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Waples, R. S., A. R. Hoelzel, O. E. Gaggiotti, R. Tiedemann, P. Palsboll, F. Cipriano, J. A. Jackson, J. W. Bickham, A. R. Lang. (in press). Guidelines for Genetic Data Analysis. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management.Go to metadata icon

Fung, H., R. S. Waples. 2017. Performance of IUCN proxies for generation length. Conservation Biology 31:883-893; DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12901).Go to metadata icon

Hamner RH, R Constantine, R Mattlin, RS Waples, and CS Baker.  2017.  Genotype-based estimates of local abundance and effective population size for Hector’s dolphins.  Biological Conservation 211:150-160.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S., A. Elz, B.D. Arnsberg, J.R. Faulkner, J.J. Hard, E. Timmins-Schiffman, L.K. Park.  2017. Human-mediated evolution in a threatened species? Juvenile life-history changes in Snake River salmon. Evolutionary Applications 10:667-681; DOI: 10.1111/eva.12468.Go to metadata icon


Waples, R.S., and E.C. Anderson. 2017.  Purging putative siblings from population genetic datasets: A cautionary view.  Molecular Ecology 26:1211-1224.Go to metadata icon

Ackerman, MW, BK Hand, RK Waples, G Luikart, RS Waples, C Steele, BA Garner, J McCane, and M Campbell.  2016.  Effective number of breeders from sibship reconstruction: empirical evaluations using hatchery steelhead.  Evolutionary Applications (published online early 17 October 2016 DOI: 10.1111/eva.12433.).Go to metadata icon

Audzijonyte, A, Fulton, E, Haddon, M, Helidoniotis F, Hobday AJ, Kuparinen A, Morrongiello J, Smith ADM, Upston J, and Waples, RS. 2016.  Trends and management implications of human-induced life-history changes in marine ectotherms:.  Fish and Fisheries 17:1005-1028.Go to metadata icon

Boyd C, DeMaster DP, Waples RS, Ward EJ, Taylor BL.  2017.  Consistent extinction risk assessment for marine species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.  Conservation Letters 10:328-336.Go to metadata icon

Busch, D. S., R. Griffis, J. S. Link, K. Abrams, J. Baker, R. E. Brainard, M. Ford, J. A. Hare, A. Himes-Cornell, A. Hollowed, N. Mantua, S. McClatchie, M. M. McClure, M. W. Nelson, K. Osgood, M. B. Rust, V. Saba, M. Sigler, S. Sykora-Bodie, C. L. Toole, E. Thunberg, R. S. Waples, R. Merrick. 2016.  Climate Science Strategy of the US National Marine Fisheries Service. Marine Policy 74:58-67.Go to metadata icon

Coscia I, Chopelet J, Waples RS, Mann B, and Mariani S. 2016.  Sex change and effective population size: implications for population genetic studies in marine fish.  Heredity (advance online publication, 10 August 2016; doi:10.1038/hdy.2016.50)Go to metadata icon

Kuparinen A, Hutchings J, and Waples RS.  2016.  Harvest-induced evolution and effective population size.  Evolutionary Applications 9:658-672.Go to metadata icon

Wade, A.A., B.K. Hand, R.P. Kovach, C.C. Muhlfeld, R.S. Waples, and G. Luikart.  2017. Assessments of species’ vulnerability to climate change: from pseudo to science.  Biodiversity and Conservation 26:223-229.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S., K. Hindar, S. Karlsson S., and J. J. Hard.  2106.  Evaluating the Ryman-Laikre effect for marine stock enhancement and aquaculture.  Current Zoology 62:617-627 (doi:10.1093/cz/zow060).Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S., and Audzijonyte, A.  2016.  Fishery-induced evolution provides insights into adaptive responses of marine species to climate change.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14:217-224..Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S.  2016.  Life history traits and effective population size in species with overlapping generations revisited: the importance of adult mortality.  Heredity (published online 8 June 2016; doi:10.1038/hdy.2016.29).Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S.  2016.  Making sense of genetic estimates of effective population size.  Molecular Ecology 25:4689-4691 (Invited Perspective).  Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S.  2016.  Proactive conservation:  An idea whose time has come?  Bioscience 66:86-87 (invited book review).Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2016. Small investments with big payoffs: a decade of the Internal Grants Program at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center, U.S. Dept. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-NWFSC-131, 80 p.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S.  2016.  Tiny estimates of the Ne /N ratio in marine fishes:  Are they real?  J Fish Biology 89:2479-2504; doi 10.1111/jfb.13143.Go to metadata icon

Waples RS, Adams PB, Bohnsack J, Taylor BL.  2016.  What is a 'significant portion' of a range?  Reply to Nelson et al.  Endangered Species Research 30:191-192 (Commentary).Go to metadata icon

Waples RK, Larson WA, and Waples RS.  2016.  Estimating contemporary effective population size in non-model species using linkage disequilibrium across thousands of loci.  Heredity (advance online publication, 24 August 2016; doi:10.1038/hdy.2016.60)Go to metadata icon

Berntson, E. A., R. S. Waples, D. M. Van Doornik, E. LaHood, P. Moran. 2015. Monitor and Evaluate the Genetic Characteristics of Supplemented Salmon and Steelhead in the Snake River Basin. Annual Progress Report to the Bonneville Power.Go to metadata icon

Berntson, E. A., R. S. Waples, P. Moran. 2015. RPA Rollup Annual Report--Bonneville Power Administration Project 1989-096-00. BiOP Rollup Annual Report to the Bonneville Power Administration.Go to metadata icon

Epifanio, J., and R.S. Waples.  Artificial propagation of freshwater fishes:  Societal benefits and risks to recipient ecosystems from stocking, translocation, and re-introduction.  Chapter 14 in: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes.  G. Closs, M. Krkosek, and J. Olden, eds.  Cambridge University Press (accepted).Go to metadata icon

