Identification of landscape features influencing gene flow: How useful are habitat selection models?

@inproceedings{Roffler2016IdentificationOL,
  title={Identification of landscape features influencing gene flow: How useful are habitat selection models?},
  author={Gretchen H Roffler and Michael K. Schwartz and Kristy L. Pilgrim and Sandra L Talbot and George K. Sage and Layne G. Adams and Gordon Luikart},
  booktitle={Evolutionary applications},
  year={2016}
}
Understanding how dispersal patterns are influenced by landscape heterogeneity is critical for modeling species connectivity. Resource selection function (RSF) models are increasingly used in landscape genetics approaches. However, because the ecological factors that drive habitat selection may be different from those influencing dispersal and gene flow, it is important to consider explicit assumptions and spatial scales of measurement. We calculated pairwise genetic distance among 301 Dall's… CONTINUE READING
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