The conservation challenge of sustaining spatially dependent evolution
Maintaining evolutionary processes is a fundamental tenet of biodiversity conservation. Dispersal in the guise of range expansion may take place over many generations and is a key evolutionary process. Range expansion enables evolutionarily novel gene combinations in single populations to become widespread taxonomic units, it enables homogeneous populations to reach refuges which may later become isolated and diverge, and range expansion may enable species to track their environmental niche as...[Show more]
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