Fisch, K.M., C.C. Kozfkay, J.A. Ivy, O.A. Ryder, and R.S. Waples.  2015.  Fish hatchery genetic management techniques: integrating theory with implementation.  N. Am. J. Aquaculture 77:343-357.Go to metadata icon

Keith, D.M., H.R. Akcakaya, S.H.M. Butchart, B. Collen, N. K. Dulvy, E. E. Holmes, J. A. Hutchings, D. Keinath, M. K. Schwartz, A. O. Shelton, and R. S. Waples.  2015.  Temporal correlations in population trends:  Conservation implications from time-series analysis of diverse animal taxa.  Biological Conservation 192:247-257.Go to metadata icon

Mantua, N., L. G. Crozier, T. E. Reed, D. E. Schindler, R. S. Waples. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Response of chinook salmon to climate change. Nature Climate Change, 5:613-615.Go to metadata icon

Shelton, A. O., J. A. Hutchings, R. S. Waples, D. M. Keith, and H. R. Akçakaya.  2015.  Maternal age effects on Atlantic cod recruitment and implications for future population trajectories. ICES Journal of Marine Science. (published online 4 April 2015; doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv058.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site How plasticity and evolution work in the real world. Journal of Heredity, 107(1):1-2.Go to metadata icon

Waples RS, Adams PB, Bohnsack J, Taylor BL.  2015.  When is a species threatened or endangered in "all or a significant portion of its range"?  Endangered Species Research 27:189-192.Go to metadata icon

Waters, C. D., J. J. Hard, M. S. Brieuc, D. E. Fast, K. I. Warheit, R. S. Waples, C. M. Knudsen, W. J. Bosch, K. A. Naish. 2015. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effectiveness of managed gene flow in reducing genetic divergence associated with captive breeding. Evolutionary Applications, 8(10):956-971.Go to metadata icon

Landguth, E. L., C. C. Muhlfeld, R. S. Waples, L. Jones, W. H. Lowe, D. Whited, J. Lucotch, H. Neville, G. Luikart. 2014. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Combining demographic and genetic factors to assess population vulnerability in stream species. Ecological Applications, 24(6):1505-1524.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., T. Antao, G. Luikart. 2014. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effects of overlapping generations on linkage disequilibrium estimates of effective population size. Genetics, 197(2):769-780.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., T. Antao. 2014. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Intermittent breeding and constraints on litter size:  consequences for effective population size per generation (Ne) and per reproductive cycle (Nb). Evolution, 68(6):1722-1734.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R.S.  2015.  Testing for Hardy-Weinberg proportions:  Have we lost the plot?  Journal of Heredity (invited Perspective) 106:1-19.Go to metadata icon

Baskett, M. L., S. C. Burgess, R. S. Waples. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Assessing strategies to minimize unintended tness consequences of aquaculture on wild populations. Evolutionary Applications, 6(7):1090-1108.Go to metadata icon

Burgess, S. C., R. S. Waples, M. L. Baskett. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Local adaptation when competition depends on phenotypic similarity. Evolution, 67(10):3012-3022.Go to metadata icon

Do, C., R. S. Waples, D. Peel, G. M. Macbeth, B. J. Tillett, J. R. Ovenden. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site NEESTIMATOR v2.0: re-implementation of software for the estimation of contemporary effective population size (Ne) from genetic data. Molecular Ecology Resources, 14(1):209-214.Go to metadata icon

Hedrick, P. W., F. W. Allendorf, R. S. Waples. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic engineering in conservation. Nature, 502(7471):303.Go to metadata icon

Neel, M. C., K. S. McKelvey, N. Ryman, M. W. Lloyd, R. Short Bull, F. W. Allendorf, M. K. Schwartz, R. S. Waples. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Estimation of effective population size in continuously distributed populations:  there goes the neighborhood. Heredity, 111(3):189199.Go to metadata icon

Peel, D., R. S. Waples, G. M. Macbeth, C. Do, J. R. Ovenden. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Accounting for missing data in estimation of contemporary genetic effective population size (Ne). Molecular Ecology Resources, 13(2):243-253.Go to metadata icon

Petrou, E., L. Hauser, R. S. Waples, J. E. Seeb, W. D. Templin, D. Gomez-Uchida, L. W. Seeb. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Secondary contact and changes in coastal hydrology influence the nonequilibrium population structure of a salmonid (Oncorhynchus keta). Molecular Ecology, 22(23):5848-5860.Go to metadata icon

Van Doornik, D. M., D. L. Eddy, R. S. Waples, S. J. Boe, E. A. Berntson, P. Moran. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic monitoring of threatened Chinook salmon populations: estimating introgression of non-native hatchery stocks and temporal genetic changes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 33(4):693-706.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. Nammack, J. F. Cochrane, J. A. Hutchings. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A tale of two acts: endangered species listing practices in Canada and the United States. Bioscience, 63(9):723-734.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Captive breeding and the Evolutionarily Significant Unit. Pages 668-673 in Levin, S. A. (Ed.) The encyclopedia of biodiversity, second edition. Elsevier. Oxford, United Kingdom.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effective population number. Pages 453-455 in Maloy, S., K. Hughes. (Eds.) Brenner's encyclopedia of genetics (second edition). Elsevier. New York.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., G. Luikart, J. R. Faulkner, D. A. Tallmon. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Simple life history traits explain key effective population size ratios across diverse taxa. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 280(1768):1339.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. (guest editor) 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Special section:  Incorporating climate change into risk analysis under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Conservation Biology, 27(6):1137.Go to metadata icon

