This project aims to develop a suite of genomic tools to efficiently reveal critical information on species distributions and population processes to improve conservation outcomes for threatened species. It expects to enhance conservation management by developing and testing new genomic approaches that can rapidly provide key information needed to underpin conservation actions - information that is otherwise unavailable - using an amphibian case study. Expected outcomes include a framework to integrate genomic tools into conservation management that can be applied to all threatened species. This should benefit conservation efforts by improving the quality and increasing the availability of information needed to secure these species.
|Effective start/end date
|26/06/23 → 25/12/23
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