Peer-Reviewed Publications

Cancellare*, I.A., R.T. Kazmaier, J.E. Janecka, and R. Ward. Bobcat gene flow in western Texas is influenced by scale-dependent landscape effects and sex- biased dispersal. In preparation. 

Jarreau, P.B., I.A. Cancellare, B.J. Carmichael, L. Porter, D. Toker, and S.Z. Yammine. 2019. Using Selfies to Challenge Public Stereotypes of Scientists. In review. Preprint available here.

Janecka, J.E., M.E. Tewes, I.A. Davis, L.L. Laack, A. Caso, L.I. Grassman, A.M. Haines, and R.L. Honeycutt. 2016. Comparative impacts of fragmentation on  landscape genetics of a habitat generalist and specialist, the bobcat and ocelot. Conservation Genetics 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s10592-016-0846-1

Davis, I.A. 2015. Landscape genetics of bobcats (Lynx rufus) across western Texas. 2015 Thesis, West Texas A&M University. URL:

*Née Davis