• Publications
  • Influence
Genomics in Conservation: Case Studies and Bridging the Gap between Data and Application.
We agree with Shafer et al. [1] that there is a need for well-documented case studies of the application of genomics in conservation and management as well as increased communication betweenExpand
  • 107
  • 9
  • PDF
UNICOR: a species connectivity and corridor network simulator
We introduce UNIversal CORridor network simulator (UNICOR), a species connectivity and corridor identifi cation tool. UNICOR applies Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm to individual-basedExpand
  • 93
  • 5
  • PDF
Vive la résistance: genome-wide selection against introduced alleles in invasive hybrid zones
Evolutionary and ecological consequences of hybridization between native and invasive species are notoriously complicated because patterns of selection acting on non-native alleles can varyExpand
  • 23
  • 3
  • PDF
Genomics and introgression: Discovery and mapping of thousands of species-diagnostic SNPs using RAD sequencing
Invasive hybridization and introgression pose a serious threat to the persistence of many native species. Understand- ing the effects of hybridization on native populations (e.g., fitnessExpand
  • 32
  • 2
  • PDF
Climate variables explain neutral and adaptive variation within salmonid metapopulations: the importance of replication in landscape genetics
Understanding how environmental variation influences population genetic structure is important for conservation management because it can reveal how human stressors influence population connectivity,Expand
  • 37
  • 2
Landscape community genomics: understanding eco-evolutionary processes in complex environments.
Extrinsic factors influencing evolutionary processes are often categorically lumped into interactions that are environmentally (e.g., climate, landscape) or community-driven, with littleExpand
  • 49
  • 1
  • PDF
Recent advances in conservation and population genomics data analysis
New computational methods and next‐generation sequencing (NGS) approaches have enabled the use of thousands or hundreds of thousands of genetic markers to address previously intractable questions.Expand
  • 30
  • 1
  • PDF
Aquatic Landscape Genomics and Environmental Effects on Genetic Variation.
Aquatic species represent a vast diversity of metazoans, provide humans with the most abundant animal protein source, and are of increasing conservation concern, yet landscape genomics is dominatedExpand
  • 24
  • 1
  • PDF
Effective number of breeders from sibship reconstruction: empirical evaluations using hatchery steelhead
Effective population size (Ne) is among the most important metrics in evolutionary biology. In natural populations, it is often difficult to collect adequate demographic data to calculate NeExpand
  • 29
  • 1
  • PDF
Accounting for adaptive capacity and uncertainty in assessments of species’ climate‐change vulnerability
Climate-change vulnerability assessments (CCVAs) are valuable tools for assessing species' vulnerability to climatic changes, yet failure to include measures of adaptive capacity and to account forExpand
  • 19
  • 1