MSB DIVISION OF MAMMALS PUBLICATIONS

 

JOSEPH ANTHONY COOK

 

Books and Monographs

 

  1. MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 2009. Recent Mammals of Alaska. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks. 387pp.
  2. MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 2007. The Mammals and Amphibians of Southeast Alaska. Museum of Southwestern Biology, Special Publication 8, 191pp.
  3. Cook, J. A. 1986. The Mammals of the Animas Mountains. Occasional Papers of The Museum of Southwestern Biology. No. 4, 45 pp. 

Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Kang HJ, Arai S, Hope AG, Cook JA, Yanagihara R. 2010. Novel Hantavirus in the Flat-Skulled Shrew (Sorex roboratus). Vector Borne Zoonotic Diseases. 2010 Apr 28. [Epub ahead of print]
  2. Gonzalez, P., Y. E. Sawyer, M. Avila, A. Armien, B. Armien, J. A. Cook. In Press. Variation in Cytochrome-b Haplotypes Suggests a New Species of Zygodontomys (Rodentia: Cricetidae) on Isla Coiba, Veraguas, Panama. Zoologia
  3. Hope, A. G., E. Waltari, N. E. Dokuchaev, S. Abramov, T. Dupral, H. Henttonen, S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. Accepted. New perspectives on biotic diversification at high latitudes provided by the Eurasian least shrew and Alaska tiny shrew (Soricidae). Journal of Mammalogy.
  4. Cook, J. A., A. A. Eddingsaas, J. L. Loxterman, S. Ebbert, and S.O. MacDonald. Accepted. Insular ground squirrels of the North Pacific: Indigenous or Exotic? Journal of Mammalogy.
  5. Matsumoto, K., J. A. Cook, H. K. Goethert, and S. R. Telford, III. 2010. Bartonella sp. infection of voles trapped from an Interior Alaskan site where ticks are absent.
  6. Runck, A.R., M. Matocq, and J. A. Cook. Accepted. Do contact zones evolve over time? A case of readily hybridizing red-backed voles (Genus Myodes). Molecular Ecology
  7. Esteva, M., F. A. Cervantes, S. V. Brant, and J. A. Cook. Accepted. Molecular phylogeny of long-tailed shrews (genus Sorex) from México and Guatemala. Zootaxa
  8. Weckworth, B., S. Talbot, J. A. Cook. 2010. Phylogeography of wolves (Canis lupus) in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Mammalogy.
  9. Torres-Pérez, F., R. E. Palma, M. Ferres, B. Hjelle, J. A. Cook. 2010. Andes virus infection in the rodent reservoir and in humans varies across contrasting landscapes in Chile. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. In press.
  10. Kang, H. J., Arai, S., Hope, A., Song, J.-W., Cook, J. A., Yanagihara, R. 2009. Genetic diversity and phylogeography of Seewis virus in Eurasian common shrew in Finland and Hungary. Virology Journal 6:208.
  11. Galindo, E., L. Broncho, E. Keeley, R. Inouye, S. Galindo, V. Winston, L. Farrell, J. Cook. 2009. Compassion: A Hearts-on Paradigm for Transiting Native American Students into a STEM University Environment. Journal of Mathematics and Culture 4:1-22.
  12. Kang, H. J., S. Bennett, L Sumbicay, S. Arai, A. G. Hope, G. Mocz, J-W. Song, J. A. Cook, and R. Yanagihara.  2009. Evolutionary insights from a genetically divergent hantavirus harbored by the European common mole (Talpa europaea). PLOS ONE 4(7): e6149. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006149.
  13. Medina, R. A., F. Torres-Perez, H. Galeno, M. Navarrete, P. A.Vial, R. E. Palma, M. Ferres, J. A. Cook, and B. Hjelle. 2009. Ecology, Genetic Diversity and Phylogeographic Structure of Andes virus in humans and rodents in Chile. Journal of Virology. 83:2446-2459.
  14. Runck, A., M. Matocq, and J. A. Cook. 2009. Historic hybridization and persistence of a novel mito-nuclear combination in red-backed voles (genus Myodes). BMC Evolutionary Biology 9:114.
  15. MacDonald, S. O., E. Waltari, R. Nofchissey, Y. Sawyer, and J. A. Cook. 2009. First records of deermice in southcentral Alaska. Northwestern Naturalist. 90:243-247.
