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Evolutionary processes driving spatial patterns of intraspecific genetic diversity in river ecosystems
Describing, understanding and predicting the spatial distribution of genetic diversity is a central issue in biological sciences. In river landscapes, it is generally predicted that neutral geneticExpand
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The demographic history of populations experiencing asymmetric gene flow: combining simulated and empirical data
Population structure can significantly affect genetic‐based demographic inferences, generating spurious bottleneck‐like signals. Previous studies have typically assumed island or stepping‐stoneExpand
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Dendritic connectivity shapes spatial patterns of genetic diversity: a simulation‐based study
Landscape features notoriously affect spatial patterns of biodiversity. For instance, in dendritic ecological networks (such as river basins), dendritic connectivity has been proposed to createExpand
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Lessons from the fish: a multi-species analysis reveals common processes underlying similar species-genetic diversity correlations
Summary Species-genetic diversity correlations (SGDCs) have been investigated over a large spectra of organisms, which has greatly improved our understanding of parallel processes potentiallyExpand
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Combining genetic and demographic data for prioritizing conservation actions: insights from a threatened fish species
Abstract Prioritizing and making efficient conservation plans for threatened populations requires information at both evolutionary and ecological timescales. Nevertheless, few studies integrateExpand
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A river runs through it: The causes, consequences, and management of intraspecific diversity in river networks
Rivers are fascinating ecosystems in which the eco‐evolutionary dynamics of organisms are constrained by particular features, and biologists have developed a wealth of knowledge about freshwaterExpand
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Elucidating the spatio‐temporal dynamics of an emerging wildlife pathogen using approximate Bayesian computation
Emerging pathogens constitute a severe threat for human health and biodiversity. Determining the status (native or non‐native) of emerging pathogens, and tracing back their spatio‐temporal dynamics,Expand
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Integrating molecular tools into freshwater ecology: developments and opportunities
SUMMARY 1. Molecular genetic techniques have been used in freshwater biology for more than 30 years. Early work focussed on studies of population structure, systematics and taxonomy. More recently,Expand
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Genetic diversity targets and indicators in the CBD post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework must be improved
Abstract The 196 parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will soon agree to a post-2020 global framework for conserving the three elements of biodiversity (genetic, species, andExpand
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Systematic conservation planning for intraspecific genetic diversity
Intraspecific diversity informs the demographic and evolutionary histories of populations, and should be a main conservation target. Although approaches exist for identifying relevant biologicalExpand
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