Michael E. Douglas integrates Ecology with Biodiversity in his study. Michael E. Douglas performs integrative study on Biodiversity and Ecology in his works. Michael E. Douglas integrates several fields in his works, including Gene and Computational biology. Michael E. Douglas conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Computational biology and Gene. His research combines Sucker and Zoology. Michael E. Douglas combines topics linked to Pluvial with his work on Paleontology. Michael E. Douglas combines topics linked to Paleontology with his work on Pluvial. His studies link Canyon with Cartography. He integrates many fields, such as Canyon and Tributary, in his works.
Michael E. Douglas undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Ecology and Biodiversity in his work. His Sucker research extends to the thematically linked field of Zoology. Sucker is frequently linked to Zoology in his study. His Gene study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Phylogeography. Michael E. Douglas performs multidisciplinary study in Evolutionary biology and Genetics in his work. Michael E. Douglas merges many fields, such as Genetics and Evolutionary biology, in his writings. His work on Demography is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Introgression. His Population research extends to the thematically linked field of Introgression. His study brings together the fields of Demography and Population.
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Ecological and evolutionary consequences of biotic homogenization.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2004)
Does morphology predict ecology? Hypothesis testing within a freshwater stream fish assemblage
Quantitative Matrix Comparisons in Ecological and Evolutionary Investigations
Journal of Theoretical Biology (1982)
Statistical comparison of proximity matrices: applications in animal behaviour
Animal Behaviour (1985)
Origin of Gila seminuda (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) through introgressive hybridization: implications for evolution and conservation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1992)
Biology of the vipers.
Conservation genetics of endangered fish populations in Arizona.
Indigenous fishes of western North America and the hypothesis of competitive displacement: Meda fulgida (Cyprinidae) as a case study
Evolution of rattlesnakes (Viperidae; Crotalus) in the warm deserts of western North America shaped by Neogene vicariance and Quaternary climate change
Molecular Ecology (2006)
Predation by Introduced Fishes on Endangered Humpback Chub and other Native Species in the Little Colorado River, Arizona
Transactions of The American Fisheries Society (1997)
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