Paterson C., Chabot, C. , Robertson, J., Cota-Nieto, J., Errisman, B., Allen, L.G.. (2015). The genetic diversity and population structure of barred sand bass: a historically important fisheries species off Southern and Baja California. CalCOFI Rep. Vol 56.

Pilliod, D. S., Arkle, R.S., Robertson, J.M., Murphy, M.A., Funk, C.W. (2015). Effects of changing climate on aquatic habitat and connectivity for remnant populations of a wide-ranging frog species in an arid landscape. Ecology and Evolution. Doi:10.1002/ece3.1634

Robertson, J.M., Langin, K.M., Sillett, T.S., Morrison, S.A., Ghalambor, C.K., Funk, W.C. (2015). Identifying evolutionarily significant units and prioritizing populations for management on islands. Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist 7, 397-411.

Hardwick, KM, Robertson JM, Rosenblum EB (2013) Asymmetrical mate preference in recently adapted white sands and black lava populations of Sceloporus undulates Current Zoology. 59 (1): 20 – 30.

Robertson JM, Vega A (2011) Genetic and phenotypic variation in a colourful treefrog across five geographic barriers. Journal of Biogeography. 38 (11): 2122 – 2135.

Robertson JM, Hoversten K, Grundler M, et al. (2011) Colonization of novel White Sands habitat is associated with changes in lizard anti-predator behaviour. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 103 (3): 657-667.

Robertson JM, Chan, LM (2011) Species richness in a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Journal of Biogeography. 38 (11): 2043-2044.

DesRoches, S, Robertson, JM, Rosenblum, EB, Harmon, LJ (2011). Ecological release in white sands lizards. Ecology and Evolution 1 (4): 571-578.

Robertson JM, Greene HW, Loew ER (in review) Bright colors as social signals in nocturnal frogs. American Naturalist.

Robertson JM, Rosenblum EB (2010) Male territoriality and ‘sex confusion’ in recently adapted lizards at White Sands. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23 (9): 1928-1936.

Yoder JB, Clancey E, Des Roches S, et al. (2101) Ecological opportunity and the origin of adaptive radiations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23, 1581-1596.

Robertson JM, Vega A, Chaves G (2010) Agalychnis spurelli. Geographic range expansion. Herpetological Review.

Robertson JM, Duryea MC, Zamudio KR (2009) Discordant patterns of evolutionary differentiation in two Neotropical treefrogs. Molecular Ecology 18 (7): 1375-1395.

Robertson JM, Zamudio KR (2009) Vicariance and localized selection contribute to phenotypic diversification in a polytypic frog. Journal of Heredity. 100 (6): 715-731.

Robertson JM, Rosenblum EB (2009) Rapid divergence of social signal colouration across the White Sands ecotone for three lizard species under strong natural selection. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 98 (2): 243-255.

Zamudio K, Robertson JM, Chan L, Sazima I (2009) Population structure in an extreme narrow endemic: evidence for drift offset by asymmetrical migration in a tiny geographic range. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97, 259 – 274.

Ohmer ME, Robertson JM, Zamudio KR (2009) Discordance in body size, colour pattern, and advertisement call across genetically distinct populations in a Neotropical anuran (Dendropsophus ebraccatus). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97, 298-313.

Robertson JM, Lips KR, Heist EJ (2008) Fine scale gene flow and individual movements among subpopulations of Centrolene prosoblepon (Anura : Centrolenidae). Revista De Biologia Tropical 56, 13-26.

Robertson JM, Robertson AD (2008) Spatial and temporal patterns of phenotypic variation in a Neotropical frog. Journal of Biogeography 35, 830-843.

Robertson JM, Cardelus CL, Williams MI (2007) Enulius sclateri (White-headed snake). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 38, 466-467.

Rosenbaum PA, Robertson JM, Zamudio KR (2007) Unexpectedly low genetic divergences among populations of the threatened bog turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii). Conservation Genetics 8, 331-342.

Vriesendorp C, Robertson JM (2007) Urotheca (Pliocercus) euryzonus (halloween snake). Diet. . Herpetological Review 38, 470-471.

Greig C, Robertson JM, Banks MA (2002) Rapid PCR-based species tests for sympatric salmonids. Conservation Genetics 3, 83-86.