**Note: This publication list is updated biannually. Follow this linkfor a complete and up-to-date list of lab publications.
2022 Hedden, C., Gido, K.B. and Cameron, A.C., 2022. How fast is too fast? Water velocity differentially affects growth of four Gila River, native cyprinids. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 31(1), pp.118-128.
Hamilton, G. H., T. L. Cooper, and T. F. Turner. 2022. Field estimates of mortality associated with passive integrated transponder tagging in the northern crayfish, Faxionus virilis. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. In Press.
Turner, T. F., D. L. Propst, and J. E. Brooks. 2022. Demographic and genetic attributes of small, isolated populations of Gila trout – prospects for persistence under a shifting climate regime. Proceedings of the 5th Advances in the Population Dynamics of Stream Salmonids. In Press.
Dombrosky. J., T. F. Turner, A. Harris, and E. L. Jones. 2022. Body size from unconventional specimens: a 3D geometric morphometrics approach to fishes from ancestral pueblo contexts. Journal of Archaeological Science 142: 105600.
Pilger, T. J., K. B. Gido. D. L. Propst, J. E. Whitney, and T. F. Turner. 2022. Demography predicts genetic effective size in a desert stream fish community. American Naturalist 200:275-291.
2021 Turner, T. F., A. C. Cameron, M. J. Osborne, and D. L. Propst. 2021. Origins and diversity of peripheral populations of Rio Grande Sucker Pantosteus plebeius in the southwestern United States. The Southwestern Naturalist, 66:25-34. Cameron, A. C., and C. L. Loughran. 2021. Crotalus atrox (Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake). Diet and feeding behavior. Herpetological Review 53 (1), 152-153
Driscoll, K.P. and Smith, D.M., 2021. Development of Riparian and Groundwater-Dependent Ecosystem Assessments for National Forests in the Western US. Sustainability, 13(8), p.4488.
Hoagstrom, C. W., and M. J. Osborne. 2021. Biogeography of Cyprinodon Across the Great Plains-Chihuahuan Desert Region and Adjacent Areas. Desert Fishes Council Special Publication 2021:20-76.
Franssen, N.R., Durst, S.L., Gilbert, E.I., Knight, W.K. and Ulibarri, M., 2021. Flow Conditioning of Hatchery‐Reared Razorback Sucker Increases Apparent Survival in the Wild. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 41(2), pp.545-555
Caeiro-Dias, G., Rocha, S., Couto, A., Pereira, C., Brelsford, A., Crochet, P.A. and Pinho, C., 2021. Nuclear phylogenies and genomics of a contact zone establish the species rank of Podarcis lusitanicus (Squamata, Lacertidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 164, p.107270.
Caeiro-Dias, G., Brelsford, A., Kaliontzopoulou, A., Meneses-Ribeiro, M., Crochet, P.A. and Pinho, C., 2021. Variable levels of introgression between the endangered Podarcis carbonelli and highly divergent congeneric species. Heredity, 126(3), pp.463-476.
Reale, J. K., T. P. Archdeacon, D.J. Van Horn, E. J. Gonzales, R. K. Dudley, T. F. Turner, C. N. Dahm. 2021. Differential effects of a catastrophic wildfire on downstream fish assemblages in an aridland river. Aquatic Ecology 55: 483–500
Camak, D. T., M. J. Osborne, and T. F. Turner. Population Genomics and Conservation of Gila Trout (Oncorhynchus gilae). Conservation Genetics https://doi.org/10.1007/s10592-021-01355-0.
Osborne, M.J., Portnoy, D.S., Fields, A.T., Bean, M.G., Hoagstrom, C.W. and Conway, K.W., 2021. Under the radar: genetic assessment of Rio Grande Shiner (Notropis jemezanus) and Speckled Chub (Macrhybopsis aestivalis), two Rio Grande basin endemic cyprinids that have experienced recent range contractions. Conservation Genetics, 22(2), pp.187-204.
