Palsbøll lab - Marine Evolution and Conservation


Research of the Marine Evolution and Conservation group focuses on those processes that structure natural populations. The partitioning of individuals and consequently the genetic variation within and among populations is fundamental to key evolutionary and ecological processes, such as adaptation, behavior and speciation.

The structuring of individuals and thereby the intra-specific genetic variation is also central to many applied and conservation issues, such as the effects of exploitation and anthropogenic activities like fragmentation and climate change.

Our specific area of expertise, the application of population genetic and genomic methods to basic and applied questions in conservation, ecology and evolution, has become one of the more popular research "tools" in evolution, ecology and conservation.


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