Using multilevel models to identify drivers of landscape-genetic structure among management areas.

@article{Dudaniec2013UsingMM,
  title={Using multilevel models to identify drivers of landscape-genetic structure among management areas.},
  author={Rachael Y Dudaniec and Jonathan R. Rhodes and Jessica Worthington Wilmer and Mitchell Lyons and Kristen E. Lee and Clive McAlpine and Frank N. Carrick},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 14},
  pages={
          3752-65
        }
}
Landscape genetics offers a powerful approach to understanding species' dispersal patterns. However, a central obstacle is to account for ecological processes operating at multiple spatial scales, while keeping research outcomes applicable to conservation management. We address this challenge by applying a novel multilevel regression approach to model landscape drivers of genetic structure at both the resolution of individuals and at a spatial resolution relevant to management (i.e. local… CONTINUE READING
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