Kayla Hardwick
Kayla Hardwick
Verified email at reed.edu
TitleCited byYear
Goldilocks meets Santa Rosalia: an ephemeral speciation model explains patterns of diversification across time scales
EB Rosenblum, BAJ Sarver, JW Brown, S Des Roches, KM Hardwick, ...
Evolutionary Biology 39 (2), 255-261, 2012
1232012
The population genomics of rapid adaptation: disentangling signatures of selection and demography in white sands lizards
S Laurent, SP Pfeifer, ML Settles, SS Hunter, KM Hardwick, L Ormond, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (1), 306-323, 2016
412016
Who initiates extrapair mating in song sparrows?
Ç Akçay, WA Searcy, SE Campbell, VA Reed, CN Templeton, ...
Behavioral Ecology 23 (1), 44-50, 2012
282012
Assembly by Reduced Complexity (ARC): a hybrid approach for targeted assembly of homologous sequences
SS Hunter, RT Lyon, BAJ Sarver, K Hardwick, LJ Forney, ML Settles
Biorxiv, 014662, 2015
192015
Asymmetrical mate preference in recently adapted White Sands and black lava populations of Sceloporus undulatus
KM Hardwick, JM Robertson, EB Rosenblum
Current Zoology 59 (1), 20-30, 2013
172013
Asymmetrical mate preference in recently adapted white sands and black lava populations of Sceloporus undulatus
KM Hardwick, JM Robertson, EB Rosenblum
Curr. Zool. 59, 20-30, 2013
172013
Asymmetrical mate preference in recently adapted white sands and black lava populations of Sceloporus undulatus
KM Hardwick, JM Robertson, EB Rosenblum
Curr. Zool. 59, 20-30, 2013
172013
When field experiments yield unexpected results: lessons learned from measuring selection in White Sands lizards
KM Hardwick, LJ Harmon, SD Hardwick, EB Rosenblum
PloS one 10 (2), 2015
72015
Assembly by Reduced Complexity (ARC): a hybrid approach for targeted assembly of homologous sequences. bioRxiv
SS Hunter, RT Lyon, BAJ Sarver, K Hardwick, LJ Forney, ML Settles
52015
Assembly by Reduced Complexity (ARC): a hybrid approach for targeted assembly of homologous sequences. bioRxiv: 014662
SS Hunter, RT Lyon, BAJ Sarver, K Hardwick, LJ Forney, ML Settles
52015
The choice of tree prior and molecular clock does not substantially affect phylogenetic inferences of diversification rates
BAJ Sarver, MW Pennell, JW Brown, S Keeble, KM Hardwick, J Sullivan, ...
PeerJ 7, e6334, 2019
42019
Behavior, Selection, and the Genetics of Adaptation During the Early Stages of Ecological Divergence
KM Hardwick
University of Idaho, 2015
2015
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