Janet L. Loxterman
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Temporal and spatial genetic structure among some Pacific herring populations in Puget Sound and the southern Strait of Georgia
MP Small, JL Loxterman, AE Frye, JF Von Bargen, C Bowman, SF Young
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (5), 1329-1341, 2005
Watershed boundaries and geographic isolation: patterns of diversification in cutthroat trout from western North America
JL Loxterman, ER Keeley
BMC Evolutionary Biology 12, 1-17, 2012
Impact of edge habitat on summer home range size in female pumas
JW Laundré, J Loxterman
The American Midland Naturalist 157 (1), 221-229, 2007
A new politics?
F Webster
Culture and politics in the Information Age, 15-28, 2002
Fine scale population genetic structure of pumas in the Intermountain West
JL Loxterman
Conservation Genetics 12, 1049-1059, 2011
Dispersal Abilities and Genetic Population Structure of Insular and Mainland Oryzomys palustris and Peromyscus leucopus
JL Loxterman, ND Moncrief, RD Dueser, CR Carlson, JF Pagels
Journal of Mammalogy 79 (1), 66-77, 1998
Fine-scale population structure of rainbow trout in the Spokane River drainage in relation to hatchery stocking and barriers
MP Small, JG McLellan, J Loxterman, J Von Bargen, A Frye, C Bowman
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136 (2), 301-317, 2007
Applying genomics in assisted migration under climate change: Framework, empirical applications, and case studies
Z Chen, L Grossfurthner, JL Loxterman, J Masingale, BA Richardson, ...
Evolutionary Applications 15 (1), 3-21, 2022
Sex-specific dispersal patterns of wolverines: insights from microsatellite markers
F Dalerum, J Loxterman, B Shults, K Kunkel, JA Cook
Journal of Mammalogy 88 (3), 793-800, 2007
Insular arctic ground squirrels (Spermophilus parryii) of the North Pacific: indigenous or exotic?
JA Cook, AA Eddingsaas, JL Loxterman, S Ebbert, SO MacDonald
Journal of Mammalogy 91 (6), 1401-1412, 2010
Range-wide comparisons of northern leatherside chub populations reveal historical and contemporary patterns of genetic variation
JR Blakney, JL Loxterman, ER Keeley
Conservation Genetics 15, 757-770, 2014
Evaluating the influence of stocking history and barriers to movement on the spatial extent of hybridization between westslope cutthroat trout and rainbow trout
JL Loxterman, ER Keeley, ZM Njoroge
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 71 (7), 1050-1058, 2014
Connections and containers: using genetic data to understand how watershed evolution and human activities influence cutthroat trout biogeography
KR Eaton, JL Loxterman, ER Keeley
PLoS One 13 (8), e0202043, 2018
Describing and preserving the diversity of cutthroat trout in the Yellowstone River, Snake River, and Bonneville Basin
MR Campbell, ER Keeley, CC Kozfkay, JL Loxterman, RP Evans, ...
Cutthroat trout: evolutionary biology and taxonomy. Special Publication 36 …, 2018
The impact of habitat fragmentation on the population genetic structure of pumas (Puma concolor) in Idaho
JL Loxterman
Idaho State University, 2001
The phylogeography of westslope cutthroat trout
MK Young, KS McKelvey, T Jennings, K Carter, R Cronn, ER Keeley, ...
bioRxiv, 213363, 2017
Insular biogeography and population genetics of dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium americanum) in the Central Rocky Mountains
R Hill, JL Loxterman, K Aho
Ecosphere 8 (5), e01810, 2017
A microsatellite DNA investigation of Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi) population structure in Puget Sound, Washington
MP Small, J Loxterman, S Young
Genetics Laboratory Wash. Dep. Fish Wildl, 2004
Allozymic variation in the marsh rice rat, Oryzomys palustris, and the white-footed mouse, Peromyscus leucopus, on the Virginia barrier islands and southern Delmarva Peninsula
JL Loxterman
Virginia Commonwealth University, 1995
Distribution, abundance, and genetic population structure of northern leatherside chub in the Snake River basin of Idaho
ER Keeley, JR Blakney, JL Loxterman
Final report to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, agreement, 2012
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