Differing, multi-scale landscape effects on genetic diversity and differentiation in eastern chipmunks

Elizabeth Kierepka, Sara Anderson, Robert Swihart &
Understanding how habitat loss and fragmentation impact genetic variation is a major goal in landscape genetics, but to date, most studies have focused solely on the correlation between intervening matrix and genetic differentiation at a single spatial scale. Several caveats exist in these study designs, among them is the inability to include measures of genetic diversity in addition to differentiation. Both genetic metrics help predict population persistence, but are expected to function at differing spatial...
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