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Luciano Beheregaray

Professor of Biodiversity Genomics, Flinders University

I am a scientist fascinated about natural history. My main interests are in evolution, conservation and management of aquatic biodiversity. Our group's research typically uses approaches that integrate genomic data from wild populations with environmental datasets. My work illustrates how natural history and genomics can be integrated to better understand the way organisms interact with their environment, as well as to stimulate public and government interest about the importance of managing and conserving biodiversity. I often use fish populations as indicators of environmental flow and water quality, adaptive resilience, management practices and ecosystem health.


  • 2003–2015
    Professor, Flinders University