Bryan C. Carstens
Bryan C. Carstens
The Ohio State University: Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology
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How to fail at species delimitation
BC Carstens, TA Pelletier, NM Reid, JD Satler
Molecular ecology 22 (17), 4369-4383, 2013
7092013
Delimiting species without monophyletic gene trees
LL Knowles, BC Carstens
Systematic biology 56 (6), 887-895, 2007
7082007
Phylogeography’s past, present, and future: 10 years after
MJ Hickerson, BC Carstens, J Cavender-Bares, KA Crandall, CH Graham, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 54 (1), 291-301, 2010
6032010
Applications of next-generation sequencing to phylogeography and phylogenetics
JE McCormack, SM Hird, AJ Zellmer, BC Carstens, RT Brumfield
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 66 (2), 526-538, 2013
5412013
STEM: species tree estimation using maximum likelihood for gene trees under coalescence
LS Kubatko, BC Carstens, LL Knowles
Bioinformatics 25 (7), 971-973, 2009
4422009
Integrating coalescent and ecological niche modeling in comparative phylogeography
BC Carstens, CL Richards
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 61 (6), 1439-1454, 2007
3472007
Phylogenetic estimation error can decrease the accuracy of species delimitation: a Bayesian implementation of the general mixed Yule-coalescent model
NM Reid, BC Carstens
BMC evolutionary biology 12 (1), 196, 2012
3362012
Estimating Species Phylogeny from Gene-Tree Probabilities Despite Incomplete Lineage Sorting: An Example from Melanoplus Grasshoppers
BC Carstens, LL Knowles
Systematic Biology 56 (3), 400-411, 2007
3362007
Distribution modelling and statistical phylogeography: an integrative framework for generating and testing alternative biogeographical hypotheses
CL Richards, BC Carstens, L Lacey Knowles
Journal of Biogeography 34 (11), 1833-1845, 2007
2872007
Climate refugia: joint inference from fossil records, species distribution models and phylogeography
DG Gavin, MC Fitzpatrick, PF Gugger, KD Heath, F Rodríguez‐Sánchez, ...
New Phytologist 204 (1), 37-54, 2014
2692014
Investigating the evolutionary history of the Pacific Northwest mesic forest ecosystem: hypothesis testing within a comparative phylogeographic framework
BC Cartens, SJ Brunsfeld, JR Demboski, JM Good, J Sullivan
Evolution 59 (8), 1639-1652, 2005
2412005
SpedeSTEM: a rapid and accurate method for species delimitation
DD Ence, BC Carstens
Molecular Ecology Resources 11 (3), 473-480, 2011
2192011
Multilocus Species Delimitation in a Complex of Morphologically Conserved Trapdoor Spiders (Mygalomorphae, Antrodiaetidae, Aliatypus)
JD Satler, BC Carstens, M Hedin
Systematic biology 62 (6), 805-823, 2013
2032013
Shifting distributions and speciation: species divergence during rapid climate change
BC Carstens, LL Knowles
Molecular Ecology 16 (3), 619-627, 2007
1952007
Species Delimitation Using a Combined Coalescent and Information-Theoretic Approach: An Example from North American Myotis Bats
BC Carstens, TA Dewey
Systematic biology 59 (4), 400-414, 2010
1862010
Coupling genetic and ecological-niche models to examine how past population distributions contribute to divergence
LL Knowles, BC Carstens, ML Keat
Current Biology 17 (11), 940-946, 2007
1702007
Does gene flow destroy phylogenetic signal? The performance of three methods for estimating species phylogenies in the presence of gene flow
AJ Eckert, BC Carstens
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49 (3), 832-842, 2008
1422008
A road map for molecular ecology
RL Andrew, L Bernatchez, A Bonin, CA Buerkle, BC Carstens, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (10), 2605-2626, 2013
1312013
Estimating a geographically explicit model of population divergence
LL Knowles, BC Carstens
Evolution 61 (3), 477-493, 2007
1052007
Accounting for coalescent stochasticity in testing phylogeographical hypotheses: modelling Pleistocene population structure in the Idaho giant salamander Dicamptodon aterrimus
BC Carstens, JD Degenhardt, AL Stevenson, J Sullivan
Molecular Ecology 14 (1), 255-265, 2005
1042005
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