Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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EEB is delighted to bring two new tenure-track assistant professors on board: Alison Davis Rabosky and Melissa Duhaime. Davis Rabosky joined the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in September 2016, Duhaime in January 2017.
“I’ve always thought that public engagement was important, but the current climate makes this work feel absolutely critical.” ~Meghan Duffy
Genomic tools for species discovery inflate estimates of species numbers, U-Michigan biologists contend
Increasingly popular techniques that infer species boundaries in animals and plants solely by analyzing genetic differences are flawed and can lead to inflated diversity estimates, according to a new study from two University of Michigan evolutionary biologists.
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