Data from: Population genetic structure and long-distance dispersal among seabird populations: implications for colony persistence

Anthony W. J. Bicknell, Mairi E. Knight, David Bilton, James B. Reid, Terry Burke & Stephen C. Votier
Dramatic local population decline brought about by anthropogenic-driven change is an increasingly common threat to biodiversity. Seabird life history traits that make them particularly vulnerable to such change, therefore understanding population connectivity and dispersal dynamics is vital for successful management. Our study used a 360 base-pair mitochondrial control region locus sequenced for 103 individuals and 18 nuclear microsatellite loci genotyped for 245 individuals to investigate population structure in the Atlantic and Pacific populations of the...
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