Baskett, M. L., R. S. Waples. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evaluating alternative strategies for minimizing unintended fitness consequences of cultured individuals on wild populations. Conservation Biology, 27(1):83-94.Go to metadata icon

Christie, M. R., M. L. Marine, R. L. French, R. S. Waples, M. Blouin. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effective size of a wild salmonid population is greatly reduced by hatchery supplementation. Heredity, 109(4):254-260.Go to metadata icon

Hutchings, J. A., S. H. Butchart, B. Collen, M. K. Schwartz, R. S. Waples. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Red flags:  correlates of impaired species recovery. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 27(10):542-546.Go to metadata icon

Kalinowski, S. T., D. M. Van Doornik, C. C. Kozfkay, R. S. Waples. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic diversity in the Snake River sockeye salmon captive broodstock program as estimated from broodstock records. Conservation Genetics, 13(5):1183-1193.Go to metadata icon

Nielsen, E. E., A. Cariani, E. Mac Aoidh, G. E. Maes, I. Milano, R. Ogden, M. Taylor, J. Hemmer-Hansen, M. Babbucci, L. Bargelloni, D. Bekkevold, E. Diopere, L. Greenfell, S. Helyar, M. T. Limborg, J. T. Martinsohn, R. McEwing, F. Panitz, T. Patarnello, F. Tinti, J. K. Van Houdt, F. A. Volckaert, R. S. Waples, FishPopTrace Consortium, G. R. Carvalho. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling illegal fishing and false eco-certification. Nature Communications, 2012(3):No. 851.Go to metadata icon

Stout, H. A., P. W. Lawson, D. L. Bottom, T. Cooney, M. J. Ford, C. E. Jordan, R. G. Kope, L. M. Kruzic, G. R. Pess, G. H. Reeves, M. D. Scheuerell, T. C. Wainwright, R. S. Waples, E. Ward, L. A. Weitkamp, J. G. Williams, T. H. Williams. 2012. Scientific conclusions of the status review for Oregon coast coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-118.Go to metadata icon

Tallmon, D. A., R. S. Waples, D. P. Gregovich, M. K. Schwartz. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Detecting population recovery using gametic-disequilibrium based effective population size estimates. Conservation Genetics Resources, 4(4):987-989.Go to metadata icon

Vrijenhoek, R. C., R. S. Waples. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Popular misconceptions. Molecular Ecology, 21(17):4155-4156.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., K. Hindar, J. J. Hard. 2012. Genetic risks associated with marine aquaculture. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-119.Go to metadata icon

Hare, M. P., L. Nunney, M. K. Schwartz, D. E. Ruzzante, M. Burford, R. S. Waples, K. Ruegg, F. Palstra. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Understanding and estimating effective population size for practical application in marine conservation and management. Conservation Biology, 25(3):438-449.Go to metadata icon

Israel, J. A., K. Fisch, T. F. Turner, R. Clarke, R. S. Waples, P. Hedrick, M. Nobriga. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Conservation of native fishes of the San Francisco Estuary:  considerations for artificial propagation of Chinook salmon, delta smelt, and green sturgeon. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, 9(1):1-20.Go to metadata icon

Martinsohn, J. T., A. Geffen, G. Maes, E. E. Nielsen, R. Ogden, R. S. Waples, G. Carvalho, FishPopTrace Consortium. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Tracing fish and fish products from ocean to fork using advanced molecular technologies. Pages 259-282 in Hoorfar, J., K. Jordan, R. Prugger. (Eds.) Food chain integrity: a holistic approach to food traceability, safety, quality, and authenticity. First edition. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Cambridge, United Kingdom.Go to metadata icon

Reed, T. E., D. E. Schindler, R. S. Waples. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Interacting effects of phenotypic plasticity and evolution on population persistence in a changing climate. Conservation Biology, 25(1):56-63.Go to metadata icon

Reed, T. E., D. E. Schindler, M. J. Hague, D. Patterson, E. Meir, R. S. Waples, S. Hinch. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Time to evolve?  Potential evolutionary response of Fraser River sockeye salmon to climate change and effects on persistence. PLoS ONE, 6(6):e20380.Go to metadata icon

Van Doornik, D. M., R. S. Waples, M. C. Baird, P. Moran, E. A. Berntson. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic monitoring reveals genetic stability within and among threatened Chinook salmon populations in the Salmon River, Idaho. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 31(1):96-105.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., C. Do, J. Chopelet. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Calculating Ne and Ne/N in age-structured populations:  a hybrid Felsenstein-Hill approach. Ecology, 92(7):1513-1522.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2011. Can evidence for spatial and/or temporal genetic heterogeneity of North Pacific minke whales be explained by different mixture fractions of the same two core stocks, or is it necessary to postulate an additional stock(s)? In International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee meeting. 30 May-11 June 2011, Tromsø, Norway. IWC Document SC-63-RMP7.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. R. England. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Estimating contemporary effective population size on the basis of linkage disequilibrium in the face of migration. Genetics, 189(2):633-644.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., R. K. Waples. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Inbreeding effective population size and parentage analysis without parents. Molecular Ecology Resources, 11(s1):162-171.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Aebersold, G. A. Winans. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Population genetic structure and life history variability in Oncorhynchus nerka from the Snake River Basin. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 140(3):716-733.Go to metadata icon

Drake, J., E. A. Berntson, J. M. Cope, R. G. Gustafson, E. E. Holmes, P. S. Levin, N. Tolimieri, R. S. Waples, S. Sogard, G. D. Williams. 2010. Status review of five rockfish species in Puget Sound, Washington:  Bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis), canary rockfish (S. pinniger), yelloweye rockfish (S. ruberrimus), greenstriped rockfish (S. elongatus), and redstripe rockfish (S. proriger). U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-108.Go to metadata icon

England, P. R., G. Luikart, R. S. Waples. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Early detection of population fragmentation using linkage disequilibrium estimation of effective population size. Conservation Genetics, 11(6):2425-2430.Go to metadata icon

Laikre, L., M. K. Schwartz, R. S. Waples, N. Ryman, GeM Working Group. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Compromising genetic diversity in the wild:  unmonitored large-scale release of plants and animals. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 25(9):520-529.Go to metadata icon

Laikre, L., F. W. Allendorf, L. C. Aroner, C. S. Baker, D. P. Gregovich, M. M. Hansen, J. A. Jackson, K. C. Kendall, K. S. McKelvey, M. C. Neel, I. Olivieri, N. Ryman, M. K. Schwartz, R. Short Bull, J. B. Stetz, D. A. Tallmon, B. L. Taylor, C. D. Vojta, D. M. Waller, R. S. Waples. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Neglect of genetic diversity in implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Conservation Biology, 24(1):86-88.Go to metadata icon

Reed, T. E., R. S. Waples, D. E. Schindler, J. J. Hard, M. T. Kinnison. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Phenotypic plasticity and population viability: the importance of environmental predictability. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 277(1699):3391-3400.Go to metadata icon

Tallmon, D. A., D. P. Gregovich, R. S. Waples, C. S. Baker, J. A. Jackson, B. L. Taylor, E. Archer, K. K. Martien, F. W. Allendorf, M. K. Schwartz. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site When are genetic methods useful for estimating contemporary abundance and detecting population trends? Molecular Ecology Resources, 10(4):684-692.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., D. W. Jensen, M. M. McClure. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Eco-evolutionary dynamics:  fluctuations in population growth rate reduce effective population size in Chinook salmon. Ecology, 91(3):902-914.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site High-grading bias: subtle problems with assessing power of selected subsets of loci for population assignment. Molecular Ecology, 19(13):2599-2601.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. M. McClure, T. C. Wainwright, P. McElhany, P. W. Lawson. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Integrating evolutionary and ecological considerations in recovery planning for Pacific salmon. Pages 239-266 in DeWoody, J. A., J. W. Bickham, C. H. Michler, K. M. Nichols, O. E. Rhodes Jr, K. E. Woeste. (Eds.) Molecular approaches in natural resource conservation and management. Cambridge University Press.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., C. Do. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Linkage disequilibrium estimates of contemporary Ne using highly variable genetic markers:  a largely untapped resource for applied conservation and evolution. Evolutionary Applications, 3(3):244-262.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2010. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Spatial-temporal stratifications in natural poplulations and how they affect understanding and estimation of effective population size. Molecular Ecology Resources, 10(5):785-796.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., A. R. Hoelzel, R. Tiedemann, J. W. Bickham. 2010. Updated but still under development:  guidelines for the analysis of population genetic data used in an IWC management context. In International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee meeting. 2-7 June 2010, Agadir, Morocco. IWC Document SC-62-SD1.Go to metadata icon

Andersen, L. W., E. W. Born, D. W. Doidge, I. Gjertz, O. Wiig, R. S. Waples. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic signals of historic and recent migration between sub-populations of Atlantic walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) west and east of Greenland. Endangered Species Research, 9(3):197-211.Go to metadata icon

Chopelet, J., R. S. Waples, S. Mariani. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Sex change and the genetic structure of marine fish populations. Fish and Fisheries, 10(3):329-343.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Conserving the legacy of Arctic-Yukon-Kushokwim salmon. Pages 125-139 in Krueger, C. C., C. E. Zimmerman. (Eds.) Pacific salmon:  ecology and management of western Alaska's populations. AFS Symposium 70. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., T. J. Beechie, G. R. Pess. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evolutionary history, habitat disturbance regimes, and anthropogenic changes: what do these mean for resilience of Pacific salmon populations? Ecology and Society, 14(1):article 3.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., K. A. Naish. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic and evolutionary considerations in fishery management:  research needs for the future. Pages 427-451 in Beamish, R. J., B. Rothschild. (Eds.) The future of fisheries science in North America. Springer. New York.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., J. R. Faulkner. 2009. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Modeling evolutionary processes in small populations: not as ideal as you think. Molecular Ecology, 18(9):1834-1847.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. Plummer. 2009. Towards a scientific framework for assessing lethal vs. non-lethal take of cetaceans. In International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee meeting. 8-10 June 2009, Madeira, Portugal. IWC Document SC-61-O1.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., A. R. Hoelzel. 2009. Under development:  guidelines for the analysis of population genetic data used in an IWC management context. In International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee meeting. 8-10 June 2009, Madeira, Portugal. IWC Document SC-61-SD1.Go to metadata icon

Anderson, E., R. S. Waples, S. T. Kalinowski. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site An improved method for predicting the accuracy of genetic stock identification. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65(7):1475-1486.Go to metadata icon

Hauser, L., R. S. Waples, G. Carvalho. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Editorial (introduction to special issue: advances in marine fish and fisheries genetics ). Fish and Fisheries, 9(4):331-332.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., C. Do. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site LDNE:  a program for estimating effective population size from data on linkage disequilibrium. Molecular Ecology Resources, 8(4):753-756.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., G. R. Pess, T. J. Beechie. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evolutionary history of Pacific salmon in dynamic environments. Evolutionary Applications, 1(2):189-206.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., R. W. Zabel, M. D. Scheuerell, B. L. Sanderson. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evolutionary responses by native species to major anthropogenic changes to their ecosystems: Pacific salmon in the Columbia River hydropower system. Molecular Ecology, 17(1):84-96.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., A. E. Punt, J. M. Cope. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Integrating genetic data into management of marine resources:  how can we do it better? Fish and Fisheries, 9(4):423-449.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Adams, J. Bohnsack, B. L. Taylor. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Legal viability, societal values, and SPOIR:  response to D'Elia et al. Conservation Biology, 22(4):1075-1077.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., W. W. Dickhoff, L. Hauser, N. Ryman. 2008. Six decades of fishery genetics:  taking stock. Fisheries, 33(2):76-79.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., A. P. Hendry. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Special issue:  Evolutionary perspectives on salmonid conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications, 1(2):183-188.Go to metadata icon