  16. Koehler, A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, N. E. Dokuchaev, N. A. Tranbenkova, J. S. Whitman, D. W. Nagorsen, and J. A. Cook. 2009. Phylogeography of a Holarctic nematode, Soboliphyme baturini among mustelids: Climate change, episodic colonization, and diversification in a complex host-parasite system. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society. 96:651-663.
  17. Koehler A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, F. Torres-Pérez and J. A. Cook. 2009. A molecular view of the superfamily Dioctophymatoidea (Nematoda). Comparative Parasitology 76:100-104.
  18. Baker, R. J., D. J. Schmidly, J. A. Cook, J. S. Bravo, H. Genoways. 2008. Obituary: Terry Lamon Yates 1950-2007.  Journal of Mammalogy 89:1557-1569.
  19.      Fedorov, V. B., A. V. Goropashnaya, G. G. Boeskorov and J. A. Cook. 2008. Comparative phylogeography and demographic history of the wood lemming (Myopus schisticolor): implications for late Quaternary history of the taiga species in Eurasia. Molecular Ecology 17:598-610.
  20.      Arai, S., S. Bennett, L. Sumibacay, J. A. Cook, J. Song, A. Hope, C. Parmenter, V. R. Nerurkar, T.L. Yates, and R. Yanagihara. 2008. Phylogenetically distinct hantaviruses in the masked shrew (Sorex cinereus) and montane shrew (Sorex monticolus) in the United States. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 78:348-351.
  21.      Arai, S., Jin-Won Song, Laarni Sumibcay, Vivek R. Nerurkar, Shannon N. Bennett, Cheryl Parmenter, Joseph A. Cook, Terry L. Yates, Richard Yanagihara. 2007. Hantavirus in the short-tailed shrew, North America. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13:1420-1423.
  22.      Lucid, M. K. and J. A. Cook. 2007. Cytochrome b haplotypes suggest an undescribed Peromyscus species from the Yukon. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 85:916-919.
  23.      Koehler, A. V. A., E. P. Hoberg, N. E. Dokuchaev and J. A. Cook. 2007. Geographic and host range of the nematode Soboliphyme baturini across Beringia. Journal of Parasitology. 93:1070-1083.
  24.      Duszynski, D.W., A.J. Lynch, and J.A. Cook. 2007. Coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) infecting cricetid rodents from Alaska, U.S.A., and Northeastern Siberia, Russia, and description of a new Eimeria species from Myodes rutilus, the northern red-backed vole. Comparative Parasitology, 74:294-311.
  25.      Lynch, A.J., D.W. Duszynski, and J.A. Cook. 2007. Species of Coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) Infecting Pikas from Alaska, U.S.A. and Northeastern Siberia, Russia. J. Parasitology. 93:1230-1234.
  26. Dalerum, F., J. Loxterman, B. Shults, K. Kunkel and J. A. Cook. 2007. Microsatellite markers suggest delayed female dispersal in a solitary carnivore, the wolverine. J. Mammalogy 88:793-800.
  27. Waltari, E., E. P. Hoberg, E. P. Lessa and J. A. Cook. 2007. Eastward Ho: phylogeographic perspectives on colonization across the Beringian nexus. Journal of Biogeography 34:561-574.
  28. Cook, J. A., N. G. Dawson and S. O. MacDonald. 2006. Conservation of highly fragmented systems: the north temperate Alexander Archipelago. Biological Conservation. 133:1-15.
  29. Goethert, H. K., J. A. Cook, E. W. Lance, and S. R. Telford III. 2006. Fay and Rausch 1969 Revisited: Babesia microti in Alaskan small mammals. Journal of Parasitology. 92:826-831.
  30. Glass, G. E., T. M. Shields, R. R. Parmenter, D. Goade, J. N. Mills, J. Cheek, J. Cook, and T. L. Yates. 2006. Hantavirus risk in 2006 for U. S. Southwest. Occasional Papers, Texas Tech University. 255:1-16.
  31. Dragoo, J., A. Lackey, K. Moore, E. Lessa, J. Cook, and T. Yates. 2006. Phylogeography of the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) provides a predictive framework for research on hantaviruses. Journal of General Virology. 87: 1997-2003.
  32. Cook, J. A., E. P. Hoberg, A. Koehler, S. O. MacDonald, H. Henttonen, L. Wickstrom, V. Haukisalmi, K. Galbreath, F. Chernyavski, N. Dokuchaev, A. Lahzuhtkin, A. Hope, E. Waltari, A. Runck, A. Veitch, R. Popko, E. Jenkins, S. Kutz, and R. Eckerlin. 2005. Beringia: Intercontinental exchange and diversification of high latitude mammals and their parasites during the Pliocene and Quaternary. Mammal Science 30:S33-S44.
