Caren S. Goldberg
Caren S. Goldberg
Associate Professor, Washington State University
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Putting the ‘landscape’in landscape genetics
A Storfer, MA Murphy, JS Evans, CS Goldberg, S Robinson, SF Spear, ...
Heredity 98 (3), 128-142, 2007
Critical considerations for the application of environmental DNA methods to detect aquatic species
CS Goldberg, CR Turner, K Deiner, KE Klymus, PF Thomsen, MA Murphy, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 1299-1307, 2016
Quantifying effects of UV-B, temperature, and pH on eDNA degradation in aquatic microcosms
KM Strickler, AK Fremier, CS Goldberg
Biological Conservation 183, 85-92, 2015
Estimating Occupancy and Abundance of Stream Amphibians Using Environmental DNA from Filtered Water Samples
DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg, RS Arkle, LP Waits
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2013
Molecular detection of vertebrates in stream water: a demonstration using Rocky Mountain tailed frogs and Idaho giant salamanders
CS Goldberg, DS Pilliod, RS Arkle, LP Waits
PLoS One 6 (7), e22746, 2011
Factors influencing detection of eDNA from a stream‐dwelling amphibian
DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg, RS Arkle, LP Waits
Molecular ecology resources 14 (1), 109-116, 2014
Employing philosophical dialogue in collaborative science
SD Eigenbrode, M O'rourke, JD Wulfhorst, DM Althoff, CS Goldberg, ...
BioScience 57 (1), 55-64, 2007
Environmental DNA as a new method for early detection of New Zealand mudsnails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum)
CS Goldberg, A Sepulveda, A Ray, J Baumgardt, LP Waits
Freshwater Science 32 (3), 792-800, 2013
Reporting the limits of detection and quantification for environmental DNA assays
KE Klymus, CM Merkes, MJ Allison, CS Goldberg, CC Helbing, ME Hunter, ...
Environmental DNA 2 (3), 271-282, 2020
Characterizing the distribution of an endangered salmonid using environmental DNA analysis
MB Laramie, DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg
Biological Conservation 183, 29-37, 2015
Moving environmental DNA methods from concept to practice for monitoring aquatic macroorganisms
CS Goldberg, KM Strickler, DS Pilliod
Biological Conservation 183, 1-3, 2015
Comparative landscape genetics of two pond‐breeding amphibian species in a highly modified agricultural landscape
CS Goldberg, LP Waits
Molecular Ecology 19 (17), 3650-3663, 2010
A validation scale to determine the readiness of environmental DNA assays for routine species monitoring
B Thalinger, K Deiner, LR Harper, HC Rees, RC Blackman, D Sint, ...
Environmental DNA 3 (4), 823-836, 2021
Degradation and dispersion limit environmental DNA detection of rare amphibians in wetlands: Increasing efficacy of sampling designs
CS Goldberg, KM Strickler, AK Fremier
Science of The Total Environment 633, 695-703, 2018
ANDe: A fully integrated environmental DNA sampling system
AC Thomas, J Howard, PL Nguyen, TA Seimon, CS Goldberg
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (6), 1379-1385, 2018
A system for rapid eDNA detection of aquatic invasive species
AC Thomas, S Tank, PL Nguyen, J Ponce, M Sinnesael, CS Goldberg
Environmental DNA 2 (3), 261-270, 2020
Diversification and asymmetrical gene flow across time and space: lineage sorting and hybridization in polytypic barking frogs
JW Streicher, TJ Devitt, CS Goldberg, JH Malone, H Blackmon, MK Fujita
Molecular ecology 23 (13), 3273-3291, 2014
Implications of Anthropogenic Landscape Change on Inter-Population Movements of the Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii)
T Edwards, CR Schwalbe, DE Swann, CS Goldberg
Conservation Genetics 5, 485-499, 2004
Quantification and reduction of bias from sampling larvae to infer population and landscape genetic structure
Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (2), 304-313, 2010
Environmental DNA sampling protocol-filtering water to capture DNA from aquatic organisms
MB Laramie, DS Pilliod, CS Goldberg, KM Strickler
Techniques and Methods, 2015
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