Spatial Population Genetics: It's About Time

@article{Bradburd2019SpatialPG,
  title={Spatial Population Genetics: It's About Time},
  author={Gideon S Bradburd and Peter L. Ralph},
  journal={arXiv: Populations and Evolution},
  year={2019}
}
Many questions that we have about the history and dynamics of organisms have a geographical component: How many are there, and where do they live? How do they move and interbreed across the landscape? How were they moving a thousand years ago, and where were the ancestors of a particular individual alive today? Answers to these questions can have profound consequences for our understanding of history, ecology, and the evolutionary process. In this review, we discuss how geographic aspects of… Expand
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