Lombal A, Salis AT, Mitchell KJ, Tennyson AJD, Shepherd LD, Worthy TH, Woehler EJ, Austin J, Burridge CP (2020) Using ancient DNA to quantify losses of genetic and species diversity in seabirds: a case study of Pterodroma petrels from a Pacific island. Biodiversity and Conservation
Lombal A, O’Dwyer J, Friesen V, Woehler E and Burridge CP (2020) Identifying mechanisms of genetic differentiation among populations in vagile species: historical factors dominate genetic differentiation in seabirds. Biological Reviews
Waters JM, Burridge CP and Craw D (2019) The lasting biological signature of Pliocene tectonics: Reviewing the re‐routing of Australia’s largest river drainage system. Journal of Biogeography
Burridge CP (2019) Politics and pride: maintaining genetic novelty may be detrimental for the conservation of Formosa landlocked salmon Oncorhynchus formosanus. Aquatic Conservation
Ludt WB, Burridge, CP and Chakrabarty P (2019) A taxonomic revision of Cheilodactylidae and Latridae (Centrarchiformes: Cirrhitoidei) using morphological and genomic characters. Zootaxa
Carrea C, Burridge CP, Wienecke B, Emmerson LM, White D and Miller KJ (2019) High vagility facilitates population persistence and expansion prior to the Last Glacial Maximum in an Antarctic top predator: the Snow petrel (Pagodroma nivea). Journal of Biogeography
Martin AM, Carver S, Proft K, Fraser TA, Polkinghorne A, Banks S and Burridge CP (2019) Isolation, marine transgression, and translocation of the bare‐nosed wombat (Vombatus ursinus). Evolutionary Applications
Green ME, Appleyard S, White W, Tracey S, Devloo-Delva F and Ovenden J (2019) Novel multi-marker comparisons address the genetic population structure of silvertip sharks (Carcharhinus albimarginatus). Marine & Freshwater Research
Devloo‐Delva F, Maes GE, Hernández SI, Mcallister JD, Gunasekera RM, Grewe PM, Thomson RB and Feutry P (2019) Accounting for kin sampling reveals genetic connectivity in Tasmanian and New Zealand school sharks, Galeorhinus galeus. Ecology and Evolution
Fitak RR, Antonides JD, Baitchman EJ, Bonaccorso E, Braun J, Kubiski S, Chiu E, Fagre AC, Gagne RB, Lee JS, Malmberg JL, Stenglein MD, Dusek RJ, Forgacs D, Fountain-Jones NM, Gilbertson MLJ, Worsley-Tonks KEL, Funk WC, Trumbo DR, Ghersi, Grimaldi BMW, Heisel SE, Jardine CM, Kamath PL, Karmacharya D, Kozakiewicz CP, Kraberger S, Loisel DA, McDonald C, Miller S, O’rourke D, Ott-Conn CN, Páez-Vacas M, Peel AJ, Turner WC, VanAcker MC, VandeWoude S and Pecon-Slattery J (2019) The expectations and challenges of wildlife disease research in the era of genomics: forecasting with a horizon scan-like exercise. Journal of Heredity
Kozakiewicz, CP, Burridge CP, Funk WC, VandeWoude S, Craft ME, Crooks CR, Ernest HB, Fountain‐Jones NM and Carver S (2018) Pathogens in space: Advancing understanding of pathogen dynamics and disease ecology through landscape genetics. Evolutionary Applications
Matley JK, Maes GE, Devloo‐Delva F, Huerlimann R, Chua G, Tobin AJ, Fisk AT, Simpfendorfer CA and Heupel MR (2018) Integrating complementary methods to improve diet analysis in fishery‐targeted species. Ecology and Evolution.
