Publications

 

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

18. Ochoa-Ochoa LM, NR Mejía-Domínguez, JA Velasco, KA Marske, C Rahbek. 2019. Amphibian functional diversity is related to high annual precipitation and low precipitation seasonality in the New World. Global Ecology and Biogeography. (accepted)

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)

OTHER RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

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

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)

BOOK REVIEWS

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.