Publications

Jackson, ND, BC O'Meara, AE Morales, and BC Carstens. 2017. Species delimitation with gene flow. Systematic Biology (in press) [pdf]

Jackson, ND, AE Morales, BC Carstens, and BC O'Meara. 2017. PHRAPL: Phylogeographic inference using approximate likelihoods. Systematic Biology (in press) [pdf]

Morales, AE, ND Jackson, T Dewey, BC O'Meara, and BC Carstens. 2017. Speciation with gene flow in North American Myotis bats. Systematic Biology 66(3):440-452 [pdf]

Miguet, P, HB Jackson, ND Jackson, AE Martin, and L Fahrig. 2016. What we do and don't know about the spatial extent of landscape effects on species. Landscape Ecology 31:1177-1194 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, and L Fahrig. 2016. Habitat amount, not habitat configuration, best predicts population genetic structure in fragmented landscapes. Landscape Ecology 31:951-968 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, and L Fahrig. 2014. Landscape context affects genetic diversity at a much larger spatial extent than population abundance. Ecology 95(4):871-881 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, and CC Austin. 2013. Testing the role of meander cutoff in promoting gene flow across a riverine barrier in ground skinks (Scincella lateralis). PLOS ONE 8(5): e62812 [link]

Ascensão, F, AP Clevenger, M Santos-Reis, P Urbano, and ND Jackson. 2013. Wildlife-vehicle collision mitigation: is partial fencing the answer? An agent-based model approach. Ecological Modelling 257:36-43 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, and CC Austin. 2012. Inferring the evolutionary history of divergence despite gene flow in a lizard species, Scincella lateralis (Scincidae), composed of cryptic lineages. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107:192-209 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, and L Fahrig. 2011. Relative effects of road mortality and decreased connectivity on population genetic diversity. Biological Conservation 144:3143-3148 [pdf]

Austin, CC, EN Rittmeyer, LA Oliver, JO Anderman, GR Zug, and ND Jackson. 2011. The bioinvasion of Guam: inferring geographic origin, pace, pattern and process of an invasive lizard in the Pacific using multi-locus genomic data. Biological Invasions 13(9):1951-1967 [pdf]

Jackson, ND, C Hagen, TC Glenn, and CC Austin. 2011. Microsatellites isolated from the North American ground skink (Scincella lateralis). Conservation Genetics Resources 3(1):95 [pdf]

Jackson, ND and CC Austin. 2010. The combined effects of rivers and refugia generate extreme cryptic fragmentation within the common ground skink (Scincella lateralis). Evolution 64(2): 409-428 [pdf]