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24 May 2023


"How I ended up in a newspaper for destroying museum samples. The story of a tree necromancer"

Genetic diversity is a key to ensure biodiversity, sustainability and resilience of populations. To adapt for climate change, we need to evaluate how current forest management affects genetic diversity. How would you compare modern forest populations with forests that disappeared at least two centuries ago? The answer might be closer than you think

Francisco Gil Muñoz

Umeå University

postdoctoral fellow

Agronomist Engineer, did the PhD on Plant Biotechnology at the Polytechnical University of Valencia. 10 years of experience with tree physiology and breeding. Apparently expert in persimmon rootstocks. Nowadays working in population genetics and breeding of Scots pine at UPSC.

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