Giacomo Bernardi is Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at University of California Santa Cruz. He earned his B.A., M.S., Ph.D., at the University of Paris and did post-doctoral work from 1991 to 1994 Hopkins Marine Station at Stanford University.
His research includes Working on phylogeography, speciation and molecular ecology of fishes, and particularly in fishes lacking a pelagic larval phase, Sea of Cortez and Pacific disjunct species, and in surfperches (Embiotocidae). His research compares phylogeographic and gene expression patterns to test for local adaptation in a high gene flow species. He is also interested in populations structure of coastal and island groupers. He also investigates adult population structure and the structure of a new year-class within Sebastes mystinus (blue rockfish) and Sebastes atrovirens (kelp rockfish) over multiple temporal and spatial scales. He studiesa at the Richard Gump South Pacific Research Station.
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