Literature on Genomic Methods for Species Conservation
The following papers provide additional material associated with the talks
to be given at the extinction symposium.
Oliver Ryder (San Diego Zoo) —
Extinction, conservation, and next generation genome sequencing.
Bill Murphy (Texas A&M University) —
How the Tree of Life informs biodiversity conservation efforts.
Ray Bernor (National Science Foundation) —
Natural history of the equidae: history, evolution, and conservation.
Rob Fleischer (Smithsonian Institution) —
Avian ancient DNA studies.
Alex Greenwood (Old Dominion University) —
Extinctions and introduced pathogens: What might rats and mammoths have in common?
Bob Wayne (UCLA) —
Conservation genomics of canids.
Vanessa Hayes (Children's Cancer Institute Australia) —
Genomic tools and species conservation − the plight of the Tasmanian devil.
Devin Locke (Washington University) —
Applying NextGen sequencing technologies to primate genomics.
Tom Brooks (Conservation International) —
The Anthropocene extinction event:
magnitude, phylogeography, geography, causes, consequences, and responses.
Alexei Tikhonov (Zoological Institute, St. Petersburg)
and Bernard Buigues (International Mammoth Committee, Paris) —
Permafrost of Siberia and Alaska − the freezer of the genetic material of the Ice Age.
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