Karen H. Mager
Karen H. Mager
Assistant Professor, Earlham College
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Genetic diversity in caribou linked to past and future climate change
G Yannic, L Pellissier, J Ortego, N Lecomte, S Couturier, C Cuyler, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (2), 132-137, 2014
Population structure over a broad spatial scale driven by nonanthropogenic factors in a wide‐ranging migratory mammal, A laskan caribou
KH Mager, KE Colson, P Groves, KJ Hundertmark
Molecular ecology 23 (24), 6045-6057, 2014
High genetic connectivity and introgression from domestic reindeer characterize northern Alaska caribou herds
KH Mager, KE Colson, KJ Hundertmark
Conservation Genetics 14 (6), 1111-1123, 2013
Reindeer introgression and the population genetics of caribou in southwestern Alaska
KE Colson, KH Mager, KJ Hundertmark
Journal of Heredity 105 (5), 585-596, 2014
“I’d Be Foolish to Tell You They Were Caribou”: Local Knowledge of Historical Interactions between Reindeer and Caribou in Barrow, Alaska.
I Krupnik, KL Pratt, KH Mager
Arctic anthropology 49 (2), 162-181, 2012
Population structure and hybridization of Alaskan caribou and reindeer: integrating genetics and local knowledge
KH Mager
Journal of Heredity
HA Orr, JP Masly, N Phadnis
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