Data from: Yellowstone bison—should we preserve artificial population substructure or rely on ecological processes?

 

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Title NPSResponseToHalbert_etal_TableS1_JHered_Apr2012
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Description Breeding season ranges used by radio-collared, female bison in Yellowstone National Park during 2002-2011
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Title NPSResponseToHalbert_etal_TableS2_JHered_Apr2012
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Description Estimates of F-statistics and the number of migrants between central and northern breeding herds based on DNA extracted from fecal samples collected from male and female Yellowstone bison in both herds during the breeding seasons of 2006 and 2008 (Gardipee 2007).
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White PJ, Wallen RL (2012) Yellowstone bison—should we preserve artificial population substructure or rely on ecological processes? Journal of Heredity 103(5): 751-753. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jhered/ess050

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White PJ, Wallen RL (2012) Data from: Yellowstone bison—should we preserve artificial population substructure or rely on ecological processes? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.75g00
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