Why replication is important in landscape genetics: American black bear in the Rocky Mountains.

@article{Bull2011WhyRI,
  title={Why replication is important in landscape genetics: American black bear in the Rocky Mountains.},
  author={Rebecca A. Bull and Samuel A. Cushman and Ruth Mace and Tanya Chilton and Katherine C Kendall and Erin L. Landguth and Michael K. Schwartz and Katherine K. McKelvey and Fred W Allendorf and Gordon Luikart},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={
          1092-107
        }
}
We investigated how landscape features influence gene flow of black bears by testing the relative support for 36 alternative landscape resistance hypotheses, including isolation by distance (IBD) in each of 12 study areas in the north central U.S. Rocky Mountains. The study areas all contained the same basic elements, but differed in extent of forest fragmentation, altitude, variation in elevation and road coverage. In all but one of the study areas, isolation by landscape resistance was more… CONTINUE READING
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