Williams, J. G., R. W. Zabel, R. S. Waples, J. A. Hutchings, W. P. Connor. 2008. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Potential for anthopogenic disturbances to influence evolutionary change in the life history of a threatened salmonid. Evolutionary Applications, 1(2):271-285.Go to metadata icon

Araki, H., R. S. Waples, M. Blouin. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A potential bias in the temporal method for estimating Ne in admixed populations under natural selection. Molecular Ecology, 16(11):2261-2271.Go to metadata icon

Araki, H., R. S. Waples, W. R. Ardren, B. Cooper, M. Blouin. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effective population size of steelhead trout: influence of variance in reproductive success, hatchery programs, and genetic compensation between life-history forms. Molecular Ecology, 16(5):953-966.Go to metadata icon

Faubet, P., R. S. Waples, O. E. Gaggiotti. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evaluating the performance of a multilocus Bayesian method for the estimation of migration rates. Molecular Ecology, 16(6):1149-1166.Go to metadata icon

Gustafson, R. G., R. S. Waples, J. M. Myers, L. A. Weitkamp, G. J. Bryant, O. W. Johnson, J. J. Hard. 2007. Appendices to Pacific salmon extinctions: quantifying lost and remaining diversity. Conservation Biology, 21(4):1009-1020. (Appendix S1 | Appendix S2 | Appendix S3)Go to metadata icon

Gustafson, R. G., R. S. Waples, J. M. Myers, L. A. Weitkamp, G. J. Bryant, O. W. Johnson, J. J. Hard. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Pacific salmon extinctions: quantifying lost and remaining diversity. Conservation Biology, 21(4):1009-1020.Go to metadata icon

Hard, J. J., J. M. Myers, M. J. Ford, R. G. Kope, G. R. Pess, R. S. Waples, G. A. Winans, B. A. Berejikian, F. W. Waknitz, P. B. Adams, P. A. Bisson, D. E. Campton, R. Reisenbichler. 2007. Status review of Puget Sound steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-81.Go to metadata icon

Schwartz, M. K., G. Luikart, R. S. Waples. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic monitoring as a promising tool for conservation and management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 22(1):25-33.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. Masuda, J. Pella. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site SALMONNb:  a program for computing cohort-specific effective population sizes (Nb) in Pacific salmon and other semelparous species using the temporal method. Molecular Ecology Notes, 7(1):21-24.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Adams, J. Bohnsack, B. L. Taylor. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A biological framework for evaluating whether a species is threatened or endangered in a significant portion of its range. Conservation Biology, 21(4):964-974.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Captive breeding and the Evolutionarily Significant Unit. Pages 1-7 in Levin, S. A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of biodiversity. Elsevier. Oxford, United Kingdom.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. J. Ford, D. Schmitt. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Empirical results of salmon supplementation in the Northeast Pacific:  a preliminary assessment. Pages 383-403 in Bert, T. M. (Ed.) Ecological and genetic implications of aquaculture activities. Springer. Dordrecht, The Netherlands.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Adams, J. Bohnsack, B. L. Taylor. 2007. Normativity redux. Conservation Biology, 21(6):1649-1650.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., M. Yokota. 2007. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Temporal estimates of effective population size in species with overlapping generations. Genetics, 175(1):219-233.Go to metadata icon

Dawson, M., R. S. Waples, G. Bernardi. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Phylogeography. Pages 26-54 in Allen, L. G., D. J. Pondella II, M. H. Horn. (Eds.) The ecology of marine fishes:  California and adjacent waters. University of California Press. Ewing, New Jersey.Go to metadata icon

Geffen, E., G. Luikart, R. S. Waples. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Impacts of modern molecular genetic techniques on conservation biology. Pages 46-63 in Macdonald, D. W., K. Service. (Eds.) Key topics in conservation bology. Wiley Blackwell. London.Go to metadata icon

Gustafson, R. G., J. Drake, M. J. Ford, J. M. Myers, E. E. Holmes, R. S. Waples. 2006. Status review of Cherry Point Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) and updated status review of the Georgia Basin Pacific herring distinct population segment under the Endangered Species Act. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-76.Go to metadata icon

Naeem, S., R. S. Waples, C. Moritz. 2006. Preserving nature. Pages 70-79 in Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, F. W. Davis. (Eds.) The Endangered Species Act at thirty. Volume two: Conserving biodiversity in human-dominated landscapes. Island Press, Washington, D.C.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A bias correction for estimates of effective population size based on linkage disequilibrium at unlinked gene loci. Conservation Genetics, 7(2):167-184.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Distinct population degments. Pages 127-149 in Scott, J. M., D. D. Goble, F. W. Davis. (Eds.) The Endangered Species Act at thirty.   Volume two:  Conserving biodiversity in human-dominated landscapes. Island Press, Washington, D.C.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., O. E. Gaggiotti. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Invited review:  What is a population? An empirical evaluation of some genetic methods for identifying the number of gene pools and their degree of connectivity. Molecular Ecology, 15(6):1419-1439.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Seed banks, salmon, and sleeping genes:  effective population size in semelparous, age-structured species with fluctuating abundance. American Naturalist, 167(1):118-135.Go to metadata icon

Good, T. P., R. S. Waples, P. Adams. (eds.) 2005. Updated status of Federally listed ESUs of West Coast salmon and steelhead. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-66, 598 p.Go to metadata icon

