Landscape Genetics

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Landscape Genetics combines population genetics and landscape ecology to understand how environmental heterogeneity shapes population structure and gene flow.  Analysis in this field relies on spatial and mathematical modeling as well as genetic analysis.

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2012    Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, D Lopez, P Shelton. The walk is never random: landscape genetics detect subtle effects of landscape barriers to white-tailed deer gene flow. Molecular Ecology (21) 4190-4205.

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2011    Rogers, KG, SJ Robinson, MD Samuel, DA Grear. Diversity and distribution of white-tailed deer mtDNA lineages relative to CWD outbreak areas in southern Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health (74) 1521-1535.

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2009    Robinson SJ, LP Waits, ID Martin. Estimating abundance of American black bears using DNA-based capture–mark–recapture models. Ursus (20) 1-11.

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2007    Robinson SJ, LP Waits, ID Martin. Evaluating population structure of black bears on the Kenai Peninsula using mitochondrial and nuclear DNA analyses. Journal of Mammalogy (88) 1288-1299.

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2007 Storfer A, MA Murphy, JS Evans, CS Goldberg, SJ Robinson, SF Spear, RJ Dezzani, E Delmelle, L Vierling, LP Waits. Putting the “landscape” in landscape genetics. Heredity (98) 128-142.

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