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Division of Environmental Biology

Population and Evolutionary Processes Cluster

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The Population and Evolutionary Processes Cluster focuses on population properties that lead to variation within and among populations. Approaches include empirical and theoretical studies of microevolution, organismal adaptation, geographical differentiation, natural hybridization and speciation, as well as processes that lead to macroevolutionary patterns of trait evolution.

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