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Local adaptation in marine species: the balance of selection and dispersal and implications for the impact of global climate change

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Stephen Palumbi, Harold A. Miller Professor of Marine Sciences and Director, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, CA

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Mar 13, 2009
from 03:30 PM to 05:00 PM

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5th Floor Lounge, Biology Department, Life Sciences Centre, Dalhousie University

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The Centre for Marine Biodiversity and the Census of Marine Life FMAP and HMAP Programs at Dalhousie University are hosting a visit to Halifax next week by Stephen Palumbi, Harold A. Miller Professor of Marine Sciences and Director, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, CA. The Palumbi Lab includes students and post-doctoral fellows actively engaged in study of the genetics, evolution, population biology and systematics of a diverse array of marine and terrestrial organisms, as well as conservation biology research (http://palumbi.stanford.edu).

During his visit Stephen will be delivering two seminars, one at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, the other at Dalhousie University.

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