About Brice Adams
Brice's research focuses on population genetics, species identification, and conservation genetics of a variety of taxa. His projects have collaborated with a number of partners including private, tribal, state and other federal agencies.
M.S. 2011. Biology. University of Louisiana, Lafayette, LA.
B.S. 1999. Wildlife Biology (Minor: Political Science). University of Montana, Missoula, MT.
DeHaan, P., B. Adams, R. Tabor, D. Hawkins, B. Thompson. 2014. Historical and contemporary forces shape genetic variation in the Olympic mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi), an endemic fish from Washington State, USA. Conservation Genetics 15(6): 1417-1431.
Adams, B., P. DeHaan, R. Tabor, B. Thompson, D. Hawkins. 2013. Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for Olympic mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi). Conservation Genetics Resources 5(2): 573-575.
DeHaan, P.W., S.J. Brenkman, B. Adams, and P. Crain. 2011. Genetic Population Structure of Olympic Peninsula Bull Trout Population and Implications for Elwha Dam Removal. Northwest Science 85(3): 463-475.
Leberg, P.L., M.C. Green, M.C. Luent, B.A. Adams, and K.M. Purcell. 2007. Response of waterbird colonies to hurricanes: Loss of individual rookeries has little effect on regional breeding populations. Animal Conservation 10:502-508.