Robin Waples, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
National Marine Fisheries Service, Newport, OR, United States 
Area:
population genetics
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Waples RS. (2023) Practical application of the linkage disequilibrium method for estimating contemporary effective population size: A review. Molecular Ecology Resources. 24: e13879
Gargiulo R, Waples RS, Grow AK, et al. (2023) Effective population size in a partially clonal plant is not predicted by the number of genetic individuals. Evolutionary Applications. 16: 750-766
Waples RS, Ford MJ, Nichols K, et al. (2022) Implications of Large-Effect Loci for Conservation: A Review and Case Study with Pacific Salmon. The Journal of Heredity. 113: 121-144
Waples RS. (2022) What is Ne, anyway? The Journal of Heredity
Waples RS, Ford MJ, Nichols K, et al. (2022) Implications of Large-Effect Loci for Conservation: A Review and Case Study with Pacific Salmon. The Journal of Heredity
Waples RS, Naish KA, Primmer CR. (2019) Conservation and Management of Salmon in the Age of Genomics. Annual Review of Animal Biosciences
Lehnert SJ, Kess T, Bentzen P, et al. (2019) Genomic signatures and correlates of widespread population declines in salmon. Nature Communications. 10: 2996
Yang L, Waples RS, Baskett ML. (2019) Life history and temporal variability of escape events interactively determine the fitness consequences of aquaculture escapees on wild populations. Theoretical Population Biology
Moran BM, Hench K, Waples RS, et al. (2019) The evolution of microendemism in a reef fish (Hypoplectrus maya). Molecular Ecology
Kitada S, Nakajima K, Hamasaki K, et al. (2019) Rigorous monitoring of a large-scale marine stock enhancement program demonstrates the need for comprehensive management of fisheries and nursery habitat. Scientific Reports. 9: 5290
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