Publications - T.M. Burg

A) Publications (2013-2014) (*undergraduate student, **graduate student)

  1. Adams, R.V.** and T.M. Burg (in press) Influence of ecological and geological features on rangewide patterns of genetic structure in a widespread passerine. Heredity.
  2. Dohms, K.D.** and T.M. Burg (2014) Phylogeography of a widespread Palearctic corvid, Nucifraga caryocatactes. PeerJ 2:e371.
  3. Burg, T.M., H. Bird*, L. Lait** and M.deL. Brooke (2014) Colonization pathways of the northeast Atlantic by northern fulmars: A test of James Fisher's ‘out of Iceland’ hypothesis using museum collections. Journal of Avian Biology 45:209-218. Editor’s Choice.
  4. Burg, T.M., S.A. Taylor, K. Lemmen, A.J. Gaston and V.L. Friesen (2014) Postglacial population genetic differentiation potentially facilitated by a flexible migratory strategy in golden-crowned kinglets (Regulus satrapa). Canadian Journal of Zoology 92:163-172.
  5. Abbott, C.L., R.L. Millikin, M. Hipfner, S. Hatch, M. Ito, Y. Watanuki and T.M. Burg (2014) Genetic structure of rhinoceros auklets, Cerorhinca monocerata, breeding in British Columbia, Alaska and Japan. Marine Biology 161:275-283.
  6. Dohms, K.D.** and T.M. Burg (2013) Molecular markers reveal limited population genetic structure in a North American corvid, Clark's nutcracker (Nucifraga columbiana). PLoS ONE 8(11): e79621.
  7. Lait, L.A.** and T.M. Burg (2013) When east meets west: population structure of a high-latitude resident species, the boreal chickadee (Poecile hudsonicus). Heredity 111:321-329.