Data from: Development of genetic diversity, differentiation and structure over 500 years in four ponderosa pine populations

Mark R. Lesser, Stephen T. Jackson & Thomas L. Parchman
Population history plays an important role in shaping contemporary levels of genetic variation and geographic structure. This is especially true in small, isolated range-margin populations, where effects of inbreeding, genetic drift and gene flow may be more pronounced than in large continuous populations. Effects of landscape fragmentation and isolation distance may have implications for persistence of range-margin populations if they are demographic sinks. We studied four small, disjunct populations of ponderosa pine over a 500-year...
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