Marty Kardos
Marty Kardos
Research Geneticist, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, martin.kardos@noaa.gov, NOAA
Verified email at noaa.gov
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Measuring individual inbreeding in the age of genomics: marker-based measures are better than pedigrees
M Kardos, G Luikart, FW Allendorf
Heredity 115 (1), 63-72, 2015
1322015
Genomics advances the study of inbreeding depression in the wild
M Kardos, HR Taylor, H Ellegren, G Luikart, FW Allendorf
Evolutionary applications 9 (10), 1205-1218, 2016
972016
inbreedR: an R package for the analysis of inbreeding based on genetic markers
MA Stoffel, M Esser, M Kardos, E Humble, H Nichols, P David, JI Hoffman
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 1331-1339, 2016
842016
Genomic consequences of intensive inbreeding in an isolated wolf population
M Kardos, M Åkesson, T Fountain, Ø Flagstad, O Liberg, P Olason, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (1), 124-131, 2018
552018
Whole‐genome resequencing uncovers molecular signatures of natural and sexual selection in wild bighorn sheep
M Kardos, G Luikart, R Bunch, S Dewey, W Edwards, S McWilliam, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (22), 5616-5632, 2015
532015
Whole‐genome resequencing of extreme phenotypes in collared flycatchers highlights the difficulty of detecting quantitative trait loci in natural populations
M Kardos, A Husby, SE McFarlane, A Qvarnström, H Ellegren
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (3), 727-741, 2016
502016
Evaluating the role of inbreeding depression in heterozygosity‐fitness correlations: how useful are tests for identity disequilibrium?
M Kardos, FW Allendorf, G Luikart
Molecular Ecology Resources 14 (3), 519-530, 2014
472014
Inferring individual inbreeding and demographic history from segments of identity by descent in Ficedula flycatcher genome sequences
M Kardos, A Qvarnström, H Ellegren
Genetics 205 (3), 1319-1334, 2017
322017
The peril of gene-targeted conservation
M Kardos, ABA Shafer
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (11), 827-839, 2018
312018
Recent advances in conservation and population genomics data analysis
S Hendricks, EC Anderson, T Antao, L Bernatchez, BR Forester, B Garner, ...
Evolutionary Applications 11 (8), 1197-1211, 2018
242018
Population genomics: advancing understanding of nature
G Luikart, M Kardos, BK Hand, OP Rajora, SN Aitken, PA Hohenlohe
Population genomics, 3-79, 2018
202018
SNP discovery in candidate adaptive genes using exon capture in a free‐ranging alpine ungulate
GH Roffler, SJ Amish, S Smith, T Cosart, M Kardos, MK Schwartz, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 16 (5), 1147-1164, 2016
192016
Valid estimates of individual inbreeding coefficients from marker-based pedigrees are not feasible in wild populations with low allelic diversity
HR Taylor, MD Kardos, KM Ramstad, FW Allendorf
Conservation Genetics 16 (4), 901-913, 2015
192015
Genomic variation of inbreeding and ancestry in the remaining two Isle Royale wolves
PW Hedrick, M Kardos, RO Peterson, JA Vucetich
Journal of Heredity 108 (2), 120-126, 2017
132017
Predicting the evolutionary effects of hunting requires an understanding of genetics
M Kardos, G Luikart, FW Allendorf
The Journal of Wildlife Management 82 (5), 889-891, 2018
62018
Cross-species application of SNP chips is not suitable for identifying runs of homozygosity
ABA Shafer, JM Miller, M Kardos
Journal of Heredity 107 (2), 193-195, 2016
52016
How should we compare different genomic estimates of the strength of inbreeding depression?
M Kardos, P Nietlisbach, PW Hedrick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (11), E2492-E2493, 2018
42018
Sex-biased gene flow among elk in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
BK Hand, S Chen, N Anderson, A Beja-Pereira, PC Cross, M Ebinger, ...
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5 (1), 124-132, 2014
32014
YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA: AN UNLIKELY CAUSE OF POSITIVE BRUCELLOSIS TESTS IN GREATER YELLOWSTONE ECOSYSTEM BISON (BISON BISON)
W See, WH Edwards, S Dauwalter, C Almendra, MD Kardos, JL Lowell, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 48 (3), 537-541, 2012
32012
The genomic architecture of fitness is a major driver of population viability during rapid environmental change
M Kardos, G Luikart
bioRxiv, 660803, 2019
12019
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