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I am most grateful for financial support from the ESF Science Networking Programme ConGen that enabled me to speak at the Trondheim meeting, as well as those at Santiago de Compostela and Potsdam.
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Frankham, R. Where are we in conservation genetics and where do we need to go?. Conserv Genet 11, 661–663 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10592-009-0010-2
- Threatened Species
- Conservation Biology
- Inbreeding Depression
- Extinction Risk
- Conservation Genetic