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Fernandez et al. 2016. A genomewide catalogue of single nucleotide polymorphisms in white-beaked and Atlantic white-sided dolphins. Molecular Ecology Resources, 16(1): 266-276. [Online]

Botta F, Eriksen C, Fontaine MC, Guillot G. 2015. Enhanced computational methods for quantifying the effect of geographic and environmental isolation on genetic differentiation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6(11): 1270-1277. [Online]

​Bao L et al. 2014. Computational and statistical analyses of insertional polymorphic endogenous retroviruses in a non-model organism. Computation, 2(4): 221-245. [Online]​​

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