Integrated
Genomics
Biodiversity
&
Conservation
Geographic Coverage
Our explorations of biodiversity, species, and populations extend around the world to include many areas of the New World, Central and Southeastern Asia, and Australia. Our familiarity of fish species diversity extends to marine and freshwater ecosystems around the planet.

Some of our major research projects are identified below by geographic regions.

Molecular Data
Mitochondrial/Nuclear DNA sequences
Restriction Haplotypes
Microsatellites
SNPs
Allozyme Electrophoresis

Morphological Data
Morphometric Data
Truss Measurements
Traditional Measurements

Meristic Data
Scale counts
Fin ray and spine counts

Analyses
Phylogenetic
Maximum Parsiomony
Maximum Likelihood
Bayesian Reconstruction
Diagnostics
Thin Spline Analysis
Principle Component Analysis
Discriminant Function Analysis
AMOVA (Analysis of Molecular Variation)
Parametric and nonparametric statistical tests

Drawing by David A. Neely
Drawing by Joseph R. Tomelleri