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We are using diverse methods to quantify how well species are protected in situ and ex situ, and how we can improve on our current conservation.
We are assessing whether important seed collections and in situ preserves have sufficiently protected the genetic diversity of Fraxinus trees in the wild.
We are using DNA data to further understand the reproductive biology of an under-studied oak, Quercus havardii, which will help inform seed collection strategies and collection management.