Habitat suitability modelling to correlate gene flow with landscape connectivity

@article{Wang2008HabitatSM,
  title={Habitat suitability modelling to correlate gene flow with landscape connectivity},
  author={Yu-Huang Wang and K. Yang and Cara Lin Bridgman and Liang-kong Lin},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={989-1000}
}
Landscape connectivity is important in designing corridor and reserve networks. Combining genetic distances among individuals with least-cost path (LCP) modelling helps to correlate indirect measures of gene flow with landscape connectivity. Applicability of LCP modelling, however, is reduced if knowledge on dispersal pathways or routes is lacking. Therefore, we integrated habitat suitability modelling into LCP analysis to avoid the subjectivity common in LCP analyses lacking knowledge on… CONTINUE READING
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