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Fig. 6 | Climate Change Responses

Fig. 6

From: Climate change refugia and habitat connectivity promote species persistence

Fig. 6

The log10 of connectivity (averaged for topography, historic and modern CWD, presence of a river barrier and distance to a river, and presence of roads) and effect of minimum temperature in the modern time period (1970–1999) among the meadows sampled across the central Sierra on genetic diversity as measured by allelic richness. The best-fit line with confidence intervals are shown in light gray; prediction intervals are shown in dark grey. Each of the sample sites is plotted with error bars representing ±1 SE

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