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Accelerating climate change and other cumulative stressors create an urgent need to understand the influence of environmental variation and landscape features on the connectivity and vulnerability of freshwater species. Here, we introduce a novel modeling framework for aquatic systems that integrates spatially explicit, individual-based, demographic and(More)
-The conventional methods of composing bibliographic records, developed over a long period for manual filing systems, are discussed from the point of view of what can be done in a computer system. The tendency has been to adapt the highly skilled and timeconsuming process of composing formalised bibliographic records in bibliographic language by introducing(More)
Evolutionary and ecological consequences of hybridization between native and invasive species are notoriously complicated because patterns of selection acting on non-native alleles can vary throughout the genome and across environments. Rapid advances in genomics now make it feasible to assess locus-specific and genome-wide patterns of natural selection(More)
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