* indicates Bowdoin undergraduate student author

Martino, P.*, Carlon, D.B., Kingston S.E. 2019. Blue mussel (genus Mytilus) transcriptome response to simulated climate change in the Gulf of Maine. Journal of Shellfish Research. 38(3): 587-602. 10.2983/035.038.0310.

Kingston S.E., Martino P.*, Melendy M., Reed, F.A., Carlon D. B. 2018. Linking genotype to phenotype in a changing ocean: inferring the genomic architecture of a blue mussel stress response with genome-wide association. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 31: 346-361. 10.1111/jeb.13224.

Schuldt, M.* Bowdoin College Biology, Honors Thesis. 2018. Disease on the Half-Shell: Prevalence and impact of the protistan pathogen MSX on oyster population health throughout the Gulf of Maine. 1-46.

Rodríguez-Clark, K.M., Davidson, B., Kingston, S.E., Coyle, B.J., Huddleston, C., Duchesne, P. Braun, M.J. 2018. Evaluating a potential source of founders for ex situ conservation efforts: Genetic differentiation between disjunct populations of the endangered Red Siskin (Spinus cucullatus). Endangered Species Research. 10.3354/esr00898.

Fernandez Robledo, J.A., Marquis, N.D., Countway P.D., Record, N.R, Irish, E.L. Schuldt, M.*, Kingston, S.E., Bishop, T., Messerman, N.A., Bowden, T.J. 2018. Pathogens of marine bivalves in Maine (USA): a historical perspective. Aquaculture. 493: 9-17. 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2018.04.042.

Martino, P.*, Bowdoin College Biology, Honors Thesis. 2017. Linking stress phenotype to standing genetic variation amidst a changing climate. 1-77.

Reddy, S., Kimball, R.T., Pandey, A., Hosner, P.A., Braun, M.J., Hackett, S.J., Han, K-H., Harshman, J., Huddleston, C.J., Kingston, S.E., Marks, B.D., Miglia, K.J., Moore, W.S., Sheldon, F.H., Witt, C.C., Yuri, T., and Braun, E.L. 2017. Why do phylogenomic data sets yield conflicting trees? Data type influences the avian tree of life more than taxon sampling. Systematic Biology. 66:857-869. 10.1093/sysbio/syx041.

Kingston S.E., Parchman, T.P., Gompert, Z., Buerkle, C.A., and Braun, M.J. 2017. Heterogeneity and concordance in locus-specific differentiation and introgression between species of towhees. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 30: 474-485. 10.1111/jeb/13033. *cover image*

Kingston S.E., Navarro-Sigüenza A.G., García-Trejo E.A., Vázquez H., Fagan W.F., Braun M.J. 2014. Genetic differentiation and habitat connectivity across towhee hybrid zones in Mexico. Evolutionary Ecology. 28(2): 277-297. 10.1007/s10682-013-9673-8.

Kingston S.E., Jernigan R.W., Fagan W.F., Braun D., Braun M.J. 2012. Genomic variation in cline shape across a hybrid zone. Ecology and Evolution. 2(11): 2737–2748. 10.1002/ece3.375.

Kingston S.E., Adams L.D., Rosel P.E. 2009. Testing mitochondrial sequences and anonymous nuclear markers for phylogeny reconstruction in a rapidly radiating group: molecular systematics of the Delphininae (Cetacea: Odontoceti: Delphinidae). BMC Evolutionary Biology. 9:245. 10.1186/1471-2148-9-245. *highly accessed*

Kingston S.E., Rosel P.E. 2004. Genetic differentiation among recently diverged Delphinid taxa determined using AFLP markers. Journal of Heredity. 95:1-10. 10.1093/jhered/esh010.