Native Seychelles tortoises or Aldabran imports? The importance of radiocarbon dating for ancient DNA studies
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Publication InfoKaranth, KP; Palkovacs, E; Gerlach, J; Glaberman, S; Hume, JP; Caccone, A; & Yoder, AD (2005). Native Seychelles tortoises or Aldabran imports? The importance of radiocarbon dating for ancient DNA studies. Amphibia Reptilia, 26(1). pp. 116-121. 10.1163/1568538053693279. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/6527.
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Braxton Craven Distinguished Professor of Evolutionary Biology
My work integrates field inventory activities with molecular phylogenetic techniques and geospatial analysis to investigate Madagascar, an area of the world that is biologically complex, poorly understood, and urgently threatened. Madagascar has been designated as one of the most critical geographic priorities for conservation action, retaining less than 10% of the natural habitats that existed before human colonization. It is critical that information be obtained as quickly as possible to docum