Rebekah A. Oomen
Rebekah A. Oomen
CEES, University of Oslo & CCR, University of Agder
Verified email at ibv.uio.no - Homepage
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A roadmap for understanding the evolutionary significance of structural genomic variation
C Mérot, RA Oomen, A Tigano, M Wellenreuther
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35 (7), 561-572, 2020
462020
Transcriptomic responses to environmental change in fishes: Insights from RNA sequencing
RA Oomen, JA Hutchings
Facets 2 (2), 610-641, 2017
382017
Mitochondrial evidence for panmixia despite perceived barriers to gene flow in a widely distributed waterbird
RA Oomen, MW Reudink, JJ Nocera, CM Somers, MC Green, CJ Kyle
Journal of Heredity 102 (5), 584-592, 2011
342011
Comparison of 454 pyrosequencing methods for characterizing the major histocompatibility complex of nonmodel species and the advantages of ultra deep coverage
RA Oomen, RM Gillett, CJ Kyle
Molecular ecology resources 13 (1), 103-116, 2013
332013
Panmixia on a continental scale in a widely distributed colonial waterbird
MW Reudink, CJ Kyle, JJ Nocera, RA Oomen, MC Green, CM Somers
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102 (3), 583-592, 2011
272011
Variation in spawning time promotes genetic variability in population responses to environmental change in a marine fish
RA Oomen, JA Hutchings
Conservation Physiology 3 (1), 2015
262015
Genetic variability in reaction norms in fishes
RA Oomen, JA Hutchings
Environmental Reviews 23 (3), 353-366, 2015
192015
Small-scale life history variability suggests potential for spatial mismatches in Atlantic cod management units
A Kuparinen, NE Roney, RA Oomen, JA Hutchings, EM Olsen
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (2), 286-292, 2016
172016
Consequences of single-locus and tightly linked genomic architectures for evolutionary responses to environmental change
RA Oomen, A Kuparinen, JA Hutchings
Journal of Heredity 111 (4), 319–332, 2020
132020
Genetic variation in plasticity of life-history traits between Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) populations exposed to contrasting thermal regimes
RA Oomen, JA Hutchings
Canadian Journal of Zoology 94 (4), 257-264, 2016
102016
Fine‐scale population differences in Atlantic cod reproductive success: A potential mechanism for ecological speciation in a marine fish
NE Roney, RA Oomen, H Knutsen, EM Olsen, JA Hutchings
Ecology and evolution 8 (23), 11634-11644, 2018
72018
Temporal variability in offspring quality and individual reproductive output in a broadcast-spawning marine fish
NE Roney, RA Oomen, H Knutsen, EM Olsen, JA Hutchings
ICES Journal of Marine Science 75 (4), 1353-1361, 2018
72018
The genomic basis and spatial scale of variation in thermal responses of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
RA Oomen
12021
Changes in group size during resource shifts reveal drivers of sociality across the tree of life
AB Kao, AK Hund, FP Santos, JG Young, D Bhat, J Garland, RA Oomen, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Pathways towards a sustainable future envisioned by early‐career conservation researchers
KJ Raatikainen, J Purhonen, T Pohjanmies, M Peura, E Nieminen, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (9), e493, 2021
2021
Coastal Research Seen Through an Early Career Lens—A Perspective on Barriers to Interdisciplinarity in Norway
A Deininger, AH Martin, JCF Pardo, PR Berg, J Bhardwaj, D Catarino, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 329, 2021
2021
The early bird uses bioRxiv: The impact of career stage on the usage of preprints in ecology and evolution
J Wolf, L MacKay, S Haworth, M Cossette, M Dedato, K Young, C Elliott, ...
2021
Cryptic microgeographic variation in responses of larval Atlantic cod to warmer temperatures
RA Oomen, E Juliussen, EM Olsen, H Knutsen, S Jentoft, JA Hutchings
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Evolution of Reaction Norms
RA Oomen, JA Hutchings
Oxford University Press, 2020
2020
Transcriptomic variability in population responses of Atlantic cod to temperature
R Oomen, H Knutsen, E Moland Olsen, S Jentoft, NC Stenseth, ...
ECCB2018: 5th European Congress of Conservation Biology. 12th-15th of June …, 2018
2018
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