Publications

You can find Treml on Academia.edu, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate. OA = Open Access.

43) Krueck, N. C., Ahmadia, G. N., Green, A., Jones, G. P., Possingham, H. P., Riginos, C., Treml, E. A. and Mumby, P. J. (accepted), Incorporating larval dispersal into MPA design for both conservation and fisheries. Ecol Appl.. doi:10.1002/eap.1495. Accepted 31 Dec 2016. Early View.

42) Krueck NC, Ahmadia GN, Possingham HP, Riginos C, Treml EA, Mumby PJ (2017) Marine reserve targets to sustain and rebuild unregulated fisheries. PLoS Biology 15(1): e2000537. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.2000537. OA Paper.

41) Romero-Torres M, Acosta A, Treml EA (accepted). The regional structure of spawning phenology and the potential consequences for connectivity of coral assemblages across the Eastern Tropical Pacific. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsw218. Accepted 25 Oct 2016. OA Early View.

40) Riginos C, Crandall ED, Liggins L, Bongaerts P, Treml EA (2016) Navigating the currents of seascape genomics: how spatial analyses can augment population genomic studies. Current Zoology. 62 (6): 581-601. OA Paper.

39) Selkoe K, Gaggiotti O, Treml EA, Wren J, Donovan M, Hawaii Reef Connectivity Consortium, Toonen R (2016) The DNA of coral reef biodiversity – predicting and protecting genetic diversity of reef assemblages. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. OA Paper.

38) Magris R, Treml EA, Pressey RL, Weeks R. (2016) Integrating multiple species connectivity and habitat quality into conservation planning for coral reefs. Ecography. 39:649-664. Paper.

37) Liggins L, Treml E, Possingham H, C Riginos (2016) Seascape features, rather than dispersal traits, predict spatial genetic patterns in co-distributed reef fishes. Journal of Biogeography. 43(2): 256-67. Paper.

36) Schill, SR, Raber GT, Roberts JJ, Treml EA, Brenner J and Halpin PN (2015) No Reef Is an Island: Integrating Coral Reef Connectivity Data into the Design of Regional-Scale Marine Protected Area Networks. PLoS ONE 10 (12): e0144199. OA Paper. Media

35) Beger M, McGowan J, Treml E, Green A, White A, Wolff N, Klein C, Mumby P, and Possingham H (2015) Integrating regional conservation priorities for multiple objectives into national policy. Nat Commun 6, Article number: 8208. OA Paper.

34) Treml EA, J Ford, K Black, S Swearer. (2015) Identifying the key biophysical drivers, connectivity outcomes, and metapopulation consequences of dispersal in the sea. Movement Ecology. 3:3-17.OA Paper.

33) Liggins L, DJ Booth, WF Figueira, , EA Treml, L Tonk, T Ridgway, DA Harris, C Riginos (2015) Latitude-wide genetic patterns reveal historical effects and contrasting patterns of turnover and nestedness at the range peripheries of a tropical marine fish. Ecography 38: 1212–1224. Paper.

32) Treml EA, Fidelman P, Kininmonth S, Ekstrom JA, Bodin Ö (2015) Analyzing the (mis)fit between the institutional and ecological networks of the Indo-West Pacific. Global Environmental Change. 31:263–271. Paper.

31) Hale R, Treml EA, Swearer SE (2015) Evaluating the metapopulation consequences of ecological traps. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 282. Paper.

30) Treml EA, Roberts J, Halpin PN, Possingham HP, Riginos C (2015) The emergent geography of biophysical dispersal barriers across the Indo-West Pacific. Diversity and Distributions. 21(4):465-476. Paper.

29) Davies SW, Treml EA, Kenkel CD, Matz MV (2015) Exploring the role of Micronesian islands in the maintenance of coral genetic diversity in the Pacific Ocean. Molecular Ecology. 24(1): 70–82. Paper.

28) Riginos C, Buckley YM, Blomberg SP, Treml EA (2014) Dispersal capacity predicts both population genetic structure and species richness in reef fishes. The American Naturalist. 184(1): 52-64. Paper.

27) Crandall E, Treml EA, Liggins L, Gleeson L, Yasuda N, Barber P, Wörheide G, Riginos C (2014) Return of the ghosts of dispersal past: historical spread and contemporary gene flow in the blue sea star Linckia laevigata. Bulletin of Marine Science 90(1): 399-425. OA Paper.

26) Keyse J, Crandall ED, Toonen RJ, Meyer CP, Treml EA, Riginos C (2014) The scope of published population genetic data for Indo-Pacific marine fauna and future research opportunities. Bulletin of Marine Science. 90(1): 47-78. OA Paper.

25) Beger M, Selkoe KA, Treml EA, Barber PH, von der Heyden S, Crandall ED, Toonen RJ, Riginos C (2014) Evolving coral reef conservation with genetic information. Bulletin of Marine Science 9(1): 159-185. OA Paper.

24) Huelsken T, Keyse J, Liggins L, Penny S, Treml EA, Riginos C (2013) A novel widespread cryptic species and phylogeographic patterns within several giant clam species (Cardiidae: Tridacna) from the Indo-Pacific Ocean. PLoS ONE 8(11): e80858. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080858. OA Paper.

23) Iwamura T, Possingham HP, Chades I, Minton C, Murray N, Rogers D, Treml E, Fuller, RA (2013) Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea level rise for shorebird populations Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.0325. Published 1 May 2013. Paper.

