- Title Pages
- List of Symbols
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Section I Genetic problems in small isolated populations
- Chapter 2 Evolutionary genetics of small populations
- Chapter 3 Inbreeding reduces reproductive fitness
- Chapter 4 Loss of genetic diversity reduces ability to adapt
- Chapter 5 Population fragmentation causes inadequate gene flow and increases extinction risk
- Section II Rescue and risk
- Chapter 6 Genetic rescue by augmenting gene flow
- Chapter 7 Outbreeding depression is uncommon and predictable
- Chapter 8 Modified rescue and risk expectations for species with diverse mating systems and modes of inheritance
- Section III Developing management decisions
- Chapter 9 Is the taxonomy appropriate? Delineating species for conservation purposes
- Chapter 10 Determining the number and location of genetically differentiated population fragments
- Chapter 11 Are there populations suffering genetic erosion that would benefit from augmented gene flow?
- Chapter 12 Managing gene flow among isolated population fragments. I. Limited information
- Chapter 13 Managing gene flow among isolated population fragments. II. Management based on kinship
- Chapter 14 Global climate change increases the need for genetic management
- Chapter 15 Take home messages
- Appendix 1 Genetic markers for conservation purposes
- Appendix 2 VORTEX simulation software for population viability analysis
- Appendix 3 How should a taxonomic re-evaluation be conducted if required?
- Genetic Management of Fragmented Animal and Plant Populations
Jonathan D. Ballou
Mark D. B. Eldridge
Michele R. Dudash
Charles B. Fenster
Robert C. Lacy
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