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Ian J Wang
Ian J Wang
Associate Professor, UC Berkeley
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Isolation by environment
IJ Wang, GS Bradburd
Molecular ecology 23 (23), 5649-5662, 2014
8542014
Examining the full effects of landscape heterogeneity on spatial genetic variation: a multiple matrix regression approach for quantifying geographic and ecological isolation
IJ Wang
Evolution 67 (12), 3403-3411, 2013
4142013
Quantifying the roles of ecology and geography in spatial genetic divergence
IJ Wang, RE Glor, JB Losos
Ecology letters 16 (2), 175-182, 2013
2902013
Genetic structure is correlated with phenotypic divergence rather than geographic isolation in the highly polymorphic strawberry poison‐dart frog
IJ Wang, K Summers
Molecular ecology 19 (3), 447-458, 2010
2752010
Landscape genetics and least‐cost path analysis reveal unexpected dispersal routes in the California tiger salamander (Ambystoma californiense)
IJ Wang, WK Savage, H Bradley Shaffer
Molecular ecology 18 (7), 1365-1374, 2009
2702009
Environmental filtering by pH and soil nutrients drives community assembly in fungi at fine spatial scales
SI Glassman, IJ Wang, TD Bruns
Molecular ecology 26 (24), 6960-6973, 2017
2562017
Navigating the pitfalls and promise of landscape genetics
JL Richardson, SP Brady, IJ Wang, SF Spear
Molecular ecology 25 (4), 849-863, 2016
1752016
Genome‐enabled development of DNA markers for ecology, evolution and conservation
RC Thomson, IJ Wang, JR Johnson
Molecular Ecology 19 (11), 2184-2195, 2010
1752010
Recognizing the temporal distinctions between landscape genetics and phylogeography
IJ Wang
Molecular ecology 19 (13), 2605-2608, 2010
1692010
Rapid color evolution in an aposematic species: a phylogenetic analysis of color variation in the strikingly polymorphic strawberry poison-dart frog
IJ Wang, HB Shaffer
Evolution 62 (11), 2742-2759, 2008
1562008
Trapped within the city: Integrating demography, time since isolation and population‐specific traits to assess the genetic effects of urbanization
A Lourenço, D Álvarez, IJ Wang, G Velo‐Antón
Molecular Ecology 26 (6), 1498-1514, 2017
1002017
Landscape genomics: understanding relationships between environmental heterogeneity and genomic characteristics of populations
N Balkenhol, RY Dudaniec, KV Krutovsky, JS Johnson, DM Cairns, ...
Population genomics: Concepts, approaches and applications, 261-322, 2019
972019
Fine‐scale population structure in a desert amphibian: landscape genetics of the black toad (Bufo exsul)
IJ Wang
Molecular Ecology 18 (18), 3847-3856, 2009
872009
Inversely related aposematic traits: reduced conspicuousness evolves with increased toxicity in a polymorphic poison‐dart frog
IJ Wang
Evolution 65 (6), 1637-1649, 2011
832011
Phylogeography of the Pygmy Rain Frog (Pristimantis ridens) across the lowland wet forests of isthmian Central America
IJ Wang, AJ Crawford, E Bermingham
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 47 (3), 992-1004, 2008
832008
Mate choice and the genetic basis for colour variation in a polymorphic dart frog: inferences from a wild pedigree
CL RICHARDS‐ZAWACKI, IJ Wang, K Summers
Molecular ecology 21 (15), 3879-3892, 2012
762012
Landscape genomics to enable conservation actions: the California Conservation Genomics Project
HB Shaffer, E Toffelmier, RB Corbett-Detig, M Escalona, B Erickson, ...
Journal of Heredity 113 (6), 577-588, 2022
752022
The value of space‐for‐time substitution for studying fine‐scale microevolutionary processes
GOU Wogan, IJ Wang
Ecography 41 (9), 1456-1468, 2018
702018
Effective population size is strongly correlated with breeding pond size in the endangered California tiger salamander, Ambystoma californiense
IJ Wang, JR Johnson, BB Johnson, HB Shaffer
Conservation Genetics 12, 911-920, 2011
692011
Contributions of historical and contemporary geographic and environmental factors to phylogeographic structure in a Tertiary relict species, Emmenopterys henryi (Rubiaceae)
YH Zhang, IJ Wang, HP Comes, H Peng, YX Qiu
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-14, 2016
682016
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