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  • Crandall, E.D., R.J. Toonen and K.A. Selkoe. 2018. A coalescent sampler successfully detects biologically meaningful population structure overlooked by F‐statistics. Evolutionary Applications 2018.

  • Deck, J., M.R. Gaither, R. Ewing, C.E. Bird, N. Davies, C. Meyer, C. Riginos, R.J. Toonen and E.D. Crandall. 2017. The Genomic Observatories Metadatabase (GeOMe): A new repository for field and sampling event metadata associated with genetic samples. PLoS Biology: 1-7.

  • McKeon, C., M. Weber, S. Alter, N. Seavy, E. Crandall, D. Barshis, E. Fechter‐Leggett and K. Oleson. 2016. Melting barriers to faunal exchange across ocean basins. Global Change Biology 22: 465-473.

  • Hassrick, J., M. Henderson, D. Huff, W. Sydeman, M. Sabal, J. Harding, A. Ammann, E. Crandall, E. Bjorkstedt and J. Garza. 2016. Early ocean distribution of juvenile Chinook salmon in an upwelling ecosystem. Fisheries Oceanography 25: 133-146.

  • Selkoe, K., C. D'Aloia, E. Crandall, M. Iacchei, L. Liggins, J. Puritz, S. von der Heyden and R. Toonen. 2016. decade of seascape genetics. Marine Ecology Progress Series 554: 1-19.

  • Riginos, C., E. Crandall, L. Liggins, P. Bongaerts and E. Treml. 2016. Navigating the currents of seascape genomics. Current Zoology: zow067.

  • Satterthwaite, W., J. Ciancio, E. Crandall, M. Palmer-Zwahlen, A. Grover, M. O'Farrell, E. Anderson, M. Mohr and J. Garza. 2015. Stock composition and ocean spatial distribution inference from California recreational Chinook salmon fisheries using genetic stock identification. Fisheries Research 170: 166-178.

  • Bellinger, M., M. Banks, S. Bates, E. Crandall, J. Garza, G. Sylvia and P. Lawson. 2015. Geo-Referenced, Abundance Calibrated Ocean Distribution of Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Stocks across the West Coast of North America. PLOS ONE 10: e0131276-e0131224.

  • Satterthwaite, W., M. Mohr, M. O'Farrell, E. Anderson, M. Banks, S. Bates, M. Bellinger, L. Borgerson, E. Crandall and J. Garza. 2014. Use of Genetic Stock Identification Data for Comparison of the Ocean Spatial Distribution, Size at Age, and Fishery Exposure of an Untagged Stock and Its Indicator. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143: 117-133.

  • Barber, P., M. Ablan-Lagman, Ambariyanto, R. Berlinck, D. Cahyani, E. Crandall, R. Ravago-Gotanco, M. Juinio-Menez, I. Mahardika and K. Shanker. 2014. Advancing biodiversity research in developing countries. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 187-210.

  • Raynal, J., E. Crandall, P. Barber, G. Mahardika, M. Lagman and K. Carpenter. 2014. Basin isolation and oceanographic features influencing lineage divergence in the humbug damselfish (Dascyllus aruanus) in the Coral Triangle. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 513-532.

  • Bowen, B., K. Shanker, N. Yasuda, M. Malay, S. von der Heyden, G. Paulay, L. Rocha, K. Selkoe, P. Barber and S. Williams. 2014. Phylogeography unplugged. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 13-46.

  • Crandall, E., E. Treml, L. Liggins, L. Gleeson, N. Yasuda, P. Barber, G. Worheide and C. Riginos. 2014. Return of the ghosts of dispersal past. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 399-425.

  • Willette, D., F. Allendorf, P. Barber, D. Barshis, K. Carpenter, E. Crandall, W. Cresko, I. Fernandez-Silva, M. Matz and E. Meyer. 2014. So, you want to use next-generation sequencing in marine systems? Insight from the Pan-Pacific Advanced Studies Institute. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 79-122.

  • Beger, M., K. Selkoe, E. Treml, P. Barber, S. von der Heyden, E. Crandall, R. Toonen and C. Riginos. 2014. Evolving coral reef conservation with genetic information. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 159-185.

