*Undergraduate student

**Graduate student

Fidino, M. et al. Landscape-scale differences among cities alters species’ responses to urbanization. In press, Ecological Applications.

Zellmer, A.J., E. Wood, T. Surasinghe, B. J. Putman, G. B. Pauly, S. Magle, J. Lewis, C. Kay, M. Fidino. 2020. What can we learn from wildlife sightings during the COVID-19 global shutdown? Ecosphere 11(8): e03215.

Zellmer, A.J., P. Slezak*, T.S. Katz**. 2020. Clearing up the crystal ball: understanding uncertainty in future climate suitability projections for amphibians. Herpetologica. 76(2) 108-120.

Katrak-Adefowora, R.*, J.L. Blickley, & A.J. Zellmer. 2020. Just-in-time training improves accuracy of citizen scientist wildlife identifications from camera trap photos. Citizen Science: Theory & Practice. 5(1), 8.

Pondella, D.J., II, S. Piacenza, J.T. Claisse, J. Williams, C. Williams**, A.J. Zellmer, & J. Casselle. 2019. Assessing drivers of fish biomass: a case study using the nearshore rocky reefs of the Southern California Bight. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 628, 125-140. doi:10.3354/meps13103

Zellmer, A. J., J. T. Claisse, C. M. Williams**, S. Schwab*, and Pondella, D. J. 2019. Predicting Optimal Sites for Ecosystem Restoration Using Stacked-Species Distribution Modeling. Front. Mar. Sci. 6, 3. doi:10.3389/FMARS.2019.00003.

Friis, G.**, G. Fandos, A.J. Zellmer, J.E. McCormack, B.C. Faircloth, and B. Milá. 2018. Genome-wide signals of drift and local adaptation during rapid lineage divergence in a songbird. Mol. Ecol. 27, 5137–5153. doi:10.1111/mec.14946.

Venkatraman, M. X.*, D.A. DeRaad*, W.L.E. Tsai, E. Zarza, A.J. Zellmer, J.M. Maley, & J.E. McCormack. 2019. Cloudy with a chance of speciation: integrative taxonomy reveals extraordinary divergence within a Mesoamerican cloud forest bird. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 126, 1–15. doi:10.1093/biolinnean/bly156.

Zellmer, A. J., H. Burdick, I. Medel, D. J. Pondella, and T. Ford. 2018. Aerial surveys and distribution models enable monitoring of fishing in Marine Protected Areas. Ocean Coast. Manag. 165, 298–306. doi:10.1016/J.OCECOAMAN.2018.08.027.

Pondella, D.J., II, M.J. Robart, J.T. Claisse, J.P. Williams, C.M. Williams, A.J. Zellmer, & S.E. Piacenza. Ecological significance of the outer banks of the Southern California Bight. Western North American Naturalist.

Zellmer, A.J., J.T. Claisse, C.M. Williams, & D.J. Pondella. 2018. Long-term, spatial marine harvest intensity as an indicator of human impact on shallow rocky reef ecosystemsMarine Ecology 39(S1), e12463.

Zellmer, A.J. 2018. Microgeographic morphological variation across larval wood frog populations associated with environment despite gene flow. Ecology and Evolution.

Zellmer, A.J. & A. Sherman. 2017. Culturally inclusive STEM education. Science 358(6361): 312-313. 10.1126/science.aaq0358

Aronson, H.S.*, A.J. Zellmer, & S.K. Goffredi. 2017. The specific and exclusive microbiome of the deep-sea bone-eating snail, Rubyspira osteovora. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 93(3): fiw250.

Zellmer, A. 2016. Family-friendly science. Science 354(6315): 1070.

Bryson Jr., R., W. Savary, A. Zellmer, B. Bury, J. McCormack. 2016. Genomic data reveal ancient microendemism in forest scorpions across the California Floristic Province. Molecular Ecology 25: 3731–3751

Satler, J.D.**, A.J. Zellmer, & B.C. Carstens. 2016. Biogeographic barriers drive co-diversification within associated eukaryotes of the Sarracenia alata pitcher plant system. PeerJ. DOI 10.7717/peerj.1576

Mikovari*, A., J. Williams, F. Oakes, R.B. Lincicum, A.J. Zellmer, & G.G. Martin. 2015. Radula development in the giant key-hole limpet, Megathura crenulata. Journal of Shellfish Research.

Pelletier, T.A.**, C. Crisafulli, S. Wagner, A.J. Zellmer, & B.C. Carstens. 2014. Historical species distribution models predict species limits in western Plethodon salamanders. Systematic Biology. DOI:10.1093/sysbio/syu090

McCormack, J.E., S. Hird, A.J. Zellmer, B.C. Carstens, & R.T. Brumfield. 2013. Applications of next-generation sequencing to phylogeography and phylogenetics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 66: 526-538.

Zellmer, A.J., M.M. Hanes, S.M. Hird, & B.C. Carstens. 2012. Deep phylogeographic structure and environmental differentiation in the carnivorous plant Sarracenia alata. Systematic Biology 61: 763-777.

McCormack, J.E., A.J. Zellmer, & L.L. Knowles. 2010. Does niche divergence accompany allopatric divergence in Aphelocoma jays as predicted under ecological speciation?: Insights from tests with niche models. Evolution 64: 1231-1244.

Zellmer, A.J. & L.L. Knowles. 2009. Disentangling the effects of historic vs. contemporary landscape structure on population genetic divergence. Molecular Ecology 18: 3593-3602.

Zellmer, A.J., C.L. Richards, & L.M. Martens*. 2008. Low prevalence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis across Rana sylvatica populations in southeastern Michigan. Herpetological Review 39: 196-199.

Richards, C.L., A.J. Zellmer, & L.M. Martens*. 2008. Absence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis from Oophaga pumilio populations on Bastimentos Island, Panama. Herpetological Review 39: 200-202.

Zellmer, A.J., T.F.H. Allen, & K. Kesseboehmer. 2006. The nature of ecological complexity: a protocol for building the narrative. Ecological Complexity 3: 171-182.

Allen, T.F.H., A.J. Zellmer, & C.J. Wuennenberg. 2005. The loss of narrative. In Ecological Paradigms Lost: Routes to Theory Change. Eds. K. Cuddington and B. Beisner. Academic/Elsevier.

McCormick, R.J., A.J. Zellmer, & T.F.H. Allen. 2004. Type, scale, and adaptive narrative: Keeping models of salmon, toxicology and risk alive to the world. Landscape Ecology and Wildlife Habitat Evaluation: Critical Information for Ecological Risk Assessment, Land-Use Management Activities, and Biodiversity Enhancement Practices, ASTM STP 1458, L.A. Kapustka, H. Gilbraith, M. Luxon, and G.R. Biddinger, Eds., ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA.