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Table 1 Bayesian assessment of migration rates among Central Sierra sites, derived by BayesAss

From: Climate change refugia and habitat connectivity promote species persistence

   Source Population
   DL ML CL VC FL LC SaL LLC MLCP SiL AM
Sampled Population Dorothy Lake (DL) 0.69    0.08 0.03   0.04 0.03    
May Lake (ML)   0.68    0.15      0.03  
Cathedral Lake (CL)    0.69   0.11       
Virginia Canyon (VC)     0.72 0.04 0.03 0.04 0.05 0.04   
Fletcher Lake (FL)      0.77 0.04     0.09  
Lyell Canyon (LC)      0.05 0.78     0.05  
Saddlebag Lake (SaL)      0.13 0.03 0.69    0.03  
Lundy Lake Campground (LLC)      0.06    0.78   0.04  
Mono Lake County Park (MLCP)          0.89   
Silver Lake (SiL)           0.84  
Agnew Meadow (AM)     0.03   0.11      0.69
  1. Values represent proportion of migrants per generation from the source population (column heading) to the sampled populations (row headings). Italicized values along the diagonal represent the proportion of non-migrants. Empty cells indicate migration rates lower than 0.03. Human modified sites (in bold) have some of the lowest rates of immigration