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Our experts provide insight from a variety of perspectives, from analyzing ancient DNA biomarkers that indicate environmental activity during historical extinctions, to assessing the human impact on a variety of species through time, to adaptive genetic reactions to environmental change.
Learning from History
- Extinction Vulnerability and Selectivity: Combining Ecological and Paleontological Views
- Pleistocene Overkill and North American Mammalian Extinctions
- Biomarker Records Associated wtih Mass Extinction Events
- Using Ancient DNA to Understand Evolutionary and Ecological Processes
Biodiversity Threats and Conservation Efforts
- Evolution and Extinction of Land Snails on Oceanic Islands
- Avian Extinctions from Tropical and Subtropical Forests
- Threats Posed to Rare or Endangered Insects by Invasions of Nonnative Species
Can Human Impact on Biodiversity Be Reversed?
- The Performance of the Endangered Species Act
- Preindustrial Human Impacts on Global and Regional Environment
- Late Quaternary Extinctions: State of the Debate
- Anthropogenic Extinction Dominates Holocene Declines of West Indian Mammals
- Global State of Biodiversity and Loss
Climate Change and Adaptation
- Genetics of Climate Change Adaptation
- Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Recent Climate Change
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