Osborne, M.J., Hatt, J.L., Gilbert, E.I. and Davenport, S.R., 2021. Still time for action: genetic conservation of imperiled South Canadian River fishes, Arkansas River Shiner (Notropis girardi), Peppered Chub (Macrhybopsis tetranema) and Plains Minnow (Hybognathus placitus). Conservation Genetics, pp.1-19. 2020 Propst, D. L., T. F. Turner, J. A. Monzingo, J. E. Brooks, D. J. Myers (2020) Ecology, politics, and conservation of Gila trout. In Williams, J., D. L., Propst, C. Hoagstrom, K. Bestgen, eds. Standing Between Life and Extinction. University of Chicago Press.
Gilbert, E.I., Durst, S.L., Diver, T.A., Mello, H., Bertrand, N.G. and Franssen, N.R., 2020. Efficacy of fluorescent calcein mark retention and identification in endangered Colorado pikeminnow Ptychocheilus lucius. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 27(3), pp.258-269.
Pennock, C.A., McKinstry, M.C., Cathcart, C.N., Gido, K.B., Francis, T.A., Hines, B.A., MacKinnon, P.D., Hedden, S.C., Gilbert, E.I., Cheek, C.A. and Speas, D.W., 2020. Movement ecology of imperilled fish in a novel ecosystem: River‐reservoir movements by razorback sucker and translocations to aid conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 30(8), pp.1540-1551.
Hedden, S.C., Gido, K.B., Hedden, C.K., Pennock, C.A., Duran, B.R., Hines, B.A., Gilbert, E.I., McKinstry, M.C., Durst, S.L. and Franssen, N.R., 2020. Quantifying consumption of native fishes by nonnative Channel Catfish in a desert river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
Kegerries, R.B., Albrecht, B., McKinstry, M.C., Rogers, R.J., Valdez, R.A., Barkalow, A.L., Gilbert, E.I., Mohn, H.E., Healy, B. and Smith, E.O., 2020. Small-bodied fish surveys demonstrate native fish dominance over 300 kilometers of the Colorado River through Grand Canyon, Arizona. Western North American Naturalist, 80(2), pp.146-156.
Turner, T.F., T. E. Dowling, Megan J. Osborne, T. J. Krabbenhoft, and T. J. Pilger (2020) Conservation genetics of desert fishes in the genomics age. In Williams, J., D. L., Propst, C. Hoagstrom, K. Bestgen, eds. Standing Between Life and Extinction. University of Chicago Press.
Osborne, M. J., A. L. Cameron, S. McKittrick, B. Fitzgerald, M. Paulk, and T. F. Turner (2020) The complete mitochondrial genomes of three imperiled cyprinid fishes Bonytail (Gila elegans), Rio Grande Silvery Minnow (Hybognathus amarus) and Loach Minnow (Tiaroga cobitis), Mitochondrial DNA Part B 5:2368-2370.
Osborne, M. J., T. E. Dowling, K. B. Scribner, and T. F. Turner (2020) Perspective: Wild at heart: programs to diminish negative ecological and evolutionary effects of conservation hatcheries. Biological Conservation, Online Early.
Carson, E. M., M. J. Osborne, and T. F. Turner (2020) Relationship of effective size to hatchery supplementation and habitat connectivity in a simulated population of Rio Grande Silvery Minnow. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40:922-938.
Schwemm, M.R., Thompson, K.G., Carson, E.W., Osborne, M.J. and Turner, T.F. (2020) Species composition and hybridization among native and nonnative catostomid fishes in two streams of the Gunnison River basin, Colorado. Western North American Naturalist 80:81-89.
2019 Turner, T. F. (2019) A ‘cutt’ above the rest: theory, practice, and challenges of naming species of iconic trout. Environmental Biology of Fishes 102,1569-1571.
Schwemm, M. R., A. M. Asher, E. J. Heist, T. F. Turner, A. A. Echelle (2019) Genetic management of North American Paddlefish: case studies and recommendations. American Fisheries Society Symposium 88, 29-48.
Turner, T. F., T. J. Pilger, M. J. Osborne, D. L. Propst (2019) Rio Grande Sucker Pantosteus plebeius is native to the Gila River Basin. Copeia 107, 393-403.
Matthews, W.J. and Turner, T.F. (2019). Redescription and recognition of Etheostoma cyanorum from Blue River, Oklahoma. Copeia107, 208-218.
