Stan code from: Branching networks can have opposing influences on genetic variation in riverine metapopulations

Ming-Chih Chiu, Bin Li, Kei Nukazawa, Vincent Resh, Thaddeus Carvajal & Kozo Watanabe
Aim: Fractal networks, represented by branching complexity in rivers, are ubiquitous in nature. In rivers, the number of either distal (e.g., in headwater streams) or confluent (e.g., in mainstems) locations can be increased along with their branching complexity. Distal- or confluent-spatial locations can result in fewer or greater corridor linkages that can alter genetic divergence at the metapopulation scale. These mechanisms underlying the resulting genetic structuring remain poorly understood at the metapopulation scale, particularly in...
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