genetica. Volume 129.
    • Lee, CE, T Mitchell-Olds. 2006. Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics of Populations in Nature.  Special Issue for Molecular Ecology. Volume 15.

    • Lee, CE, S Strom, J Yen. 2002. Commemorative Symposium Volume: Progress in Zooplankton Biology: Ecology, Systematics, and Behavior.  Hydrobiologia. Volume 480.


    Selected Publications of Graduate Student Publications funded by LEE Grants

    (Refer to individual student URLs to view their full list of publications)

    • Gulisija D**, and Y Kim.  In Prep.  Evolution of multi-locus adaptive fitness oscillations under heterogeneous cyclic selection. To be submitted to Evolution

    • Gulisija D**, Y Kim, and JB Plotkin. 2016. Phenotypic plasticity promotes balanced polymorphism in periodic environments by a genomic storage effect. Genetics, Online Early

    • Peyer, SM**, JC Hermanson. In Prep. Inverse characterization of the lift and drag coefficients of zebra and quagga mussels.

    • Gulisija D**, and Y Kim.  2015.  Emergence of long-term balanced polymorphism under cyclic selection of spatially variable magnitude. Evolution. 69:979-992.

    • Kim, Y, D Gulisija**. 2010. Signatures of genetic hitchhiking under different models of population expansion during colonization of new selective environments. Genetics. 184:571-585.

    • Gulisija, D**, JF Crow. 2007. Inferring purging from pedigree data. Evolution. 61:1043-1051.

    • Nice, CC*, NM Anthony*, GW Gelembiuk**, D Ganser and R ffrench-Constant. 2005. The history and geography of diversification within the butterfly genus Lycaeides in North America. Molecular Ecology. 14:1741-1754.

    • Chung, M**, GW Gelembiuk**, TJ Givnish. 2004. Population genetics and phylogeography of endangered Oxytropis campestris var. chartacea and relatives: Arctic-alpine disjuncts in eastern North America. Molecular Ecology. 13:3657-3673.