Have a look at our work on Google Scholar.
Wagner, C.E.. 2018. Improbable big birds. Science 359:157-159. Link.
Wagner, C.E. and E.G. Mandeville. 2017. Speciation, species persistence and the goals of studying genomic barriers to gene flow. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30:1512-1515. Link.
Mahler, D.L., M.G. Weber, C.E. Wagner, T. Ingram. 2017. Pattern and process in the comparative study of convergent evolution. The American Naturalist, 190(S1):S13-S28. Link.
Meier, J.I., D.A. Marques, S. Mwaiko, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Ancient hybridization fuels cichlid fish adaptive radiations. Nature Communications, 8:14363. Link. *Recommended by Faculty of 1000
Weber, M.G., C.E. Wagner, R.G. Best, L.J. Harmon, B. Matthews. 2017. Evolution in a community context: On integrating ecological interactions and macroevolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 32(4): 291-304. Link.
Meier, J.I., V.C. Sousa, D.A. Marques, O.M. Selz, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Demographic modeling with whole genome data reveals parallel origin of similar Pundamilia cichlid species after hybridization. Molecular Ecology, 26: 123-141. Link.
Marques, D.A., K. Lucek, M.P. Haesler, A.F. Feller, J.I. Meier, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Genomic landscape of early ecological speciation initiated by selection on nuptial color. Molecular Ecology, 26: 7-24. Link.
Marques, D.A., K. Lucek, J.I. Meier, S. Mwaiko, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2016. Genomics of rapid incipient speciation in sympatric threespine stickleback. PLoS Genetics 12(2): e1005886. Link.
Seehausen, O., and C.E. Wagner. 2014. Speciation in freshwater fishes. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 45: 621-651. Link.
Brawand, D.*, C.E. Wagner*, Y. Li*, et al. 2014. The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish. Nature, 513: 375-381. Link. (*these authors contributed equally)
Wagner, C.E., L.J. Harmon, and O. Seehausen. 2014. Cichlid species-area relationships are shaped by adaptive radiations that scale with area. Ecology Letters, 17: 583-592. Link.
*Recommended by Faculty of 1000
Seehausen, O., R.K. Butlin, I. Keller, C.E. Wagner, et al. 2014. Genomics and the origin of species. Nature Reviews Genetics, 15: 176-192. Link.
Wagner, C.E., I. Keller, S. Wittwer, O.M. Selz, S. Mwaiko, L. Greuter, A. Sivasundar, O. Seehausen. 2013. Genome-wide RAD sequence data provide unprecedented resolution of species boundaries and relationships in the Lake Victoria cichlid adaptive radiation. Molecular Ecology, 22:787-798. Link.
Keller, I., C.E. Wagner, L. Greuter, S. Mwaiko, O.M. Selz, A. Sivasundar, S. Wittwer, O. Seehausen. 2013. Population genomic signatures of divergent adaptation, gene flow, and hybrid speciation in the rapid radiation of Lake Victoria cichlid fishes. Molecular Ecology, 22:2848-2863. Link.
Wagner, C.E., L.J. Harmon, and O. Seehausen. 2012. Ecological opportunity and sexual selection together predict adaptive radiation. Nature, 487:366-369. Link.
Wagner, C.E., A.R. McCune, I.J. Lovette. 2012. Recent speciation between sympatric Tanganyikan cichlid color morphs. Molecular Ecology, 21:3283-3292. Link.
Junker, J., A. Peter, C.E. Wagner, S. Mwaiko, B. Germann, O. Seehausen, I. Keller. 2012. River fragmentation increases localized population genetic structure and enhances asymmetry of dispersal in bullhead (Cottus gobio). Conservation Genetics,13:545-556. Link.
Wagner, C.E. and A.R. McCune. 2009. Contrasting patterns of spatial genetic structure in sympatric rock-dwelling cichlid fishes. Evolution 63:1312-1326. Link.
Wagner, C.E.*, P.B. McIntyre*, K. Smith and E. Michel. 2009. Diet predicts intestine length in Lake Tanganyika’s cichlid fishes. Functional Ecology 23:1122-1131. Link. (*these authors contributed equally)
Capps, K. A., M. A. Davison, Y. A. Kapetanakos, J. M. Moslemi, C.E. Wagner and A. Flecker. 2009. Crossing borders: promoting graduate research in the developing world. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:333-334.