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2016Ancient mitochondrial genomes clarify the evolutionary history of New Zealand's enigmatic acanthisittid wrensMitchell, K.; Wood, J.; Llamas, B.; McLenachan, P.; Kardailsky, O.; Scofield, R.; Worthy, T.; Cooper, A.
2015Ancient DNA analysis of dental calculusWeyrich, L.; Dobney, K.; Cooper, A.
2015Genome-wide patterns of selection in 230 ancient EurasiansMathieson, I.; Lazaridis, I.; Rohland, N.; Mallick, S.; Patterson, N.; Roodenberg, S.; Harney, E.; Stewardson, K.; Fernandes, D.; Novak, M.; Sirak, K.; Gamba, C.; Jones, E.; Llamas, B.; Dryomov, S.; Pickrell, J.; Arsuaga, J.; De Castro, J.; Carbonell, E.; Gerritsen, F.; et al.
2015Human paleogenetics of Europe - The known knowns and the known unknownsBrandt, G.; Szécsényi-Nagy, A.; Roth, C.; Alt, K.; Haak, W.
2015The Biarzo case in northern Italy: is the temporal dynamic of swine mitochondrial DNA lineages in Europe related to domestication?Vai, S.; Vilaça, S.; Romandini, M.; Benazzo, A.; Visentini, P.; Modolo, M.; Bertolini, M.; MacQueen, P.; Austin, J.; Cooper, A.; Caramelli, D.; Lari, M.; Bertorelle, G.
2014Integrating multiple lines of evidence into historical biogeography hypothesis testing: a Bison bison case studyMetcalf, J.; Prost, S.; Nogués-Bravo, D.; DeChaine, E.; Anderson, C.; Batra, P.; Araújo, M.; Cooper, A.; Guralnick, R.
2014Assessing the impact of water treatment on bacterial biofilms in drinking water distribution systems using high-throughput DNA sequencingShaw, J.; Monis, P.; Fabris, R.; Ho, L.; Braun, K.; Drikas, M.; Cooper, A.
2014Using ancient DNA to understand evolutionary and ecological processesOrlando, L.; Cooper, A.
2014Climate change underlies global demographic, genetic, and cultural transitions in pre-Columbian southern PeruFehren-Schmitz, L.; Haak, W.; Mächtle, B.; Masch, F.; Llamas, B.; Cagigao, E.; Sossna, V.; Schittek, K.; Cuadrado, J.; Eitel, B.; Reindel, M.
2013Rapid species identification of eight sympatric northern Australian macropods from faecal-pellet DNAWadley, J.; Austin, J.; Fordham, D.
2013Neolithic mitochondrial haplogroup H genomes and the genetic origins of EuropeansBrotherton, P.; Haak, W.; Templeton, J.; Soubrier, J.; Adler, C.; Richards, S.; Dersarkissian, C.; Cooper, A.
2012Last chance to see: the role of phylogeography in the preservation of tropical biodiversityMacqueen, Peggy Ellen
2012A lost link between a flightless parrot and a parasitic plant and the potential role of coprolites in conservation paleobiologyWood, J.; Wilmshurst, J.; Worthy, T.; Holzapfel, A.; Cooper, A.
2012Organic geochemistry and petrography of Kazhdumi (Albian-Cenomanian) and Pabdeh (Paleogene) potential source rocks in southern part of the Dezful Embayment, IranAlizadeh, B.; Sarafdokht, H.; Rajabi, M.; Opera, A.; Janbaz, M.
2011Using DNA from museum specimens to preserve the integrity of evolutionarily significant unit boundaries in threatened speciesPaplinska, J.; Taggart, D.; Corrigan, T.; Eldridge, M.; Austin, J.
2011Cryptic grey-bellied dunnart (Sminthopsis griseoventer) discovered in South Australia: genetic, morphological and subfossil analyses show the value of collecting voucher materialKemper, C.; Cooper, S.; Medlin, G.; Adams, M.; Stemmer, D.; Saint, K.; McDowell, G.; Austin, J.
2011Microsatellite loci for the endangered growling grass frog (Litoria raniformis), with cross amplification in other Australian frog speciesHale, J.; Heard, G.; Smith, K.; Blacket, M.; Austin, J.; Melville, J.
2011Phylogeography of the pademelons (Marsupialia: Macropodidae: Thylogale) in New Guinea reflects both geological and climatic events during the Plio-PleistoceneMacqueen, P.; Goldizen, A.; Austin, J.; Seddon, J.
2011Time-dependent rates of molecular evolutionHo, S.; Lanfear, R.; Bromham, L.; Phillips, M.; Soubrier, J.; Rodrigo, A.; Cooper, A.
2011Parallel evolution of genes and languages in the Caucasus regionBalanovsky, O.; Haak, W.; Adler, C.; Cooper, A.; Dersarkissian, C.