Description: Manuscript from Frontiers in Marine Science that provides rationale that the seagrass species previously thought to be the unique taxon Halophila johnsonii is actually a clone of the broadly distributed Indo-Pacific species H. ovalis. Research published in this paper was funded by NMFS-SERO and results will likely lead to a change in the Endangered Species Act listing status of H. johnsonii.
ID: ID426 Info. Type: ISI
Estimated Dissemination Date of Peer Review Report: 10/1/2021 (peer review started 9/1/2021)
Estimated Dissemination Date Final Work Product: 10/29/2021
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Review Type: Individual letters
Expected Number of Peer Reviewers: 4-10
Peer Reviewers will be selected by: The agency
Will the public, including scientific or professional societies, be asked to nominate potential peer reviewers? No.
Will there be opportunities for the public to comment on the work product to be peer reviewed? No.
Will the agency provide significant and relevant public comments to the peer reviewers before they conduct their review? No
Primary disciplines or expertise needed in the review: Queen conch biology, population dynamics, ecology, threats and other relevant discipline (e.g., analytical and connectivity modeling techniques) as well as ESA policy. Public comments are addressed in the draft provided to peer reviewers, but specific comments will not be provided.
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