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Hollenbeck, C. M., Portnoy, D. S., and Gold J. R. (2015) A genetic linkage map of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) and comparison of chromosomal syntenies with four other fish species. Aquaculture 435: 265-274. PDF



Hollenbeck, C. M., Portnoy, D. S, Saillant, E., and Gold, J. R. (2015) Population structure and genetic demography of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) in the U.S. South Atlantic and connectivity with red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico. Fisheries Research 172: 17-25. PDF



Giresi, M. M., Grubbs, R. D., Portnoy, D. S., Driggers III, W. B, Jones, L., and Gold, J. R. (2015). Identification and distribution of morphologically conserved smoothhound sharks (Genus Mustelus) in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:1301–1310. PDF



Gold, J. R., Willis, S. C., Renshaw, M. A., Buentello, A., Walker, H. J., Puritz, J. B., Hollenbeck, C. M., and Voelker, G. (2015). Phylogenetic relationships of tropical eastern Pacific snappers (Lutjanidae) inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences. Systematics and Biodiversity 13(6): 916-927. PDF



Portnoy, D. S., Puritz, J. B., Hollenbeck, C. M., Gelsleichter, J., Chapman, D., and Gold, J. R (2015).  Selection and sex-biased dispersal in a coastal shark: the influence of philopatry on adaptive variation.  Molecular Ecology 24: 5877–5885. PDF



Hollenbeck, C. M., Portoy, D. S., and Gold, J. R. (2016).  A method for detecting changes in contemporary effective population size from linkage disequilibrium at linked and unlinked loci.  Heredity 117: 207-216. PDF  



Portnoy, D. S., Hollenbeck, C. M., Bethea, D. M., Frazier, B. S., Gelsleicther, J., Gold, J. R.  (2016). Population structure, gene flow, and historical demography of a small coastal shark (Carcharhinus isodon) in U.S. waters of the western Atlantic Ocean.  ICES Journal of Marine Science. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsw098 PDF



Puritz, J. B., Portnoy, D. S., Gold, J. R.  (2016). Fine-scale partitioning of genomic variation among recruits in an exploited fishery: causes and consequences.  Scientific Reports 6:36095. PDF


Hollenbeck, C. M., Portnoy, D. S., Wetzel, D., Sherwood, T. A., Samollow, P. B., and Gold, J. R. (2016).  Linkage mapping and comparative genomics of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) using next-generation sequencing. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics.  DOI:10.1534/g3.116.036350 PDF


Portnoy, D. S., Willis, S. C., Hunt, E., Swift, D. G., Gold, J. R., and Conway, K. W.  (2017).  Molecular phylogenetics of New World searobins (Triglidae; Prionotinae).  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107 (2017) 382–387. PDF



Willis, S. C., Hollenbeck, C. M., Puritz, J. B., Gold, J. R., and Portnoy, D. S. (2017).  Haplotyping RAD loci: an efficient method to filter paralogs and account for physical linkage.  Molecular Ecology Resources.  DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12647 PDF



Barker, A. M., Frazier, B. S., Bethea, D. M., Gold, J. R., and Portnoy, D. S. (2017) Identification of young-of-the-year great hammerhead shark Sphyrna mokarran in northern Florida and South Carolina.  Journal of Fish Biology.  DOI:10.1111/jfb.13356 PDF


#112 O’Leary, S.J., Hollenbeck, C.M., Vega, R.R, Gold. J.R., Portnoy. D.S. (2018). Genetic mapping and comparative genomics to inform restoration enhancement and culture of southern flounder, Paralichthys lethostigma, BMC Genomics,19:163. PDF

#113 O’Leary^, S.J., Puritz, J.B., Willis^, S.C., Hollenbeck, C.M., Portnoy D.S. (2018) These aren't the loci you're looking for: Principles of effective SNP filtering for the molecular ecologist. Molecular Ecology, 27, 3193-3206. PDF

#114 Hollenbeck, C.M., Portnoy, D.S., Gold, J.R. (2019) Evolution of population structure in an estuarine-dependent, marine fish. Ecology and Evolution, 9(6), 3141-3152. PDF

#115 Barker, A.M., Adams, D.H., Driggers, W.B. III, Frazier, B.S., Portnoy, D.S. (2019) Hybridization between sympatric hammerhead sharks in the western North Atlantic. Biology Letters, 15, 20190004. PDF

#116 Dimens*, P.V., Willis, S.C^, Grubbs, R.D., Portnoy D.S. (2019) A genomic assessment of movement and gene flow around the South Florida vicariance zone in a migratory coastal shark. Marine Biology, 166(7), 86. PDF

#117 Barker, A.M.*, Frazier, B.S., Gelsleichter, J., Grubbs, R.D., Hollenbeck, C.M. and Portnoy, D.S. High rates of genetic polyandry in the blacknose shark, Carcharhinus acronotus, Copeia, accepted.


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