Goodchild, S. and C.A. Stockwell. 2016. An Experimental Test of Novel Ecological Communities of Imperiled and Invasive Species. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145: 264-268.
McLean, K.I., C.A. Stockwell and D.M. Mushet. 2016. Cannibalistic-morph tiger salamanders in unexpected ecological contexts. The American Midland Naturalist 175: 64-72.
Henkanaththegedara, S.M., J. Fisher, D. McEwen and C.A. Stockwell. 2015. The impacts of recently established fish populations on invertebrate communities in desert springs and potential conflicts in setting conservation goals. Diversity 7:3-15.
Purcell, K. and C.A. Stockwell. 2015. An evaluation of the genetic structure and post-introduction dispersal of a non-native fish to the North Island of New Zealand. Biological Invasions. 17: 625-636 pdf
Reed, J.M. and C.A. Stockwell. 2014. Evaluating an icon of population persistence: The Devils Hole pupfish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 281: 20141648.http//dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2014.1648. pdf
Henkanaththegedara, S.M. and C.A. Stockwell. 2014. Intraguild predation mediates co-existence of native and non-native fish: Insights from a mesocosm experiment. J. Applied Ecology pdf
Fisher,J.D., D.M. Mushet and C.A. Stockwell. 2014. Potential for parasite-induced biases in aquatic invertbrate population studies. Hydrobiologia 722:199-204. pdf
Mushet, D.M., K. McLean, and C.A. Stockwell. 2013. Salamander colonization of Chase Lake, Stutsman County, North Dakota. Prairie Naturalist 45:106-108.
Mushet, D. M., N. H. Euliss, Jr., and C.A. Stockwell. 2013. Complex spatial dynamics maintain northern leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens) genetic diversity in a temporally varying landscape. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 8:163 – 175. PDF
Stockwell, C.A., J.S. Heilveil and K. Purcell. 2013. Estimating divergence time for two Evolutionarily Significant Units of a protected fish species. Conservation Genetics 14:215–222 PDF
Henkanaththegedara, S. M. and C.A. Stockwell. 2013. The role of gape-limitation in intraguild predation between native and non-native fish. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 22: 11–20 PDF
Purcell, K.M., Ling, N. and C.A. Stockwell 2012. Evaluation of the introduction history and genetic diversity of a serially introduced fish population in New Zealand. Biological Invasions. 14:2057-2065; DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0213-1 PDF
Mushet, D. M., N. H. Euliss, Jr., and C. A. Stockwell. 2012. Mapping Anuran Habitat Suitability to Estimate Effects of Grassland and Wetland Conservation Programs. Copeia 2012: 321–330. PDF
Mushet, D. M., N. H. Euliss, Jr., and C. A. Stockwell. 2012. A conceptual model to facilitate amphibian conservation in the northern Great Plains. Great Plains Research 22: 45-58. PDF
Stockwell, C.A., K. M. Purcell, M.L. Collyer and J. Janovy. 2011. Effects of salinity on Physa acuta, the intermediate host for the parasite Posthodiplostomum minimum; implications for the translocation of the protected White Sands pupfish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:1370–1374. PDF
Collyer, M. L., C.A. Stockwell and J. S. Heilveil. 2011. Contemporary evolutionary divergence for a protected species following assisted colonization. PLoS ONE. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and S. M. Henkanaththegedara. 2011. Conservation biology of poeciliids. Invited book chapter, Editors, I. Schlupp, A. Pilastro and J. Evans, The evolutionary ecology of the Livebearing Fishes”. University of Chicago Press PDF
Henkanaththegedara, S. M. and C. A. Stockwell. 2011. Melanism in endangered Mohave tui chub Siphateles bicolor mohavensis Snyder 1918 (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Western North American Naturalist 71:127-130. PDF
Purcell K.M., S. L. Lance, K. L. Jones and C.A. Stockwell. 2011. Ten novel microsatellite markers for the western mosquitofish Gambusia affinis. Conservation Genetics Resources 3:361-363. PDF
Kinnison, M. T., A. P. Hendry and C. A. Stockwell. 2007. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology II. Impediments to integration and application. Ecological Research 22:947-954. (Invited) PDF
Collyer, M. L., C. A. Stockwell, D. C. Adams and M. H. Reiser. 2007. Phenotypic plasticity and contemporary evolution in introduced populations: evidence from translocated populations of white sands pupfish (Cyrpinodon tularosa). Ecological Research 22:902-910. (Invited) PDF
Stockwell, C. A., M. T. Kinnison and A. P. Hendry. 2006. Evolutionary Restoration Ecology. Pages 113-138 in D. A. Falk, M. A. Palmer and J. B. Zedler, Editors, Foundations of Restoration Ecology, Island Press. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and M. L. Collyer. 2006. Rapid adaptation and conservation. Pages 192-194 in F. Allendorf and G. Luikart, editors, Conservation and the Genetics of Populations. Blackwell Press. PDF
