Publications

Submitted – Robinson, SJ, D Neitzel, R Moen, J Umber, K Hamilton, D Mulla, U Munderloh, P Redig, L Johnson, K Smith, C Turner, M Craft, K Pelican, Disease risk in a dynamic environment:  the spread of tick-borne diseases in Minnesota, USA.

2013 – Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, R Rolley, P Shelton. Using landscape epidemiological models to understand the distribution of chronic wasting disease in the Midwestern USA. Landscape Ecology (online early).

2012 – Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, D Lopez, P Shelton. The walk is never random: landscape genetics detect subtle effects of landscape barriers to white-tailed deer gene flow. Molecular Ecology (21) 4190-4205.

2012 – Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, CJ Johnson, J Aitken, M Adams. Emerging prion disease drives host selection in a wildlife population. Ecological Applications (22) 1050–1059.

2012 – Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, KI O’Rourke, CJ Johnson. The role of PRNP genetics in chronic wasting disease of wild cervids (A commissioned review). PRION (6) 153-162.

2012 – Peery, MZ, R Kirby, BN Reid, R Stoelting, E Doucet-Beer, SJ Robinson, C Vasquez-Carrillo, J Pauli, PJ Palsboll. Reliability of genetic bottleneck tests for detecting recent population declines (A commissioned review). Molecular Ecology (21) 3403-3418.

2012 – Robinson, SJ, RD Walrath, TR VanDeelen, KC Ver Cauteren. Genetic Measures Confirm Familial Relationships and Strengthen Study Design. The Wildlife Society Bulletin (36) 609-614.

2011 – Robinson SJ. Landscape Genetics and Epidemiology of Chronic Wasting Disease in Midwestern White-Tailed Deer. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.

2011 – Rogers, KG, SJ Robinson, MD Samuel, DA Grear. Diversity and distribution of white-tailed deer mtDNA lineages relative to CWD outbreak areas in southern Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health (74) 1521-1535.
(NOTE – output of mentored undergraduate researcher.)

2009 – Robinson SJ, LP Waits, ID Martin. Estimating abundance of American black bears using DNA-based capture–mark–recapture models. Ursus (20) 1-11.

2007 – Robinson SJ, LP Waits, ID Martin. Evaluating population structure of black bears on the Kenai Peninsula using mitochondrial and nuclear DNA analyses. Journal of Mammalogy (88) 1288-1299.

2007 – Robinson SJ, LP Waits, ID Martin. Evaluation of Genetic Structure Among Black Bear (Ursus americanus) in Kenai Fjords National Park (Southwest Alaska Network) and the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, pp. 65. National Park Service, Anchorage, AK.

2007 – Robinson SJ. Landscape Genetics of Black Bears (Ursus americanus) on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska: Phylogenetic, Population Genetic and Spatial Analyses. Master’s Thesis, U of Idaho, Moscow, ID.

2007 – Storfer A, MA Murphy, JS Evans, CS Goldberg, SJ Robinson, SF Spear, RJ Dezzani, E Delmelle, L Vierling, LP Waits. Putting the “landscape” in landscape genetics. Heredity (98) 128-142.

2007 – Jojola SM, SJ Robinson, KC VerCauteren. Oral rabies vaccine (ORV) bait uptake by captive striped skunks Journal of Wildlife Diseases (43) 97-106.

2007 – Primus TM, SM Jojola, SJ Robinson, JJ Johnston. Determination of sulfadimethoxine residues in skunk serum by HPLC. Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Tech. (30) 2095-2102.

2004 – Robinson SJ, SM Jojola, KC VerCauteren. The role of bait manipulation in the delivery of oral rabies vaccine to skunks. Proceedings of the 21st Vertebr Pest Conference (R.M. Timm and W.P. Gorenzel, Eds.) Published at Univ. of Calif., Davis, 194-197.

2004 – Jojola SM, SJ Robinson, KC VerCauteren. Oral rabies vaccine (ORV) bait uptake by striped skunks: preliminary results. Proceedings of the 21st Vertebr Pest Conference (R.M. Timm and W.P. Gorenzel, Eds.) Published at Univ. of Calif., Davis, 190-193.

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