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15. Jensen, E. L., D. L. Edwards, Ryan. C. Garrick, J. M. Miller, J. P. Gibbs, Linda J. Cayot, W. Tapia, A. Caccone, and M. A. Russello. In Press. Population genomics through time provides insights into the consequences of decline and rapid demographic recovery through head-starting in a Galapagos giant tortoise. Evolutionary Applications, accepted July 16, 2018
14. Reid, B., J. Kass, S. Wollney, E. L. Jensen, M. A. Russello, E. Viola, J. Pantophlet, J. Iverson, . Peery, C. Raxworthy, and E. Naro-Maciel. In Press. Disentangling the genetic effects of refugial isolation and range expansion in a trans-continentally distributed species. Heredity, accepted June 27, 2018
13. Jensen, E. L., J. M. Miller, D. L. Edwards, R. C. Garrick, W. Tapia, A. Caccone, and M. A. Russello. 2018. Temporal mitogenomics of the Galapagos giant tortoise from Pinzón reveals potential biases in population genetic inference. Journal of Heredity, 109: 631-640. (COVER)
12. Miller, J. M., M. C. Quinzin, D. L. Edwards, D. A. R. Eaton, E. L. Jensen, M. A. Russello, J. P. Gibbs, W. Tapia, D. Rueda, and A. Caccone. 2018. Genome-wide assessment of diversity and divergence among extant Galápagos giant tortoise species. Journal of Heredity 109: 611-619. (COVER)
11. Jensen, E. L., A. Mooers, G. Caccone, and M. A. Russello. 2016. I-HEDGE: Determining the optimum complementary sets of taxa for conservation using evolutionary isolation. Peer J. 4:e2350.
10. Milián-García, Y., E. L. Jensen, S. Ribalta Mena, E. Perez Felitas, G. Sosa Rodriguez, L. Guerra Manchena, G. Espinosa Lopez, and M. A. Russello. 2016. Genetic evidence for multiple paternity in the Critically Endangered Cuban crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer). Amphibia-Reptilia 37:273-281.
9. Shafer, A. B., J. B. W. Wolf, P. C. Alves, L. Bergström, G. Colling, L. Dalén, L. De Meester, R. Ekblom, S. Fior, M. Hajibabaei, A. R. Hoezel, J. Höglund, E. L. Jensen, M. Krützen, A. J. Norman, E. M. Österling, N. J. Ouborg, J. Piccolo, C. R. Primmer, F. A. Reed, M. Roumet, J. Salmona, M. K. Schwartz, J. Thaulow, M. Valtonen, M. Weissensteiner, C. W. Wheat, and P. Zieliński. 2016. Reply to Garner et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31:83-84.
8. Jensen, E. L., W. Tapia, A. Caccone, and M. A. Russello. 2015. Genetics of a head-start program to guide conservation of an endangered Galápagos tortoise (Chelonoidis ephippium). Conservation Genetics 16: 823-832.
7. Milián-García, Y., E. L. Jensen, J. Madsen, S. Alvarez Alonso, A. Serrano Rodriguez, G. Espinosa Lopez, and M. A. Russello. 2015. Founded: genetics reconstruct lineage diversity and kinship within on-island captive populations of Cuban Amazon parrots to inform ex situ conservation. Journal of Heredity 106: 575-579. Article also available in Spanish.
6. Shafer, A. B., J. B. W. Wolf, P. C. Alves, L. Bergström, M. W. Bruford, I. Brännström, G. Colling, L. Dalén, L. De Meester, R. Ekblom, K. D. Fawcett, S. Fior, M. Hajibabaei, J. A. Hill, A. R. Hoezel, J. Höglund, E. L. Jensen, J. Krause, T. N. Kristensen, M. Krützen, J. K. McKay, A. J. Norman, R. Ogden, E. M. Österling, N. J. Ouborg, J. Piccolo, D. Popović, C. R. Primmer, F. A. Reed, M. Roumet, J. Salmona, T. Schenekar, M. K. Schwartz, G. Segelbacher, H. Senn, J. Thaulow, M. Valtonen, A. Veale, P. Vergeer, N. Vijay, C. Vilà, M. Weissensteiner, L. Wennerström, C. W. Wheat, and P. Zieliński. 2015. Genomics and the challenging translation into conservation practice. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30:78-87.
5. Jensen, E. L., P. Govindarajulu, and M. A. Russello. 2015. Genetic assessment of taxonomic uncertainty in Painted Turtles. Journal of Herpetology 49: 314-324.
4. Morbey, Y., E. L. Jensen, and M. A. Russello. 2014. Time scale matters: genetic analysis does not support adaptation-by-time as the mechanism for adaptive seasonal declines in kokanee reproductive lifespan. Ecology and Evolution 4:3714-3722.
3. Jensen, E. L., P. Govindarajulu, and M. A. Russello. 2014. When the shoe doesn’t fit: applying conservation unit concepts to western painted turtles at their northern periphery. Conservation Genetics 15:261-274.
2. Jensen, E. L., P. Govindarajulu, J. Madsen, and M. A. Russello. 2014. Extirpation by introgression?: Genetic evidence reveals hybridization between introduced Chrysemys picta and endangered Western Painted Turtles (C .p. bellii) in British Columbia. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 9:342-353.
1. Jensen, E. L., L. M. Dill, and J. F. Cahill. 2011. Applying behavioral-ecological theory to plant defense: light-dependent movement in Mimosa pudica suggests a trade-off between predation risk and energetic reward. American Naturalist 177:377-381.
Galápagos animals that I don't study... There is always the future though!