Embedding indigenous principles in genomic research of culturally significant species: a conservation genomics case study (2019)
CitationCollier-Robinson L, Rayne A, Rupene M, Thoms C, Steeves T (2019). Embedding indigenous principles in genomic research of culturally significant species: a conservation genomics case study. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 43(3).
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Keywordskaitiakitanga; kaupapa Māori; mahinga kai; Mātauranga Māori; rangatiratanga; taonga species
ANZSRC Fields of Research31 - Biological sciences::3105 - Genetics::310509 - Genomics
41 - Environmental sciences::4104 - Environmental management::410401 - Conservation and biodiversity
20 - Language, Communication and Culture::2002 - Cultural Studies::200207 - Māori Cultural Studies
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Rayne A; Byrnes G; Collier-Robinson L; Hollows J; McIntosh A; Ramsden M; Rupene M; Tamati-Elliffe P; Thoms C; Steeves T (2020)1. Conservation translocations—particularly those that weave diverse ways of knowing and seeing the world—promise to enhance species recovery and build ecosystem resilience. Yet, few studies to date have been led or ...
Reference genomes from distantly related species can be used for discovery of single nucleotide polymorphisms to inform conservation management Galla SJ; Forsdick NJ; Brown L; Hoeppner MP; Knapp M; Maloney RF; Moraga R; Santure AW; Steeves TE (MDPI AG, 2019)© 2018 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. Threatened species recovery programmes benefit from incorporating genomic data into conservation management strategies to enhance species recovery. However, a lack ...
Building strong relationships between conservation genetics and primary industry leads to mutually beneficial genomic advances. Galla SJ; Buckley TR; Elshire R; Hale ML; Knapp M; McCallum J; Moraga R; Santure AW; Wilcox P; Steeves TE (WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2016)Several reviews in the past decade have heralded the benefits of embracing high-throughput sequencing technologies to inform conservation policy and the management of threatened species, but few have offered practical ...