Hard, J. J., J. M. Myers, M. J. Ford, R. G. Kope, G. R. Pess, R. S. Waples, G. A. Winans, B. A. Berejikian, F. W. Waknitz, P. B. Adams, P. A. Bisson, D. E. Campton, R. Reisenbichler. 2005. Status review update for Puget Sound steelhead. Report of the Northwest Fisheries Science Center to the National Marine Fisheries Service Northwest Regional Office. Seattle.Go to metadata icon

Manel, S., O. E. Gaggiotti, R. S. Waples. 2005. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Assignment methods:  matching biological questions with appropriate techniques. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 20(3):136-142.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2005. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic estimates of contemporary effective population size: to what time periods do the estimates apply? Molecular Ecology, 14(11):3335-3352.Go to metadata icon

DeMaster, D. P., R. P. Angliss, J. Cochrane, P. M. Mace, R. Merrick, M. Miller, S. Rumsey, B. L. Taylor, G. G. Thompson, R. S. Waples. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Recommendations to NOAA Fisheries: ESA listing criteria by the Quantitative Working Group, 10 June 2004. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/SPO-67.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, O. W., K. G. Neely, R. S. Waples. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Lopsided fish in the Snake River Basin—fluctuating asymmetry as a way of assessing impact of hatchery supplementation in chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 69(1-4):379-393.Go to metadata icon

Krahn, M. M., M. J. Ford, W. F. Perrin, P. R. Wade, R. P. Angliss, M. B. Hanson, B. L. Taylor, G. M. Ylitalo, M. E. Dahlheim, J. E. Stein, R. S. Waples. 2004. 2004 status review of southern resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) under the Endangered Species Act. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-62.Go to metadata icon

Tallmon, D. A., G. Luikart, R. S. Waples. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The alluring simplicity and complex reality of genetic rescue. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 19(9):489-496.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., D. J. Teel, J. M. Myers, A. R. Marshall. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Life-history divergence in Chinook salmon:  historic contingency and parallel evolution. Evolution, 58(2):386-403.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., D. J. Teel, J. M. Myers, A. R. Marshall. 2004. Online appendices to Life-history divergence in Chinook salmon: historic contingency and parallel evolution. Evolution, 58(2):386-403. (Allele Frequencies (txt) | Allele Frequencies (xls))Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. Clapham, R. R. Reeves, W. F. Perrin, B. L. Taylor, C. S. Baker, S. L. Mesnick. (Eds.) 2004. Report of the working group on killer whales as a case study. Pages 62-73 in Report of the workshop on shortcomings of cetacean taxonomy in relation to needs of conservation and management. 30 April-2 May 2004, La Jolla, California. U.S. Dept. Commerce, NOAA Tech Memo NMFS-SWFSC-363.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., J. Drake. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Risk-benefit considerations for marine stock enhancement:  a Pacific salmon perspective. Pages 260-306 in Leber, K. M., S. Kitada, H. L. Blankenship, T. Svasand. (Eds.) Stock enhancement and sea ranching:  developments, pitfalls and opportunities. Second edition. Wiley-Blackwell. Hoboken, New Jersey.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2004. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Salmonid insights into effective population size. Pages 295-314 in Hendry, A. P., S. C. Stearns. (Eds.) Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford University Press.Go to metadata icon

Hey, J., R. S. Waples, M. L. Arnold, R. K. Butlin, R. G. Harrison. 2003. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Understanding and confronting species uncertainty in biology and conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 18(11):597-603.Go to metadata icon

Kalinowski, S. T., R. S. Waples. 2002. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Relationship of effective to census size in fluctuating populations. Conservation Biology, 16(1):129-136.Go to metadata icon

Krahn, M. M., P. R. Wade, S. T. Kalinowski, M. E. Dahlheim, B. L. Taylor, M. B. Hanson, G. M. Ylitalo, R. P. Angliss, J. E. Stein, R. S. Waples. 2002. Status Review of Southern Resident Killer Whales (Orcinus orca) under the Endangered Species Act. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-54, 133 p.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2002. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Definition and estimation of effective population size in the conservation of endangered species. Pages 147-168 in Beissinger, S. R., D. R. McCullough. (Eds.) Population Viability Analysis. University of Chicago Press.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2002. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effective size of fluctuating salmon populations. Genetics, 161(2):783-791.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2002. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evaluating the effect of stage-specific survivorship on the Ne/N ratio. Molecular Ecology, 11(6):1029-1037.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 2002. Life history diversity, marine survival, and viability of Pacific salmon. Pages 39-41 in Causes of marine mortality of salmon in the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans and in the Baltic Sea. North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Technical Report No. 4.Go to metadata icon

Gustafson, R. G., R. S. Waples, S. T. Kalinowski, G. A. Winans. 2001. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evolution of sockeye salmon ecotypes. Science, 291(5502):251-252.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., R. G. Gustafson, L. A. Weitkamp, J. M. Myers, O. W. Johnson, P. J. Busby, J. J. Hard, G. J. Bryant, F. W. Waknitz, K. G. Neely, D. J. Teel, W. S. Grant, G. A. Winans, S. Phelps, A. R. Marshall, B. M. Baker. 2001. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Characterizing diversity in salmon from the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Fish Biology, 59(Sup-sA):1-41.Go to metadata icon

Grant, W. S., R. S. Waples. 2000. Spatial and temporal scales of genetic variability in marine and anadromous species:   implications for fisheries oceanography. Pages 61-93 in Harrison, P. J., T. R. Parsons. (Eds.) Fisheries oceanography:  an integrative approach to fisheries ecology and management. Blackwell Science. Oxford.Go to metadata icon

