Historical Biogeography and Phylogeography

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2014 A necessarily complex model to explain the biogeography of the amphibians and reptiles of Madagascar. Brown, J.L., A. Cameron, A.D. Yoder, and Miguel Vences. Nature Communications, 5:5056. PDF
2011 Integrating statistical genetic and geospatial methods brings new power to phylogeography.Chan, L. M., J. L. Brown, and A. D. Yoder. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 59: 523–537. Link to ScienceDirect Version
2010 Phylogeography’s past, present, and
future: 10 years after Avise, 2000.

M. J. Hickerson, B. C. Carstens, J. Cavender-Bares, K. A. Crandall, C. H. Graham, J.
Johnson, L. Rissler, P. F. Victoriano, and A.D. Yoder. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54(1): 291-301.
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2008 The role of molecular genetics in sculpting the future of integrative biogeography. Riddle, BR; Dawson, MN; Hadly, EA, Hafner, D.J., Hickerson MJ, Mantooth SJ, and A.D. Yoder. Progress in Physical Geography, 32 (2): 173-202. PDF
1996 The use of phylogeny for reconstructing lemuriform biogeography. Yoder, A.D. In: Biogeographie de Madagascar. (W.R. Lourenco, ed.) Editions de l’ORSTROM, Paris, pp. 245-258.
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