The Bay Area Biosystematists present:
"The use of genetic data to delineate management units for California fishes"
John Carlos Garza
Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA
Dept. of Ocean Sciences, UC Santa Cruz
As lead of the Molecular Ecology and Genetic Analysis (MEGA) Team, Dr. Garza and his lab
use population genetic data and analytical techniques to address a broad array of questions in ecology,
evolution, behavior, conservation, and management of marine and anadromous organisms. This talk will focus on identifying management units for California fishes and their relationship to taxonomic units
For more about Dr. Garza's work, visit his website:
Tuesday, December 8th, 2009
At the California Academy of Sciences
Golden Gate Park
Dinner and social hour begin at 5:30 pm Delicious food!! Thirst quenching beers and healthy sodas!!
Evening presentation begins at 7:00 pm
RSVP REQUIRED FOR DINNER OR TALK
Please rsvp to Healy Hamilton hhamilton --- at ---- calacademy.org
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