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Human transport has unpredictable genetic and evolutionary consequences for marine species

(University of Southampton) New research, led by the University of Southampton, has found that human activities such as shipping are having a noticeable impact on marine species and their native habitats.
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Human activities, such as shipping, are having a noticeable impact on marine species and their native habitats. New research says that human forms of transport can disrupt natural genetic patterns that have been shaped over long per...

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