Evolutionary impacts differ between two exploited populations of northern bottlenose whale (Hyperoodon ampullatus)

Anthony Einfeldt, Laura Feyrer, Paul Bentzen, Hal Whitehead & Ian Paterson
Interpretation of conservation status should be informed by an appreciation of genetic diversity, past demography, and overall trends in population size, which contribute to a species’ evolutionary potential and resilience to genetic risks. Low genetic diversity can be symptomatic of rapid demographic declines and impose genetic risks to populations, but can also be maintained by natural processes. The northern bottlenose whale Hyperoodon ampullatus has the lowest known mitochondrial diversity of any cetacean and was intensely...
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