Peer-Reviewed Publications


Younger JL, Dempster P, Nyári ÁS, Helms TO, Raherilalao M-J, Goodman SM, Reddy S. Phylogeography of the Rufous vanga and the role of bioclimatic transition zones in promoting speciation within Madagascar. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 139: 106535. (PDF)

Clucas GV*, Younger JL*, Kao D, Emmerson LM, Southwell C, Wienecke B, Rogers AD, Bost C-A, Miller GD, Polito MJ, Lelliott P, Handley J, Crofts S, Phillips R, Dunn MJ, Miller KJ, Hart T. 2018. Comparative genomics reveals the mechanisms governing dispersal in penguins. Molecular Ecology. 27: 4680-4697. (PDF)

Younger JL, Strozier L, Maddox JD, Nyári ÁS, Bonfitto MT, Raherilalao M-J, Goodman SM, Reddy S. 2018. Hidden diversity of forest birds in Madagascar revealed using integrative taxonomy. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 124: 16-26. (PDF)

Younger JL*, Clucas GV*, Kao D, Rogers AD, Gharbi K, Hart T, Miller KJ. 2017. The challenges of detecting subtle population structure and its importance for the conservation of emperor penguins. Molecular Ecology. 26: 3883–3897. (PDF)

Clucas GV*, Younger JL*, Kao D, Rogers AD, Handley J, Miller GD, Jouventin P, Nolan P, Gharbi K, Miller KJ, Hart T. 2016. Dispersal in the sub-Antarctic: king penguins show remarkably little population genetic differentiation across their range. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 16: 211. (PDF)

Younger JL, van den Hoff J, Wienecke B, Hindell M, Miller KJ. 2016. Contrasting responses to a climate regime change by sympatric, ice-dependent predators. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 16: 61. (PDF)

Younger JL, Emmerson LM, Miller KJ. 2016. The influence of historical climate changes on Southern Ocean marine predator populations: a comparative analysis. Global Change Biology. 22: 474–493. (PDF)

Younger JL, Emmerson LM, Southwell C, Lelliott P, Miller KJ. 2015. Proliferation of East Antarctic Adélie penguins in response to historical deglaciation. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 15: 236. (PDF)

Younger JL*, Clucas GV*, Kooyman G, Wienecke B, Rogers AD, Trathan PN, Hart T, Miller KJ. 2015. Too much of a good thing; sea ice extent may have forced Emperor penguins into refugia during the last glacial maximum. Global Change Biology. 21: 2215–2226. (PDF)

*indicates joint lead authorship