Proft KM, Jones ME, Johnson CN and Burridge CP (2018) Making the connection: expanding the role of restoration genetics in restoring and evaluating connectivity. Restoration Ecology
Martin A, Burridge CP, Ingram J, Fraser TA and Carver S (2018) Invasive pathogen drives host population collapse: effects of a travelling wave of sarcoptic mange on bare-nosed wombats. Journal of Applied Ecology
Kozakiewicz CP, Carver S and Burridge CP (2018). Under-representation of avian studies in landscape genetics. Ibis
Durrant HMS, Barrett NS, Edgar GJ, Coleman MA and Burridge CP (2018). Seascape habitat patchiness and hydrodynamics explain genetic structuring of kelp populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Hill P, Burridge CP, Ezaz T and Wapstra E (2018) Conservation of sex-linked markers among conspecific populations of a viviparous skink, Niveoscincus ocellatus exhibiting genetic and temperature dependent sex determination. Genome Biology & Evolution
Martin A, Fraser T, Lesku J, Simpson K, Roberts G, Garvey J, Polkinghorne A, Burridge CP and Carver S (2018).The cascading consequences of Sarcoptes scabiei infection that manifest in host disease. Royal Society Open Science
Devloo-Delva F, Huerlimann R, Chua G, Matley JK, Heupel MR, Simpfendorfer CA and Maes GE (2018). How does marker choice affect your diet analysis: comparing genetic markers and digestion levels for diet metabarcoding of tropical-reef piscivores.
Marine & Freshwater Research
Lombal A, Wenner T, Lavers J, Austin J, Woehler E, Hutton I and Burridge CP (2017) Genetic divergence between colonies of Flesh-footed Shearwater Ardenna carneipes exhibiting different foraging strategies. Conservation Genetics
Kozakiewicz CP, Carver S, Austin JJ, Shepard JM and Burridge CP (2017) Intrinsic factors drive spatial genetic variation in a highly vagile species, the wedge-tailed eagle Aquila audax, in Tasmania. Journal of Avian Biology
Hohnen R, Tuft K, McGregor H, Legge S, Radford IJ and Johnson CN (2016) Occupancy of the Invasive Feral Cat Varies with Habitat Complexity. PLOS one
Hohnen R, Tuft K, Legge S, Walters N, Johanson L, Carver S, Radford IJ and Johnson CN (2016) The significance of topographic complexity in habitat selection and persistence of a declining marsupial in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology
Lombal A, Wenner T, Carlile N, Austin JJ, Woehler E, Priddel D and Burridge CP (2016) Population genetic and behavioural variation of the two remaining colonies of Providence petrel (Pterodroma solandri) . Conservation Genetics
Hohnen R, Tuft K, Legge S, Hillyer M, Spencer P, Radford IJ, Johnson CN and Burridge CP (2016) Rainfall and topography predict gene flow among populations of the declining northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus). Conservation Genetics
Craw D, Craw L, Burridge CP, Wallis GP and Waters JM (2016) Evolution of the Taieri River catchment, East Otago, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
Brüniche-Olsen A, Austin JJ, Jones ME, Holland BR and Burridge CP (2016) Detecting selection on temporal and spatial scales: a genomic time-series assessment of selective responses to devil facial tumor disease. PLoS ONE
Craw D and Burridge CP (2016) Fine-scale habitat preferences influence within-river
population connectivity: a case-study using two sympatric
New Zealand Galaxias fish species. Freshwater Biology
Carrea C, Burridge CP, King CK and Miller KJ (2016) Population structure and long-term decline in three species of heart urchins Abatus spp. near-shore in the Vestfold Hills region, East Antarctica . Marine Ecology Progress Series
Craw D, Upton P, Burridge CP, Wallis GP and Waters JM (2015) Rapid biological speciation driven by tectonic evolution in New-Zealand. Nature Geoscience
Durrant HMS, Barret NS, Edgar GJ, Coleman NA and Burridge CP (2015) Shallow phylogeographic histories of key species in a biodiversity hotspot. Phycologia
Waters JM, Craw D, Burridge CP, Kennedy M, King TM and Wallis GP (2015) Within-river genetic connectivity patterns reflect constrasting geomorphology. Journal of Biogeography
Durrant HMS, Burridge CP and Gardner MG (2015) Isolation via next-generation sequencing of microsatellites from the Tasmanian macroalgae Lessonia corrugata (Lessoniaceae). Applications in Plant Sciences
