Population genetics reveals bidirectional fish movement across the Continental Divide via an interbasin water transfer

Audrey Harris, Sara Oyler-McCance, Jennifer Fike, Matthew Fairchild, Christopher Kennedy, Harry Crockett, Dana Winkelman & Yoichiro Kanno
Interbasin water transfers are becoming an increasingly common tool to satisfy municipal and agricultural water demand, but their impacts on movement and gene flow of aquatic organisms are poorly understood. The Grand Ditch is an interbasin water transfer that diverts water from tributaries of the upper Colorado River on the west side of the Continental Divide to the upper Cache la Poudre River on the east side of the Continental Divide. We used single nucleotide...
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