Review PaperRewilding and conservation genomics: How developments in (re)colonization ecology and genomics can offer mutual benefits for understanding contemporary evolution
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Highlights•Conservation genomics and rewilding offer mutually enhanced benefits for research.•Rewilding facilitates increasingly experimental approaches to research design.•(Re)colonization promotes genomic study of rapid adaptation to environmental change.

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