David Tallmon
David Tallmon
Professor of Biology, University of Alaska Southeast
Verifierad e-postadress på uas.alaska.edu
TitelCiteras avÅr
The power and promise of population genomics: from genotyping to genome typing
G Luikart, PR England, D Tallmon, S Jordan, P Taberlet
Nature reviews genetics 4 (12), 981, 2003
12352003
The alluring simplicity and complex reality of genetic rescue
DA Tallmon, G Luikart, RS Waples
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19 (9), 489-496, 2004
6512004
Estimation of census and effective population sizes: the increasing usefulness of DNA-based approaches
G Luikart, N Ryman, DA Tallmon, MK Schwartz, FW Allendorf
Conservation Genetics 11 (2), 355-373, 2010
4672010
Estimating animal abundance using noninvasive DNA sampling: promise and pitfalls
LS Mills, JJ Citta, KP Lair, MK Schwartz, DA Tallmon
Ecological applications 10 (1), 283-294, 2000
4382000
COMPUTER PROGRAMS: onesamp: a program to estimate effective population size using approximate Bayesian computation
DA Tallmon, A Koyuk, G Luikart, MA Beaumont
Molecular Ecology Resources 8 (2), 299-301, 2008
3962008
Estimating population size of elusive animals with DNA from hunter‐collected feces: four methods for brown bears
EVA Bellemain, JE Swenson, D Tallmon, S Brunberg, P Taberlet
Conservation biology 19 (1), 150-161, 2005
3722005
Genetic rescue to the rescue
AR Whiteley, SW Fitzpatrick, WC Funk, DA Tallmon
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (1), 42-49, 2015
2892015
Estimating effective population size from linkage disequilibrium: severe bias in small samples
PR England, JM Cornuet, P Berthier, DA Tallmon, G Luikart
Conservation Genetics 7 (2), 303, 2006
1562006
Review of DNA-based census and effective population size estimators
MK Schwartz, DA Tallmon, G Luikart
Animal Conservation forum 1 (4), 293-299, 1998
1481998
Neglect of genetic diversity in implementation of the convention on biological diversity
L Laikre, FW Allendorf, LC Aroner, CS Baker, DP Gregovich, MM Hansen, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 86-88, 2010
1462010
Experimental evidence for beneficial fitness effects of gene flow in recently isolated populations
D Newman, DA Tallmon
Conservation Biology 15 (4), 1054-1063, 2001
1412001
Comparative evaluation of a new effective population size estimator based on approximate Bayesian computation
DA Tallmon, G Luikart, MA Beaumont
Genetics 167 (2), 977-988, 2004
1352004
Simple life-history traits explain key effective population size ratios across diverse taxa
RS Waples, G Luikart, JR Faulkner, DA Tallmon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1768), 20131339, 2013
1242013
Genetic change for earlier migration timing in a pink salmon population
RP Kovach, AJ Gharrett, DA Tallmon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1743), 3870-3878, 2012
1182012
Of mice and men and trillium: cascading effects of forest fragmentation
DA Tallmon, ES Jules, NJ Radke, LS Mills
Ecological Applications 13 (5), 1193-1203, 2003
1092003
Use of logs within home ranges of California red-backed voles on a remnant of forest
D Tallmon, LS Mills
Journal of Mammalogy 75 (1), 97-101, 1994
1091994
The Arctic melting pot
BP Kelly, A Whiteley, D Tallmon
Nature 468 (7326), 891, 2010
902010
Earlier migration timing, decreasing phenotypic variation, and biocomplexity in multiple salmonid species
RP Kovach, JE Joyce, JD Echave, MS Lindberg, DA Tallmon
PloS one 8 (1), e53807, 2013
832013
When are genetic methods useful for estimating contemporary abundance and detecting population trends?
DA Tallmon, D Gregovich, RS Waples, C Scott Baker, J Jackson, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (4), 684-692, 2010
832010
Small effective population size in the long‐toed salamander
WC Funk, DA Tallmon, FW Allendorf
Molecular Ecology 8 (10), 1633-1640, 1999
781999
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