  • Keyse, J., E. Crandall, R. Toonen, C. Meyer, E. Treml and C. Riginos. 2014. scope of published population genetic data for Indo-Pacific marine fauna and future research opportunities in the region. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 47-78.

  • Clemento, A., E. Crandall and J. Garza. 2014. Evaluation of a single nucleotide polymorphism baseline for genetic stock identification of Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the California Current large marine ecosystem. Fishery Bulletin 112: 112-130.

  • Crandall, E. and C. Riginos. 2014. Magnificent dimensions, varied forms, and brilliant colors. Bulletin of Marine Science 90: 1-11.

  • Ackiss, A., S. Pardede, E. Crandall, M. Ablan-Lagman, Ambariyanto, N. Romena, P. Barber and K. Carpenter. 2013. Pronounced genetic structure in a highly mobile coral reef fish, Caesio cuning, in the Coral Triangle. Marine Ecology Progress Series 480: 185-197.

  • Casilagan, I., M. Juinio-Menez and E. Crandall. 2013. Genetic diversity, population structure, and demographic history of exploited sea urchin populations (Tripneustes gratilla) in the Philippines. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 449: 284-293.

  • Crandall, E., E. Sbrocco, T. DeBoer, P. Barber and K. Carpenter. 2012. Expansion Dating. Molecular Biology and Evolution 29: 707-719.

  • Crandall, E., E. Treml and P. Barber. 2012. Coalescent and biophysical models of stepping‐stone gene flow in neritid snails. Molecular Ecology 21: 5579-5598.

  • Carpenter, K., P. Barber, E. Crandall, M. Ablan-Lagman, Ambariyanto, G. Mahardika, B. Manjaji-Matsumoto, M. Juinio-Meñez, M. Santos and C. Starger. 2011. Comparative Phylogeography of the Coral Triangle and Implications for Marine Management. Journal of Marine Biology 2011: 1-14.

  • CRANDALL, E., M. FREY, R. GROSBERG and P. BARBER. 2008. Contrasting demographic history and phylogeographical patterns in two Indo-Pacific gastropods. Molecular Ecology 17: 611-626.

  • Crandall, E. 2008. Isolation and gene flow in Indo-Pacific species with pelagic larvae. .

  • CRANDALL, E., M. JONES, M. MUÑOZ, B. AKINRONBI, M. ERDMANN and P. BARBER. 2008. Comparative phylogeography of two seastars and their ectosymbionts within the Coral Triangle. Molecular Ecology 17: 5276-5290.

  • CRANDALL, E., M. FREY, R. GROSBERG and P. BARBER. 2008. Contrasting demographic history and phylogeographical patterns in two Indo‐Pacific gastropods. Molecular Ecology 17: 611-626.

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Educational Background

  • 2014-2015 – Assistant Researcher, University of Hawaii (Marine Population Genetics)

  • 2010-2014 – Assistant Project Scientist, NOAA - National Marine Fisheries Service (Salmon Genetic Stock Assessment)

  • 2008-2010 – Postdoctoral Research Associate, Old Dominion University (Marine Population Genetics)

  • 2008 – PhD, Boston University (Biology)

  • 1998 – B.A., UC Berkeley (Integrative Biology)

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  • Capacity building and data mobilization for conservation and decision making in the South Pacific

  • UCEs for CSUs: A metazoan target-capture panel of metazoan ultraconserved elements for use in seascape genetics.

  • “RCN: Diversity of the Indo-Pacific Network (DIPnet): A collaborative research network and database for advancing marine biodiversity research.”

  • Advancing Genetic Diversity Research in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

  • The Molecular Ecology and Evolution of the Indo-Pacific: A Collaborative Research Network

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Ackiss, A – Old Dominion University

  • Barber, P – UC Los Angeles

  • Carpenter, K – Old Dominion University

  • Casilagan, I – University of the Philippines

  • Gaither, M – University of Hawaii

  • Garza, C – NOAA - NMFS

  • Hanson, A – Old Dominion University

  • Liggins, L – Massey University

  • Pardede, S – Boston University

  • Raynal, J – Old Dominion University

  • Riginos, C – University of Queensland

  • Selkoe, K – National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

  • Toonen, R – University of Hawaii

  • Treml, E – University of Melbourne

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