Using the Present to Decode the Past: Phylogeography Reveals the Origin and Extent of Early Quaternary Migrations Following Deglaciation of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet in Extant Pacific Northwestern Mammals
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Bachelor of Arts
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Tue, 07 May 2013 16:49:52 GMT
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McKone, Mark; Tymoczko, John
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gickj_2013_BIOL_paper.pdf; gickj_2013_BIOL_presentation.pptx; gickj_2013_BIOL_talk.pdf
phylogeography; refugia; Last Glacial Maximum; Cordilleran; Pacific Northwest; mammals
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