Downloadable curriculum vitae McLean, B.S., K.C. Bell, J.M. Allen, K.M. Helgen, J.A. Cook. In press. Impacts of inference method and dataset filtering on phylogenomic resolution in a rapid mammalian radiation. Systematic Biology.
Heske, E.J., K.C. Bell. In press. Professional awards of the American Society of Mammalogists. Journal of Mammalogy.
Bell, K.C., J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2018. Sympatric parasites have similar host-associated, but asynchronous, patterns of diversification. American Naturalist 192:E106–E119.
Bell, K.C., C.J. Carlson, A.J. Phillips. 2018. Parasite collections: overlooked resources for integrative research and conservation. Trends in Parasitology 34:637–639.
Cook, J.A., K.E. Galbreath, K.C. Bell, M.L. Campbell, S. Carriere, J.P. Colella, N.G. Dawson, J.L. Dunnum, R.P. Eckerlin, S.E. Greiman, V. Fedorov, G.M.S. Haas, V. Haukisalmi, H. Henttonen, A.G. Hope, D. Jackson, T. Jung, A.V. Koehler, J.M. Kinsella, D. Krejsa, S.J. Kutz, S. Liphardt, S.O. MacDonald, J.L. Malaney, A. Makarikov, J. Martin, B.S. McLean, R. Mulders, B. Nyamsuren, S.L. Talbot, V. Tkach, A. Tsvetkova, H.M. Toman, E.C. Waltari, J.S. Whitman, E.P. Hoberg. 2017. Arctic Museum Collections--Special Issue: the Beringian Coevolution Project: holistic collections of mammals and associated parasites reveal novel perspectives on evolutionary and environmental change in the North. Arctic Science 3:585–617.
Lacey, E.A., T.T. Hammond, R.E. Walsh, K. Bell, S.V. Edwards, E.R. Ellwood, R. Guralnick, S.M. Ickert-Gond, A.R. Mast, J. McCormack, A.K. Monfils, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, J.A. Cook. 2017. Change, collections and the classroom: using big data to tackle big problems. Evolution: Education and Outreach 10:2.
Allen, J., B. Boyd, N. Nguyen, P. Vachaspati, T. Warnow, D. Huang, P. Gero, K.Bell, Q. Cronk, L. Mugisha, B. Pittendrigh, M. Leonardi, D. Reed, K. Johnson. 2017. Phylogenomics from whole genome sequences using aTRAM. Systematic Biology 66:786-798.
Bell, K.C., K. Calhoun, E.P. Hoberg, J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2016. Temporal and spatial mosaics: deep host association and shallow geographic drivers shape genetic structure in a widespread pinworm, Rauschtineria eutamii (Nematoda: Oxyuridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 119: 397-418.
Cook, J.S., E.A. Lacey, S.M. Ickert-Bond, E.P. Hoberg, K.E. Galbreath, K.C. Bell, S.E. Greiman, B.S. McLean, S. Edwards. 2016. From museum cases to the classroom: emerging opportunities for specimen-based education. Archives of the Zoological Museum of Moscow State University 54: 787-799.
Hope, A.G., J.L. Malaney, K.C. Bell, F. Salazar-Miralles, A.S. Chavez, B.R. Barber, J.A. Cook. 2016. Revision of the widespread red squirrels (genus Tamiasciurus) highlights the complexity of speciation within North American forests. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 100: 170-182.
McLean, B.S., K.C. Bell, J.L. Dunnum, B. Abrahamson, J.P. Colella, E.R. Deardorff, J. Weber, A.K. Jones, F. Salazar-Miralles, J.A. Cook. 2016. Natural history collections-based research: progress, promise, and best practices. Journal of Mammalogy 97: 287-297.
Bell, K.C., D. Matek, J.R. Demboski, J.A. Cook. 2015. Expanded host range of sucking lice and pinworms in western North American chipmunks (genus Tamias). Comparative Parasitology 82: 312-321.
Cook, J.A., S.V. Edwards, E. Lacey, R.P. Guralnick, P.S. Soltis, D.E. Soltis, C. Welch, K.C. Bell, K.E. Galbreath, C. Himes, J.M. Allen, T.A. Heath, A.C. Carnaval, K.L. Cooper, M. Liu, J. Hanken. 2014 Natural history collections as emerging resources for innovative undergraduate education in biology. Bioscience 8:725-734.
Sullivan, J., J.R. Demboski, K.C. Bell, S. Hird, B. Sarver, N. Reid, J.M. Good. 2014. Divergence-with-gene-flow within the recent chipmunk radiation (Tamias). Heredity 113:185-194.
Bell, K.C., M.D. Matocq. 2011. Regional genetic subdivision in the Mohave ground squirrel: evidence of historic isolation and ongoing connectivity in a Mojave Desert endemic. Animal Conservation 14: 371-381.
Bell, K.C., D.J. Hafner, P. Leitner, M.D. Matocq. 2010. Phylogeography of the ground squirrel subgenus Xerospermophilus and assembly of the Mojave Desert biota. Journal of Biogeography 37 (2): 363-378.
Bell, K.C., M.D. Matocq. 2010. Development and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Mohave ground squirrel (Xerospermophilus mohavensis). Conservation Genetics Resources 2 (1): 197-199.