Data from: Genetic connectivity for two bear species at wildlife crossing structures in Banff National Park

Michael A. Sawaya, Steven T. Kalinowski & Anthony P. Clevenger
Roads can fragment and isolate wildlife populations, which will eventually decrease genetic diversity within populations. Wildlife crossing structures may counteract these impacts, but most crossings are relatively new, and there is little evidence that they facilitate gene flow. We conducted a three-year research project in Banff National Park, Alberta, to evaluate the effectiveness of wildlife crossings to provide genetic connectivity. Our main objective was to determine how the Trans-Canada Highway and crossing structures along it...
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