Data from: Temporal variation in spatial genetic structure during population outbreaks: distinguishing among different potential drivers of spatial synchrony

Jeremy Larroque, Simon Legault, Rob Johns, Lisa Lumley, Michel Cusson, Sébastien Renaut, Roger Levesque & Patrick M. A. James
Spatial synchrony is a common characteristic of spatio-temporal population dynamics across many taxa. While it is known that both dispersal and spatially autocorrelated environmental variation (i.e., the Moran effect) can synchronize populations, the relative contributions of each, and how they interact, is generally unknown. Distinguishing these mechanisms and their effects on synchrony can help us to better understand spatial population dynamics, design conservation and management strategies, and predict climate change impacts. Population genetic data can...
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