Nagati, M., M.J. Bergeron, P. Gagné, A. Arsenault, A. Droit, P. Wilson, G. Pittoello, M. Manseau, C. Martineau. 2024. Exploring winter diet, gut microbiota and parasitism in caribou using multi-marker metabarcoding of fecal DNA. PrePrint. (pdf)

Taylor, R., M. Manseau, S. Keobouasone, G. Mastromonaco, K. Solmundson, A. Kelly, N. C. Larter, M. Gamberg, H. Schwantje, C. Thacker, J. Polfus, L. Andrew, D. Hervieux, D. Simmons, P. J. Wilson. 2024. High genetic load without purging in caribou, a diverse species at risk. Current Biology:

Taylor, R., M. Manseau, P. Wilson. 2023. Delineating conservation units should be independent of effective population size. Trends in Ecology and Evolution:

Solmundson K., J. Bowman, M. Manseau, R.S. Taylor, S. Keobouasone, P. J. Wilson. (2023). Genomic population structure and inbreeding history of Lake Superior caribou. Ecology and Evolution:

Taylor R. S.,E. L. Jensen, D. W. Coltman, A. D. Foote, S. Lamichhaney. (2021). Seeing the whole picture: what molecular ecology is gaining from whole genomes. Molecular Ecology, 30: 5917-5922.

Taylor R. S, M. Manseau, C. F. C. Klutsch, J. L. Polfus, A. Steedman, D. Hervieux, A. Kelly, N. C. Larter, M. Gamberg, H. Schwantje, and P. J. Wilson. (2021). Population dynamics of caribou shaped by glacial cycles before the Last Glacial Maximum. Molecular Ecology, 30: 6121-6143.

Taylor, R. S., M. Manseau, B. Redquest, S. Keobouasone, P. Gagné, C. Martineau, and P. J. Wilson. (2021). Whole genome sequences from non-invasively collected caribou faecal samples. Conservation Genetics Resources:

Taylor, R., M. Manseau, R. Horn, S. Keobouasone, B. Golding, P. Wilson. (2020). The role of introgression and ecotypic parallelism in delineating intra-specific conservation units. Molecular Ecology, 29:2793–2809.

Taylor, R., R. Horn, X. Zhang, G. Golding, M. Manseau, P. Wilson. (2019). The Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) Genome. Genes, 10: 540.

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