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Publications by Eric B. (Rick) Taylor

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  1. Taylor, E.B.. 2016. The Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) species “complex” in North America revisited. Hydrobiologica 783: 283-293
  2. Dick, S., J.B. Shurin, and E.B. Taylor. 2014. Replicate divergence within and between sounds in a marine fish: the copper rockfish (Sebastes caurinus). Molecular Ecology 23: 575-590
  3. Darveau, C., E.B. Taylor, and P.M. Schulte. 2012. Thermal physiology of warm spring colonists: variation among Lake Chub (Cyprinidae: Couesius plumbeus) populations. Physiol. Biochem. Zool 85: 607-617
  4. Gowell, C.P., T.P. Quinn, and E.B. Taylor. 2012. Coexistence and origin of trophic ecotypes of pygmy whitefish, Prosopium coulterii, in a south-western Alaskan lake. J Evol Biol 58: 2432-2448
  5. Taylor, E.B., P. Tamkee, E. Keeley, and E. Parkinson. 2011. Conservation prioritization in widespread species: the use of genetic and morphological data to assess population distinctiveness in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from British Columbia, Canada. Evolutionary Applications 4: 100-115
  6. Harris, L.N., and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Pleistocene glaciations and contemporary genetic variation in a Beringian fish, the broad whitefish, Coregonus nasus (Pallas): inferences from microsatellite DNA variation. J. Evol. Biol. 23: 72-86
  7. Taylor, E.B. 2010. Changes in taxonomy and species distributions and their influence on estimates of homogenization and differentiation in freshwater fish faunas. Diversity and Distributions 16: 676-689
  8. Ilves, K. and E.B. Taylor. 2009. Molecular resolution of systematics of the northern hemisphere smelt family Osmeridae and evidence for homoplasy of morphological characters. Mol. Phylo. Evol. 50: 163-178
  9. Ilves, K. and E.B. Taylor. 2007. Are Hypomesus chishimaensis and H. nipponensis (Osmeridae) Distinct Species? A Molecular Assessment Using Comparative Sequence Data from Five Genes. Copeia 2007(1): 180-185
  10. Keeley, E.R., Parkinson, E.A., and E.B. Taylor. 2007. The origins of ecotypic variation of rainbow trout: a test of environmental vs. genetically based differences in morphology. J. Evol. Biol. 20: 725–736
  11. Gow, J.L., K. Peichel, and E.B. Taylor. 2006. Contrasting hybridization rates between sympatric three-spined sticklebacks highlight the fragility of reproductive barriers between evolutionarily young species. Molecular Ecology 15: 739-752
  12. Taylor, E.B. and A.B. Costello. 2006. Microsatellite DNA analysis of coastal populations of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in British Columbia: zoogeographic implications and its application to recreational fishery management. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 63: 1157–1171
  13. Taylor, E.B., J. W. Boughman, M. Groenenboom, D. Schluter, M. Sniatynski, and J.L. Gow. 2006. Speciation in reverse: morphological and genetic evidence of the collapse of a three-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) species pair. Molecular Ecology 15: 343-355
  14. Hendry, A.P. and E.B. Taylor. 2004. How much of the variation in adaptive divergence can be explained by gene flow? An evaluation using lake-stream stickleback pairs. Evolution 58: 2319-2331
  15. Taylor, E.B. 2004. Evolution in mixed company: evolutionary inferences from studies of natural hybridization in Salmonidae. Pp. 232-263. In A.P. Hendry and S. S
  16. Taylor, E.B. & J.D. McPhail. 2000. Historical contingency and determinism interact to prime speciation in sticklebacks. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. Series B: 267: 2375-2384
  17. Taylor, E.B. 1999. Species pairs of north temperate freshwater fishes: evolution, taxonomy, and conservation. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 9: 299-334