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Biodiversity and conservation genetics research in Central Africa: new approaches and avenues for international collaboration

Citation
Anthony NM, Mickala P, Abernethy K, Atteke C, Bissiengou P, Bruford MW, Dallmeier F, Decaens T, Dudu A, Freedman A, Gonder MK, Hardy OJ, Hart J, Jeffery KJ & Johnson M (2012) Biodiversity and conservation genetics research in Central Africa: new approaches and avenues for international collaboration. Conservation Genetics Resources, 4 (2), pp. 523-525. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12686-011-9554-9

Abstract
A five-day international workshop was recently convened at the Université des Sciences et Techniques de Masuku in Gabon to enhance international collaboration among Central African, US and European scientists, conservation professionals and policy makers. The overall aims of the workshop were to: (1) discuss emerging priorities in biodiversity and conservation genetics research across Central Africa, and (2) create new networking opportunities among workshop participants. Here we provide a brief overview of the meeting, outline the major recommendations that emerged from it, and provide information on new networking opportunities through the meeting web site.

Keywords
Africa; Conservation genetics; Biodiversity

Notes
Additional co-authors: Flore Koumba Pambo, Alexandra Ley, Lisa Korte, Sally A. Lahm, Michelle Lee, Jake H. Lowenstein, Jean-François Mboumba, Dyana Ndiade Bourobou, Alfred Ngomanda, Stephan Ntie, David Sebag, John Sullivan, Hadrien Vanthomme, Virginie Vergnes, Erik Verheyen, Breda Zimkus

Journal
Conservation Genetics Resources: Volume 4, Issue 2

StatusPublished
Author(s)Anthony, Nicola M; Mickala, Patrick; Abernethy, Katharine; Atteke, Christine; Bissiengou, Pulcherie; Bruford, Michael W; Dallmeier, Francisco; Decaens, Thibaud; Dudu, Akaibe; Freedman, Adam; Gonder, Mary Katherine; Hardy, Olivier J; Hart, John; Jeffery, Kathryn Jane; Johnson, Mireille
Publication date30/06/2012
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/19479
PublisherSpringer
ISSN1877-7252
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