Jonsson, B., R. S. Waples, K. D. Friedland. 1999. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Extinction considerations for diadromous fishes. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 56(4):405-409.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1999. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Dispelling some myths about hatcheries. Fisheries, 24(2):12-21.Go to metadata icon

Myers, J. M., R. G. Kope, G. J. Bryant, D. J. Teel, L. J. Lierheimer, T. C. Wainwright, W. S. Grant, F. W. Waknitz, K. G. Neely, R. S. Waples. 1998. Status review of chinook salmon from Washington, Idaho, Oregon and California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-35.Go to metadata icon

Wainwright, T. C., R. S. Waples. 1998. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Prioritizing Pacific salmon stocks for conservation: Response to Allendorf et al. Conservation Biology, 12:1144-1147.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1998. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Evolutionarily significant units, distinct population segments, and the Endangered Species Act:  reply to Pennock and Dimmick. Conservation Biology, 12(3):718-721.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1998. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Separating the wheat from the chaff: patterns of genetic differentiation in high gene flow species. Journal of Heredity, 89(5):438-450.Go to metadata icon

Gustafson, R. G., T. C. Wainwright, G. A. Winans, F. W. Waknitz, L. T. Parker, R. S. Waples. 1997. Status review of sockeye salmon from Washington and Oregon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-33.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, O. W., R. S. Waples, T. C. Wainwright, K. G. Neely, F. W. Waknitz, L. T. Parker. 1997. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Biological status review of Umpqua River sea-run cutthroat trout. Pages 87-102 in Hall, J. R. (Ed.) Sea-run cutthroat trout:  biology, management, and future conservation. Proceedings of a symposium 12-14 October 1995, Reedsport, Oregon. Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society. Corvallis.Go to metadata icon

Johnson, O. W., W. S. Grant, R. G. Kope, K. G. Neely, F. W. Waknitz, R. S. Waples. 1997. Status review of chum salmon from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-32.Go to metadata icon

Moran, P., D. A. Dightman, R. S. Waples, L. K. Park. 1997. PCR-RFLP analysis reveals substantial population-level variation in the introns of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology, 6:315-327.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., G. A. Winans, P. B. Aebersold. 1997. Population genetic structure and life history variability in Oncorhynchus nerka from the Snake River Basin. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service to the Bonneville Power Administration. Portland, Oregon.Go to metadata icon

Allendorf, F. W., R. S. Waples. 1996. Conservation and genetics of salmonid fishes. Pages 238-280 in Avise, J. C., J. L. Hamrick. (Eds.) Conservation genetics: case histories from nature. Chapman and Hall, New York.Go to metadata icon

Busby, P. J., T. C. Wainwright, G. J. Bryant, L. J. Lierheimer, R. S. Waples, F. W. Waknitz, I. V. Lagomarsino. 1996. Status Review of West Coast Steelhead from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-27, 261 p. (PDF | HTML)Go to metadata icon

Hard, J. J., R. G. Kope, W. S. Grant, F. W. Waknitz, L. T. Parker, R. S. Waples. 1996. Status review of pink salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-25.Go to metadata icon

Winans, G. A., P. B. Aebersold, R. S. Waples. 1996. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Allozyme variability of Oncorhynchus nerka in the Pacific Northwest with special consideration to populations of Redfish Lake, Idaho. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 125(5):645-663.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1995. Evolutionarily significant units and the conservation of biological diversity under the Endangered Species Act. Pages 8-27 in Nielsen, J. L. (Ed.) Evolution and the aquatic ecosystem:  defining unique units in population conservation. AFS Symposium 17. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1995. Genetic effects of stock transfers of fish. Pages 51-69 in Philipp, D. P., J. M. Epifanio, J. E. Marsden, J. E. Claussen, R. J. Wolotira. (Eds.) Protection of aquatic biodiversity. Proceedings of the World Fisheries Congress, Theme 3. Science Publishers. Lebanon, New Hampshire.Go to metadata icon

Weitkamp, L. A., T. C. Wainwright, G. J. Bryant, G. B. Milner, D. J. Teel, R. G. Kope, R. S. Waples. 1995. Status review of coho salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-24, 258 p. (PDF | HTML)Go to metadata icon

Busby, P. J., T. C. Wainwright, R. S. Waples. 1994. Status review for Klamath Mountains Province steelhead. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-19, 130 p. (PDF | HTML)Go to metadata icon

Johnson, O. W., R. S. Waples, T. C. Wainwright, K. G. Neely, F. W. Waknitz, L. T. Parker. 1994. Status review for Oregon's Umpqua River sea-run cutthroat trout. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-15.Go to metadata icon

Park, L. K., P. Moran, R. S. Waples. (Eds.) 1994. Application of DNA technology to the management of Pacific salmon: Proceedings of the workshop. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-17.Go to metadata icon

Park, L. K., P. Moran, D. A. Nickerson. 1994. Application of the oligonucleotide ligation assay to the study of chinook salmon populations in the Snake River. Pages 91-97 in Park, L. K., P. Moran, R. S. Waples. (Eds.) Application of DNA technology to the management of Pacific salmon: Proceedings of the workshop. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-17.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1994. Genetic considerations in recovery efforts for Pacific Salmon. Conservation Biology, 8(3):884-886.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., C. Do. 1994. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic risk associated with supplementation of Pacific salmonids:  captive broodstock programs. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 51(S1):310-329.Go to metadata icon

Busby, P. J., O. W. Johnson, T. C. Wainwright, F. W. Waknitz, R. S. Waples. 1993. Status review for Oregon's Illinois River winter steelhead. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-10. (PDF | HTML)Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., O. W. Johnson, P. B. Aebersold, C. K. Shiflett, D. M. Van Doornik, D. J. Teel, A. E. Cook. 1993. A genetic monitoring and evaluation program for supplemented populations of salmon and steelhead in the Snake River Basin (1989-1990). Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service to the Bonneville Power Administration. Portland, Oregon.Go to metadata icon

