Martin Mendez, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Population genetics, molecular ecology, conservation, cetaceans,
Website:
http://research.amnh.org/users/mmendez
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George Amato grad student 2004-2010 American Museum of Natural History
Rob DeSalle grad student 2004-2010 American Museum of Natural History
Howard Rosenbaum grad student 2004-2010 Columbia
 (Environmental factors to population structure in mobile marine organisms: A combined genetic-oceanographic approach in coastal cetaceans.)
Eleanor Sterling grad student 2004-2010 American Museum of Natural History
Randall Wells grad student 2004-2010 Columbia
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Fedrizzi N, Stiassny ML, Boehm JT, et al. (2015) Population Genetic Structure of the Dwarf Seahorse (Hippocampus zosterae) in Florida. Plos One. 10: e0132308
Mendez M, Kershaw F, Palumbi S, et al. (2014) Marine Spatial Planning 2.0: Genes and satellites to conserve seascape dynamics Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 24: 742-744
Mendez M, Jefferson TA, Kolokotronis SO, et al. (2013) Integrating multiple lines of evidence to better understand the evolutionary divergence of humpback dolphins along their entire distribution range: a new dolphin species in Australian waters? Molecular Ecology. 22: 5936-48
Kershaw F, Waller T, Micucci P, et al. (2013) Informing conservation units: Barriers to dispersal for the yellow anaconda Diversity and Distributions. 19: 1164-1174
McCartney-Melstad E, Waller T, Micucci PA, et al. (2012) Population structure and gene flow of the yellow anaconda (Eunectes notaeus) in northern Argentina. Plos One. 7: e37473
Pineda-Catalan O, Mendez M, Gleizer A, et al. (2012) Conservation genetics of harvested river turtles, Podocnemis expansa and Podocnemis unifilis, in the Peruvian Amazon: all roads lead to Iquitos. Mitochondrial Dna. 23: 230-8
Mendez M, Subramaniam A, Collins T, et al. (2011) Molecular ecology meets remote sensing: environmental drivers to population structure of humpback dolphins in the Western Indian Ocean. Heredity. 107: 349-61
Mendez M, Rosenbaum HC, Wells RS, et al. (2010) Genetic evidence highlights potential impacts of by-catch to cetaceans. Plos One. 5: e15550
Mendez M, Rosenbaum HC, Subramaniam A, et al. (2010) Isolation by environmental distance in mobile marine species: molecular ecology of franciscana dolphins at their southern range. Molecular Ecology. 19: 2212-28
Mendez M. (2009) Mito-communication. Mitochondrial Dna. 20: 103-4
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