Waters JM and Burridge CP (2015) Fine-scale habitat preferences influence within-river population connectivity: a case-study using two sympatric New Zealand Galaxias fish species. Freshwater Biology
Cliff HB, Wapstra E and Burridge CB (2015) Persistence and dispersal in a Southern Hemisphere glaciated landscape: the phylogeography of the spotted snow skink
(Niveoscincus ocellatus) in Tasmania. Evolutionary Biology
Hohnen R, Tuft K, Legge S, Radford IJ, Carver S and Johnson CN (2015) Post-fire habitat use of the golden-backed tree-rat (Mesembriomys macrurus) in the northwest Kimberley,Western Australia. Austral Ecology
Lombal A, Wenner T and Burridge CP (2015) Assessment of high-resolution melting (HRM) profiles as predictors of microsatellite variation – An example in Providence Petrel (Pterodroma solandri). Genes & Genomics
Dellicour S, Fearnley S, Lombal A, Heidl A, Dahlhoff EP, Rank NE and Mardulyn P (2014) Inferring the past and present connectivity across the range of a North American leaf beetle: combining ecological niche modeling and a geographically explicit model of coalescence. Evolution
Durrant HMS, Burridge CP, Kelaher BP, Barrett NS, Edgar GJ and Coleman MA (2014) Implications of macroalgal isolation by distance for networks of marine protected areas. Conservation Biology
Carrea C, Anderson LV, Craw D, Waters JM and Burridge CP (2014) The significance of past interdrainage connectivity for studies of diversity, distribution and movement of freshwater-limited taxa within a catchment. Journal of Biogeography
Durrant HMS, Clark GF, Dworjanyn SA, Byrne M and Johnston EL (2013) Seasonal variation in the effects of ocean warming and acidification on a native bryozoan, Celleporaria nodulosa. Marine Biology
Brüniche-Olsen A, Burridge CP, Austin JJ and Jones ME (2013) Disease induced changes in gene flow patterns among Tasmanian devil populations. Biological Conservation
Carrea C, Cussac VE and Ruzzante DE (2013) Genetic and phenotypic variation among Galaxias maculatus populations reflects contrasting landscape effects between northern and southern Patagonia. Freshwater Biology
Hohnen R, Ashby J, Tuft K and McGregor H Individual identification of northern quolls (Dasyurus hallucatus) using remote cameras. Australian Mammalogy
Carrea C, Barriga JP, Cussac VE and Ruzzante DE (2012) Genetic and phenotypic differentiation among Galaxias maculatus populations in a Patagonian postglacial lake system. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Montanari SR, van Herwerden L, Pratchett MS, Hobbs J-PA and Fugedi A (2012) Reef fish hybridization: lessons learnt from butterflyfishes (genus Chaetodon). Ecology and Evolution
Barriga JP, Battini MA, García-Asorey M, Carrea C, and Cussac VE (2012) Among-population variation in growth and morphology of landlocked Galaxias maculatus during the limnetic period of its life history. Hydrobiologia.
Zemlak TS, Carrea C, Newton E, Paterson IG and Ruzzante DE (2012) Isolation and characterization of nine microsatellite markers for a galaxiid fish endemic to Patagonia. Molecular Ecology Resources.
Heller R, Brüniche-Olsen A and Siegismund HR (2012) Cape buffalo mitogenomics reveals a Holocene shift in the African human-megafauna dynamics. Molecular Ecology.
Brüniche-Olsen A, Gravlund P and Lorenzen ED (2012) Impacts of genetic drift and restricted gene flow in indigenous cattle breeds: evidence from the Jutland breed. Animal Genetic Resources.
Wenner T, Russello M and Wright T (2012) Cryptic species in a Neotropical parrot: genetic variation within the Amazona farinosa species complex and its conservation implications. Conservation Genetics.
Wenner T (2012) Observation of a gopher snake (Pituophis catenifer) constricting a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis). Journal of Raptor Research.
Withen KB, Brüniche-Olsen A, Pedersen BV, European Cattle Genetics Diversity Consortium and Gravlund P (2011) The Agersoe cattle: the last remnants of the Danish island cattle (Bos taurus)? Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics.
Zemlak TS, Habit E, Walde SJ, Carrea C and Ruzzante DE (2010) Surviving historical Patagonian landscapes and climate: molecular insights from Galaxias maculatus. BMC Evolutionary Biology.
Carrea C, Paterson I, Cussac VE and Ruzzante DE (2009) Ten novel microsatellite loci characterized for a remarkably widespread fish: Galaxias maculatus (Galaxiidae). Molecular Ecology Resources.
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