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Parallel adaptive evolution of Atlantic cod on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean in response to temperature
Despite the enormous economic and ecological importance of marine organisms, the spatial scales of adaptation and biocomplexity remain largely unknown. Yet, the preservation of local stocks thatExpand
Global patterns in marine dispersal estimates: the influence of geography, taxonomic category and life history
We examine estimates of dispersal in a broad range of marine species through an analysis of published values, and evaluate how well these values represent global patterns through a comparison withExpand
Genomic islands of divergence and their consequences for the resolution of spatial structure in an exploited marine fish
As populations diverge, genomic regions associated with adaptation display elevated differentiation. These genomic islands of adaptive divergence can inform conservation efforts in exploited species,Expand
Trans-oceanic genomic divergence of Atlantic cod ecotypes is associated with large inversions
Chromosomal rearrangements such as inversions can play a crucial role in maintaining polymorphism underlying complex traits and contribute to the process of speciation. In Atlantic cod (GadusExpand
megasat: automated inference of microsatellite genotypes from sequence data
megasat is software that enables genotyping of microsatellite loci using next‐generation sequencing data. Microsatellites are amplified in large multiplexes, and then sequenced in pooled amplicons.Expand
Conservation genomics of anadromous Atlantic salmon across its North American range: outlier loci identify the same patterns of population structure as neutral loci
Anadromous Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) is a species of major conservation and management concern in North America, where population abundance has been declining over the past 30 years. EffectiveExpand
Does fish larval dispersal differ between high and low latitudes?
Several factors lead to expectations that the scale of larval dispersal and population connectivity of marine animals differs with latitude. We examine this expectation for demersal shorefishes,Expand
Population structure of Atlantic mackerel inferred from RAD‐seq‐derived SNP markers: effects of sequence clustering parameters and hierarchical SNP selection
Restriction‐site‐associated DNA sequencing (RAD‐seq) and related methods are revolutionizing the field of population genomics in nonmodel organisms as they allow generating an unprecedented number ofExpand
Identifying patterns of dispersal, connectivity and selection in the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus, using RADseq‐derived SNPs
Understanding patterns of dispersal and connectivity among marine populations can directly inform fisheries conservation and management. Advances in high‐throughput sequencing offer new opportunitiesExpand
Otolith elemental composition and adult tagging reveal spawning site fidelity and estuarine dependency in rainbow smelt
Observations of homing and straying in marine organisms based on traditional Eulerian approaches may fail to resolve dispersal kernels or be unable to differentiate homing from invariant localExpand