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 The Lotterhos Lab at Northeastern Marine Science Center studies population genetics and evolution, mostly in marine systems but we also collaborate with terrestrial biologists and theoreticians.  We are interested in central problems in marine systems such as the influence of climate on dispersal, recruitment, and local adaptation - but we also study broader problems in molecular ecology such as the inference of loci under selection from genome scans.  A central goal in our research is to understand how populations will respond to environmental change.  To address these pressing issues in biological science, we use a combination of field surveys, experiments, mathematical modeling, genomics, and bioinformatics.

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  • Dr. L gets certified as a Data Carpentry Instructor To learn more about this awesome organization, visit http://software-carpentry.org/and http://www.datacarpentry.org/
    Posted May 27, 2016, 8:43 AM by Katie Lotterhos
  • Limericks for confusing terms in evolutionary biology The final assignment for the graduate students in my Evolution seminar this semester were to explain confusing terms in evolutionary biology in limerick, check out what they came up with ...
    Posted May 18, 2016, 12:57 PM by Katie Lotterhos
  • Moment of truth: turned on waters to our seatables Today we finished (or thought we finished) plumbing our seatable system! The only leak was in the outflow, where under high flow it got a little backed up - but we ...
    Posted May 18, 2016, 12:35 PM by Katie Lotterhos
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