  33. Haas, G. E., J. R. Kucera, A. Runck, S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2005. Mammal Fleas (Siphonaptera) new for Alaska and the Southeastern mainland collection during seven years of a field survey of small mammals. Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia. 102:65-75.
  34. Waltari, E. and J. Cook. 2005. Historical demographics and phylogeography of arctic hares (Lepus): genetic signatures test glacial refugia hypotheses. Molecular Ecology 14:3005-3016.
  35. Runck, A., and J. Cook. 2005. Post-glacial expansion of the southern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys gapperi) in North America. Molecular Ecology 14:1445-1456.
  36. Weckworth B., S. Talbot, G. Sage, D. Person, and J. Cook. 2005. A signal for independent coastal and continental histories for North American wolves. Molecular Ecology 14:917-931.
  37. Tomasik, E., and J. Cook. 2005. Mitochondrial phylogeography and conservation genetics of wolverine (Gulo gulo) in Northwestern North America. Journal of Mammalogy 86:386-396.
  38. Lucid, M., and J. Cook. 2004. Phylogeography of Keen’s mouse (Peromyscus keeni) in a naturally fragmented landscape. Journal of Mammalogy. 85:1149-1159.
  39. Eddingsaas, A., B. Jacobsen, E. Lessa, J. Cook. 2004. Evolutionary history of the arctic ground squirrel (Spermophilus parryii) in Nearctic Beringia. Journal of Mammalogy. 85:591-600.
  40. Waltari, E., J. R. Demboski, D. Klein, and J. A. Cook. 2004. A molecular perspective on the historical biogeography of the northern high latitudes. Journal of Mammalogy 85:601-610.
  41. Cook, J. A., A. Runck, and C. J. Conroy. 2004. Historical biogeography at the crossroads of the northern continents: molecular phylogenetics of red-backed voles (Rodentia: Arvicolinae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30:767-777.
  42. Galbreath, K., and J. Cook. 2004. Genetic consequences of Pleistocene glaciations for the tundra vole (Microtus oeconomus) in Beringia. Molecular Ecology 13:135-148.
  43. MacDonald, S. O., A. M. Runck, and J. A. Cook. 2004. The heather vole (genus Phenacomys) in Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 118:438-440.
  44. Cook, J., N. Dawson, S. MacDonald, and A. Runck. 2004. Mammal Diversity: Inventories of Alaska National Parks Stimulate New Perspectives. Alaska Park Science 3:22-27.
  45. Murrell, B. P., L. A. Durden, and J. A. Cook. 2003. Host associations of the tick, Ixodes angustus, on Alaskan mammals. Journal of Medical Entomology 40:682-685.
  46. Lessa, E. P., J. A. Cook, and J. L. Patton. 2003. Genetic footprints of demographic expansion in North America, but not Amazonia, following the Late Pleistocene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 100: 10331-10334.
  47. Hoberg, E. P., S. J. Kutz, K. E. Galbreath, and J. Cook. 2003. Arctic biodiversity: From discovery to faunal baselines—revealing the history of a dynamic system. Journal of Parasitology 89:S84-S95.
  48. Demboski, J. R. and J. A. Cook. 2003. Phylogenetic diversification within the Sorex cinereus complex (Insectivora: Soricidae). Journal of Mammalogy 84:144-158.
  49. Fedorov, V. B., A. V. Goropashnaya, M. Jaarola & J. A. Cook. 2003. Phylogeography of lemmings (Lemmus): no evidence for post-glacial colonization of Arctic from the Beringian refugium. Molecular Ecology 12:725-732.
  50. Brunhoff, C., K. E. Galbreath, V. B. Fedorov, J. A. Cook and M. Jaarola. 2003. Holarctic phylogeography of the root vole (Microtus oeconomus): implications for late Quaternary biogeography of high latitudes. Molecular Ecology 12: 957-968.
  51. Small, M.P., K. D. Stone, and J.A. Cook. 2003. American marten (Martes americana) population structure across a landscape fragmented in time and space. Molecular Ecology 12:89-103.
  52. Stone, K. and J. Cook. 2002. Molecular evolution of the Holarctic genus Martes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 24:169-179.
