Publications

Accepted
Gulsby W, Killmaster C, Bowers J, Laufenberg J, Sacks B, Statham M, Miller K. Efficacy and precision of fecal genotyping to estimate coyote abundance in an area with a humid subtropical climate. Wildlife Society Bulletin. Accepted July 2016.
2016
Statham M, Aamoth SU, Barthman-Thompson L, Estrella S, Fresquez S, Hernandez L et al. (2016) Conservation genetics of the endangered San Francisco Bay endemic salt marsh harvest mouse (Reithrodontomys raviventris). Conservation Genetics, 17: 1055-1066
U = undergraduate author
2015
Kasprowicz A, Statham MJ, Sack BN. (2015) The fate of the other red coat: remnants of colonial British red foxes in the Eastern United States. Journal of Mammalogy.
Goddard NU, Statham MJ, Sacks BN (2015). Mitochondrial analysis of the most basal canid reveals deep divergence between eastern and western North American gray foxes (Urocyon spp.) and ancient roots in Pleistocene California. PLoS ONE. 10(8): e0136329. oi:10.1371/journal.pone.0136329
U = undergraduate author
Norén K, Statham MJ, Ågren E, Isomursu M, Flagstad Ø, Eide NE, et al. (2015) Tracking genetic footprints to reconstruct geographic patterns of expansion in Fennoscandian red foxes. Global Change Biology.
Volkmann LA, Statham MJ, Mooers AØ, Sacks BN. (2015) Genetic distinctiveness of red foxes in the Intermountain West as revealed through expanded mitochondrial sequencing. Journal of Mammalogy. 96: 297-307.
Gulsby WD, Killmaster CH, Bowers JW, Kelly JD, Sacks BN, Statham MJ, et al. (2015) White-tailed deer fawn recruitment before and after experimental coyote removals in central Georgia. Wildlife Society Bulletin.
Berteaux D, Gallant D, Sacks BN, Statham MJ. (2015) Red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) at their expanding front in the Canadian Arctic have indigenous maternal ancestry. Polar Biology.
2014
Statham MJ*, Murdoch J, Janecka J, Aubry KB, Edwards JE, Soulsbury CD, et al. (2014) Range-wide multilocus phylogeography of the red fox reveals ancient continental divergence, minimal genomic exchange, and distinct demographic histories. Molecular Ecology, 23: 4813–4830. Altmetrics score = 64
Reponen SEM, Statham MJ*, Barthman-Thompson L, Sacks BN (2014) Microsatellite primer development for the salt marsh harvest mouse (Reithrodontomys raviventris) and cross-amplification in the western harvest mouse (R. megalotis). Conservation Genetics Resources, 6: 285-287.
2012
Statham MJ*, Sacks BN, Aubry KB, Perrine JD, Wisely SM (2012) The origin of recently established red fox populations in the contiguous United States: translocations or natural range expansions? Journal of Mammalogy, 93(1): 52-65.
Edwards CJ, Soulsbury C, Statham MJ, Ho S, et al. (2012) Temporal genetic variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes, across western Europe and the British Isles. Quaternary ScienceReview, 57: 95-104.
Statham MJ*, Rich AR, Lisius SK, Sacks BN (2012) Discovery of a remnant population of Sierra Nevada red fox (Vulpes vulpes necator). Northwest Science, 86(2): 122-132. Featured article on BioOne Webpage.
O’Meara DB, Edwards CJ, Sleeman DP, McDowell JR, Coughlan JP, Dillane E, Cross TF, O’Leary D, Statham MJ, Pope LC, O’Reilly C, Bradley DG, Carlsson J (2012) Mitochondrial and microsatellite DNA analyses of the Eurasian badgers (Meles meles) in Ireland and Britain, compared to Western Europe. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 106: 893-909.
2011
Sacks BN, Moore M, Statham MJ, Wittmer HU (2011) A restricted hybrid zone between native and introduced red fox (Vulpes vulpes) populations suggests reproductive barriers. Molecular Ecology, 20: 326-341.
2011
Statham MJ*, Trut LN, Sacks BN, Kharlamova AV, Oskina IN, Gulevich RG, Johnson JL, Temnykh SV, Acland GM, Kukekova, AV (2011) On the origin of a domesticated species: identifying the parent population of Russian silver foxes (Vulpes vulpes). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 103: 168–175.
2010
Sacks BN, Statham MJ, Perrine JD, Wisely SM, Aubry KB (2010) North American montane red foxes: expansion, fragmentation, and the origin of the Sacramento Valley red fox. Conservation Genetics, 11: 1523-39.
Mullins J, Statham MJ, Roche T, Turner PD, O’Reilly C (2010) Remotely plucked hair genotyping: a reliable and non-invasive method for censusing pine marten (Martes martes, L. 1758) populations. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 56(3): 443-453.
2009Molecular_Ecology_Cover
Sacks BN, Våge DI, Statham MJ (2009) A medium-throughput SNP assay for detecting genetic variation in coding and non-coding portions of the red fox genome. Conservation Genetics Resources, 1: 459–463.
Conard JM, Statham MJ, Gipson PS, Wisely SM (2009) The influence of translocation strategy and management practices on the genetic variability of a re-established elk (Cervus elaphus) population. Restoration Ecology, 18: 85-93.
Aubry KB, Statham MJ, Sacks BN, Perrine JP, Wisely SM (2009) Phylogeography of the North American red fox: vicariance in Pleistocene forest refugia. Molecular Ecology, 18: 2668-2686. Cover article.
2008
O’Reilly C, Statham M, Mullins J, Turner PD, O’Mahony D (2008) Efficient species identification of pine marten (Martes martes) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes) scats using a 5′ nuclease real-time PCR assay. Conservation Genetics, 9: 735-738.
Wisely SM, Statham MJ, Fleischer RC (2008) Pleistocene refugia and Holocene expansion of a grassland dependent species, the black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes). Journal of Mammalogy, 89(1): 87-96.
2007
Statham MJ*, Turner PD, O’Reilly C (2007) Molecular Sex Identification of five Mustelid species. Zoological Studies, 46(5): 600-608.
2006
Sleeman DP, Statham M, Dixon C (2006) Records of Otters (Lutra lutra L.) and Badgers (Meles meles L.) from built-up areas in Ireland. Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society, 30: 3-6.
2005
Statham M, Turner PD, O’Reilly C (2005) Use of PCR amplification and restriction enzyme digestion of mitochondrial D-loop for identification of mustelids in Ireland. Irish Naturalist’s Journal, 28: 1-6.
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