Paul Leonard Leberg, Ph.D

Biology University of Louisiana, USA 
Wildlife Genetics, Conservation Biology, Evolution
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Byerly PA, Chesser RT, Fleischer RC, et al. (2022) Museum genomics provide evidence for persistent genetic differentiation in a threatened seabird species in the Western Atlantic. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Hauser SS, Athrey G, Leberg PL. (2021) Waste not, want not: Microsatellites remain an economical and informative technology for conservation genetics. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 15800-15814
Geary B, Leberg PL, Purcell KM, et al. (2020) Breeding Brown Pelicans Improve Foraging Performance as Energetic Needs Rise. Scientific Reports. 10: 1686
Byerly PA, Waddle JH, Premeaux AR, et al. (2020) Effects of barrier island salt marsh restoration on marsh bird occurrence in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Restoration Ecology
Hauser SS, Walker L, Leberg PL. (2019) Asymmetrical gene flow of the recently delisted passerine black-capped vireo () indicates source-sink dynamics in central Texas. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 463-470
Klerks PL, Athrey GN, Leberg PL. (2019) Response to Selection for Increased Heat Tolerance in a Small Fish Species, With the Response Decreased by a Population Bottleneck Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7
Hauser S, Wakeland K, Leberg P. (2018) Inconsistent use of multiple comparison corrections in studies of population genetic structure: Are some Type I errors more tolerable than others? Molecular Ecology Resources
Baker AD, Leberg PL. (2018) Impacts of human recreation on carnivores in protected areas. Plos One. 13: e0195436
Geary B, Walter ST, Leberg PL, et al. (2018) Condition-dependent foraging strategies in a coastal seabird: evidence for the rich get richer hypothesis Behavioral Ecology. 30: 356-363
Geary B, Longest SM, Ottewell K, et al. (2017) Genetic structure of brown pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis) in the northern Gulf of Mexico in the context of human management and disturbance. Plos One. 12: e0185309
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