How and why should we implement genomics into conservation?

@inproceedings{McMahon2014HowAW,
  title={How and why should we implement genomics into conservation?},
  author={Barry J McMahon and Emma C. Teeling and Jacob H{\"o}glund},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2014}
}
Conservation genetics has provided important information into the dynamics of endangered populations. The rapid development of genomic methods has posed an important question, namely where do genetics and genomics sit in relation to their application in the conservation of species? Although genetics can answer a number of relevant questions related to conservation, the argument for the application of genomics is not yet fully exploited. Here, we explore the transition and rationale for the move… CONTINUE READING
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