Jill Hamilton

Director of the Schatz Center for Tree Molecular Genetics; Associate Professor

Jill Hamilton

Research Summary

Genomic basis of climate adaptation, conservation, and restoration genetics.

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Publication Tags

Climate Picea Climate Change Genomics Genetic Variation Picea Glauca Hybrid Zone Introgression Seeds Forest Management Temperature Forest Conservation Pine Growth And Development Phenology Photoperiod Conservation Genetics Genes Genome Seed Reproductive Isolation Germplasm Conservation Gene Expression Provenance Gene Flow

Most Recent Papers

Testing for evolutionary change in restoration

Joseph E. Braasch, Lionel N. Di Santo, Zachary J. Tarble, Jarrad R. Prasifka, Jill A. Hamilton, 2021, Evolutionary Applications on p. 2206-2220

Using environmental and geographic data to optimize ex situ collections and preserve evolutionary potential

Lionel N. Di Santo, Jill A. Hamilton, 2021, Conservation Biology on p. 733-744

Evolutionary approaches to seed sourcing for grassland restorations

Jill Hamilton, Shelby Flint, Jessica Lindstrom, Kate Volk, Ruth Shaw, Marissa Ahlering, 2020, New Phytologist on p. 2246-2248

The importance of quantitative trait differentiation in restoration

Zebadiah G. Yoko, Kate L. Volk, Ned A. Dochtermann, Jill A. Hamilton, 2020, AoB PLANTS

Evidence for population differentiation among Jeffrey and Ponderosa pines in survival, growth and phenology

Alejandra Martínez-Berdeja, Jill A. Hamilton, Aurore Bontemps, Johanna Schmitt, Jessica W. Wright, 2019, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 40-48

From transects to transcripts

Jill A. Hamilton, Joshua M. Miller, 2018, Molecular Ecology on p. 1339-1341

Genetic conservation and management of the California endemic, Torrey pine (Pinus torreyana Parry)

Jill A. Hamilton, Raphaël Royauté, Jessica W. Wright, Paul Hodgskiss, F. Thomas Ledig, 2017, Ecology and Evolution on p. 7370-7381

Mixing it up

Jasmine K. Janes, Jill A. Hamilton, 2017, Forests

Evolutionary Restoration Ecology

Craig A. Stockwell, Michael T. Kinnison, Andrew P. Hendry, Jill A. Hamilton, 2017, on p. 427-454

The joint influence of photoperiod and temperature during growth cessation and development of dormancy in white spruce (Picea glauca)

Jill A. Hamilton, Walid El Kayal, Ashley T. Hart, Daniel E. Runcie, Adriana Arango-Velez, Janice E.K. Cooke, 2016, Tree Physiology on p. 1432-1448

Most-Cited Papers

Adaptive introgression as a resource for management and genetic conservation in a changing climate

Jill A. Hamilton, Joshua M. Miller, 2016, Conservation Biology on p. 33-41

Genomic and phenotypic architecture of a spruce hybrid zone (Picea sitchensis × P. glauca)

Jill A. Hamilton, Christian Lexer, Sally N. Aitken, 2013, Molecular Ecology on p. 827-841

The role of climate adaptation in colonization success in Arabidopsis thaliana

Jill A. Hamilton, Miki Okada, Tonia Korves, Johanna Schmitt, 2015, Molecular Ecology on p. 2253-2263

Differential introgression reveals candidate genes for selection across a spruce (Picea sitchensis × P. glauca) hybrid zone

Jill A. Hamilton, Christian Lexer, Sally N. Aitken, 2013, New Phytologist on p. 927-938

The joint influence of photoperiod and temperature during growth cessation and development of dormancy in white spruce (Picea glauca)

Jill A. Hamilton, Walid El Kayal, Ashley T. Hart, Daniel E. Runcie, Adriana Arango-Velez, Janice E.K. Cooke, 2016, Tree Physiology on p. 1432-1448

Mixing it up

Jasmine K. Janes, Jill A. Hamilton, 2017, Forests

Genetic and morphological structure of a spruce hybrid (Picea sitchensis × P. glauca) zone along a climatic gradient

Jill A. Hamilton, Sally N. Aitken, 2013, American Journal of Botany on p. 1651-1662

Fine-scale environmental variation contributes to introgression in a three-species spruce hybrid complex

Jill A. Hamilton, Amanda R. De la Torre, Sally N. Aitken, 2015, Tree Genetics and Genomes

Genetic conservation and management of the California endemic, Torrey pine (Pinus torreyana Parry)

Jill A. Hamilton, Raphaël Royauté, Jessica W. Wright, Paul Hodgskiss, F. Thomas Ledig, 2017, Ecology and Evolution on p. 7370-7381

Evidence for population differentiation among Jeffrey and Ponderosa pines in survival, growth and phenology

Alejandra Martínez-Berdeja, Jill A. Hamilton, Aurore Bontemps, Johanna Schmitt, Jessica W. Wright, 2019, Forest Ecology and Management on p. 40-48