Nicholas Sard
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Factors influencing spawner success in a spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) reintroduction program
NM Sard, KG O’Malley, DP Jacobson, MJ Hogansen, MA Johnson, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (9), 1390-1397, 2015
RAPTURE (RAD capture) panel facilitates analyses characterizing sea lamprey reproductive ecology and movement dynamics
NM Sard, SR Smith, JJ Homola, J Kanefsky, G Bravener, JV Adams, ...
Ecology and evolution 10 (3), 1469-1488, 2020
Comparison of fish detections, community diversity, and relative abundance using environmental DNA metabarcoding and traditional gears
NM Sard, SJ Herbst, L Nathan, G Uhrig, J Kanefsky, JD Robinson, ...
Environmental DNA 1 (4), 368-384, 2019
Genetic monitoring guides adaptive management of a migratory fish reintroduction program
NM Sard, MA Johnson, DP Jacobson, MJ Hogansen, KG O'Malley, ...
Animal Conservation 19 (6), 570-577, 2016
Evaluation of effective number of breeders and coancestry among progeny produced using common hatchery mating strategies
ML Bartron, NM Sard, KT Scribner
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (1), 185-194, 2018
Coalescent models characterize sources and demographic history of recent round goby colonization of Great Lakes and inland waters
N Sard, J Robinson, J Kanefsky, S Herbst, K Scribner
Evolutionary applications 12 (5), 1034-1049, 2019
Grandparentage assignments identify unexpected adfluvial life history tactic contributing offspring to a reintroduced population
NM Sard, DP Jacobson, MA Banks
Ecology and evolution 6 (19), 6773-6783, 2016
Functional gene diversity and migration timing in reintroduced Chinook salmon
ML Evans, SJ Shry, DP Jacobson, NM Sard, KG O’Malley
Conservation genetics 16 (6), 1455-1464, 2015
A genetics‐based evaluation of the spring Chinook salmon reintroduction program above Cougar dam, South Fork McKenzie River, 2007–2013
MA Banks, N Sard, KG O’Malley, D Jacobson, M Hogansen, MA Johnson
US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, 2014
Genetic family reconstruction characterizes Lake Sturgeon use of newly constructed spawning habitat and larval dispersal
RD Hunter, EF Roseman, NM Sard, RL DeBruyne, J Wang, KT Scribner
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 149 (3), 266-283, 2020
A quantitative genetic analysis of life-history traits and lifetime reproductive success in reintroduced Chinook salmon
ML Evans, JJ Hard, AN Black, NM Sard, KG O’Malley
Conservation Genetics 20 (4), 781-799, 2019
Egg and Larval Collection Methods Affect Spawning Adult Numbers Inferred by Pedigree Analysis
RD Hunter, EF Roseman, NM Sard, DB Hayes, TO Brenden, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40 (2), 307-319, 2020
Adaptive genetic management: assessing the benefits of translocations
EM Weise, NM Sard, A Nehfer, KT Scribner
Conservation Genetics 21 (2), 277-287, 2020
eDNA metabarcoding outperforms traditional fisheries sampling and reveals fine-scale heterogeneity in a temperate freshwater lake
RR Gehri, WA Larson, K Gruenthal, N Sard, Y Shi
bioRxiv, 2020
Comparison of Traditional and Edna Metabarcoding Sampling Methods to Characterize Complex Fish Communities in Freshwater Lakes
K Scribner, N Sard, SJ Herbst, J Kanefsky, J Robinson
148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2018
Genetic Pedigree Analysis and Species Richness Estimators Allow Estimation of the Total Number of Spawning Adults Contributing Offspring
R Hunter, N Sard, EF Roseman, RL DeBruyne, K Scribner
148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2018
Investigating Demographic and Evolutionary Factors Important for Fish Reintroduction
NM Sard
Maintenance of Genetic Diversity during Reintroduction: Assessment Among Potential Parents, Offspring, and Migrants at Two Spring Chinook Salmon Programs
N Sard, M Evans, D Jacobson, KG O'Malley, M Banks
145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2015
Why Do Hatchery and Natural Origin Spring Chinook Salmon Differ in Mean Fitness? Insights from Evaluating Differences in Mate Pair Reproductive Success
N Sard, D Jacobson, M Banks
145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2015
What state is environmental DNA found and does that affect detection rates in the North American river otter?
S Waloven, N Sard
DNA 260, A280, 0
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