Data from: Experimental migration upward in elevation is associated with strong selection on life history traits

Megan Peterson, Amy Angert & Kathleen Kay
One of the strongest biological impacts of climate change has been the movement of species poleward and upward in elevation. Yet, what is not clear, is the extent to which the spatial distribution of locally adapted lineages and ecologically important traits may also shift with continued climate change. Here, we take advantage of a transplant experiment mimicking up-slope seed dispersal for a suite of ecologically-diverse populations of yellow monkeyflower (Mimulus guttatus sensu lato) into a...
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