Latitudinal variation in climate-associated genes imperils range-edge populations

Steve Smith, Chris Brauer, Minami Sasaki, Peter Unmack, Gilles Guillot, Martin Laporte, Louis Bernatchez & Luciano Beheregaray
The ecological impacts of increasing global temperatures are evident in most ecosystems on Earth, but our understanding of how climatic variation influences natural selection and adaptive resilience across latitudes is still largely unknown. Latitudinal gradients allow testing general ecosystem-level theories relevant to climatic adaptation. We assessed differences in adaptive diversity of populations along a latitudinal region spanning highly variable temperate to subtropical climates. We generated and integrated large-scale information from environmental mapping, phenotypic variation and...
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