Isolating the roles of movement and reproduction on effective connectivity alters conservation priorities for an endangered bird

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Robertson, Ellen P.; Fletcher, Robert J.; Cattau, Christopher E.; Udell, Bradley J.; Reichert, Brian E.; Austin, James D.; Valle, Denis;

Movement is important for ecological and evolutionary theory as well as connectivity conservation, which is increasingly critical for species responding to environmental change. Key ecological and evolutionary outcomes of movement, such as population growth and gene flo... View more
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