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Publications (sorted first by field):

Molecular systematics & biodiversity genomics

Layton KKS & Wilson NG. Under review. Validating a molecular clock for nudibranchs – no fossils to the rescue. 

Theissinger K, Fernandes C, Formenti G ... ERGA Consortium. (2023). How genomics can help biodiversity conservation. Trends in Genetics. 

Formenti G, Theissinger K, Fernandes C ... ERGA Consortium. (2022). The era of reference genomes in conservation genomics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Layton KKS, Carvajal JI, Wilson NG. (2020). Mimicry and mitonuclear discordance in nudibranchs: new insights from exon capture phylogenomics. Ecology and Evolution. 

deWaard JR, Ratnasingham S, Zakharov EV ...Layton KKS... Hebert PDN. (2019). A reference library for the identification of Canadian invertebrates: 1.5 million DNA barcodes, voucher specimens, and genomic samples. Scientific Data. 

Layton KKS, Middelfart PU, Tatarnic NJ, Wilson NG. (2019). Erecting a new family for Spirostyliferina, a truncatelloidean microgastropod, and further insights into truncatelloidean phylogeny. Zoologica Scripta. 

Layton KKS, Rouse GW, Wilson NG. (2019). A newly discovered radiation of endoparasitic gastropods (Eulimidae: Asterophila) and their coevolution with asteroid hosts in Antarctica. BMC Evolutionary Biology.  

Layton KKS, Gosliner TM, Wilson NG. (2018). Flexible colour patterns obscure identification and mimicry in Indo-Pacific Chromodoris nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Chromodorididae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 

Layton KKS, Warne CPK, Nicolai A, Ansart A, deWaard JR. (2018). Molecular evidence for multiple introductions of the banded grove snail (Cepaea nemoralis) in North America. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 

Reid AL, Ahyong ST, Keable SJ, Kupriyanova E, Layton KKS, Miller AC. (2017). The Australian Museum Lord Howe Island Expedition 2017—marine invertebrates. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, Online. 

Layton KKS, Martel AL, Hebert PDN. (2016). Geographic patterns of genetic diversity in two species complexes of Canadian marine bivalves. Journal of Molluscan Studies.

Layton KKS, Corstorphine EA, Hebert PDN. (2016). Exploring Canadian echinoderm diversity through DNA barcodes. PLoS ONE. 

Telfer A, Young MR, Quinn J ...Layton KKS... deWaard JR. (2015). Biodiversity inventories in high gear: DNA barcoding facilitates a rapid biotic survey of a temperate nature reserve. Biodiversity Data Journal.  

Layton KKS, Martel AL, Hebert PDN. (2014). Patterns of DNA barcode variation in Canadian marine molluscs. PLoS ONE.  

Evolutionary & ecological genomics
Layton KKS, Bradbury IR. (2022). Harnessing the power of multi-omics data for predicting climate change response. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Salisbury SJ, McCracken G, Perry R ...Layton KKS... Ruzzante DE. (2022). The genomic consistency of the loss of anadromy in an Arctic fish. The American Naturalist. 

Kess T, Dempson JB, Lehnert SJ ...Layton KKS... Bradbury IR. (2021). Genomic basis of extreme deep-water adaptation in sympatric Arctic Charr morphs. Molecular Ecology.

Kess T, Einfeldt T, Wringe B ...Layton KKS... Bradbury IR. (2021). A putative structural variant and environmental variation associated with genomic divergence across the Northwest Atlantic in Atlantic Halibut. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Layton KKS, Snelgrove PVR, Dempson JB ... Bradbury IR. (2021). Genomic evidence for past and future climate-linked loss in a migratory Arctic fish.​ Nature Climate Change.

Salisbury SJ, McCracken GR, Perry R ...Layton KKS... Ruzzante DE. (2020). Limited genetic parallelism underlies recent, repeated incipient speciation in geographically proximate populations of an Arctic fish (Salvelinus alpinus). Molecular Ecology.

Application of 'omics tools
Jeffery NJ, Lehnert SJ, Kess T, Layton KKS, Wringe BF, Stanley RRE. (2022). Application of Omics Tools in Designing and Monitoring Marine Protected Areas For a Sustainable Blue Economy. Frontiers in Genetics.

Bax N, Barnes DKA, Santiago EA ...Layton KKS... Bayley DTI. (2022). Towards Incorporation of Blue Carbon in Falkland Islands Marine Spatial Planning: A Multi-Tiered Approach. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Cote D, Dempson JB, Piersiak M, Layton KKS... Bradbury IR. (2021). Using movement, diet and genetic analysis to understand Arctic Charr responses to ecosystem change. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Gilbey J, Carvalho G, Castilho R ...Layton KKS... Volckaert FAM. (2021). Life in a drop: sampling environmental DNA for fishery management and ecosystem monitoring. Marine Policy.

Layton KKS, Dempson JB, Snelgrove PVR  ... Bradbury IR. (2020). Resolving fine-scale population structure and fishery exploitation using sequenced microsatellites in a northern fish. Evolutionary Applications.
Bradbury IR, Duffy SJ, Lehnert SJ ...Layton KKS... Fleming IA. (2020). Model-based evaluation of the genetic impacts of farm escaped Atlantic salmon on wild populations. Aquaculture Environment Interactions.

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