Timothy Frasier
Timothy Frasier
Associate Professor of Biology and Forensic Science, Saint Mary's University
Verified email at smu.ca
TitleCited byYear
related: an R package for analysing pairwise relatedness from codominant molecular markers
J Pew, PH Muir, J Wang, TR Frasier
Molecular Ecology Resources 15 (3), 557-561, 2015
Detecting recent speciation events: the case of the finless porpoise (genus Neophocaena)
JY Wang, TR Frasier, SC Yang, BN White
Heredity 101 (2), 145, 2008
The urban whale: North Atlantic right whales at the crossroads
SD Kraus, R Rolland, SSRM Rolland
Harvard University Press, 2007
High investment, low return: the strange case of reproduction in Eubalaena glacialis
SD Kraus
The urban whale. North Atlantic right whales at the crossroads, 172-199, 2007
STORM: software for testing hypotheses of relatedness and mating patterns
TR Frasier
Molecular Ecology Resources 8 (6), 1263-1266, 2008
Genetic analysis of 16th-century whale bones prompts a revision of the impact of Basque whaling on right and bowhead whales in the western North Atlantic
T Rastogi, MW Brown, BA McLeod, TR Frasier, R Grenier, SL Cumbaa, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 82 (10), 1647-1654, 2004
Patterns of male reproductive success in a highly promiscuous whale species: the endangered North Atlantic right whale
TR Frasier, PK Hamilton, MW Brown, LA Conger, AR Knowlton, MK Marx, ...
Molecular Ecology 16 (24), 5277-5293, 2007
Right whales past and present as revealed by their genes
TR Frasier, BA McLeod, RM Gillett, MW Brown, BN White
The urban whale: North Atlantic right whales at the crossroads. Harvard …, 2007
Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite loci and development and validation of multiplex reactions for the study of right whale species (genus Eubalaena)
TR Frasier, T Rastogi, MW Brown, PK Hamilton, SD Kraus, BN White
Molecular Ecology Notes 6 (4), 1025-1029, 2006
Assessment of population substructure in relation to summer feeding ground use in the eastern North Pacific gray whale
TR Frasier, SM Koroscil, BN White, JD Darling
Endangered Species Research 14 (1), 39-48, 2011
Genetic connectivity among swarming sites in the wide ranging and recently declining little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus)
LE Burns, TR Frasier, HG Broders
Ecology and evolution 4 (21), 4130-4149, 2014
The genetics of recolonization: an analysis of the stock structure of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in the northwest Atlantic
SA Wood, TR Frasier, BA McLeod, JR Gilbert, BN White, WD Bowen, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (6), 490-497, 2011
Sources and rates of errors in methods of individual identification for North Atlantic right whales
TR Frasier, PK Hamilton, MW Brown, SD Kraus, BN White
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (5), 1246-1255, 2009
Postcopulatory selection for dissimilar gametes maintains heterozygosity in the endangered North Atlantic right whale
TR Frasier, RM Gillett, PK Hamilton, MW Brown, SD Kraus, BN White
Ecology and evolution 3 (10), 3483-3494, 2013
Using photography to determine sex in pilot whales (Globicephala melas) is not possible: Males and females have similar dorsal fins
JF Augusto, TR Frasier, H Whitehead
Marine Mammal Science 29, 213-220, 2013
Examination of ten thousand years of mitochondrial DNA diversity and population demographics in bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) of the Central Canadian Arctic
BA McLeod, TR Frasier, AS Dyke, JM Savelle, BN White
Marine Mammal Science 28, E426-E443, 2012
Cultural hitchhiking in the matrilineal whales
H Whitehead, F Vachon, TR Frasier
Behavior genetics 47 (3), 324-334, 2017
Characterizing alloparental care in the pilot whale (Globicephala melas) population that summers off Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
JF Augusto, TR Frasier, H Whitehead
Marine Mammal Science 33 (2), 440-456, 2017
Population genetic structure within and among seasonal site types in the little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) and the northern long-eared bat (M. septentrionalis)
LNL Johnson, BA McLeod, LE Burns, K Arseneault, TR Frasier, ...
PloS one 10 (5), e0126309, 2015
Molecular identification of individual North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) using free‐floating feces
RM Gillett, TR Frasier, RM Rolland, BN White
Marine mammal science 26 (4), 917-936, 2010
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