Corrigendum

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Errata

This article corrects:

  1. What can genetics tell us about population connectivity? Volume 19, Issue 15, 3038–3051, Article first published online: 2 July 2010

W. H. Lowe,
E-mail: winsor.lowe@mso.umt.edu

We wish to bring attention to the following correction to Lowe & Allendorf (2010). Figure 2 shows combinations of migration rate (m), effective population size (Ne), and local recruitment resulting in different expected values of genetic divergence (FST) and demographic interdependence, not demographic independence. Here we provide a corrected version of Fig. 2 where the term ‘demographic independence’ has been replaced with ‘demographic interdependence’.

Figure 2.

 Combinations of migration rate (m), effective population size (Ne), and local recruitment resulting in different expected values of genetic divergence (FST) and demographic interdependence. Local recruitment is determined by births and deaths of resident individuals. Genetic divergence is primarily a function of Nm, while demographic connectivity is primarily a function of m relative to local recruitment.

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