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On “triangulation” in genome scans

Guest contributor K.E. Lotterhos¬†is a marine biologist at Wake Forest University, who studies evolutionary responses to fishing and climate change. You can find her on Twitter under the handle¬†@dr_k_lo. A major goal of evolutionary biology is to understand the genetic … Continue reading

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