Population Genomics: Marine Organisms

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. Januar 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 472 Seiten
978-3-030-37935-3 (ISBN)
 
Population genomics has provided unprecedented opportunities to unravel the mysteries of marine organisms in the oceans' depths. The world's oceans, which make up 70% of our planet, encompass diverse habitats and host numerous unexplored populations and species. Population genomics studies of marine organisms are rapidly emerging and have the potential to transform our understanding of marine populations, species, and ecosystems, providing insights into how these organisms are evolving and how they respond to different stimuli and environments. This knowledge is critical for understanding the fundamental aspects of marine life, how marine organisms will respond to environmental changes, and how we can better protect and preserve marine biodiversity and resources. This book brings together leading experts in the field to address critical aspects of fundamental and applied research in marine species and share their research and insights crucial for understanding marine ecosystem diversity and function. It also discusses the challenges, opportunities and future perspectives of marine population genomics.
1st ed. 2020
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 44 farbige Abbildungen, 31 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 44 Illustrations, color; 31 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 456 p. 75 illus., 44 illus. in color.
  • Höhe: 241 mm
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  • Breite: 160 mm
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  • Dicke: 31 mm
  • 869 gr
978-3-030-37935-3 (9783030379353)
10.1007/978-3-030-37936-0
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Dr. Om P. Rajora ProfessorUniversity of New BrunswickFaculty of Forestry and Environmental ManagementFredericton, NBCanada Dr. Majorie OleksiakAssociate ProfessorUniversity of MiamiDepartment of Marine Biology and EcologyMiami, FLUSA

Part I Introduction

Marine Population Genomics: Challenges and Opportunities

Marjorie F. Oleksiak and Om Rajora

Part II Marine Microbiomes

Coral Microbiomes as Bioindicators of Reef Health

Sofia Roitman, F. Joseph Pollock, and Mónica Medina

Part III Genetic Diversity, Population Structure, and Biogeography

Population Genomics of Marine Zooplankton

Ann Bucklin, Kate DiVito, Irina Smolina, Marvin Choquet, Jennifer M. Questel, Galice Hoarau, and Rachel J. O'Neill

Population Genomics of Early-Splitting Lineages of Metazoans

Rocío Pérez-Portela and Ana Riesgo

Population Genomics and Biogeography of the Northern Acorn Barnacle (Semibalanus balanoides) Using Pooled Sequencing Approaches

Joaquin C. B. Nunez, Rebecca G. Elyanow, David A. Ferranti, and David M. Rand

Part IV Seascape Genomics

Seascape Genomics: Contextualizing Adaptive and Neutral Genomic Variation in the Ocean Environment

Libby Liggins, Eric A. Treml, and Cynthia Riginos

Part V Adaptation, Acclimation, and Speciation

Clinal Adaptation in the Marine Environment

David I. Dayan

The Population Genomics of Parallel Adaptation: Lessons from Threespine Stickleback

Paul A. Hohenlohe and Isabel Santos Magalhaes

Mechanisms of Adaptive Divergence and Speciation in Littorina saxatilis: Integrating Knowledge from Ecology and Genetics with New Data Emerging from Genomic Studies

Kerstin Johannesson, Roger K. Butlin, Marina Panova, and Anja M. Westram

Ecological Speciation in Corals

Ana M. González, Carlos A. Prada, Viridiana Ávila, and Mónica Medina

Environmental Epigenomics and Its Applications in Marine Organisms

Andria Beal, Javier Rodriguez-Casariego, Ciro Rivera-Casas, Victoria Suarez-Ulloa, and Jose M. Eirin-Lopez

Part VI Protection, Conservation, and Management of Marine Organisms

Marine Invasion Genomics: Revealing Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Biological Invasions

S. D. Bourne, J. Hudson, L. E. Holman, and M. Rius

Population Genomics Applied to Fishery Management and Conservation

Laura Benestan

Marine Conservation and Marine Protected Areas

Amanda Xuereb, Cassidy C. D'Aloia, Rémi M. Daigle, Marco Andrello, Alicia Dalongeville, Stéphanie Manel, David Mouillot, Frédéric Guichard, Isabelle M. Côté, Janelle M. R. Curtis, Louis Bernatchez, and Marie-Josée Fortin

Population genomics has provided unprecedented opportunities to unravel the mysteries of marine organisms in the oceans' depths. The world's oceans, which make up 70% of our planet, encompass diverse habitats and host numerous unexplored populations and species. Population genomics studies of marine organisms are rapidly emerging and have the potential to transform our understanding of marine populations, species, and ecosystems, providing insights into how these organisms are evolving and how they respond to different stimuli and environments. This knowledge is critical for understanding the fundamental aspects of marine life, how marine organisms will respond to environmental changes, and how we can better protect and preserve marine biodiversity and resources.
This book brings together leading experts in the field to address critical aspects of fundamental and applied research in marine species and share their research and insights crucial for understanding marine ecosystem diversity and function. It also discusses the challenges, opportunities and future perspectives of marine population genomics.

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