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PhD. Nicolás Segovia


  • Degree in Marine Sciences, Catholic University of the North. Coquimbo, Chile, 2008.
  • Marine Biology, Catholic University of the North. Coquimbo, Chile, 2009.
  • PhD of Sciences Mention in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Chile. Santiago, Chile, 2018.
  • Catholic University of the North
  • Coastal social-ecological Millennium Institute (SECOS)
  • Evolutionary Ecology
  • Phylogeography
  • Molecular phylogeny
  • Population genetics
  • Genomics of the seascape
  • González‐Wevar, C. A., Segovia, N. I., Rosenfeld, S., Maturana, C. S., Jeldres, V., Pinochet, R., … & Poulin, E. (2022). Seven snail species hidden in one: Biogeographic diversity in an apparently widespread periwinkle in the Southern Ocean. Journal of Biogeography, 49(8), 1521-1534.
  • Astorga, M. P., Valenzuela, A., Segovia, N. I., Poulin, E., Vargas-Chacoff, L., & González-Wevar, C. A. (2022). Contrasting Patterns of Genetic Diversity and Divergence Between Landlocked and Migratory Populations of Fish Galaxias maculatus, Evaluated Through Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing and Nuclear DNA Microsatellites. Frontiers in genetics, 13, 854362.
  • Segovia, N. I., González-Wevar, C. A., Naretto, J., Rosenfeld, S., Brickle, P., Hüne, M., … & Poulin, E. (2022). The right tool for the right question: contrasting biogeographic patterns in the notothenioid fish Harpagifer spp. along the Magellan Province. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 289(1972), 20212738.

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