Inferring landscape effects on gene flow: a new model selection framework.

@article{Shirk2010InferringLE,
  title={Inferring landscape effects on gene flow: a new model selection framework.},
  author={Andrew J Shirk and David O. Wallin and Samuel A. Cushman and Clifford G. Rice and Kenneth Ira Warheit},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 17},
  pages={
          3603-19
        }
}
Populations in fragmented landscapes experience reduced gene flow, lose genetic diversity over time and ultimately face greater extinction risk. Improving connectivity in fragmented landscapes is now a major focus of conservation biology. Designing effective wildlife corridors for this purpose, however, requires an accurate understanding of how landscapes shape gene flow. The preponderance of landscape resistance models generated to date, however, is subjectively parameterized based on expert… CONTINUE READING

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