Selected Publications

 

Mariani S., Baillie C., Colosimo G., Riesgo A. (2019): “Sponges as natural environmental DNA samplers”. Current Biology, 29: R401-R402.

 

Sales N.G., Wangensteen O.S., Carvalho D.C. & Mariani S. (2019): “Influence of Preservation Methods, Sample Medium and Sampling Time on eDNA Recovery in a Neotropical River”. Environmental DNA, 1: 119-130.

Siegenthaler A., Wangensteen O.S., Soto A., Benvenuto C., Corrigan L. & Mariani S. (2019): “Metabarcoding of shrimp stomach content: harnessing a natural sampler for fish biodiversity monitoring”. Molecular Ecology Resources, 19: 206-220.

Waples R.S., Mariani S., Benvenuto C. (2018): “Consequences of Sex Change for Effective Population Size”. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 285: 20181702.

 

Collins, R.A., Wangensteen, O.S., O’Gorman, E.J., Mariani, S., Sims, D.W., & Genner, M.J. (2018): "Persistence of environmental DNA in marine systems". Communications Biology, 1: 185 .

 

Siegenthaler A., Wangensteen O.S., Benvenuto C., Campos J. & Mariani S. (2018): “DNA metabarcoding unveils multi-scale trophic variation in a widespread coastal opportunist”. Molecular Ecology, 28: 232-249.

Sales N.G., Mariani S., Pessali T.C., Salvador G.N., & Carvalho D.C. (2018): “Hidden Diversity Hampers Conservation Efforts in a Highly Impacted Neotropical River System”. Frontiers in Genetics, 9: 271.

Cawthorn D.M., Baillie C., & Mariani S. (2018): “Generic names and mislabelling conceal high species diversity in global fisheries markets”. Conservation Letters, e12573.

Boussarie G., Bakker J., Wangensteen O.S., Mariani S., Bonnin L., Juhel J-B., Kiszka J.J., Kulbicki M., Manel S., Robbins W.D., Vigliola L., & Mouillot D. (2018): “Environmental DNA illuminates the dark diversity of sharks”. Science Advances, 4: 5, eaap9661.

Di Muri C., Vandamme S., Peace C., Barnes W. & Mariani S. (2018): “Biodiversity defrosted: unveiling non-compliant fish trade in ethnic food stores”. Biological Conservation, 217: 419–427.

Bakker J., Wangensteen O.S., Chapman D.D., Boussarie G., Buddo D., Guttridge T.L., Hertler H., Mouillot D., Vigliola L. & Mariani S. (2017): “Environmental DNA reveals tropical shark diversity and abundance in contrasting levels of anthropogenic impact”. Scientific Reports, 7: 16886.

Coscia, I., Chopelet, J., Waples, R.S., Mann, B. & Mariani, S. (2016): “Sex change and effective population size: implications for population genetic studies in marine fish”. Heredity, 117, 251–258.

 

Mariani, S. & the LABELFISH Consortium (2015): “Low mislabeling rates indicate marked improvements in European seafood market operations”. Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment, 13: 536-540.

 

Shum, P., Pampoulie, C., Krinstinsson, K., & Mariani, S. (2015): “Three-dimensional post-glacial expansion and diversification of an exploited oceanic fish”. Molecular Ecology, 24: 3652–3667.

Stefanni S., Castilho R., Sala-Bozano M., Robalo J., Francisco S., Santos R.S., Marques N., Brito A., Almada V. & Mariani S. (2015): “Establishment of a coastal fish in the Azores: recent colonisation or sudden expansion of an ancient relict population?”. Heredity, 115: 527-537.

 

Mariani, S., Ellis, J., O’Reilly, A., Brechon, A.L., Sacchi, C., & Miller, D.D. (2014): “Mass media influence and the regulation of illegal practices in the seafood market”. Conservation Letters, 7: 478–483.

Longmore, C., Trueman, C.N., Neat, F., Jorde, P.E., Knutsen, H., Stefanni, S., Catarino, D., Milton, J.A. & Mariani, S. (2014): “Oceanic scale connectivity and life cycle reconstruction in a deep-sea fish”. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, 71: 1312-1323.