Ocean currents and the population genetic signature of fish migrations

A new analysis from the Molecular Fisheries Laboratory has been published. It compares simulated and empirical genetic data to refute the idea of a single, long-distance migration event for a commerically-important species in Queensland (Mugil cephalus) and demonstrates the feasibility of spatially-realistic ecological-genetic scenario testing.

By : Jenny Ovenden /February 03, 2020 /Latest News /Comments Off on Ocean currents and the population genetic signature of fish migrations

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