  53. Pyare, S., W. Smith, J. Nicholls, and J Cook. 2002. Diets of northern flying squirrels, Glaucomys sabrinus, in southeast Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 116:98-103.
  54. Stone, K., R. Flynn, and J. Cook. 2002. Post-glacial colonization of northwestern North America by the forest associated American marten (Martes americana). Molecular Ecology 11:2049-2064.
  55. Fleming, M. A. and J. A. Cook. 2002. Phylogeography of endemic ermine (Mustela erminea) in southeast Alaska. Molecular Ecology 11:795-808.
  56. Bidlack, A. L. and J. A. Cook. 2002. A nuclear perspective on endemism in northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) of the Alexander Archipelago, Alaska. Conservation Genetics 3:247-259.
  57. Slamovits, C. H., J. A. Cook, E. P. Lessa, and M. S. Rossi. 2001. Recurrent amplifications and deletions of satellite DNA accompanied chromosomal diversification in South American tuco-tucos (genus Ctenomys, Rodentia: Octodontidae): A phylogenetic approach. Molecular Biology and Evolution 18:1708-1719.
  58. Bidlack, A., and J. A. Cook. 2001. Reduced genetic variation in insular northern flying squirrels (Glaucomys sabrinus) along the North Pacific Coast. Animal Conservation 4:283-290.
  59. Demboski, J., and J. Cook. 2001. Phylogeography of the dusky shrew, Sorex monticolus (Insectivora, Soricidae): Insight into deep and shallow history in northwestern North America. Molecular Ecology 10:1227-1240.
  60. Cook, J. A., A. L. Bidlack, C. J. Conroy, J. R. Demboski, M. A. Fleming, A. M. Runck, K. D. Stone, and S. O. MacDonald.  2001. A phylogeographic perspective on endemism in the Alexander Archipelago of the North Pacific. Biological Conservation 97:215-227.
  61. Cook, J. A., and S. O. MacDonald. 2001. Should endemism be a focus of conservation efforts along the North Pacific Coast of North America? Biological Conservation 97:207-213.
  62. Conroy, C. J., Y. Hortelano, F. Cervantes, and J. A. Cook. 2001. The phylogenetic position of southern relictual species of Microtus. Mammalian Biology (Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde) 66:332-344.
  63. Conroy, C. J., and J. A. Cook.  2000.  Systematics of a Holarctic rodent: Microtus (Muridae). Journal of Mammalogy 81:344-359.
  64. Stone, K. D. and J. A. Cook.  2000. Phylogeography of black bears (Ursus americanus) from the Pacific Northwest. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:1-6.
  65. Conroy, C. J. and J. A. Cook. 2000. Phylogeography of a post-glacial colonizer: Microtus longicaudus (Muridae: Rodentia). Molecular Ecology 9:165-175.
  66. Demboski, J. R., K. D. Stone, and J. A. Cook. 1999. Further perspectives on the Haida Gwaii glacial refugium hypothesis. Evolution 53:2008-2012.
  67. Fitzgerald, L. A., J. A. Cook, and A. L. Aquino. 1999. Phylogenetics and conservation of Tupinambis (Sauria: Teiidae). Copeia 1999:894-905.
  68. Fleming, M. A., E. A. Ostrander, and J. A. Cook.  1999. Microsatellite primers for American mink (Mustela vison) and ermine (Mustela erminea). Molecular Ecology 8:1352-1354.
  69. Conroy, C. J. and Cook, J. A.  1999.  MtDNA evidence for repeated pulses of speciation within arvicoline and murid rodents.  Journal of Mammalian Evolution 6:221-245.
  70. Vapalahti, O., Å. Lundkvist, V. Fedorov, C. J. Conroy, S. Hirvonen, A. Plyusnina, K. Nemirov, K. Fredga, J. A. Cook, J. Niemimaa, A. Kaikusalo, H. Henttonen, A. Vaheri and A. Plyusnin. 1999. Isolation and characterization of a hantavirus from Lemmus sibiricus: evidence for host-switch during hantavirus evolution. Journal of Virology. 73:5586-5592
  71. Conroy, C. J., J. R. Demboski & J. A. Cook. 1999. Mammalian biogeography of the Alexander Archipelago of Alaska: a north temperate nested fauna. Journal of Biogeography. 26:343-352.
  72. D’Elia, G., E. P. Lessa, and J. A. Cook. 1999. Molecular phylogeny of tuco-tucos, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Octodontidae): Evaluation of the mendocinus species group and the evolution of asymmetric sperm. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 6:19-38.
