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David Tallmon

Collaborating Faculty

Fish and Fisheries Genetics
Fisheries Ecology
Fisheries Oceanography
Natural Sciences Department
University of Alaska Southeast
205D Anderson, 11275 Glacier Hwy
Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 796-6330
University of Montana
Ph.D. Ecology
University of Montana
M.S. Ecology
University of California, Santa Cruz
Curriculum Vitae
P. D. Barry, S. L. Tamone and D. A. Tallmon. 2013. A complex pattern of population structure in the North Pacific giant octopus Enteroctopus dofleini (Wulker, 1910) Journal of Molluscan Studies. 79:133-138.

R. P. Kovach, A. J. Gharrett and D. A. Tallmon. 2013. Temporal patterns of genetic variation in a salmon population undergoing rapid change in migration timing Evolutionary Applications. 6(5):795-807.

R. P. Kovach, J. E. Joyce, J. D. Echave, M. S. Lindberg and D. A. Tallmon. 2013. Earlier Migration Timing, Decreasing Phenotypic Variation, and Biocomplexity in Multiple Salmonid Species Plos One. 8(1)

S. C. Vulstek, T. P. Linderoth, W. D. Templin, J. R. Guyon and D. A. Tallmon. 2013. Spatio-temporal population genetic structure and mating system of red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) in Alaska. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 79:133-138. doi: 10.1093/mollus/eyt006

C. A. Bergstrom, A. R. Whiteley and D. A. Tallmon. 2012. The heritable basis and cost of colour plasticity in coastrange sculpins Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25(12):2526-2536.

D. A. Tallmon. 2012. Tributyltin Contamination and Imposex in Alaska Harbors Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 88(2):245-249.

J. L. Stoutamore, C. N. Love, S. L. Lance, K. L. Jones and D. Tallmon. 2012. Development of polymorphic microsatellite markers for blue king crab (Paralithodes platypus) Conservation Genetics Resources. 4(4):897-899.

R. P. Kovach, A. J. Gharrett and D. A. Tallmon. 2012. Genetic change for earlier migration timing in a pink salmon population Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1743):3870-3878.

A. R. Whiteley, C. A. Bergstrom, T. Linderoth and D. A. Tallmon. 2011. The spectre of past spectral conditions: colour plasticity, crypsis and predation risk in freshwater sculpin from newly deglaciated streams Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 20(1):80-91.

P. D. Barry, S. L. Tamone and D. A. Tallmon. 2011. A comparison of tagging methodology for North Pacific giant octopus Enteroctopus dofleini Fisheries Research. 109(3-Feb):370-372.

  • fish and fisheries genetics
  • population genetics
  • evolutionary ecology
Current Research Projects
  • The plasticity and genetic basis of color variation in coastrange sculpin
  • The use of effective population size to monitor changes in wild populations
  • Climate change as a selective force on run timing of salmon
  • Research Scientist, Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF
  • Associate Professor & Department Chair, Biology & Marine Biology Program, University of Alaska Southeast
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