John D. Robinson
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Linkage disequilibrium and effective population size when generations overlap
JD Robinson, GR Moyer
Evolutionary Applications 6, 290-302, 2013
Sampling strategies for frequency spectrum-based population genomic inference
JD Robinson, AJ Coffman, MJ Hickerson, RN Gutenkunst
BMC evolutionary biology 14 (1), 1-16, 2014
ABC inference of multi‐population divergence with admixture from unphased population genomic data
JD Robinson, L Bunnefeld, J Hearn, GN Stone, MJ Hickerson
Molecular ecology 23 (18), 4458-4471, 2014
Population genomics reveals seahorses (Hippocampus erectus) of the western mid-Atlantic coast to be residents rather than vagrants
JT Boehm, J Waldman, JD Robinson, MJ Hickerson
PloS one 10 (1), e0116219, 2015
Comparison of fish detections, community diversity, and relative abundance using environmental DNA metabarcoding and traditional gears
NM Sard, SJ Herbst, L Nathan, G Uhrig, J Kanefsky, JD Robinson, ...
Environmental DNA 1 (4), 368-384, 2019
Comparative phylogeography of North American Atlantic salt marsh communities
E Díaz-Ferguson, JD Robinson, B Silliman, JP Wares
Estuaries and Coasts 33, 828-839, 2010
The snails the dinosaurs saw: are the pleurocerid populations of the Older Appalachians a relict of the Paleozoic Era?
RT Dillon Jr, JD Robinson
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (1), 1-11, 2008
Comparative population genomics of African montane forest mammals support population persistence across a climatic gradient and Quaternary climatic cycles
TC Demos, JC Kerbis Peterhans, TA Joseph, JD Robinson, B Agwanda, ...
PLoS One 10 (9), e0131800, 2015
Asymmetrical gene flow in five co-distributed syngnathids explained by ocean currents and rafting propensity
LD Bertola, JT Boehm, NF Putman, AT Xue, JD Robinson, S Harris, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1926), 20200657, 2020
No reproductive isolation between freshwater pulmonate snails Physa virgata and P. acuta
RT Dillon Jr, JD Robinson, TP Smith, AR Wethington
The Southwestern Naturalist 50 (4), 415-422, 2005
Multiscale diversity in the marshes of the Georgia coastal ecosystems LTER
JD Robinson, E Diaz-Ferguson, MF Poelchau, S Pennings, TD Bishop, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 33, 865-877, 2010
Empirical estimates of reproductive isolation among the freshwater pulmonate snails Physa acuta, P. pomilia, and P. hendersoni
RT Dillon, JD Robinson, AR Wethington
Malacologia 49 (2), 283-292, 2007
Edges and overlaps in Northwest Atlantic phylogeography
S Altman, JD Robinson, JM Pringle, JE Byers, JP Wares
Diversity 5 (2), 263-275, 2013
Population structure and genetic diversity in the endangered bluemask darter (Etheostoma akatulo)
JD Robinson, JW Simmons, AS Williams, GR Moyer
Conservation Genetics 14, 79-92, 2013
Inference of biogeographic history by formally integrating distinct lines of evidence: genetic, environmental niche and fossil
S Hoban, A Dawson, JD Robinson, AB Smith, AE Strand
Ecography 42 (12), 1991-2011, 2019
Extinction hazards in experimental Daphnia magna populations: effects of genotype diversity and environmental variation
JD Robinson, JP Wares, JM Drake
Ecology and Evolution 3 (2), 233-243, 2013
The opposite of speciation: Genetic relationships among the populations of Pleurocera (Gastropoda: Pleuroceridae) in central Georgia
RT Dillon, JD Robinson
American Malacological Bulletin 29 (1/2), 159-168, 2011
Approximate Bayesian estimation of extinction rate in the Finnish Daphnia magna metapopulation
JD Robinson, DW Hall, JP Wares
Molecular ecology 22 (10), 2627-2639, 2013
eDNA metabarcoding in lakes to quantify influences of landscape features and human activity on aquatic invasive species prevalence and fish community diversity
L Pukk, J Kanefsky, AL Heathman, EM Weise, LR Nathan, SJ Herbst, ...
Diversity and Distributions 27 (10), 2016-2031, 2021
Genetic Estimates of Population Age in the Water Flea, Daphnia magna
JD Robinson, CR Haag, DW Hall, VI Pajunen, JP Wares
Journal of Heredity 103 (6), 887-897, 2012
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