Edited By: Laura F Landweber and Andrew P Dobson
189 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Technological and theoretical developments throughout the 1990's have allowed for important new insights into how populations have evolved in response to past selection pressures, while providing a broad new understanding of the genetic structure of natural populations. The authors explore these advances and argue for the applicability of new genetic methods in conservation biology.
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