Catherine Cullingham
Catherine Cullingham
Assistant Professor, Carleton University
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The K = 2 conundrum
JK Janes, JM Miller, JR Dupuis, RM Malenfant, JC Gorrell, CI Cullingham, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (14), 3594-3602, 2017
Of glaciers and refugia: a decade of study sheds new light on the phylogeography of northwestern North America
ABA Shafer, CI Cullingham, SD Côté, DW Coltman
Molecular ecology 19 (21), 4589-4621, 2010
Mountain pine beetle host‐range expansion threatens the boreal forest
CI Cullingham, JEK Cooke, S Dang, CS Davis, BJ Cooke, DW Coltman
Molecular ecology 20 (10), 2157-2171, 2011
Differential permeability of rivers to raccoon gene flow corresponds to rabies incidence in Ontario, Canada
CI Cullingham, CJ Kyle, BA Pond, EE Rees, BN White
Molecular Ecology 18 (1), 43-53, 2009
Conservation translocations and post-release monitoring: Identifying trends in failures, biases, and challenges from around the world
CM Bubac, AC Johnson, JA Fox, CI Cullingham
Biological Conservation 238, 108239, 2019
The influence of a priori grouping on inference of genetic clusters: simulation study and literature review of the DAPC method
JM Miller, CI Cullingham, RM Peery
Heredity 125 (5), 269-280, 2020
Broad and fine‐scale genetic analysis of white‐tailed deer populations: estimating the relative risk of chronic wasting disease spread
CI Cullingham, EH Merrill, MJ Pybus, TK Bollinger, GA Wilson, ...
Evolutionary Applications 4 (1), 116-131, 2011
Confidently identifying the correct K value using the ΔK method: When does K = 2?
CI Cullingham, JM Miller, RM Peery, JR Dupuis, RM Malenfant, JC Gorrell, ...
Molecular Ecology 29 (5), 862-869, 2020
Characterizing the physical and genetic structure of the lodgepole pine× jack pine hybrid zone: mosaic structure and differential introgression
CI Cullingham, PMA James, JEK Cooke, DW Coltman
Evolutionary applications 5 (8), 879-891, 2012
Combining direct and indirect genetic methods to estimate dispersal for informing wildlife disease management decisions
CI Cullingham, BA Pond, CJ Kyle, EE Rees, RC Rosatte, BN White
Molecular Ecology 17 (22), 4874-4886, 2008
Genetic structure of raccoons in eastern North America based on mtDNA: implications for subspecies designation and rabies disease dynamics
CI Cullingham, CJ Kyle, BA Pond, BN White
Canadian Journal of Zoology 86 (9), 947-958, 2008
Multiscale population genetic analysis of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus hemionus) in western Canada sheds new light on the spread of chronic wasting disease
CI Cullingham, SM Nakada, EH Merrill, TK Bollinger, MJ Pybus, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (2), 134-147, 2011
Assessing a landscape barrier using genetic simulation modelling: implications for raccoon rabies management
EE Rees, BA Pond, CI Cullingham, R Tinline, D Ball, CJ Kyle, BN White
Preventive veterinary medicine 86 (1-2), 107-123, 2008
Soil humic acids degrade CWD prions and reduce infectivity
A Kuznetsova, C Cullingham, D McKenzie, JM Aiken
PLoS pathogens 14 (11), e1007414, 2018
Multiple founder effects are followed by range expansion and admixture during the invasion process of the raccoon (Procyon lotor) in Europe
ML Fischer, I Salgado, J Beninde, R Klein, AC Frantz, M Heddergott, ...
Diversity and Distributions 23 (4), 409-420, 2017
Circumpolar genetic structure and recent gene flow of polar bears: a reanalysis
RM Malenfant, CS Davis, CI Cullingham, DW Coltman
PLoS One 11 (3), e0148967, 2016
Isolation, characterization and multiplex genotyping of raccoon tetranucleotide microsatellite loci
CI Cullingham, CJ Kyle, BN White
Molecular Ecology Notes 6 (4), 1030-1032, 2006
Landscape modelling spatial bottlenecks: implications for raccoon rabies disease spread
EE Rees, BA Pond, CI Cullingham, RR Tinline, D Ball, CJ Kyle, BN White
Biology Letters 5 (3), 387-390, 2009
Cross‐species outlier detection reveals different evolutionary pressures between sister species
CI Cullingham, JEK Cooke, DW Coltman
New Phytologist 204 (1), 215-229, 2014
Spatial patterns of neutral and functional genetic variations reveal patterns of local adaptation in raccoon (Procyon lotor) populations exposed to raccoon rabies
CJ Kyle, Y Rico, S Castillo, V Srithayakumar, CI Cullingham, BN White, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (9), 2287-2298, 2014
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