Data from: Landscape effects on the contemporary genetic structure of Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) populations

Ashley M. Jensen, Nicholas P. O'Neil, Andrew N. Iwaniuk & Theresa M. Burg
The amount of dispersal that occurs among populations can be limited by landscape heterogeneity, which is often due to both natural processes and anthropogenic activity leading to habitat loss or fragmentation. Understanding how populations are structured and mapping existing dispersal corridors among populations is imperative to both determining contemporary forces mediating population connectivity, and informing proper management of species with fragmented populations. Furthermore, the contemporary processes mediating gene flow across heterogeneous landscapes on a large...
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