Laurant, S., S.P. Pfeifer, M.L. Settles, S.S. Hunter, K.M. Hardwick, L. Ormond, V.C. Sousa, J.D. Jensen, and E.B. Rosenblum. 2015. The population genomics of rapid adaptation: disentangling signatures of selection and demography in White Sands lizards. Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.13385 [pdf]
Hardwick, K.M., L.J. Harmon, S.D. Hardwick, and E.B. Rosenblum. 2015. When field experiments yield unexpected results: Lessons learned from measuring selection in White Sands lizards. PLoS ONE 10: e0118560. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0118560 [pdf]
Hardwick, K.M., J.M. Robertson, and E.B. Rosenblum. 2013. Asymmetrical mate preference in recently adapted white sands and black lava populations of Sceloporus undulatus. Current Zoology [Special Issue on Ecological Speciation] 59: 20-30. [pdf]
Rosenblum, E.B., B.A.J. Sarver, J.W. Brown, S. Des Roches, K.M. Hardwick, T.D. Hether, J.M. Eastman, M.W. Pennell, and L.J. Harmon. 2012. Goldilocks meets Santa Rosalia: An ephemeral speciation model explains patterns of diversification across time scales. Evolutionary Biology 39: 255-261. [pdf]
Akcay, C., W. Searcy, S.E. Campbell, V.A. Reed, C.N. Templeton, K.M. Hardwick, and M. Beecher. 2011. Who initiates extra-pair copulations in song sparrows? Behavioral Ecology 23: 44-50. [pdf]
Hunter, S.S., R. Lyon, B.A.J. Sarver, K.M. Hardwick, and M.L. Settles. In review. ARC: Assembly by reduced complexity. Submitted to Genome Research in August 2015.
Sarver, A.J., M.W. Pennell, J.W. Brown, K.M. Hardwick, J. Sullivan, and L.J. Harmon. In revision. The choice of tree prior and choice of molecular clock does not substantially affect phylogenetic inferences of diversification rates. To be resubmitted to Systematic Biology in December 2015.
Hardwick, K.M., A. MacPherson, E.B. Rosenblum, L.J. Harmon. In prep. Quantitative genetic simulations show that standing variation facilitates the evolution of reproductive isolation during ecological speciation. To be submitted to Evolution in December 2015.