The Influence of Landscape Characteristics and Home-Range Size on the Quantification of Landscape-Genetics Relationships

Big Horned Sheep, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA A new study published in Landscape Ecology evaluates the ways that spatial uncertainty, landscape characteristics, and genetic stochasticity interact to influence the strength and variability of conclusions about landscape-genetics relationships.

The Influence of Landscape Characteristics and Home-Range Size on the Quantification of Landscape-Genetics Relationships
Tabitha A. Graves, Tzeidle N. Wasserman, Milton Cezar Ribeiro, Erin L. Landguth, Stephen F. Spear, Niko Balkenhol, Colleen B. Higgins, Marie-Josée Fortin, Samuel A. Cushman and Lisette P. Waits
Landscape Ecology, 27(2), 253-266, 2012

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Posted on April 9, 2012