A framework for incorporating evolutionary genomics into biodiversity conservation and management
Hoffmann, Ary; Griffin, Philippa; Dillon, Shannon; Catullo, Renee; Rane, Rahul; Byrne, Margaret; Jordan, Rebecca; Oakeshott, John Graham; Weeks, Andrew; Joseph, Leo; Lockhart, Peter; Borevitz, Justin; Sgrò, Carla
Evolutionary adaptation drives biodiversity. So far, however, evolutionary thinking has had limited impact on plans to counter the effects of climate change on biodiversity and associated ecosystem services. This is despite habitat fragmentation diminishing the ability of populations to mount evolutionary responses, via reductions in population size, reductions in gene flow and reductions in the heterogeneity of environments that populations occupy. Research on evolutionary adaptation to other...[Show more]
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