PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (** indicates mentored graduate student coauthor)

17. Rizvanovic M**, JD Kennedy, D Nogués-Bravo & KA Marske. 2018. Persistence of genetic diversity and phylogeographic structure of three New Zealand forest beetles under climate change. Diversity and Distributions. (link) (data)

16.  Giampoudakis K**, KA Marske, A Ugan, J Singarayer, MK Borregaard, P Valdes, C Rahbek & D Nogués-Bravo. 2017. Climatic niche shifts drove rapid expansion of Paleolithic modern humans. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26:359-370. (link)

15.  Miraldo A, S Li, MK Borregaard, A Flórez-Rodríguez**, S Gopalakrishnan, M Rizvanovic**, Z Wang, C Rahbek, KA Marske & D Nogués-Bravo. 2016.  An Anthropocene map of genetic diversity. Science 353: 1532-1535 (Front cover, 30 September 2016 issue). (link) (perspective) (video) (press) (press)        

14.  Lessard JP, B Weinstein, MK Borregaard, KA Marske, JA McGuire, JL Parra, C Rahbek & CH Graham. 2016. Process-based definitions of species pools reveal hidden patterns of community structure along environmental gradients. American Naturalist 187: 75-88. (link)

13.  Marske KA, C Rahbek and D Nogués-Bravo. 2013. Phylogeography: spanning the ecology-evolution continuum.  Ecography 36: 1169–1181.  (Editor’s choice) (link)

12.  Dawson MN, AC Algar, A Antonelli, LM Dávalos, E Davis, R Early, A Guisan, R Jansson, J-P Lessard, KA Marske, J McGuire, AS Stigall, NG Swenson, NE Zimmermann & DG Gavin. 2013. An horizon scan of biogeography. Frontiers of Biogeography 5: 130-157. (link)

11. Marske KA, RAB Leschen & TR Buckley. 2012. Concerted versus independent evolution and the search for multiple refugia: Comparative phylogeography of four forest beetles. Evolution 66: 1862-1877.  (Cover photo, June 2012 issue) (link) (datadryad)

10. Lima-Ribeiro MA, D Nogués-Bravo, KA Marske, FAS Fernandez, B Araujo & JAF Diniz-Filho. 2012. Human arrival scenarios have a strong influence on interpretations of the late Quaternary extinctions (letter). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109: E2409–E2410. (link)

9. Marshall DC, KBR Hill, KA Marske, C Chambers, TR Buckley & C Simon.  2012.  Limited, episodic diversification and contrasting phylogeography in a New Zealand cicada radiation.  BMC Evolutionary Biology 12: 177. (link) 

8. Lorenzen ED†, D Nogués-Bravo†, L Orlando†, J Weinstock†, J Binladen†, KA Marske† (†contributed equally), A Ugan, MK Borregaard, MTP Gilbert, R Nielsen, SYW Ho, T Goebel, KE Graf, D Byers, JT Stenderup, M Rasmussen, PF Campos, JA Leonard, KP Koepfli, D Froese, G Zazula, TW Stafford, Jr., K Aaris-Sørensen, P Batra, AM Haywood, JS Singarayer, PJ Valdes, G Boeskorov, JA Burns, SP Davydov, J Haile, DL Jenkins, P Kosintsev, T Kuznetsova, X Lai, LD Martin, HG McDonald, D Mol, M Meldgaard, K Munch, E Stephan, M Sablin, RS Sommer, T Sipko, E Scott, MA Suchard, A Tikhonov, R Willerslev, RK Wayne, A Cooper, M Hofreiter, A Sher, B Shapiro, C Rahbek & E Willerslev. 2011. Species-specific responses of Late Quaternary megafauna to climate and humans. Nature 479: 359-364. (link)

7. Svenning JC, C Fløjgaard, KA Marske, D Nogués-Bravo & S Normand. 2011. Applications of species distribution modeling to paleobiology. Quaternary Science Reviews 30: 2930-2947. (link)

6. Marske KA, RAB Leschen & TR Buckley. 2011. Reconciling phylogeography and ecological niche models for New Zealand beetles: looking beyond glacial refugia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 59: 89-102.  (link)

5. Buckley TR, K Marske & D Attanayake. 2010. The location of glacial refugia in the New Zealand stick insect Clitarchus hookeri (White) estimated from mitochondrial DNA and ecological niche modeling. Journal of Biogeography 37: 682-695. (link)

4. Marske KA, RAB Leschen, GM Barker & TR Buckley. 2009. Phylogeography and ecological niche modeling implicate coastal refugia and trans-alpine dispersal of a New Zealand fungus beetle. Molecular Ecology 18: 5126-5142. (link)

3. Buckley TR, K Marske & D Attanayake. 2009. Identifying glacial refugia in a geographic parthenogen using palaeoclimate modeling and phylogeography: the New Zealand stick insect Argosarchus horridus (White). Molecular Ecology 18: 4650-4663. (link)

2. Marske KA, MA Ivie & GM Hilton. 2007. Effects of volcanic ash on the forest canopy insects of Montserrat, West Indies. Environmental Entomology 36: 817-825. (link)

1. Marske KA & MA Ivie. 2003. Beetle fauna of the United States and Canada. Coleopterists Bulletin 57: 495-503. (link)


Marske, KA. 2016. Phylogeography.  In: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology, Elsevier (RM Kliman, editor), pp 291–296.(link)


Marske, KA. 2017. Telling the “Great Stories of Earth”. Frontiers in Biogeography 9.3: e35944. (link)

Marske, KA. 2014. Book review, Island Life: Or, the Phenomena and Causes of Insular Faunas and Floras, Including a Revision and Attempted Solution of the Problem of Geological Climates. Quarterly Review of Biology 89: 259-260.


Marske K, M Marra, R Leschen, G Barker, A Rodrigo & T Buckley. 2009. Beetles unravel the Last Glacial Maximum history of South Island forests. Pp. 31-33. Geology and Genes IV. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication No. 126. (Conference Abstract).

Ivie MA, KA Marske, IA Foley, KA Guerrero & LL Ivie. 2008. Invertebrates of the Centre Hills of Montserrat, with an emphasis on beetles. p. 56-89. Durrell Conservation Monograph No. 1: A biodiversity assessment of the Centre Hills, Montserrat (RP Young, ed). Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey, Channel Islands. 319 pp. (link)