Diana Baetscher

Molecular ecology, population genetics, and fishes

Hello!

I’m a postdoc with Nina Overgaard Therkildsen and Pete McIntyre in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University.

I’m heading up a project to use metabarcoding to determine what exactly goes into fish food and which of the oceans’ wild fish stocks are impacted.

I finished my PhD in Ocean Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz in March 2019.


Research


Feel free to contact me with questions or if you need access to publication PDFs.

Multi-locus metabarcoding of marine species mixtures found in aquaculture feeds

Population structure of Alaskan Northern Fulmars and bycatch assignment

Larval dispersal of kelp rockfish across a marine reserve network in central California

Genetic differentiation and stock structure in Atlantic river herrings

Genetic species identification of nearshore Pacific rockfishes

Publications


2019

Baetscher DS, Anderson EC, Gilbert-Horvath EA, Malone DP, Saarman ET, Carr MH, Garza JC. “Dispersal of a nearshore marine fish connects marine reserves and adjacent fished areas along an open coast.” Molecular Ecology. doi: 10.1111/mec.15044

2018

Baetscher DS, Clemento A, Ng T, Anderson EC, Garza JC. “Microhaplotypes provide increased power from short-read DNA sequences for relationship inference.” Molecular Ecology Resources. doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12737

Smith JG, Malone D, Baetscher DS, Carr MH. “Evaluation and application of a biopsy device for in-situ non-lethal tissue extraction for fishes.” Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi: 10.3354/meps12575

Reid K, Hasselman DJ, Palkovacs EP, Baetscher DS, Bentzen P, McBride M, Garza JC. “Range-wide population structure and baseline assessment of anadromous river herring.” Fishery Bulletin. doi: 10.1016/j.fishres.2018.04.014

2017

Baetscher DS, Hasselman DJ, Reid K, Palkovacs EP, Garza JC. “Discovery and characterization of single nucleotide polymorphisms in two anadromous alosine fishes of conservation concern.” Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1002/ece3.3215

Thanks for your interest!

baetscher @ cornell.edu