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Intraspecific evolutionary relationships among peregrine falcons in western North American high latitudes

. Sonsthagen, Clayton M. White. Data curation: Sandra L. Talbot, George K. Sage, Meg C. Gravley. Formal analysis: Sandra L. Talbot, George K. Sage, Sarah A. Sonsthagen, Meg C. Gravley. Funding acquisition ... . Talbot, George K. Sage, Sarah A. Sonsthagen, Jonathan L. Longmire. Methodology: Sandra L. Talbot, George K. Sage, Sarah A. Sonsthagen. 20 / 25 Project administration: Sandra L. Talbot. Resources: Sandra

The Structure of Genetic Diversity in Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) along the North Pacific and Bering Sea Coasts of Alaska

Eelgrass (Zostera marina) populations occupying coastal waters of Alaska are separated by a peninsula and island archipelago into two Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs). From populations in both LMEs, we characterize genetic diversity, population structure, and polarity in gene flow using nuclear microsatellite fragment and chloroplast and nuclear sequence data. An inverse relationship ...

Correction: Implications of the circumpolar genetic structure of polar bears for their conservation in a rapidly warming Arctic

Boltunov Eric V. Regehr Nikita Ovsyanikov Jon Aars Stephen N. Atkinson George K. Sage Andrew G. Hope Eve Zeyl Lutz Bachmann Dorothee Ehrich Kim T. Scribner Steven C. Amstrup Stanislav Belikov Erik W. Born

Implications of the Circumpolar Genetic Structure of Polar Bears for Their Conservation in a Rapidly Warming Arctic

We provide an expansive analysis of polar bear (Ursus maritimus) circumpolar genetic variation during the last two decades of decline in their sea-ice habitat. We sought to evaluate whether their genetic diversity and structure have changed over this period of habitat decline, how their current genetic patterns compare with past patterns, and how genetic demography changed with ...

The Use of Genetics for the Management of a Recovering Population: Temporal Assessment of Migratory Peregrine Falcons in North America

Background Our ability to monitor populations or species that were once threatened or endangered and in the process of recovery is enhanced by using genetic methods to assess overall population stability and size over time. This can be accomplished most directly by obtaining genetic measures from temporally-spaced samples that reflect the overall stability of the population as ...