Mary M. Peacock, Ph.D.

Biology University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
Conservation Genetics
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Borokini IT, Klingler KB, Peacock MM. (2021) Life in the desert: The impact of geographic and environmental gradients on genetic diversity and population structure of . Ecology and Evolution. 11: 17537-17556
Klingler KB, Jahner JP, Parchman TL, et al. (2021) Genomic variation in the American pika: signatures of geographic isolation and implications for conservation. Bmc Ecology and Evolution. 21: 2
Neville HM, Leasure DR, Dauwalter DC, et al. (2019) Application of multiple-population viability analysis to evaluate species recovery alternatives. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Amish SJ, Ali O, Peacock M, et al. (2019) Assessing thermal adaptation using family-based association and F -outlier tests in a threatened trout. Molecular Ecology
Leasure DR, Wenger SJ, Chelgren ND, et al. (2018) Hierarchical multi-population viability analysis. Ecology
Peacock MM, Hekkala ER, Kirchoff VS, et al. (2017) Return of a giant: DNA from archival museum samples helps to identify a unique cutthroat trout lineage formerly thought to be extinct. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 171253
Saglam IK, Prince DJ, Meek M, et al. (2017) Genomic Analysis Reveals Genetic Distinctiveness of the Paiute Cutthroat Trout Oncorhynchus clarkii seleniris Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 146: 1291-1302
Wenger SJ, Leasure DR, Dauwalter DC, et al. (2017) Viability analysis for multiple populations Biological Conservation. 216: 69-77
Peacock MM, Gustin MS, Kirchoff VS, et al. (2016) Native fishes in the Truckee River: Are in-stream structures and patterns of population genetic structure related? The Science of the Total Environment. 563: 221-236
Brown NL, Peacock MM, Ritchie ME. (2016) Genetic variation and population structure in a threatened species, the Utah prairie dog Cynomys parvidens: the use of genetic data to inform conservation actions. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 426-46
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