Data from: Replicated landscape genetic and network analyses reveal wide variation in functional connectivity for American pikas

Jessica A. Castillo, Clinton W. Epps, Mackenzie R. Jeffress, Chris Ray, Thomas J. Rodhouse & Donelle Schwalm
Landscape connectivity is essential for maintaining viable populations, particularly for species restricted to fragmented habitats or naturally arrayed in metapopulations and facing rapid climate change. The importance of assessing both structural connectivity (the physical distribution of favorable habitat patches) and functional connectivity (how species move among habitat patches) for managing such species is well understood. However, the degree to which functional connectivity for a species varies among landscapes, and the resulting implications for conservation, have...
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