22) Leis JM, Caselle JE, Bradbury IR, Kristiansen T, Llopiz JK, Miller MJ, O’Connor MI, Paris CB, Shanks AL, Sogard SM, Swearer SE, Treml EA, Vetter RD, Warner RR (2013) Does fish larval dispersal differ between high and low latitudes? Proceedings of the Royal Society B doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.0327. Published 20 March 2013. Press on ABC Science on March 20, 2013. Paper.

21) Liggins L, Treml EA, Riginos C (2013) Taking the plunge: an introduction to undertaking seascape genetic studies and using biophysical models in seascape genetic studies. Geography Compass 7(3):173–196. Paper.

20) Kool J, Moilanen A, Treml EA. (2013) Connectivity research: recent advances and new frontiers. Landscape Ecology 28:165–185. Paper.

19) Crandall E, Treml EA, Barber P. (2012) Coalescent and Biophysical Models of Stepping-Stone Gene Flow in Neritid Snails. Molecular Ecology 21: 5579-5598 Paper.

18) Treml EA, Roberts J, Chao Y, Halpin P, Possingham HP, Riginos C. (2012) Reproductive output and duration of the pelagic larval stage determine seascape-wide connectivity of marine populations. Integrative and Comparative Biology 52(4): 525-537. Paper.

17) Treml, EA, Halpin, PN. (2012). Marine population connectivity identifies ecological neighbors for conservation planning in the Coral Triangle. Conservation Letters 5(6): 441-449 Data available in the Coral Triangle Atlas (CT Atlas).
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16) Burgess S, Treml EA, Marshall D. (2012) How do dispersal costs and habitat selection influence realized population connectivity?  Ecology 93 (6): 1378-1387 F1000 Prime Recommended Paper.

15) Mora C, Treml EA, Roberts J, Crosby K, Roy D, Tittensor DP (2012) High connectivity among habitats precludes the relationship between dispersal and range size in tropical reef fishes. Ecography 35(1):89-96. Paper.

14) Mirams AGK, Treml EA, Shields JL, Liggins L, Riginos C (2011) Vicariance and dispersal across an intermittent barrier: population genetic structure of marine animals across the Torres Strait land bridge. Coral Reefs 30(4):937-949. Paper.

13) Riginos C, Douglas K, Jin Y, Shanahan D, Treml EA (2011) Effects of geography and life history traits on genetic differentiation in marine fishes. Ecography 34(4):566-575. Paper.

12) Beger M, Linke S, Game E, Ball I, Treml E, Watts M, Possingham H (2010) Incorporating asymmetric connectivity into spatial decision making for conservation. Conservation Letters 3(5) 359-368. Paper.

11) Klein C, Ban N, Halpern B, Beger M, Game E, Grantham H, Green A, Klein T, Kininmonth S, Treml E, Wilson K, Possingham H (2010) Prioritizing land and sea conservation investments to protect Coral Triangle reefs. PLoS ONE 5(8): e12431 OA Paper.

10) Roberts JJ, Best BD, Dunn DC, Treml EA, Halpin PN (2010) Marine Geospatial Ecology Tools: an integrated framework for ecological geoprocessing with ArcGIS, Python, R, MATLAB, and C++. Environmental Modelling and Software 25: 1197-1207. Paper.

9) Urban DL, Minor ES, Treml EA, Schick RS (2009) Graph Models of Habitat Mosaics. Ecology Letters 12(3):260-273. Paper.

8) Minor ES, McDonald RI, Treml EA, Urban DL (2008) Uncertainty in Spatially Explicit Population Models. Biological Conservation 141(4):956-970. Paper.

7) Treml EA, Halpin PN, Urban DL, Pratson LF (2008) Modeling population connectivity by ocean currents, a graph-theoretic approach for marine conservation. Landscape Ecology 23: 19-36.   **Awarded Outstanding Paper in Landscape Ecology by US-IALE in 2009 & F1000 Prime Recommended Paper.

6) Fowler C, Treml E (2001) Building a marine cadastral information system for the United States – a case study. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 25 (4-5): 493-507. Paper.

5) Treml E, Colgan M, Keevican M (1997) Hurricane disturbance and coral reef development:  A geographic information system (GIS) analysis of 501 years of hurricane data from the Lesser Antilles. Proc 8th Int Coral Reef Symp, Panama 1:541-546. PDF

Book Chapters

4) Urban DL, McDonald RI, Minor ES, Treml EA (2006) Causes and consequences of land use change in the North Carolina Piedmont. In Wu J. (ed.) Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecological Studies: Methods and Applications, Tempe, AZ. p239-258.

3) Treml E, Halpin PN, Colgan M (2002) Spatial ecology of coral reefs: Applying geographic information science to benthic marine systems. In Breman J. (ed.) Marine Geography. ESRI Press, CA.  p11-23.

2) Treml E, Smillie H, Cohen K, Fowler C, Neely R (2002) Spatial Policy: Georeferencing the legal and statutory framework for integrated regional ocean management. In Wright D.J. (ed.) Undersea with GIS. ESRI Press, CA. p213-230.

1) Fowler C, Treml E, Smillie H (1999) Georeferencing the legal framework for a web-based regional ocean management geographic information system.  In IFREMER (ed.) CoastGIS’99: Geomatics and Coastal Environment (Brest, 9-11 September 1999). p284- 293.