What We’re Reading- March 2, 2018

Rock Art Natural History Many ecologists are interested in the distribution of species and how community composition changes over time.  In the present, we can go into the field and survey for species presence and absence.  However, to infer species distributions in the past we either have to have fossils or zooarcheological evidence, or less…

What We’re Reading- Jan 12, 2018

One shark, one global population? We recently highlighted the lack of population genetic studies within marine environments, and noted that the existing ones show exciting results about both barriers and corridors for dispersal.  A new paper (open) investigated the global population structure of the blue shark (Prionace glauca).  This species has a serious global oceanic…