Data from: Using a reference population yardstick to calibrate and compare genetic diversity reported in different studies: an example from the brown bear.

Tomaž Skrbinšek, Maja Jelenčič, Lisette P. Waits, Hubert Potočnik & Peter Trontelj
In species with large geographic ranges, genetic diversity of different populations may be well studied, but differences in loci and sample sizes can make the results of different studies difficult to compare. Yet, such comparisons are important for assessing the status of populations of conservation concern. We propose a simple approach of using a single well-studied reference population as a "yardstick" to calibrate results of different studies to the same scale, enabling comparisons. We use...
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