Environmental correlates of population differentiation in Atlantic herring.

  title={Environmental correlates of population differentiation in Atlantic herring.},
  author={Dorte Bekkevold and Carl Andr{\'e} and Thomas G. Dahlgren and Lotte Wors\oe Clausen and Else Torstensen and Henrik Mosegaard and Gary R. Carvalho and Tina B Christensen and Erika Norlinder and Daniel E. Ruzzante},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  volume={59 12},
The marine environment is characterized by few physical barriers, and pelagic fishes commonly show high migratory potential and low, albeit in some cases statistically significant, levels of genetic divergence in neutral genetic marker analyses. However, it is not clear whether low levels of differentiation reflect spatially separated populations experiencing gene flow or shallow population histories coupled with limited random genetic drift in large, demographically isolated populations… CONTINUE READING
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