Gido, K. B., Propst, D. L., Whitney, J. E., Hedden, S. C., Turner, T. F., & Pilger, T. J. (2019). Pockets of resistance: Response of arid‐land fish communities to climate, hydrology, and wildfire. Freshwater Biology 64 (4), 761-777
Osborne, M. J., Cordova, S. J., Cameron, A. C., & Turner, T. F. (2019). Isolation by elevation: mitochondrial divergence among sky island populations of Sacramento Mountain salamander (Aneides hardii). Conservation Genetics, 1-12.
Alò D, Correa C, Samaniego H, Krabbenhoft C.A., & Turner T.F. (2019). Otolith microchemistry and diadromy in Patagonian river fishes. PeerJ, 7.
2018 Echelle, A. A., M. R. Schwemm, A. F. Echelle, W. D. Wilson, & T. F. Turner (2019) Native-nonnative status of Gambusia geiseri (Poeciliidae) in west Texas with assessment of a missing mitochondrial ancestor of Gambusia speciosa. The Southwestern Naturalist 63:161-168.
Osborne, M. J., Sanchez, A. V., Dowling, T. E., & Turner, T. F. (2018). Variance in Reproductive Success is Driven by Environmental Factors, not Mating System, in Bonytails. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 147:1100-1114.
Krabbenhoft, T. J., & Turner, T. F. (2018). Comparative transcriptomics of cyprinid minnows and carp in a common wild setting: a resource for ecological genomics in freshwater communities. DNA Research, 25:11-23.
2017 Whitney, J. E., Gido, K. B., Hedden, S. C., Macpherson, G. L., Pilger, T. J., Propst, D. L., & Turner, T. F. (2017). Identifying the source population of fish re-colonizing an arid-land stream following wildfire-induced extirpation using otolith microchemistry. Hydrobiologia, 797(1), 29-45.
Krabbenhoft, C. A., Burdett, A. S., & Turner, T. F. (2017). Direct and indirect effects of predatory young‐of‐year fishes in a dryland river food web. Freshwater Biology, 62(8), 1410-1421.
Pilger, T. J., Gido, K. B., Propst, D. L., Whitney, J. E., & Turner, T. F. (2017). River network architecture, genetic effective size and distributional patterns predict differences in genetic structure across species in a dryland stream fish community. Molecular Ecology, 26(10), 2687-2697.
Osborne, M. J., Pilger, T. J., Lusk, J. D., & Turner, T. F. (2017). Spatio‐temporal variation in parasite communities maintains diversity at the major histocompatibility complex class IIβ in the endangered Rio Grande silvery minnow. Molecular Ecology, 26(2), 471-489.
2016 Matthews, W. J., Turner, T. F., & Osborne, M. J. (2016). Breakdown of a Hybrid Swarm between Two Darters (Percidae), Etheostoma radiosum and Etheostoma spectabile, with Loss of One Parental Species. Copeia, 104(4), 873-878.
Bertrand, K. N., VanDeHey, J. A., Pilger, T. J., Felts, E. A., & Turner, T. F. (2016). Genetic structure of a disjunct peripheral population of mountain sucker Pantosteus jordani in the Black Hills, South Dakota, USA. Conservation Genetics, 17(4), 775-784.
Whitney, J. E., Gido, K. B., Pilger, T. J., Propst, D. L., & Turner, T. F. (2016). Metapopulation analysis indicates native and non‐native fishes respond differently to effects of wildfire on desert streams. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 25(3), 376-392.
Carson, E. W., Turner, T. F., Saltzgiver, M. J., Adams, D., Kesner, B. R., Marsh, P. C., ... & Dowling, T. E. (2016). Retention of Ancestral Genetic Variation Across Life-Stages of an Endangered, Long-Lived Iteroparous Fish. Journal of Heredity, 107(6), 567-572.
Osborne, M. J., Diver, T. A., Hoagstrom, C. W., & Turner, T. F. (2016). Biogeography of ‘Cyprinella lutrensis’: intensive genetic sampling from the Pecos River ‘melting pot’ reveals a dynamic history and phylogenetic complexity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 117(2), 264-284.
Gori, D., Sooper, M. S., Soles, E. S., Stone, M., Morrison, R., Turner, T. F., ... & Kindscher, K. (2016). Gila River flow needs assessment.
Krabbenhoft, T. J., & Turner, T. F. (2016). Analytical considerations for comparative transcriptomics of wild organisms. bioRxiv, 048652.