Data from: Range-wide population genetic structure of the Caribbean sea fan coral, Gorgonia ventalina

 

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Title Gorgonia ventalina microsatellite genotype data
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Description Structure format
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Title Geographic distance matrix by locality
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Description ***README: This is a matrix of pairwise geographic distances between all sampling localities used in the manuscript entitled "Range-wide population genetic structure of the Caribbean sea fan coral, Gorgonia ventalina" by Andras JP, Rypien KL, & Harvell CD published in Molecular Ecology in 2012. The first row and first column contain locality numbers, which are in the same order as the localities in Table 1 of the corresponding manuscript. All other cells contain pairwise distances in kilometers. The matrix is symmetrical, meaning the values are identical across the diagonal. Please direct any questions regarding these data to Jason Andras at jpa24@cornell.edu.
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Title Average annual dispersal probability by region
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Description ***README: This is a matrix of pairwise dispersal probabiliteis between sampling regions used in the manuscript entitled "Range-wide population genetic structure of the Caribbean sea fan coral, Gorgonia ventalina" by Andras JP, Rypien KL, & Harvell CD, published in Molecular Ecology in 2012. The first first column contains the region name. The second column contains the localities averaged within that region (locality numbers correspond to Table 1 of the manuscript). Column three and the top row contain the numerical designation for each region. All other cells contain pairwise annual average dispersal probabilities between regions, given as [log(dispersal probability +1)]. The matrix is asymmetrical, meaning the values are not identical across the diagonal. To compare this matrix to measures of genetic distance, bidirectional dispersal probabilites can be averaged to generate a lower triangular matrix, or the asymmetric matrix below can be compared to a full-square symmetric matrix of genetic distances. Please direct any questions regarding these data to Jason Andras at jpa24@cornell.edu.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Andras JP, Rypien KL, Harvell CD (2012) Range-wide population genetic structure of the Caribbean sea fan coral, Gorgonia ventalina. Molecular Ecology 22(1): 56-73. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12104

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Andras JP, Rypien KL, Harvell CD (2012) Data from: Range-wide population genetic structure of the Caribbean sea fan coral, Gorgonia ventalina. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c8m2k
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