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  • Research results by a team of biological scientists, including Dr. Craig Stockwell, North Dakota State University, Fargo, raise the question of whether current biological conservation practices should include the possibility of contemporary evolution, to increase the chances of species survival from extinction. The research team includes Dr. Michael Collyer, Western Kentucky University and Dr. Jeffrey Heilveil, SUNY College, Oneonta, N.Y.
    Research results by a team of biological scientists, including Dr. Craig Stockwell, North Dakota State University, Fargo, raise the question of whether current biological conservation practices should include the possibility of contemporary evolution, to increase the chances of species survival from extinction. The research team includes Dr. Michael Collyer, Western Kentucky University and Dr. Jeffrey Heilveil, SUNY College, Oneonta, N.Y.
  • Study results published in PLoS One report a case of contemporary evolution for a recently introduced population of White Sands pupfish in southern New Mexico. Study authors include Dr. Craig Stockwell, North Dakota State University; lead author Dr. Michael Collyer of Western Kentucky University; and Dr. Jeffrey Heilveil, SUNY College, Oneonta, N.Y.
    Study results published in PLoS One report a case of contemporary evolution for a recently introduced population of White Sands pupfish in southern New Mexico. Study authors include Dr. Craig Stockwell, North Dakota State University; lead author Dr. Michael Collyer of Western Kentucky University; and Dr. Jeffrey Heilveil, SUNY College, Oneonta, N.Y.
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