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Differences in Home-Range Size between Sexes of Microtus-Ochrogaster. Journal of Mammalogy. 70:816-820.. 1989.
Relating Body Size to the Rate of Home Range Use in Mammals. Ecology. 69:393-399.. 1988.
Zoogeography of the freshwater fishes of the southeastern United States: Savannah River to Lake Pontchartrain. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes.. :213-265.. 1986.
Drainage evolution and fish biogeography of the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers drainage realm. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes.. :325-361.. 1986.
Some factors affecting the censusing of mourning doves.. Utah Academy of Arts, Sciences, and Letters Proceedings. 47:192-196.. 1970.
Characterization of microsatellite loci in the creek chub (Semotilus atromaculatus). Molecular Ecology Notes. 6(4):1240-1242.. 2006.
Genetic structure of creek chub, a headwater minnow, in an impounded river system. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 137(4):962-975.. 2008.
Landscape-dependent genetic structure of a minnow population in an impounded river system. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 132:962-975.. 2008.
A reexamination of the phylogenetic relationships of the sand darters (Teleostei: Percidae). Scientific Papers Natural History Museum the University of Kansas. :1-16.. 1999.
The Composition of the Caudal Skeleton of Teleosts (Actinopterygil, Osteichthyes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 97(3):189-231.. 1989.
A tristichopterid sarcopterygian fish from the upper Middle Devonian of Nevada. Historical Biology. 24:425-440.. 2012.
Analyses of lower actinopterygian interrelationships, contradictory hypotheses. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 26(3):122a-122a.. 2006.
Reevaluation of the caudal skeleton of actinopterygian fishes: 1. Lepisosteus and Amia. Journal of Morphology. 190(2):215-241.. 1986.
The neopterygian Amia as a living fossil. Living fossils.. :153-159.. 1984.
Reevaluation of the caudal skeleton of some actinopterygian fishes: 2. Hidoon, Elops and Albula. Journal of Morphology. 195(3):257-303.. 1988.
Body size as a demographic categorical variable: ramifications for life history analysis of mammals.. Evolution of Life Histories: Theory and Patterns from Mammals. . :107-121.. 1988.