ESR - Vol. 9, No. 3 - Table of contents
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ESR THEME SECTIONForensic methods in conservation research
This ESR THEME SECTION focuses on the use of forensic methods in conservation research. There are a number of high precision methodologies that are becoming ever more useful in the study of ecology and conservation of endangered species, often allowing critical insight. These include: molecular genetic fingerprinting; stable isotope, trace element and compound analysis; and forensic pathology. Here, along with invited reviews from international experts, we have a number of original manuscripts that encompass the full spectrum of these techniques.
As for all current ESR articles, we are pleased to make the online version of this ESR THEME SECTION available with Open Access
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Colotelo AH, Cooke SJ, Smokorowski KE
REVIEW: Application of forensic techniques to enhance fish conservation and management: injury detection using presumptive tests for blood
ESR 9:169-178 | Full text in pdf format
Andersen LW, Born EW, Doidge DW, Gjertz I, Wiig Ø, Waples RS
Genetic signals of historic and recent migration between sub-populations of Atlantic walrus Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus west and east of Greenland
ESR 9:197-211 | Full text in pdf format
Bunbury N, Stidworthy MF, Greenwood AG, Jones CG, Sawmy S, Cole RE, Edmunds K, Bell DJ
Causes of mortality in free-living Mauritian pink pigeons Columba mayeri, 2002-2006
ESR 9:213-220 | Full text in pdf format
Gutowsky S, Janssen MH, Arcese P, Kyser TK, Ethier D, Wunder MB, Bertram DF, McFarlane Tranquilla L, Lougheed C, Norris DR
Concurrent declines in nestling diet quality and reproductive success of a threatened seabird over 150 years
ESR 9:247-254 | Full text in pdf format
Ogden R, McGough HN, Cowan RS, Chua L, Groves M, McEwing R
SNP-based method for the genetic identification of ramin Gonystylus spp. timber and products: applied research meeting CITES enforcement needs
ESR 9:255-261 | Full text in pdf format