Ecology, Gene flow, Genetics, Evolutionary biology and Genetic variation are his primary areas of study. Ecology and Biological dispersal are commonly linked in his work. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Predatory fish, Genetic structure and Ambystoma barbouri.
Genetics combines with fields such as Field and Spatial analysis in his work. His Evolutionary biology study combines topics in areas such as Genome, Local adaptation and Genome Scan. Andrew Storfer has researched Genetic variation in several fields, including Endangered species, Genetic diversity and Genomics.
Andrew Storfer mostly deals with Ecology, Evolutionary biology, Genetics, Local adaptation and Genetic structure. Andrew Storfer interconnects Gene flow, Genetic diversity and Biological dispersal in the investigation of issues within Ecology. His Gene flow research incorporates themes from Rana luteiventris and Habitat.
His Evolutionary biology research includes elements of Effective population size, Genetic variation, Population genetics, Sarcophilus and Tasmanian devil. His work in the fields of Genetics, such as Genomics, intersects with other areas such as Spatial analysis and Field. His Local adaptation study incorporates themes from Predation, Ambystoma barbouri and Salamander.
His main research concerns Evolutionary biology, Tasmanian devil, Devil facial tumour disease, Sarcophilus and Wildlife disease. His work deals with themes such as Speciation, Population genomics, Salamander, Species diversity and Local adaptation, which intersect with Evolutionary biology. In his study, Case fatality rate is inextricably linked to Genetics, which falls within the broad field of Devil facial tumour disease.
Andrew Storfer has included themes like Linkage disequilibrium, Population genetics, Genetic variation and Candidate gene in his Sarcophilus study. His Wildlife disease study improves the overall literature in Ecology. His research integrates issues of Biological dispersal and Genetic diversity in his study of Ecology.
His primary areas of investigation include Devil facial tumour disease, Sarcophilus, Wildlife disease, Tasmanian devil and Cancer. His biological study deals with issues like Genetics, which deal with fields such as Sampling design. His studies deal with areas such as Linkage disequilibrium, SNP array, Emerging infectious disease, Disease and Genotype as well as Sarcophilus.
His research in Emerging infectious disease intersects with topics in Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Disease burden and Genetic diversity. The various areas that Andrew Storfer examines in his Evolutionary biology study include Genetic variation, Demographic history, Outbreeding depression, Captive breeding and Coalescent theory. The Cancer study combines topics in areas such as Zoology, Endangered species, Epidemiology, Evolutionary dynamics and Enzootic.
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Putting the "landscape" in landscape genetics.
A Storfer;M A Murphy;J S Evans;C S Goldberg.
Landscape genetics: where are we now?
Molecular Ecology (2010)
Finding the Genomic Basis of Local Adaptation: Pitfalls, Practical Solutions, and Future Directions.
The American Naturalist (2016)
Quantifying Bufo boreas connectivity in Yellowstone National Park with landscape genetics
Gene flow and endangered species translocations: a topic revisited
Biological Conservation (1999)
Landscape genetics of the blotched tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum melanostictum)
Molecular Ecology (2005)
Breaking RAD: an evaluation of the utility of restriction site-associated DNA sequencing for genome scans of adaptation.
Molecular Ecology Resources (2016)
Perspectives on the use of landscape genetics to detect genetic adaptive variation in the field
Molecular Ecology (2010)
Atrazine increases ranavirus susceptibility in the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum.
Ecological Applications (2006)
Ecopathology of ranaviruses infecting amphibians.
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