Hard, J. J., R. P. Jones Jr., R. S. Waples. 1992. Pacific salmon and artificial propagation under the Endangered Species Act. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-2.Go to metadata icon

Hedgecock, D., V. Chow, R. S. Waples. 1992. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Effective population numbers of shellfish broodstocks estimated from temporal variance in allelic frequencies. Aquaculture, 108(3-4):215-232.Go to metadata icon

Utter, F. M., R. S. Waples, D. J. Teel. 1992. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic isolation of previously indistinguishable chinook salmon populations of the Snake and Klamath Rivers: limitations of negative data. Fishery Bulletin, 90(4):770-777.Go to metadata icon

Matthews, G. M., R. S. Waples. 1991. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Status review for Snake River spring and summer Chinook salmon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/NWC-200.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., D. J. Teel, P. B. Aebersold. 1991. A genetic monitoring and evaluation program for supplemented populations of salmon and steelhead in the Snake River Basin (1988). Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service to the Bonneville Power Administration. Portland, Oregon.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1991. Definition of "species" under the Endangered Species Act: application to Pacific salmon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/NWC-194.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1991. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic interactions between hatchery and wild salmonids: lessons from the Pacific Northwest. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 48(Suppl. 1):124-133.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1991. Genetic methods for estimating the effective size of cetacean populations. Pages 279-300 in Hoelzel, A. R. (Ed.) Genetic ecology of whales and dolphins. Report of the International Whaling Commission: Special Issue 13.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1991. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Heterozygosity and life-history variation in bony fishes:  an alternative view. Evolution, 45(5):1275-1280.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1991. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Pacific Salmon, Oncorhynchus spp., and the definition of "species" under the Endangered Species Act. Marine Fisheries Review, 53(3):11-22.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., R. P. Jones Jr., B. R. Beckman, G. A. Swan. 1991. Status review for Snake River fall Chinook salmon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/NWC-201.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., O. W. Johnson, R. P. Jones Jr. 1991. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Status review for Snake River sockeye salmon. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/NWC-195.Go to metadata icon

Graves, J. E., M. J. Curtis, P. A. Oeth, R. S. Waples. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Biochemical genetics of southern California basses of the genus Paralabrax and a method for the specific identification of fresh and ethanol-preserved individual eggs and early larvae. Fishery Bulletin, 88(1):59-66.Go to metadata icon

Smouse, P. E., R. S. Waples, J. A. Tworek. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A mixed fishery model for use with incomplete source population data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 47(3):620-634.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Conservation genetics of Pacific salmon. III. Estimating effective population size. Journal of Heredity, 81(4):277-289.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., D. J. Teel. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Conservation genetics of Pacific salmon. I. Temporal changes in allele frequency. Conservation Biology, 4(2):144-156.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Conservation genetics of Pacific salmon. II. Effective population size and the rate of loss of genetic variability. Journal of Heredity, 81(4):267-276.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. E. Smouse. 1990. Gametic disequilibrium analysis as a means of identifying mixtures of salmon populations. Pages 439-458 in Parker, N. C., A. E. Giorgi, R. C. Heidinger, D. B. Jester, E. D. Prince, G. A. Winans. (Eds.) Fish marking techniques. Proceedings of the international symposium and educational workshop on fish-marking techniques, June 1988, Seattle. AFS Symposium 7. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., G. A. Winans, F. M. Utter, C. V. Mahnken. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Genetic approaches to the management of Pacific salmon. Fisheries, 15(5):19-25.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., G. A. Winans, F. M. Utter, C. V. Mahnken. 1990. Genetic monitoring of Pacific salmon hatcheries. Pages 33-37 in Svrjcek, R. S. (Ed.) Genetics in aquaculture.  Proceedings of the 16th U.S.-Japan meeting on aquaculture. 20-21 October 1987, Charleston, South Carolina. NOAA Technical Report NMFS 92.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1990. Stock structure and gene conservation in Columbia River spring chinook salmon. Pages 14-21 in Park, D. L. (Ed.) Status and future of spring Chinook salmon in the Columbia River Basin__conservation and enhancement. Proceedings of the spring Chinook salmon workshop, 8-9 November 1989, Pasco, Washington. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/NWC-187.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Temporal changes of allele frequency in Pacific salmon: implications for mixed-stock fishery analysis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 47(5):968-976.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Aebersold. 1990. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Treatment of data for duplicated gene loci in mixed-stock fishery analysis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 47(11):2092-2098.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1989. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A generalized approach for estimating effective population size from temporal changes in allele frequency. Genetics, 121(2):379-391.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., P. B. Aebersold, N. Davis, L. W. Harrell, F. W. Waknitz. 1989. Final report on analyses of salmon collected in Taiwan, Republic of China, 31 August-5 September 1989. Report of the Coastal Zone and Estuarine Studies Division, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1989. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Further problems with mosquitofish genetics. Copeia, 1989(3):798-800.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1989. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Temporal variation in allele frequencies: testing the right hypothesis. Evolution, 43(6):1236-1251.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., J. E. Randall. 1988. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A revision of the Hawaiian lizardfishes of the genus Synodus, with descriptions of four new species. Pacific Science, 42(3-4):178-213.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1988. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Estimation of allele frequencies at isoloci. Genetics, 118(2):371-384.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S. 1987. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site A multispecies approach to the analysis of gene flow in marine shore fishes. Evolution, 41(2):385-400.Go to metadata icon

Waples, R. S., R. H. Rosenblatt. 1987. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Patterns of larval drift in southern California marine shore fishes inferred from allozyme data. Fishery Bulletin, 85(1):1-11.Go to metadata icon

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