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Steven Kalinowski
Department of Ecology
Montana State University
310 Lewis Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717

Tel: (406) 994-3232

Kalinowski Publications


Powell JH, ST KALINOWSKI, MD Higgs, MR Ebinger, NV Vu, PC Cross (2011)  Microsatellites indicate minimal barriers to mule deer Odocoileus hemionus dispersalacross Montana. Wildlife Biology (In review).

Gates KK, Vu NV, Burhch JB, Keebaugh JL, KALINOWSKI ST, Kerans BL (2010) Re-description of the Snake River Physa Physa (Haitia) Natricina Taylor 1988 (Pulmonata: Physidae) as a distinct species. Conservation Genetics (In review).

Drinan DP, AV Zale, MAH Webb, ML Taper, BB Shepard, ST KALINOWSKI (2011) Evidence of local adaptation in a Rocky Mountain trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (Accepted pending revision).

Hopkins JB, P Koch, J Ferguson, CC Schwartz, S Greenleaf, ST Kalinowski (2011) Stable isotopes to detect food-conditioned bears and evaluate human-bear management. Journal of Wildlife Management (In press).

Muhlfeld CC, V D’Angelo, ST KALINOWSKI, EL Landguth, CC Downs, J Tohtz, JL Kershner (2011) A fine-scale assessment of using barriers to conserve native stream salmonids: A case study in Akokala Creek, Glacier National Park. The Open Fish Science Journal (In press).

Andrews TM, MJ Leonard, CA Colgrove, ST Kalinowski (2011) Active learning not associated with student learning in a random sample of college biology courses. CBE Life Sciences Education 10: 394-405. pdf

Andrews TM, ST KALINOWSKI ST , MJ Leonard (2011) ‘Are humans evolving?’ A classroom discussion to change student misconceptions regarding natural selection. Evolution Education and Outreach 4: 456-466. pdf

Drinan DP, ST KALINOWSKI, NV Vu, BB Shepard, CC Muhlfeld, M Campbell (2011) Genetic variation in westslope cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi: implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics 12: 1513-1523. pdf

Sawaya MA, T Ruth, S Creel, ST KALINOWSKI (2011) Evaluation of noninvasive genetic sampling methods for cougars using a radio-collared population in Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Wildlife Management 75: 612-622. pdf

Vu NV, BJ Novak, ST KALINOWSKI (2011) Diagnostic single nucleotide polymorphisms for identifying westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi), Yellowstone cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii bouvieri), and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Molecular Ecology Resources 11:389-393. pdf

Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium et al. (2011) Permanent genetic resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 August 2010—30 September 2010: Twelve new tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for Westslope cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi (Salmonidae). Molecular Ecology Resources 11: 219-222. pdf of primer note

KALINOWSKI ST (2011) The computer program STRUCTURE does not reliably identify the main genetic clusters within species: simulations and implications for human population structure. Heredity 106: 625-632. pdf

Steed AC, Zale AV, Koel TM, KALINOWSKI ST (2010) Population viability of Arctic grayling in the Gibbon River, Yellowstone National Park. North American Journal of Fisheries 30:1582-1590. pdf

Hopkins JB, S Herrero, R Shideler, KA Gunther, CC Schwartz, ST Kalinowski (2010) A proposed lexicon of terms and concepts in uman-bear management in Northy America. Ursus 21:154-168. pdf

Meeuwig MH, CS Guy, ST KALINOWSKI, WA Fredenberg (2010) Landscape influences on genetic differentiation among bull trout populations in a stream-lake network. Molecular Ecology 19: 3620-3633. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, MJ Leonard, T Andrews (2010) Nothing in evolution makes sense except in the light of DNA. CBE-Life Sciences Education 9: 87-97. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, CC Muhlfeld, CS Guy, B Cox (2010) Founding population size of an aquatic invasive species. Conservation Genetics11: 2049-2053. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2010) How to use SNPs and other diagnostic diallelic genetic markers to identify the composition of multi-species hybrids. Conservation Genetics Resources 2: 63-66. pdf

Costello CM, SR Creel, ST KALINOWSKI, NV Vu, HB Quigley (2009) Determinants of male reproductive success in American black bears.  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64:125-134. pdf

Muhlfeld CC, ST KALINOWSKI, TE McMahon, S Painter, RF Leary, ML Taper, FW Allendorf (2009) Hybridization reduces fitness of cutthroat trout in the wild. Biology Letters 5:328-331. pdf

Rollins MF, NV Vu, IB Spies, ST KALINOWSKI (2009) Twelve microsatellite loci for lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Molecular Ecology Resources 9:871-873. pdf

Vu NV, ST KALINOWSKI (2009) Twelve tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for westslope cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi (Salmonidae) Conservation Genetics Resources 1:249-251. pdf

KALINOWSI ST (2009) How well do evolutionary trees describe genetic relationships between populations? Heredity 102:506-513. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, MH Meeuwig, SR Narum, ML Taper (2008) Stream trees: a statistical method for mapping genetic differences between populations of freshwater organisms to the sections of streams that connect them. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 2752-2760. pdf

Costello CM, SR Creel, ST KALINOWSKI, NV Vu, HB Quigley (2008) Sex-biased natal dispersal and inbreeding avoidance in American black bears as revealed by spatial genetic analyses. Molecular Ecology 17: 4713-4723. pdf

Anderson EC, RS Waples, ST KALINOWSKI (2008). An improved method for estimating the accuracy of genetic stock identification. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65:1475-1486. pdf