  73. Halanych, K.M, Demboski, J.R., van Vuuren, B.J., Klein, D.R., and Cook, J.A. 1999. Cytochrome b phylogeny of North American hares and jackrabbits (Lepus, Lagomorpha) and the effects of mutational saturation in outgroup taxa. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 11:213-221.
  74. Conroy, C. and J. A. Cook. 1999. Microtus xanthognathus. Mammalian Species 627:1-5.
  75. Demboski, J. R., B. K. Jacobsen, and J. A. Cook. 1998. Endemism in the Alexander Archipelago: an assessment of genetic variation in flying squirrels (Rodentia: Glaucomys sabrinus). Canadian Journal of Zoology 76:1771-1777.
  76. Cook, J. A., and E. P. Lessa. 1998. Are rates of diversification in subterranean South American tuco-tucos (genus Ctenomys, Rodentia: Octodontidae) unusually high? Evolution 52:1521-1527
  77. D’Elia, G., E. P. Lessa, and J. A. Cook. 1998. Geographic structure, gene flow and maintenance of melanism in Ctenomys rionegrensis (Rodentia: Octodontidae). Z. für Säugetierkunde (International J. Mammalian Biology) 63:285-296.
  78. Lessa, E. P., and J. A. Cook.  1998. The molecular phylogenetics of tuco-tucos (genus Ctenomys, Rodentia: Octodontidae) suggests an early burst of speciation.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 9:88-99.
  79. Lance, E. W., and J. A. Cook.  1998. Phylogeography of tundra voles (Microtus oeconomus): Beringia region and southcoastal Alaska.  J. Mammalogy 79:53-65.
  80. Cook, J. A., C. J. Conroy, and J. Herriges.  1997. Northern record of the water shrew, Sorex palustris, in Alaska.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 111:638-640.
  81. Parker, D., B. Lawhead, and J. A. Cook. 1997. Latitudinal limits of bats in Alaska. Arctic 50:256-265.
  82. Parker, D. and J. A. Cook. 1996.  Keen’s long-eared bat (Myotis keenii, Vespertilionidae) confirmed in Southeast Alaska.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 110:611-614.
  83. MacDonald, S. O., and J. A. Cook. 1996.  The Land Mammal Fauna of Southeast Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist 110:571-599.
  84. Cook, J. A.  1995.  The University of Alaska Mammal Collection. Cultural Resource Management, National Park Service 18:15-16.
  85. Mouchaty, S. K., J. A. Cook, and G. F. Shields. 1995.  Phylogenetic analysis of northern hair seals based on nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Journal of Mammalogy 76:1178-1185
  86. Houseal, T., J. A. Cook, W. Modi, and D. Hale. 1995. Identification of highly conserved genomic loci by genome painting. Chromosome Research, 3:175-181.
  87. Cook, J. A. and T. L. Yates. 1994. Systematic relationships of the Bolivian tuco-tucos, genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 75:583-600.
  88. Anderson, S., B. Riddle, T. Yates, and J. A. Cook.  1993. Mamiferos en la region del Parque Nacional de Amboro y Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. Special Publication, The Museum of Southwestern Biology 2:1-58 (in Spanish).
  89. Ruedas, L., J. A. Cook, T. Yates, and J. Bickham. 1993. Conservative genome size evolution in tuco-tucos. (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Genome 36: 449-458.   
  90. Cook, J. A., K. R. Bestgen, D. L. Propst, T. L. Yates. 1992. Allozymic divergence and systematic status of the Rio Grande Silvery Minnow (Hybognathus amarus, Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Copeia 1992:36-44
  91. Cook, J. A., F. Caceres, and C. Miranda. 1991. Cariotipo del quirquincho (Chaetophractus nationi). Ecologia en Bolivia, Revista del Instituto de Ecologia, La Paz, Bolivia, 18:21-27 (in Spanish).
  92. Kelt, D., E. Palma, M. Gallardo, and J. Cook. 1991. Confirmation of the identity of Eligmodontia morgani, with notes on the karyotype of E. puerulus. Z. fur Säugetierkunde 56:352-358.          
  93. Vitullo, A. D. and J.A. Cook. 1991. The role of sperm morphology in the evolution of tuco-tucos Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae): confirmation of results from Bolivian species. Z. fur Säugetierkunde, 56:359-364.
