Data from: Genetic variation and structure of house sparrow populations: is there an island effect?

Henrik Jensen, Rune Moe, Ingerid Hagen, Anna Holand, Jaana Kekkonen, Jarle Tufto, Bernt-Erik Sæther, Ingerid Julie Hagen, Anna Marie Holand & Bernt-Erik Saether
Population genetic structure and intrapopulation levels of genetic variation have important implications for population dynamics and evolutionary processes. Habitat fragmentation is one of the major threats to biodiversity. It leads to smaller population sizes and reduced gene flow between populations and will thus also affect genetic structure. We use a natural system of island and mainland populations of house sparrows along the coast of Norway to characterize the different population genetic properties of fragmented populations....
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