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Presentation: Elizabeth Stacy
Elizabeth Stacy (Life Sciences) was an invited speaker at the American Genetics Association’s Annual President’s Symposium in Kamuela, Hawaii, in July. The theme of this year's symposium was "Origins of Adaptive Radiation." She spoke on evolution in a sea of trees: adaptive radiation where populations are continuous, gene flow is high, and intrinsic barriers are slow to arise.
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