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11. Stothart, M.R., McLoughlin, P.D., and Poissant, J. (2022). Shallow shotgun sequencing of the microbiome recapitulates 16S amplicon results while providing functional insights. Molecular Ecology Resources 


10. Rimbach, R., Grant, A., Gupte, P.R., Newman, A.E.M., Stothart, M.R., and Pontzer, H. (2022). Comfortably numb? A stressor indicator decreases along a rural-urban gradient in eastern gray squirrels. Urban Naturalist


9. Webb, S., Teullet, S., and Stothart, M.R. (2022). Growing and maintaining a network for early career researchers through the Animal Microbiome Research Group. Evolutionary Anthropology 31(3):108-111.


8. Stothart, M.R. and Newman, A.E.M. (2021). Shades of grey: host phenotype dependent effect of urbanization on the bacterial microbiome of a wild mammal. Animal Microbiome 3(46):1-16.


7. Gavriliuc, S., Stothart, M.R., Henry, A., & Poissant, J.P. (2021). Long-term storage of feces at -80°C versus -20°C is negligible for 16S rRNA amplicon profiling of the equine bacterial microbiome. PeerJ 9:e10837sniff

6. Stothart, M.R., Greuel, R.J, Gavriliuc, S., Henry, A., Wilson, A.J., McLoughlin, P.D., & Poissant, J.P. (2020). Bacterial dispersal and drift drive microbiome diversity patterns within a population of feral hindgut fermenters. Molecular Ecology 30(2):555-571


5. Greyson-Gaito, C., Bartley, T., Cottenie, K., Jarvis, W., Newman, A.E.M, and Stothart, M.R. (2020). Into the wild: microbiome transplant studies need broader ecological reality. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287(1921):1-9Ecorelcrop

4. Stothart, M.R., Palme, R., Newman, A.E.M. (2019). It’s what’s on the inside that counts: stress physiology and the bacterial microbiome of a wild urban mammal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286:20192111UrbanSquirrel2 (2)

3. Rivkin, L.R., Santangelo, J.S., Alberti, M., Aronson, M.F.J., de Keyzer, C.W., Diamond, S.E., Fortin, M., Frazee, L.J., Gorton, A.J., Hendry, A.P., Liu, Y., Losos, J.B., MacIvor, J.S., Martin, R.A., McDonnell, M.J., Miles, L.S., Munshi‐South, J., Ness, R.W., Newman, A.E.M., Stothart, M.R., Theodorou, P., Thompson, K.A., Verrelli, B.C., Whitehead, A., Winchell, K.M. & Johnson, M.T.J. (2019). A roadmap for research in urban evolutionary ecology. Evolutionary Applications 12:384-398 cityscape

2. Stothart, M.R., Elliott, K.H., Wood, T., Hatch, S.A., and Speakman, J.R. (2016). Counting calories in cormorants: dynamic body acceleration predicts daily energy expenditure in pelagic cormorants. Journal of Experimental Biology 219:2192-2200. corm2

1. Stothart, M.R., Bobbie, C.B., Schulte-Hostedde, A.I., Boonstra, R., Palme, R., Mykytczuk, N.C.S., and Newman A.E.M. (2016). Stress and the microbiome: linking glucocorticoids to bacterial community dynamics in wild red squirrels. Biology Letters 12: 20150875squirrelswab2