  94. Cook, J. A., S. Anderson, and T. L. Yates. 1990. Notes on Bolivian mammals 6: The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) in the highlands. American Museum of Natural History Novitates. 2980:1-27.
  95. Lessa, E. P., and J. Cook. 1989. Interspecific variation of penial morphology of tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Octodontidae). Journal of Mammalogy, 70:984-987.
  96. Anderson, S., T. L. Yates, and J. A. Cook. 1987. Notes on Bolivian mammals 4: The genus Ctenomys (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) in the lowlands. American Museum of Natural History Novitates 2891:1-19.
  97. Best, T. L., R. M. Sullivan, J. A. Cook and T. L. Yates.  1986. Chromosomal, genic and morphologic variation in the agile kangaroo rat, Dipodomys agilis (Rodentia: Heteromyidae). Systematic Zoology 35:311-324.
  98. Bednarz, J. C., and J. A. Cook. 1984. Distribution and numbers of the white-sided jackrabbit (Lepus callotis gaillardii) in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 29:358-360.
Book Chapters
  1.    Dawson, N. G. and J. A. Cook. In review. Behind the genes: Diversification of North American marten (Martes americana and Martes caurina). Biology of Marten, S. Buskirk and K. Aubry, eds
  2.    Hoberg, E., A.V.A. Koehler, and J. A. Cook. Complex host-parasite systems in Martes: Implications for conservation biology of endemic faunas. Accepted. In Biology of Marten, S. Buskirk and K. Aubry, eds.
  3.    Cook, J. A., and V. Fedorov. 2010. Arctic genetic diversity: heavily shaped by past climate change. Genetic Diversity chapter in Arctic Biodiversity and Climate Change Assessment Highlights, Conservation of Arctic Fauna and Flora Committee. Copenhagen. In press
  4.    Dawson, N. G., S. O. MacDonald and J. A. Cook. 2007.  Endemic Mammals of the Alexander Archipelago. Chapter 6.7, Pp. 1-11. In J. Schoen and E. Dovichin (eds). The Coastal Forests and Mountains Ecoregion of Southeastern Alaska and the Tongass National Forest: A conservation Assessment and resource synthesis. Audubon & Nature Conservancy, Special Publication.
  5.     Cook, J. A., and J. Salazar-Bravo. 2004. Heterochromatin variation among the chromosomally diverse tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae) from Bolivia. Pp. 129-142 In: Sánchez-Cordero, V. and Medellín, R. A. (Eds.) Contribuciones Mastozoológicos en Homenaje a Bernardo Villa. Instituto de Biología e Instituto de Ecología, UNAM, México.
  6.    Cook, J. A., E. P. Lessa, and E. A. Hadly. 2000. Paleontology, phylogenetic patterns, and macroevolutionary processes in subterranean rodents. Pp. 332-369 In E. Lacey, J. L. Patton, and G. Cameron, eds. Life Underground: The Biology of Subterranean Rodents, University of Chicago Press.
  7.    Yensen, E., D. J. Hafner, and J. A. Cook. 1998.  Conservation priorities, action plans, and conservation strategies for North American rodents.  Pp. 125-145, in North American rodents: action plans for species of conservation concern (D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.).  IUCN---the World Conservation Union, Gland, Switzerland.
  8.    Yensen, E., J. A. Cook, and D. W. Nagorsen.  1998.  Rodents of northwestern North America.  Pp. 5-9, in North American rodents: action plans for species of conservation concern (D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr., eds.).  IUCN---the World Conservation Union, Gland, Switzerland.
  9.    Parker, D., J. A. Cook, and S. Lewis. 1996.  Effects of timber harvest on bat activity in southeastern Alaska’s temperate rainforest. Pp. 277-292, in Bats and Forests Symposium, R. Barclay and M. Brigham (eds), Res. Branch, Ministry of Forests, Victoria, 23:1-292.
  10.    Yates, T. L., C. Jones, and J. A. Cook. 1996.  Preservation of voucher specimens. Pp. 265-274 in Measuring and monitoring biological diversity: standard methods for mammals (D. Wilson, F. R. Cole, J. D. Nichols, R. Rudran, M. S. Foster. Eds.)  Smithsonian Institution Press Washington, DC. 409 p. 

