Inferring Geographic Isolation of Wolverines in California Using Historical DNA

@inproceedings{Schwartz2007InferringGI,
  title={Inferring Geographic Isolation of Wolverines in California Using Historical DNA},
  author={M. Schwartz and K. Aubry and K. McKelvey and K. Pilgrim and J. Copeland and John R. Squires and R. Inman and S. Wisely and L. Ruggiero},
  year={2007}
}
  • M. Schwartz, K. Aubry, +6 authors L. Ruggiero
  • Published 2007
  • Geography
  • Abstract Delineating a species' geographic range using the spatial distribution of museum specimens or even contemporary detection–non-detection data can be difficult. This is particularly true at the periphery of a species range where species' distributions are often disjunct. Wolverines (Gulo gulo) are wide-ranging mammals with discontinuous and potentially isolated populations at the periphery of their range. One potentially disjunct population occurred in the Sierra Nevada Mountains… CONTINUE READING
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