Data from: Consistent scaling of population structure across landscapes despite intraspecific variation in movement and connectivity

Brian E. Reichert, , Christopher E. Cattau, Wiley M. Kitchens & Robert J. Fletcher
Understanding the spatial scale of population structure is fundamental to long-standing tenets of population biology, landscape ecology and conservation. Nonetheless, identifying such scales has been challenging because a key factor that influences scaling – movement among patches or local populations – is a multicausal process with substantial phenotypic and temporal variation. We resolve this problem via a novel application of network modularity. When applied to movements, modularity provides a formal description of the functional aggregation...
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