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A paleogenomic peek into the human history of the Americas — and all its complications

The following is a guest post from Ellen Quinlan, a PhD Candidate in Biology at Wake Forest University. Ellen’s dissertation work studies the ecology and population genomics of altitudinal range limits in Andean trees.  The Molecular Ecologist receives a small commission … Continue reading

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