D. Bingham

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Introgressive hybridization between native and introduced species is a growing conservation concern. For native cutthroat trout and introduced rainbow trout in western North America, this process is thought to lead to the formation of hybrid swarms and the loss of monophyletic evolutionary lineages. Previous studies of this phenomenon, however, indicated(More)
—Many databases store data in relational format, with different types of entities and information about their attributes and links between the entities. Link-based classification (LBC) is the problem of predicting the class attribute of a target entity given the attributes of entities linked to it. In this paper we propose a new relational Bayes net(More)
We analyzed 11 microsatellite loci to determine the genetic population structure of saugers and to describe the amount and pattern of hybridization with widely introduced walleyes in the upper Missouri River drainage. We detected significant genetic differentiation among saugers spawning upstream and downstream of the confluence of the Bighorn and(More)
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