Data from: Three types of rescue can avert extinction in a changing environment

Ruth A. Hufbauer, Marianna Szűcs, Emily Kasyon, Courtney Youngberg, Michael J. Koontz, Christopher M. Richards, Ty Tuff & Brett A. Melbourne
Setting aside high-quality large areas of habitat to protect threatened populations is becoming increasingly difficult as humans fragment and degrade the environment. Biologists and managers therefore must determine the best way to shepherd small populations through the dual challenges of reductions in both the number of individuals and genetic variability. By bringing in additional individuals, threatened populations can be increased in size (demographic rescue) or provided with variation to facilitate adaptation and reduce inbreeding (genetic...
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