Genomic islands of divergence and their consequences for the resolution of spatial structure in an exploited marine fish

@inproceedings{Bradbury2013GenomicIO,
  title={Genomic islands of divergence and their consequences for the resolution of spatial structure in an exploited marine fish},
  author={Ian R Bradbury and Sophie Hubert and Brent Higgins and Sharen Bowman and Tudor Borza and Ian G. Paterson and Paul V R Snelgrove and Corey J Morris and Robert S. Gregory and David C. Hardie and Jeffrey A Hutchings and Daniel E. Ruzzante and Christopher T. Taggart and Paul Bentzen},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2013}
}
As populations diverge, genomic regions associated with adaptation display elevated differentiation. These genomic islands of adaptive divergence can inform conservation efforts in exploited species, by refining the delineation of management units, and providing genomic tools for more precise and effective population monitoring and the successful assignment of individuals and products. We explored heterogeneity in genomic divergence and its impact on the resolution of spatial population… CONTINUE READING
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