Evolution, population genetics, and conservation of desert fishes

My research interests are directed primarily toward evolutionary ecology and conservation of desert fishes of southwestern North America, with an emphasis on pupfishes (genus Cyprinodon) of México. See tabs above for more information on my research projects, CV, links, and so forth.

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Evan W. Carson, 10 April 2014

Evan W. Carson
Department of Biology and Museum of Southwestern Biology
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
 
Phone: 505-277-3234
Email: evan.carson_at_gmail.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/evanwcarson 
Twitter: @e_w_carson

 

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2 Responses to Evolution, population genetics, and conservation of desert fishes

  1. katemarie says:

    Have you studied the pupfish at Ojo Delores acerca de Jimenez, Chi????

    • evanwcarson says:

      Hi, Kate Marie. Sí, estoy estudiando ellos. We have a conservation genetics project underway. You sound very interested in this pupfish!

      Cheers,
      Evan

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