Ivan C. Phillipsen
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Dispersal strength determines meta‐community structure in a dendritic riverine network
M Cañedo‐Argüelles, KS Boersma, MT Bogan, JD Olden, I Phillipsen, ...
Journal of Biogeography 42 (4), 778-790, 2015
Dispersal ability and habitat requirements determine landscape‐level genetic patterns in desert aquatic insects
IC Phillipsen, EH Kirk, MT Bogan, MC Mims, JD Olden, DA Lytle
Molecular Ecology 24 (1), 54-69, 2015
Aquatic insects in a sea of desert: population genetic structure is shaped by limited dispersal in a naturally fragmented landscape
IC Phillipsen, DA Lytle
Ecography 36 (6), 731-743, 2013
Comparative analyses of effective population size within and among species: ranid frogs as a case study
IC Phillipsen, WC Funk, EA Hoffman, KJ Monsen, MS Blouin
Evolution 65 (10), 2927-2945, 2011
Ecological strategies predict associations between aquatic and genetic connectivity for dryland amphibians
MC Mims, IC Phillipsen, DA Lytle, EEH Kirk, JD Olden
Ecology 96 (5), 1371-1382, 2015
Population structure and conservation genetics of the Oregon spotted frog, Rana pretiosa
MS Blouin, IC Phillipsen, KJ Monsen
Conservation Genetics 11, 2179-2194, 2010
Phylogeography of a stream-dwelling frog (Pseudacris cadaverina) in southern California
IC Phillipsen, AE Metcalf
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53 (1), 152-170, 2009
Effective number of breeding adults in Oregon spotted frogs (Rana pretiosa): genetic estimates at two life stages
IC Phillipsen, J Bowerman, M Blouin
Conservation Genetics 11, 737-745, 2010
17 novel polymorphic microsatellite markers for the giant water bug, Abedus herberti (Belostomatidae)
TS Daly-Engel, RL Smith, DS Finn, ME Knoderbane, IC Phillipsen, ...
Conservation genetics resources 4, 979-981, 2012
Population genetics of Ranid frogs: Investigating effective population size and gene flow
IC Phillipsen
Oregon State University, 2010
Phylogeography of a stream-dwelling frog (Pseudacris cadaverina) in southern California
IC Phillipsen
California State University, San Bernardino, 2005
Do life history strategies explain differential population structure of three desert amphibians?
MC Mims, D Julian, IC Phillipsen, DA Lytle
Implications of climate change on genetic connectivity of isolated populations
EEH Kirk, IC Phillipsen, DA Lytle
Population genetic structure of aquatic insects with varying dispersal abilities in fragmented desert streams
IC Phillipsen
Habitat fragmentation in desert streams drives population structure of an aquatic insect
IC Phillipsen
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