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Complete open-access text of [dissertation on ShareOK][1]. Published versions of chapters - Chapter 1 published in [Evolutionary Biology][2] as "An Integrated Framework for Hybrid Zone Models". - Chapter 2 published in [American Midland Naturalist][3] as "Current and Historical Extent of Phenotypic Variation in the Tufted and Black-crested Titmouse (Paridae) Hybrid Zone in the Southern Great Plains". - Chapter 3 published in [Behaviour][4] as "Complex spatiotemporal variation in processes shaping song variation". - Chapter 4 in review at PLoS ONE as "Spatiotemporal structuring of multiple transects across a complex avian hybrid zone". - Chapter 5 published in [Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology][5] as "Shadow of a doubt: premating and postmating isolating barriers in a temporally complex songbird (Passeriformes: Paridae) hybrid zone". [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]:
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