Bringing molecular tools into environmental resource management: untangling the molecules to policy pathway.

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2009-03

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10.1371/journal.pbio.1000069

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Schultz, TF (2009). Bringing molecular tools into environmental resource management: untangling the molecules to policy pathway. PLoS biology, 7(3). p. e69. 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000069 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17620.

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Thomas F. Schultz

Associate Professor of the Practice of Marine Molecular Conservation

I am broadly interested in how organisms adapt the their environment at a molecular level.  My research is largely focused on  conservation genetics in wild populations of marine organisms and my lab employs a combination of molecular, genetic, and genomic tools.  My lab is currently working on conservation genetics and hybridization in river herring, populations of juvenile summer flounder using the Pamlico Sound as a nursery, environmental selection of blue crabs in Lake Mattamuskeet, identifying genes involved in barnacle adhesion, and use of environmental DNA to detect anadromous fish and species composition in the ichthyoplankton.


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