Comparative phylogeography of the PNW rainforests proposal funded!

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This new funding is a collaborative project with Jack Sullivan and Bryan Carstens that is focused on the development of a predictive framework for the discovery of cryptic biodiversity that can be applied to entire ecosystems and uses the disjunct rainforests of the Pacific Northwest as a model system for extending comparative phylogeography.

Collaborative Research: A Comparative Phylogeographic Approach to Predicting Cryptic Diversity - The Inland Temperate Rainforest as a Model System