Professor Martin J Genner

B.Sc.(Liv.), M.Sc.(Aberd.), Ph.D.(Soton.)

  • BS8 1TQ

19982021

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Research interests

I am interested in the ecological and evolutionary processes have shaped spatial and temporal patterns of biological diversity, primarily in aquatic environments. I have mainly worked on two systems: European marine fishes, and African freshwater fishes .

Topics currently being pursued include:

  • Speciation and adaptive radiation of cichlid fishes
  • Historical phylogeography of African freshwater fishes
  • Influence of climate change and fishing on marine fish assemblages
  • Conservation genetics of European marine fishes

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research

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Research Output

Ancestral hybridisation facilitated species diversification in the Lake Malawi cichlid fish adaptive radiation

Svardel, H., Quah, F. X., Malinsky, M., Ngatunga, B. P., Miska, E. A., Salzburger, W., Genner, M. J., Turner, G. F. & Durbin, R., 1 Apr 2020, In : Molecular Biology and Evolution. 14 p., msz294.

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    Climate change drives poleward increases and equatorward declines in marine species

    Hastings, R. A., Rutterford, L. A., Freer, J. J., Collins, R. A., Simpson, S. D. & Genner, M. J., 26 Mar 2020, In : Current Biology. 30 , 8, p. 1572-1577.E2

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  • Environmental DNA-based xenomonitoring for determining Schistosoma presence in tropical freshwaters

    Alzaylaee, H., Collins, R. A., Shechonge, A., Ngatunga, B. P., Morgan, E. R. & Genner, M. J., 12 Feb 2020, In : Parasites and Vectors. 13, 11 p., 63 (2020).

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    Datasets

    Data from Blackwell et al. - Newly discovered tilapia cichlid fish biodiversity threatened by hybridization with non-native species

    Genner, M. J. (Contributor), Blackwell, T. (Creator), Ford, A. (Creator), Ciezarek, A. (Creator), Bradbeer, S. (Creator), Juarez, C. G. (Creator), Ngatunga, B. (Creator), Shechonge, A. (Creator), Tamatamah, R. (Creator), Etherington, G. (Creator), Haerty, W. (Creator), Palma, F. D. (Creator) & Turner, G. (Creator), University of Bristol, 11 Feb 2020

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    Activities

    Collaborative field research

    Martin J Genner (Contributor)

    20112014

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