Rochers-de-Naye: multiscale adaptive landscape genetics

Set up of 111 temperature and humidity sensors


Set up of sensors

Kevin Leempoel and colleagues Daniela Biosa, Ivo Widmer, Benjamin Dauphin and Timothée Produit in the field at les Rochers-de-Naye for the set up of 111 temperature and humidity sensors. The data provided are likely to support investigations related to the understanding of local adaptation processes in the Buckler Mustard (VELUX project with Christian Parisod and Céline Geiser, Lab of Evolutionary Botany, University of Neuchâtel).