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Landscape effects on gene flow for a climate-sensitive montane species, the American pika

Molecular Ecology

Jan 5, 2014

Jessica A CastilloSamuel A Cushman

Abstract

Climate change is arguably the greatest challenge to conservation of our time. Most vulnerability assessments rely on past and current species distributions to predict future persistence but ignore species' abilities to disperse through landscapes, which may be particularly important in...read more

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In Silico
Contraction (Finding)
Subgenus Pika
Locomotion
Climate
Rocky Mountain pika
Sequence Determinations, DNA
Ochotona
Habitat
Ochotonidae
4
234
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Landscape effects on gene flow for a climate-sensitive montane species, the American pika

Molecular Ecology

Jan 5, 2014

Jessica A CastilloSamuel A Cushman

PMID: 24383818

DOI: 10.1111/mec.12650

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