Data from: Living on the edge: exploring the role of coastal refugia in the Alexander Archipelago of Alaska

Yadeeh E. Sawyer, S.O. MacDonald, Enrique P. Lessa, Joseph A. Cook & Yadeeh Sawyer
Although islands are of long-standing interest to biologists, only a handful of studies have investigated the role of climatic history in shaping evolutionary diversification in high latitude archipelagos. In this study of the Alexander Archipelago (AA) of Southeast Alaska, we address the impact of glacial cycles on geographic genetic structure for three mammals co-distributed along the North Pacific Coast. We examined variation in mitochondrial and nuclear loci for long-tailed voles (Microtus longicaudus), northwestern deermice (Peromyscus...
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