Rogowski, D., H. Reiser and C. A. Stockwell. 2006. Fish habitat associations in a spatially variable desert stream. Journal of Fish Biology 68:1473-1483. PDF
Rogowski, D. and C. A. Stockwell. 2006a. Parasites and salinity: costly tradeoffs in a threatened species. Oecologia 146:615-622. PDF
Rogowski, D. and C. A. Stockwell. 2006b. Assessment of the potential impacts of exotic species on populations of White Sands pupfish, Cyprinodon tularosa. Biological Invasions 18:79-87. PDF
Moen, D. S. and C. A. Stockwell. 2006. Specificity of the monogenean Gyrodactylus tularosae Kritsky and Stockwell 2005, to its Natural Host, the White Sands Pupfish (Cyprinodon tularosa Miller and Echelle 1975). Comparative Parasitology 73:278-281. PDF
Collyer, M. L., J. M. Novak and C. A. Stockwell. 2005. Morphological Divergence of Native and Recently Established Populations of White Sands Pupfish (Cyprinodon tularosa). Copeia 2005:1–11. PDF
Kritsky, D. C. and C. A. Stockwell. 2005. New species of Gyrodactylus (Monogenoidea, Gyrodactylidae) from the White Sands pupfish, Cyprinodon tularosa, in New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 50:312-317. PDF
Collyer, M. L. and C. A. Stockwell. 2004. Experimental evidence for costs of parasitism for a threatened species, White Sands pupfish. Journal of Animal Ecology 73:821-830. PDF
Iyengar, A., C. A. Stockwell, D. Layfield and P. A. Morin. 2004. Characterisation of microsatellite markers in White Sands pupfish (Cyprinodon tularosa). Molecular Ecology Notes 4:191-193. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and M. V. Ashley. 2004. Rapid adaptation and conservation. Conservation Biology 18:272-273. PDF
Epifanio J., G. Haas, K. Pratt, B. Rieman, P. Spruell, C. A. Stockwell, F. Utter and W. Young. 2003. Integrating conservation genetic considerations into conservation planning: a case study of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in the Lake Pend Oreille – Lower Clark Fork River System. Fisheries 18:10-24. PDF
Stockwell, C. A., A. P. Hendry, and M. T. Kinnison. 2003. Contemporary evolution meets conservation biology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:94-101. ***Thomas Reuters Essential Science Indicators as the highest cited paper in the research area of rapid climate change. Reviewed in Science-Watch as “Fast Moving Front”: sciencewatch.com/dr/fmf/2008/08julfmf/08julfmfSockwl/ PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and P. L. Leberg. 2002. Translocations as a tool in the conservation of native fishes: emerging research directions. Western North American Naturalist 62:32-38. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. 2002. Threatened fishes of the world: Cyprinodon tularosa Miller & Echelle, 1975 (Cyprinodontidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 63:404. PDF
Hershler, R., H-P. Liu and C. A. Stockwell. 2002. A new Genus of aquatic Gastropods (Rissooidea: Hydrobiidae) from the North American Southwest: Phylogenetic Relationships and Biogeography. Proceedings of the Washington Biological Society 115:171-188. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and G. L. Vinyard. 2000. Life history variation in recently established populations of western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis). Western North American Naturalist 60:273-280. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and S. C. Weeks. 1999. Translocations and rapid evolutionary responses in recently established populations of the western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis). Animal Conservation 2:103-110. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. and M. Mulvey. 1998. Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase polymorphism and salinity in the White Sands pupfish. Evolution 52:1856-1860. PDF
Stockwell, C. A., M. Mulvey and A. G. Jones. 1998. Genetic evidence for two evolutionarily significant units of White Sands pupfish. Animal Conservation 1:213-226. PDF
Jones, A. G., C. A. Stockwell, D. Walker and J. C. Avise. 1998. The molecular basis of a microsatellite null allele from the White Sands pupfish. Journal of Heredity 89:339-342. PDF
Stockwell, C. A., M. Mulvey and G. L. Vinyard. 1996. Translocations and the preservation of allelic diversity. Conservation Biology 10:1133-1141. PDF
Stockwell, C. 1994. The biology of Walker Lake. Report to University of Nevada, Biological Resources Research Center, Reno.
Stockwell, C. A. 1994. Current nomenclature and status of fishes of Nevada. Pages 5-6n in I. LaRivers, Fishes and Fisheries of Nevada. University of Nevada Press, Reno, NV.
Stockwell, C. A. 1991. Behavioural reactions of desert bighorn sheep to avian scavengers. Journal of Zoology (London) 225:253-256. PDF
Stockwell, C. A., G. C. Bateman and J. Berger. 1991. Conflicts in National Parks: A case study of helicopters and bighorn sheep at Grand Canyon. Biological Conservation 56:317-328. PDF
Stockwell, C. A. 2004. Conservation biology for biologists. Conservation Biology 18:284-285. PDF