Species Accounts, Checklists and Other Articles

  1.   Cook, J. A., and D. R. Klein. 1999. Microtus abbreviatus. pp. 623-624 in "The Smithsonian book of North American mammals", D Wilson and S. Ruff, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press.
  2.   Demboski, J., G. Kirkland, and J. A. Cook. 1998. Glaucomys sabrinus. pp. 37-39 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  3.   Cook, J. A. 1998. Spermophilus parryii pp. 49-50 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  4.   Cook, J. A.  1998. Marmota caligata. pp. 39-40 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  5.   Cook, J. A. 1998. Dicrostonyx unalascensis. pp. 89 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  6.   Cook, J. A. 1998. Dicrostonyx exsul. pp. 87-88 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  7.   Cook, J. A. 1998. Microtus abbreviatus pp. 89-90 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  8.   Conroy, C. J., and J. A. Cook. 1998. Microtus longicaudus pp. 93-95 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  9.   MacDonald, S. O., J. A. Cook, G. Kirkland, Jr., and E. Yensen. 1998. Microtus pennsylvanicus. pp. 99-101 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  10.   Cook, J. A. and G. Kirkland.  1998. Clethrionomys gapperi. pp. 87 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  11.   Lance, E. W. and J. A. Cook. 1998. Microtus oeconomus. pp. 97-99 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  12.   MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 1998. Castor canadensis. pp. 59-60 in D. J. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. L. Kirkland, Jr. (eds). North American rodents: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. x + 171 pp.
  13.  Weintraub, E. L., and J. A. Cook. 1995. Microtus oeconomus elymocetes. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species Status Report. 37 pp.
  14.   MacDonald, S. O. and J. A. Cook. 2007. Checklist of the Land Mammals of Beringia. 4pp (online http://www.msb.unm.edu/mammals/publications/ Beringianmamchecklist.PDF)
  15.   Frey, J. K., S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2006. Checklist to the Mammals of New Mexico. 4 pp (online http://www.msb.unm.edu/mammals/publications/ NMmamchecklist.PDF)
  16.   Jarrell, G., S. O. MacDonald, and J. A. Cook. 2005. Checklist to the Mammals of Alaska. University of Alaska Museum. 5 pp.  (on-line http://curator.museum.uaf.edu/AKMammals/checklist.shtml).
  17.   Conroy, C.J., J. A. Cook. S. O. MacDonald, and K. J. Bagne. 1993. Discovery of black morph Peromyscus in Southeast Alaska. Peromyscus Newsletter 15:30-31.
  18.   Goethert, H.K., Lance, E. W., Cook, J. A., and Telford. S. R. 1999. Prevalence and genetic diversity of Babesia microti in Beringian microtine populations. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 61(3,Suppl):355-356.

Manuscripts Submitted:

  1. Dawson, N. G., M. P. Small, K. D. Stone, and J. A. Cook. In Revision.  Conservation genetics and management considerations for high latitude island faunas: Marten (Martes americana and Martes caurina) along the North Pacific Coast. Biological Conservation. 
  2. Malaney, J. L., C. J. Conroy, L. A. Moffitt, H. D. Spoonhunter, J. L. Patton,  and J. A. Cook. Phylogeography of the western jumping mouse (Zapus princeps) detects deep structure in the southwestern United States.
  3. Cook, J. A. and S. O. MacDonald. In revision. Island life: Coming to grips with the insular nature of North Pacific Coastal Forests. Chapter in Conservation of North Pacific Coastal Forests, G. Orians, J. Schoen, and J. Franklin, eds. Univ. Washington Press. 
  4. Torres-Pérez, F., M. Acuna-Retamar, J. A. Cook , A. Bacigalupo, A. García, P. E. Cattan. Submitted. Statistical phylogeography and population dynamics of Chagas disease vector Triatoma infestans: testing biogeographic hypotheses of dispersal. Evolution and Infectious Disease. 
  5. Galbreath, K. E., J. A. Cook, A. A. Eddingsaas, E. G. DeChaine. Submitted.
  6. Multi-locus tests of paleodistributional models reveal different facets of the complex demographic history of arctic ground squirrels in Beringia. Evolution.

 

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