Giacomo Bernardi

UC Santa Cruz

Center for Ocean Health - Long Marine Lab
100 Shaffer Road
Santa Cruz, CA, 945060

Research Area

Population genetics of fishes

Giacomo Bernardi - Publications

Year Citations Publication Type Links
2016 Spatial patterns of self-recruitment of a coral reef fish in relation to island-scale retention mechanisms Journal Article
2014 How will coral reef fish communities respond to climate-driven disturbances? Insight from landscape-scale perturbations. Journal Article
2014 Phylogeography unplugged: Comparative surveys in the genomic era. Journal Article
2014 The application of genetics to marine management and conservation: examples from the Indo-Pacific Journal Article
2013 Biological and physical interactions on a tropical island coral reef: Transport and retention processes on Moorea, French Polynesia. Journal Article
2012 Larger female fish contribute disproportionately more to self-replenishment. Journal Article
2012 Full-sibs in cohorts of newly settled coral reef fishes. Journal Article
2011 Herbivory, connectivity and ecosystem resilience: response of a coral reef to a large-scale perturbation Journal Article
2010 Allopatric divergence and speciation in coral reef fish: the three-spot dascyllus, Dascyllus trimaculatus, species complex. Journal Article
2009 Isolation and characterization of 13 polymorphic nuclear microsatellite primers for the widespread Indo-Pacific three-spot damselfish, Dascyllus trimaculatus, and closely related D. auripinnis Journal Article
2009 Isolation and characterization of eight polymorphic microsatellite markers from the orange-fin anemonefish, Amphiprion chrysopterus Journal Article

Giacomo Bernardi - Datasets