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Publications

  • Reece, J. 2014. Evolutionary Relationships and Population Genetics of Moray Eels. .

  • Krakos, K., J. Reece and P. Raven. 2014. Molecular Phylogenetics and Reproductive Biology of Oenothera Section Kneiffia (Onagraceae). Systematic Botany 39: 523-532.

  • Collar, D., J. Reece, M. Alfaro, P. Wainwright and R. Mehta. 2014. Imperfect Morphological Convergence. The American Naturalist 183: E168-E184.

  • Reece, J. and R. Noss. 2014. Prioritizing Species by Conservation Value and Vulnerability. Natural Areas Journal 34: 31-45.

  • Reece, J., D. Passeri, L. Ehrhart, S. Hagen, A. Hays, C. Long, R. Noss, M. Bilskie, C. Sanchez and M. Schwoerer. 2013. Sea level rise, land use, and climate change influence the distribution of loggerhead turtle nests at the largest USA rookery (Melbourne Beach, Florida). Marine Ecology Progress Series 493: 259-259.

  • Benscoter, A., J. Reece, R. Noss, L. Brandt, F. Mazzotti, S. RomaƱach and J. Watling. 2013. Threatened and Endangered Subspecies with Vulnerable Ecological Traits Also Have High Susceptibility to Sea Level Rise and Habitat Fragmentation. PLoS One 8.

  • Benscoter, A., J. Reece, R. Noss, L. Brandt, F. Mazzotti, S. Romanach and J. Watling. 2013. Threatened and Endangered Subspecies with Vulnerable Ecological Traits Also Have High Susceptibility to Sea Level Rise and Habitat Fragmentation. PLOS ONE 8: e70647-e70649.

  • Reece, J., R. Noss, J. Oetting, T. Hoctor and M. Volk. 2013. Vulnerability Assessment of 300 Species in Florida: Threats from Sea Level Rise, Land Use, and Climate Change. PLoS One 8.

  • Reece, J., R. Noss, J. Oetting, T. Hoctor and M. Volk. 2013. Vulnerability Assessment of 300 Species in Florida. PLOS ONE 8: e80658-e80611.

  • Korosy, M., J. Reece and R. Noss. 2013. Winter habitat associations of four grassland sparrows in Florida dry prairie. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125: 502-512.

  • Reece, J. and R. Mehta. 2013. Evolutionary history of elongation and maximum body length in moray eels (Anguilliformes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109: 861-875.

  • Reece, J., B. Bowen, D. Smith and A. Larson. 2011. Comparative phylogeography of four Indo-Pacific moray eel species (Muraenidae) reveals comparable ocean-wide genetic connectivity despite five-fold differences in available adult habitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series 437: 269-277.

  • Reece, J. 2010. Phylogenetics and phylogeography of moray eels (Muraenidae). .

  • Reece, J. 2010. Phylogenetics and Phylogeography of Moray Eels (Muraenidae). .

  • Reece, J., D. Smith and E. Holm. 2010. Moray Eels of the Anarchias cantonensis Group (Anguilliformes. Copeia 2010: 421-430.

  • Reece, J., B. Bowen, D. Smith and A. Larson. 2010. Molecular phylogenetics of moray eels (Muraenidae) demonstrates multiple origins of a shell-crushing jaw ( Gymnomuraena, Echidna) and multiple colonizations of the Atlantic Ocean. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57: 829-835.

  • Reece, J., B. Bowen, K. Joshi, V. Goz and A. Larson. 2010. Phylogeography of Two Moray Eels Indicates High Dispersal Throughout the Indo-Pacific. Journal of Heredity 101: 391-402.

  • Brock, K., J. Reece and L. Ehrhart. 2009. Effects of Artificial Beach Nourishment on Marine Turtles. Restoration Ecology 17: 297-307.

  • Reece, J., L. Ehrhart and C. Parkinson. 2006. Mixed stock analysis of juvenile loggerheads (Caretta caretta) in Indian River Lagoon, Florida. Conservation Genetics 7: 345-352.

  • Reece, J., T. Castoe and C. Parkinson. 2005. Historical perspectives on population genetics and conservation of three marine turtle species. Conservation Genetics 6: 235-251.

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Educational Background

  • 2010 – PhD, Washington University in St. Louis (Biology)

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