Spurious correlations and inference in landscape genetics.

@article{Cushman2010SpuriousCA,
  title={Spurious correlations and inference in landscape genetics.},
  author={Samuel A. Cushman and Erin L. Landguth},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 17},
  pages={
          3592-602
        }
}
Reliable interpretation of landscape genetic analyses depends on statistical methods that have high power to identify the correct process driving gene flow while rejecting incorrect alternative hypotheses. Little is known about statistical power and inference in individual-based landscape genetics. Our objective was to evaluate the power of causal-modelling with partial Mantel tests in individual-based landscape genetic analysis. We used a spatially explicit simulation model to generate genetic… CONTINUE READING
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