Wagner AP, S Creel, LG Frank, ST KALINOWSKI (2007) Patterns of relatedness and parentage in an asocial, polyandrous striped hyena population. Molecular Ecology 16:4356–4369. pdf

Garrott RA, JE Bruggeman, MS Becker, ST KALINOWSKI, PJ White (2007) Evaluating prey switching in wolf-ungulate systems. Ecological Applications 17:1588-1597. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper, TC Marshall (2007) Revising how the computer program CERVUS accommodates genotyping error increases success in paternity assignment. Molecular Ecology 16:1099-1106. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper (2007) The effect of seat location upon student performance in an introductory biology class. Journal of College Science Teaching 36:54-57. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2006) HW-QuickCheck: a computer program for checking genotypes for agreement with Hardy-Weinberg expectations. Molecular Ecology Notes 6:974-979. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper (2006) Maximum likelihood estimation of the frequency of null alleles at microsatellite loci. Conservation Genetics 7:991-995. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper, AM Metz (2006) Can mutation and natural selection mimic design? A guided inquiry laboratory for undergraduate students. Genetics 174:1073–1079. pdf

Moran P, DJ Teel, ES La Hood, J Drake, S KALINOWSKI (2006) Standardizing multi-laboratory microsatellite data in Pacific salmon: An historical view of the future. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15:597-605. pdf

Wagner AP, Creel S, KALINOWSKI ST (2006) Estimating relatedness and relationships using microsatellite loci with null alleles. Heredity 97:336–345. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, MA Sawaya, ML Taper (2006) Individual identification and distribution of genotypic differences between individuals. Journal of Wildlife Management 70:148-150. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper, S Creel (2006) Using DNA from non-invasive samples to identify individuals and census populations: an evidential approach tolerant of genotyping errors. Conservation Genetics 7:319-329. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, AP Wagner, ML Taper (2006) ML-Relate: Software for estimating relatedness and relationship from multilocus genotypes. Molecular Ecology Notes 6:576-579. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper, AM Metz (2006) How are humans related to other primates? A guided inquiry laboratory for undergraduate students. Genetics 172:1379-1383. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, ML Taper (2005) Evaluating maximum likelihood estimates of relative fitness for a common experimental design. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 62:693-699. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2005) HP-Rare: A computer program for performing rarefaction on measures of allelic diversity. Molecular Ecology Notes 5:187-189. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2005) Do polymorphic loci require larger sample sizes to estimate genetic distances? Heredity 94:33-36. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2004) Genetic polymorphism and mixed stock fisheries analysis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 61:1075-1082. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2004) Counting alleles with rarefaction: private alleles and hierarchical sampling designs. Conservation Genetics 5:539-543. pdf

Winans GA, MM Paquin, DM Van Doornik, BM Baker, P Thornton, D Rawding, A Marshall, P Moran, ST KALINOWSKI (2004) Genetic stock identification of steelhead in the Columbia River basin: an evaluation of different molecular markers. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:672-685. pdf

Spidle AP, ST KALINOWSKI, BA Lubinski, DL Perkins, KF Beland, JF Kocik, TL King (2003) Population structure of Atlantic salmon in Maine with reference to populations from Atlantic Canada. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:196-209. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2002) Evolutionary and statistical properties of genetic distances. Molecular Ecology 11:1263-1273. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST (2002) How many alleles per locus should be used to estimate genetic distances? Heredity 88:62-65. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, RS Waples (2002) The ratio of effective to census size in fluctuating populations. Conservation Biology 16:129-136. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick (2001) Estimation of linkage disequilibrium for loci with multiple alleles: basic approach and an application using data from bighorn sheep. Heredity 87:698-708.

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick (2001) Inbreeding depression in captive bighorn sheep. Animal Conservation 4:319-324. pdf

Gutiérrez-Espeleta GA, PW Hedrick, ST KALINOWSKI, WM Boyce (2001) Is the decline of desert bighorn sheep from infectious disease the result of low MHC variation? Heredity 86:439-50. pdf

King TL, ST KALINOWSKI, WB Schill, AP Spidle, BA Lubinski (2001) Population structure of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): a range-wide perspective from microsatellite DNA variation. Molecular Ecology 10:807-821. pdf

Gutiérrez-Espeleta GA, ST KALINOWSKI, WM Boyce, PW Hedrick (2000) Genetic variation and population structure in desert bighorn sheep: implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics 1:3-15. pdf

Hedrick PW, ST KALINOWSKI (2000) Inbreeding depression in conservation biology. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 31:139-162. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick, PS Miller (2000) Inbreeding depression in the Speke’s gazelle captive breeding program. Conservation Biology 14:1375-1384. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick (1999) Detecting inbreeding depression is difficult in captive endangered species. Animal Conservation 2:131-136. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick, PS Miller (1999) No inbreeding depression observed in Mexican and red wolf captive breeding programs. Conservation Biology 13:1371-1377. pdf

KALINOWSKI ST, PW Hedrick (1998) An improved method for estimating inbreeding depression in pedigrees. Zoo Biology 17:481-497. pdf

Boyce WM, PW Hedrick, NE Muggli-Cockett, ST KALINOWSKI, MCT Penedo, RR Ramey II (1997) Genetic variation of major histocompatibility complex and microsatellite loci: a comparison in bighorn sheep. Genetics 145:421-433. pdf