Dylan J. Fraser
Dylan J. Fraser
Associate Professor, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada
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Adaptive evolutionary conservation: towards a unified concept for defining conservation units
DJ Fraser, L Bernatchez
Molecular ecology 10 (12), 2741-2752, 2001
8752001
How well can captive breeding programs conserve biodiversity? A review of salmonids
DJ Fraser
Evolutionary Applications 1 (4), 535-586, 2008
3872008
Extent and scale of local adaptation in salmonid fishes: review and meta-analysis
DJ Fraser, LK Weir, L Bernatchez, MM Hansen, EB Taylor
Heredity 106 (3), 404, 2011
3612011
The nature of fisheries‐and farming‐induced evolution
JA Hutchings, DJ Fraser
Molecular ecology 17 (1), 294-313, 2008
3522008
Effective/census population size ratio estimation: a compendium and appraisal
FP Palstra, DJ Fraser
Ecology and evolution 2 (9), 2357-2365, 2012
2022012
Consequences of unequal population size, asymmetric gene flow and sex‐biased dispersal on population structure in brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis)
DJ Fraser, C Lippé, L Bernatchez
Molecular Ecology 13 (1), 67-80, 2004
1492004
Comparative estimation of effective population sizes and temporal gene flow in two contrasting population systems
DJ Fraser, MM Hansen, S Oestergaard, N Tessier, M Legault, ...
Molecular Ecology 16 (18), 3866-3889, 2007
1402007
Integrating traditional and evolutionary knowledge in biodiversity conservation: a population level case study
DJ Fraser, T Coon, MR Prince, R Dion, L Bernatchez
Ecology and Society 11 (2), 2006
1342006
Fish behavioral types and their ecological consequences
GG Mittelbach, NG Ballew, MK Kjelvik
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (6), 927-944, 2014
1302014
Genetic erosion, restricted mating and reduced viability in fragmented populations of the endangered grassland herb Rutidosis leptorrhynchoides
AG Young
Genetics, demography and viability of fragmented populations, 2000
1242000
Sixty years of anthropogenic pressure: A spatio‐temporal genetic analysis of brown trout populations subject to stocking and population declines
MM Hansen, DJ Fraser, K Meier, KLD MENSBERG
Molecular Ecology 18 (12), 2549-2562, 2009
1142009
Mixed evidence for reduced local adaptation in wild salmon resulting from interbreeding with escaped farmed salmon: complexities in hybrid fitness
DJ Fraser, AM Cook, JD Eddington, P Bentzen, JA Hutchings
Evolutionary Applications 1 (3), 501-512, 2008
932008
Consequences of farmed–wild hybridization across divergent wild populations and multiple traits in salmon
DJ Fraser, ALS Houde, PV Debes, P O'Reilly, JD Eddington, JA Hutchings
Ecological Applications 20 (4), 935-953, 2010
802010
Loss of historical immigration and the unsuccessful rehabilitation of extirpated salmon populations
DJ Fraser, MW Jones, TL McParland, JA Hutchings
Conservation Genetics 8 (3), 527-546, 2007
722007
Prevalence and recurrence of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in eastern North American rivers
MRJ Morris, DJ Fraser, AJ Heggelin, FG Whoriskey, JW Carr, SF O’Neil, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (12), 2807-2826, 2008
682008
Adaptive migratory divergence among sympatric brook charr populations
DJ Fraser, L Bernatchez
Evolution 59 (3), 611-624, 2005
672005
Migratory charr schools exhibit population and kin associations beyond juvenile stages
DJ Fraser, P Duchesne, L Bernatchez
Molecular Ecology 14 (10), 3133-3146, 2005
592005
Allopatric origins of sympatric brook charr populations: colonization history and admixture
DJ Fraser, L Bernatchez
Molecular Ecology 14 (5), 1497-1509, 2005
542005
Ecological and evolutionary patterns of freshwater maturation in Pacific and Atlantic salmonines
MR Sloat, DJ Fraser, JB Dunham, JA Falke, CE Jordan, JR McMillan, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24 (3), 689-707, 2014
532014
Reduced anti-predator responses in multi-generational hybrids of farmed and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
ALS Houde, DJ Fraser, JA Hutchings
Conservation Genetics 11 (3), 785-794, 2010
522010
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