A. Rus Hoelzel spends much of his time researching Ecology, Population genetics, Whale, Genetic variation and Genetic diversity. His study connects Parapatric speciation and Ecology. His research in Population genetics intersects with topics in Evolutionary biology, Allopatric speciation, mtDNA control region, Nucleotide diversity and Bottlenose dolphin.
His Whale study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Genetic structure, Foraging, Cetacea and Sympatry. His research integrates issues of Microsatellite and Phylogeography in his study of Genetic variation. His Genetic diversity study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Temperate climate, Basking shark, Haplotype and Polymerase chain reaction.
A. Rus Hoelzel mostly deals with Ecology, Evolutionary biology, Population genetics, Zoology and Genetic diversity. The various areas that he examines in his Ecology study include Population bottleneck and Genetic structure. A. Rus Hoelzel has researched Population genetics in several fields, including mtDNA control region, Philopatry, Mitochondrial DNA and Gene flow, Genetic variation.
His research in Zoology intersects with topics in Genetics, Microsatellite, Biological dispersal and Loss of heterozygosity. A. Rus Hoelzel works mostly in the field of Genetic diversity, limiting it down to concerns involving Biodiversity and, occasionally, Genetic erosion and Conservation genetics. His Foraging study combines topics in areas such as Whale and Predation.
Evolutionary biology, Conservation genetics, Archaeology, Locus and Marine mammal are his primary areas of study. His Evolutionary biology research incorporates elements of Ecotype, Phylogenetics, Genetic drift, Adaptation and Phylogenomics. His work on Lineage is typically connected to Stenella attenuata as part of general Phylogenetics study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His study in Conservation genetics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Adaptive potential, Ecology and Functional diversity. His work on Zooarchaeology and Empire as part of general Archaeology research is often related to Foot, Knuckle and Emancipation, thus linking different fields of science. His Marine mammal study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
A. Rus Hoelzel focuses on Evolutionary biology, Holocene, Paleoecology, Oceanography and Concordance. His Evolutionary biology research incorporates themes from Intraspecific competition, Population fragmentation, Genetic drift and Roe deer, Capreolus. A. Rus Hoelzel interconnects Ecology, Marine mammal, Biogeography and Genetic diversity in the investigation of issues within Concordance.
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Whale-call response to masking boat noise
GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN PARAPATRIC 'NEARSHORE' AND 'OFFSHORE' POPULATIONS OF THE BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (1998)
Habitat structure and the dispersal of male and female bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus).
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2005)
Population Structure and Speciation in the Genus Tursiops Based on Microsatellite and Mitochondrial DNA Analyses
Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2003)
Killer whale predation on marine mammals at Punta Norte, Argentina; food sharing, provisioning and foraging strategy
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (1991)
Genetic differentiation between sympatric Killer whale populations
A Rus Hoelzel;Gabriel A Dover.
Pig Domestication and Human-Mediated Dispersal in Western Eurasia Revealed through Ancient DNA and Geometric Morphometrics
Claudio Ottoni;Linus Girdland Flink;Linus Girdland Flink;Allowen Evin;Allowen Evin;Christina Geörg;Christina Geörg.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2013)
Evolution of Population Structure in a Highly Social Top Predator, the Killer Whale
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2007)
Low worldwide genetic diversity in the killer whale (Orcinus orca): implications for demographic history
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2002)
Marine mammal biology : an evolutionary approach
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