Yvonne L Chan
Yvonne L Chan
University of Hawaii, Stanford University, University of British Columbia
Verified email at hawaii.edu
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When agendas collide: human welfare and biological conservation
KMA Chan, RM Pringle, JAI Ranganathan, CL Boggs, YL Chan, ...
Conservation biology 21 (1), 59-68, 2007
Serial SimCoal: a population genetics model for data from multiple populations and points in time
CNK Anderson, U Ramakrishnan, YL Chan, EA Hadly
Bioinformatics 21 (8), 1733-1734, 2005
Genetic response to climatic change: insights from ancient DNA and phylochronology
EA Hadly, UMA Ramakrishnan, YL Chan, M van Tuinen, K O'Keefe, ...
PLoS Biol 2 (10), e290, 2004
Bayesian estimation of the timing and severity of a population bottleneck from ancient DNA
YL Chan, CNK Anderson, EA Hadly
PLoS Genet 2 (4), e59, 2006
Ancient DNA reveals Holocene loss of genetic diversity in a South American rodent
YL Chan, EA Lacey, OP Pearson, EA Hadly
Biology letters 1 (4), 423-426, 2005
Comparative avian phylogeography of Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea mountains: implications for conservation
TB Smith, K Holder, D Girman, K O’keefe, B Larison, Y Chan
Molecular Ecology 9 (10), 1505-1516, 2000
Early Pleistocene enamel proteome from Dmanisi resolves Stephanorhinus phylogeny
E Cappellini, F Welker, L Pandolfi, J Ramos-Madrigal, D Samodova, ...
Nature 574 (7776), 103-107, 2019
Subspecific Differentiation and Conservation of Song Sparrows (Melospiza Melodia) in the San Francisco Bay Region Inferred by Microsatellite Loci Analysis
Y Chan, P Arcese
The Auk 119 (3), 641-657, 2002
Morphological and microsatellite differentiation in Melospiza melodia (Aves) at a microgeographic scale
Y Chan, P Arcese
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16 (5), 939-947, 2003
Ancient DNA Evidence of Prolonged Population Persistence with Negligible Genetic Diversity in an Endemic Tuco-Tuco (Ctenomys sociabilis)
EA Hadly, M van Tuinen, Y Chan, K Heiman
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (2), 403-417, 2003
Detecting concerted demographic response across community assemblages using hierarchical approximate Bayesian computation
YL Chan, D Schanzenbach, MJ Hickerson
Molecular Biology and Evolution 31 (9), 2501-2515, 2014
The contribution of island populations to in situ genetic conservation
A Wilson, P Arcese, LF Keller, CL Pruett, K Winker, MA Patten, Y Chan
Conservation Genetics 10 (2), 419-430, 2009
Asynchronous demographic responses to Pleistocene climate change in Eastern Nearctic vertebrates
FT Burbrink, YL Chan, EA Myers, S Ruane, BT Smith, MJ Hickerson
Ecology Letters 19 (12), 1457-1467, 2016
Multiple-scale habitat relationships of tidal-marsh breeding birds in the San Francisco Bay estuary
H Spautz, N Nur, D Stralberg, Y Chan
Studies in Avian Biology 32, 247, 2006
Generalist dinoflagellate endosymbionts and host genotype diversity detected from mesophotic (67-100 m depths) coral Leptoseris
YL Chan, X Pochon, MA Fisher, D Wagner, GT Concepcion, SE Kahng, ...
BMC ecology 9 (1), 1-7, 2009
From the past to the present: wolf phylogeography and demographic history based on the mitochondrial control region
E Ersmark, CFC Klütsch, YL Chan, MHS Sinding, SR Fain, NA Illarionova, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 134, 2016
Application of universally amplifying plastid primers to environmental sampling of a stream periphyton community
AR Sherwood, YL Chan, GG Presting
Molecular ecology resources 8 (5), 1011-1014, 2008
The effects of contemporary processes in maintaining the genetic structure of western song sparrows (Melospiza melodia)
CL Pruett, P Arcese, YL Chan, AG Wilson, MA Patten, LF Keller, K Winker
Heredity 101 (1), 67-74, 2008
Phylogeography of Microtus longicaudus in the Tectonically and Glacially Dynamic Central Rocky Mountains
PA Spaeth, M Van Tuinen, YL Chan, D Terca, EA Hadly
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (3), 571-584, 2009
Genetic variation over 10 000 years in Ctenomys: comparative phylochronology provides a temporal perspective on rarity, environmental change and demography
YL Chan, EA Hadly
Molecular ecology 20 (22), 4592-4605, 2011
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