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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Advanced Approaches to Studying the Population Diversity of Marine Fishes: New Opportunities for Fisheries Control and ManagementZELENINA Daria; MARTINSOHN Jann; OGDEN Rob; VOLKOV Alexander; ZELENINA Ina; CARVALHO Gary R.Articles in Journals
2009FishPopTrace: Developing SNP-based population genetic assignment methods to investigate illegal fishingMARTINSOHN Jann; OGDEN RobArticles in Journals
2008A Forensic Genetic Approach to European Fisheries EnforcementMARTINSOHN JANN; OGDEN RobArticles in Journals
2012Gene-associated markers provide tools for tackling IUU fishing and false eco-certificationNIELSEN Einar Eg; MARTINSOHN Jann; MAC AOIDH EOIN; CARIANI Alessia; MAES Gregory; OGDEN Rob; BARGELLONI Luca; BEKKEVOLD Dorte; TINTI Fausto; CARVALHO Gary R., et alArticles in Journals
2009Review the Current Status of Traceability Methods in the Fisheries Sector Based on GeneticsCARVALHO Gary R.; HELYAR Sarah; BEKKEVOLD Dorte; VOLKERT Filip; HANEL Reinhold; MCPHEE Dan; FORD Michael J.; CARLSSON Jens; TRAUTNER Jochen; OGDEN Rob, et alArticles in books
2013Sturgeon conservation genomics: SNP discovery and validation using RAD sequencingOGDEN Rob; GHARBI Karim; MUGUE Nicolai; MARTINSOHN Jann; SENN Helen; DAVEY John; POURKAZEMI Mohammad; MCEWING Ross; ELAND C; VIDOTTO Michele, et alArticles in Journals
2011Tracing fish and fish products from ocean to fork using advanced molecular technologiesMARTINSOHN Jann; GEFFEN Audrey J.; MAES Gregory; NIELSEN Einar Eg; OGDEN Rob; CARVALHO Gary R.Articles in books
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