Data from: Landscape effects on gene flow for a climate-sensitive montane species, the American pika

Jessica A. Castillo, Clinton W. Epps, Anne R. Davis & Samuel A. Cushman
Climate change is arguably the greatest challenge to conservation of our time. Most vulnerability assessments rely on past and current species distributions to predict future persistence but ignore species' abilities to disperse through landscapes, which may be particularly important in fragmented habitats and crucial for long-term persistence in changing environments. Landscape genetic approaches explore the interactions between landscape features and gene flow and can clarify how organisms move among suitable habitats, but have suffered from...
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