We use information from genomics and environmental sciences to address pure and applied research questions in conservation management, ecology and evolution.
Our emphasis is on aquatic animals (particularly fishes, marine mammals and invertebrates) – but we also enjoy working with terrestrial organisms! We do fieldwork in Australia and in several other regions including Amazonia, Patagonia, Gulf of California, southern Africa, Pampas, Cerrado, Galapagos, Indo-Pacific and Antarctica.

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A TREE review in aquatic landscape genomics

Our TREE review paper on aquatic landscape genomics is now published! In this collaborative work with US and Canadian scientists we provide researchers with a roadmap to plan aquatic landscape genomics projects by aggregating spatial and software resources and offering recommendations from sampling to data production and analyses, while cautioning against analytical pitfalls. Grummer JA, Beheregaray LB, Bernatchez L, Hand B, Luikart G, Narum SR, Taylor EB (2019) Aquatic landscape genomics and environmental effects on genetic variation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2019.02.013 The