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Using evolutionary and functional diversity to plan ecological restoration projects can help us build restorations that establish more quickly, last longer, and require less maintenance.
Oak conservation depends on our understanding of what species there are and how they will evolve in response to climate change. Understanding evolutionary history and gene flow is thus key to understanding oak diversity.