An up-to-date list can also be found on Ian’s Google Scholar profile.
* Lab postdocs are in green and grad students in purple.
28. Yuan M.L., Wogan G.O.U., and Wang I.J. (in press) Improved PCR amplification of vertebrate nuclear DNA from historical allozyme homogenates. Conservation Genetics Resources. doi: 10.1007/s12686-017-0811-4. [pdf]
27. Wogan G.O.U., and Wang I.J. (in press) The value of space-for-time substitution for studying fine-scale microevolutionary processes. Ecography.
26. Glassman S.I., Wang I.J., and Bruns T.D. (2017) Environmental filtering by pH and soil nutrients drives community assembly in fungi at fine spatial scales. Molecular Ecology, 26: 6960-6973.
25. Xu B., Sun G., Wang X., Lu J., Wang I.J.*, Wang Z.* (2017) Population genetic structure is shaped by historical, geographic, and environmental factors in the leguminous shrub Caragana microphylla on the Inner Mongolia Plateau of China. BMC Plant Biology, 17: 200. doi: 10.1186/s12870-017-1147-7 [* Indicates co-senior authorship.]
24. Wang I.J., Brenner J.C., and Butsic V. (2017) An emerging agricultural crop leads to deforestation and fragmentation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 15: 495-501. [pdf]
23. Balkenhol N., Dudaniec R.Y., Krutovsky K.V., Johnson J.S., Cairns D.M., Segelbacher G., Selkoe K., von der Heyden S., Wang I.J., Selmoni O., and Joost S. (2017) Landscape genomics: understanding relationships between environmental heterogeneity and genomic characteristics of populations. in Rajora O.P. (Ed.) Population Genomics (pp.XX-XX). New York: Springer.
22. Wang I.J. and Shaffer H.B. (2017) Population genetic and field-ecological analyses return similar estimates of dispersal over space and time in an endangered amphibian. Evolutionary Applications, 10: 630-639. [pdf]
21. Lourenco A., Alvarez D., Wang I.J., and Velo-Anton G. (2017) Trapped within the city: Integrating demography, time since isolation and population-specific traits to assess the genetic effects of urbanization. Molecular Ecology, 26: 1498-1514. [pdf]
20. Zhang Y., Wang I.J., Comes H.P., Hua P., Qiu Y.-X. (2016) Contributions of historical and contemporary geographic and environmental factors to phylogeographic structure in a Tertiary relict species, Emmenopterys henryi (Rubiaceae). Scientific Reports, 6: 24041
19. Richardson J.L., Brady S.P., Wang I.J., Spear S.F. (2016) Navigating the pitfalls and promise of landscape genetics. Molecular Ecology, 25: 849-863.
18. Wang I.J. and Bradburd G.S. (2014) Isolation by environment. Molecular Ecology, 23: 5649-5662.
17. Medina I., Wang I.J., Salazar C., and Amezquita A. 2013. Hybridization promotes color polymorphism in the aposematic harlequin poison frog, Oophaga histrionica. Ecology and Evolution, 3: 4388-4400. [pdf]
16. Wang I. J. 2013. Examining the full effects of landscape heterogeneity on spatial genetic variation: a multiple matrix regression approach for quantifying geographic and ecological isolation. Evolution, 67: 3403-3411. [Invited for Special Issue on Landscape Genetics]. [pdf]
15. Wollenberg-Valero K., Wang I.J., Glor R.E., and Losos J.B. 2013. Determinism in the diversification of Hispaniolan trunk-ground anoles (Anolis cybotes species complex). Evolution, 67: 3175-3190. [pdf]
14. Wang I. J., Glor R. E., and Losos J. B. 2013. Quantifying the roles of ecology and geography in spatial genetic divergence.Ecology Letters, 16: 175-182. [pdf]
13. Wang I. J. 2012. Environmental and topographical variables shape genetic structure and effective population sizes in the endangered Yosemite toad. Diversity and Distributions, 18: 1033-1041. [pdf]
12. Richards-Zawacki C.L., Wang I.J., and Summers K. 2012. Mate choice and the genetic basis for color variation in a polymorphic dart frog: inferences from a wild pedigree. Molecular Ecology, 21: 3879–3892. [cover article] [pdf]
11. Wang I. J. 2011. Inversely related aposematic traits: reduced conspicuousness evolves with increased toxicity in a polymorphic poison-dart frog. Evolution, 65: 1637-1649. [cover article] [pdf]
10. Wang I. J., Johnson J. R., Johnson B. B., and Shaffer H. B. 2011. Effective population size is strongly correlated with breeding pond size in the endangered California tiger salamander, Ambystoma californiense. Conservation Genetics, 12: 911-920.[pdf]9. Wang I. J. 2011. Choosing appropriate markers and analytical methods for testing landscape genetic hypotheses. Molecular Ecology, 20: 2480-2482.
8. Wang I. J. and Summers K. 2010. Genetic structure is correlated with phenotypic divergence rather than geographic isolation in the highly polymorphic strawberry poison-dart frog. Molecular Ecology, 19: 447-458. [cover article] [pdf]
7. Wang I. J. 2010. Recognizing the temporal distinctions between landscape genetics and phylogeography. Molecular Ecology, 19: 2605-2608. [pdf]
6. Thomson R. C., Wang I. J., and Johnson J. R. 2010. Genome-enabled development of molecular markers for ecology, evolution, and conservation. Molecular Ecology, 19: 2185-2194. [pdf]
5. Wang I. J. 2009. Fine-scale population structure in a desert amphibian: landscape genetics of the black toad (Bufo exsul).Molecular Ecology, 18: 3847-3856. [pdf]
4. Wang I. J., Savage W. K., and Shaffer H. B. 2009. Landscape genetics and GIS least cost path analysis reveal unexpected dispersal routes in the California tiger salamander, Ambystoma californiense. Molecular Ecology, 18: 1365-1374. [pdf]
3. Wang I. J. and Summers K. 2009. Highly polymorphic microsatellite markers for the highly polymorphic strawberry poison-dart frog and some of its congeners. Conservation Genetics, 10: 2033-2036. [pdf]
2. Wang I. J. and Shaffer H. B. 2008. Rapid color evolution in an aposematic species: a phylogenetic analysis of color variation in the strikingly polymorphic strawberry poison-dart frog. Evolution, 62: 2742-2759. [cover article] [pdf]
1. Wang I. J., Crawford A. J., and Bermingham E. 2008. Phylogeography of the pygmy rain frog (Pristimantis ridens) across the lowland wet forests of Isthmian Central America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 47: 992-1004. [pdf]