Michael K. Schwartz
Michael K. Schwartz
Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Landscape genetics: combining landscape ecology and population genetics
S Manel, MK Schwartz, G Luikart, P Taberlet
Trends in ecology & evolution 18 (4), 189-197, 2003
24452003
Genetic monitoring as a promising tool for conservation and management
MK Schwartz, G Luikart, RS Waples
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (1), 25-33, 2007
10752007
Gene flow in complex landscapes: testing multiple hypotheses with causal modeling
SA Cushman, KS McKelvey, J Hayden, MK Schwartz
The American Naturalist 168 (4), 486-499, 2006
6442006
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
5402010
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
4692000
Compromising genetic diversity in the wild: unmonitored large-scale release of plants and animals
L Laikre, MK Schwartz, RS Waples, N Ryman, GeM Working Group
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (9), 520-529, 2010
4202010
Why sampling scheme matters: the effect of sampling scheme on landscape genetic results
MK Schwartz, KS McKelvey
Conservation Genetics 10 (2), 441, 2009
4042009
Quantifying the lag time to detect barriers in landscape genetics
EL Landguth, SA Cushman, MK Schwartz, KS McKelvey, M Murphy, ...
Molecular ecology 19 (19), 4179-4191, 2010
3822010
Advancing ecological understandings through technological transformations in noninvasive genetics
A BEJA‐PEREIRA, R Oliveira, PC Alves, MK Schwartz, G Luikart
Molecular Ecology Resources 9 (5), 1279-1301, 2009
3702009
Robust detection of rare species using environmental DNA: the importance of primer specificity
TM Wilcox, KS McKelvey, MK Young, SF Jane, WH Lowe, AR Whiteley, ...
PloS one 8 (3), e59520, 2013
3522013
Genomics and the challenging translation into conservation practice
ABA Shafer, JBW Wolf, PC Alves, L Bergström, MW Bruford, I Brännström, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 30 (2), 78-87, 2015
3492015
Distance, flow and PCR inhibition: e DNA dynamics in two headwater streams
SF Jane, TM Wilcox, KS McKelvey, MK Young, MK Schwartz, WH Lowe, ...
Molecular ecology resources 15 (1), 216-227, 2015
3232015
Understanding and estimating effective population size for practical application in marine species management
MP Hare, L Nunney, MK Schwartz, DE Ruzzante, M Burford, RS Waples, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (3), 438-449, 2011
2862011
Monitoring adaptive genetic responses to environmental change
MM HANSEN, I OLIVIERI, DM WALLER, EE NIELSEN
Molecular Ecology, 2012
2422012
The climate velocity of the contiguous U nited S tates during the 20th century
SZ Dobrowski, J Abatzoglou, AK Swanson, JA Greenberg, AR Mynsberge, ...
Global change biology 19 (1), 241-251, 2013
2272013
Understanding environmental DNA detection probabilities: A case study using a stream-dwelling char Salvelinus fontinalis
TM Wilcox, KS McKelvey, MK Young, AJ Sepulveda, BB Shepard, ...
Biological Conservation 194, 209-216, 2016
2262016
Genetic errors associated with population estimation using non‐invasive molecular tagging: problems and new solutions
KS McKELVEY, MK Schwartz
The journal of wildlife management 68 (3), 439-448, 2004
2182004
Wolverine gene flow across a narrow climatic niche
MK Schwartz, JP Copeland, NJ Anderson, JR Squires, RM Inman, ...
Ecology 90 (11), 3222-3232, 2009
2032009
DNA reveals high dispersal synchronizing the population dynamics of Canada lynx
MK Schwartz, LS Mills, KS McKelvey, LF Ruggiero, FW Allendorf
Nature 415 (6871), 520-522, 2002
1862002
Why replication is important in landscape genetics: American black bear in the Rocky Mountains
RA Short Bull, SA Cushman, R Mace, T Chilton, KC Kendall, EL Landguth, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (6), 1092-1107, 2011
1802011
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