Optimizing the trade-off between spatial and genetic sampling efforts in patchy populations: towards a better assessment of functional connectivity using an individual-based sampling scheme.

@article{Prunier2013OptimizingTT,
  title={Optimizing the trade-off between spatial and genetic sampling efforts in patchy populations: towards a better assessment of functional connectivity using an individual-based sampling scheme.},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me G Prunier and Bernard Kaufmann and Serge Fenet and Damien Picard and François Pompanon and Pierre Joly and Jean Paul L{\'e}na},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 22},
  pages={
          5516-30
        }
}
Genetic data are increasingly used in landscape ecology for the indirect assessment of functional connectivity, that is, the permeability of landscape to movements of organisms. Among available tools, matrix correlation analyses (e.g. Mantel tests or mixed models) are commonly used to test for the relationship between pairwise genetic distances and movement costs incurred by dispersing individuals. When organisms are spatially clustered, a population-based sampling scheme (PSS) is usually… CONTINUE READING
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