Brenna R. Forester
Brenna R. Forester
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Comparing methods for detecting multilocus adaptation with multivariate genotype-environment associations
BR Forester, JR Lasky, HH Wagner, DL Urban
Molecular Ecology 27 (9), 2215-2233, 2018
2042018
Detecting spatial genetic signatures of local adaptation in heterogeneous landscapes
BR Forester, MR Jones, S Joost, EL Landguth, JR Lasky
Molecular Ecology 25 (1), 104-120, 2016
1722016
Considering adaptive genetic variation in climate change vulnerability assessment reduces species range loss projections
O Razgour, BR Forester, JB Taggart, M Bekaert, J Juste, C Ibáńez, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (21), 10418-10423, 2019
1582019
Guidelines for planning genomic assessment and monitoring of locally adaptive variation to inform species conservation
SP Flanagan*, BR Forester*, EK Latch, SN Aitken, S Hoban, ...
Evolutionary Applications 11 (7), 1035-1052, 2017
1202017
High performance computation of landscape genomic models including local indicators of spatial association
S Stucki, P Orozco‐terWengel, BR Forester, S Duruz, L Colli, C Masembe, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 17 (5), 1072-1089, 2017
1002017
Integrating landscape genomics and spatially explicit approaches to detect loci under selection in clinal populations
M Jones*, BR Forester*, A Teufel, R Adams, D Anstett, B Goodrich, ...
Evolution 67 (12), 3455–3468, 2013
762013
Integrating ensemble species distribution modelling and statistical phylogeography to inform projections of climate change impacts on species distributions
BR Forester, EG DeChaine, AG Bunn
Diversity and Distributions 19 (12), 1480-1495, 2013
742013
Improving conservation policy with genomics: a guide to integrating adaptive potential into US Endangered Species Act decisions for conservation practitioners and geneticists
WC Funk, BR Forester, SJ Converse, C Darst, S Morey
Conservation Genetics 20 (1), 115-134, 2019
662019
Recent advances in conservation and population genomics data analysis
S Hendricks, EC Anderson, T Antao, L Bernatchez, BR Forester, B Garner, ...
Evolutionary Applications 11 (8), 1197-1211, 2018
562018
An assessment of high carbon stock and high conservation value approaches to sustainable oil palm cultivation in Gabon
KG Austin, ME Lee, C Clark, BR Forester, DL Urban, L White, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (1), 014005, 2017
382017
Coherent synthesis of genomic associations with phenotypes and home environments
JR Lasky, BR Forester, M Reimherr
Molecular Ecology Resources 18 (1), 91-106, 2018
262018
Combining genotype, phenotype, and environmental data to delineate site‐adjusted provenance strategies for ecological restoration
CS Carvalho, BR Forester, SK Mitre, R Alves, VL Imperatriz‐Fonseca, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 21 (1), 44-58, 2021
202021
Spatial detection of outlier loci with Moran eigenvector maps
HH Wagner, M Chávez‐Pesqueira, BR Forester
Molecular Ecology Resources 17 (6), 1122-1135, 2017
162017
Deep genetic divergence between disjunct refugia in the arctic-alpine King’s Crown, Rhodiola integrifolia (Crassulaceae)
EG DeChaine, BR Forester, H Schaefer, CC Davis
PLOS ONE 8 (11), e79451, 2013
152013
Integrating environmental, molecular, and morphological data to unravel an ice‐age radiation of arctic‐alpine Campanula in western North America
EG DeChaine, BM Wendling, BR Forester
Ecology and Evolution 4 (20), 3940-3959, 2014
122014
Modeling multilocus selection in an individual‐based, spatially‐explicit landscape genetics framework
EL Landguth, BR Forester, AJ Eckert, AJ Shirk, M Menon, A Whipple, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 20, 605-615, 2020
112020
Salamander morph frequencies do not evolve as predicted in response to 40 years of climate change
AE Evans*, BR Forester*, EL Jockusch, MC Urban
Ecography 41 (10), 1687-1697, 2018
82018
Landscape genomics for wildlife research
BR Forester, EL Landguth, BK Hand, N Balkenhol
Population genomics: wildlife, 145-184, 2018
62018
Population structure in a continuously distributed coastal marine species, the harbor porpoise, based on microhaplotypes derived from poor quality samples
PA Morin, BR Forester, KA Forney, CA Crossman, BL Hancock-Hanser, ...
Molecular Ecology, 2021
42021
MrIML: Multi‐response interpretable machine learning to model genomic landscapes
NM Fountain‐Jones, CP Kozakiewicz, BR Forester, EL Landguth, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources, 2021
3*2021
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