Nicolas Dussex
Nicolas Dussex
Postdoctoral researcher, Swedish Museum of Natural History - Centre for Palaeogenetics
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Bridging the conservation genetics gap by identifying barriers to implementation for conservation practitioners
HR Taylor, N Dussex N, Y van Heezik
Global Ecology and Conservation 10, 231–242, 2017
Dense sampling of bird diversity increases power of comparative genomics
S Feng, J Stiller, Y Deng, J Armstrong, Q Fang, AH Reeve, D Xie, G Chen, ...
Nature 587 (7833), 252-257, 2020
Diaspore traits discriminate good from weak colonisers on high-elevation summits
P Vittoz, N Dussex, J Wassef, A Guisan
Basic and Applied Ecology 10 (6), 508-515, 2009
Genome‐wide SNPs reveal fine‐scale differentiation among wingless alpine stonefly populations and introgression between winged and wingless forms
N Dussex, A Chuah, JM Waters
Evolution 70 (1), 38-47, 2016
Genome-Based Sexing Provides Clues about Behavior and Social Structure in the Woolly Mammoth
P Pečnerová, D Díez-del-Molino, N Dussex, T Feuerborn, J von Seth, ...
Current Biology 27 (22), 3505-3510, 2017
The tuatara genome reveals ancient features of amniote evolution
NJ Gemmell, K Rutherford, S Prost, M Tollis, D Winter, JR Macey, ...
Nature 584 (7821), 403-409, 2020
Postglacial expansion and not human influence best explains the population structure in the endangered kea (Nestor notabilis)
N Dussex, D Wegmann, BC Robertson
Molecular Ecology 23 (9), 2193-2209, 2014
Ancient and contemporary DNA reveal a pre-human decline but no population bottleneck associated with recent human persecution in the kea (Nestor notabilis)
N Dussex, NJ Rawlence, BC Robertson
PloS one 10 (2), e0118522, 2015
European colonization, not Polynesian arrival, impacted population size and genetic diversity in the critically endangered New Zealand kākāpō
LM Bergner, N Dussex, IG Jamieson, BC Robertson
Journal of Heredity 107 (7), 593-602, 2016
Pre-extinction demographic stability and genomic signatures of adaptation in the woolly rhinoceros
E Lord, N Dussex, M Kierczak, D Díez-del-Molino, O Ryder, D r A Stanton, ...
Current Biology, 2020
Receding ice drove parallel expansions in Southern Ocean penguins
TL Cole, L Dutoit, N Dussex, T Hart, A Alexander, JL Younger, GV Clucas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (52), 26690-26696, 2019
Full Mitogenomes in the Critically Endangered Kakapo Reveal Major Post-Glacial and Anthropogenic Effects on Neutral Genetic Diversity
N Dussex, J von Seth, BC Robertson, L Dalén
Genes 9 (220), 2018
Low Spatial Genetic Differentiation Associated with Rapid Recolonization in the New Zealand Fur Seal Arctocephalus forsteri
N Dussex, BC Robertson, AT Salis, A Kalinin, H Best, NJ Gemmell
Journal of Heredity 107 (7), 581-592, 2016
Evidence for Bergmann’s Rule and not allopatric subspeciation in the threatened Kaka (Nestor meridionalis)
N Dussex, J Sainsbury, R Moorhouse, IG Jamieson, BC Robertson
Journal of Heredity 106 (6), 1-13, 2015
Ancient DNA of crested penguins: Testing for temporal genetic shifts in the world’s most diverse penguin clade
TL Cole, NJ Rawlence, N Dussex, U Ellenberg, DM Houston, T Mattern, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 131, 72-79, 2019
Purifying Selection in Corvids Is Less Efficient on Islands
VE Kutschera, JW Poelstra, F Botero-Castro, N Dussex, NJ Gemmell, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 37 (2), 469-474, 2019
Reduced representation sequencing detects only subtle regional structure in a heavily exploited and rapidly recolonizing marine mammal species
N Dussex, HR Taylor, WR Stovall, K Rutherford, KG Dodds, SM Clarke, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8, 13, 2018
Mitogenomic evidence of close relationships between New Zealand’s extinct giant raptors and small-sized Australian sister-taxa
M Knapp, JE Thomas, J Haile, S Prost, SYW Ho, N Dussex, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 134, 122-128, 2019
When genetic and phenotypic data do not agree: the conservation implications of ignoring inconvenient taxonomic evidence
N Dussex, HR Taylor, M Irestedt, BC Robertson
New Zealand journal of Ecology 42 (2), 1-7, 2018
De-extinction needs consultation
HR Taylor, N Dussex, Y van Heezik
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (1), 1-2, 2017
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