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A. Coulon, J. Aben, S. C. F. Palmer, V. M. Stevens, T. Callens, D. Strubbe, L. Lens, E. Matthysen, M. Baguette, and J. M. J. Tavis. 2015. A stochastic movement simulator improves estimates of landscape connectivity. Ecology 96:22032213. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1690.1

Appendix F. Connectivity estimates between Cabanis’s greenbul populations.

Table F1. Connectivity estimates between Cabanis’s greenbul populations: genetic estimates (number of migrants per generation (Nm)); Euclidean distances among populations; accumulated costs along the least-cost paths; Circuitscape resistance distances; number of virtual immigrants predicted by SMS (parameter values: cell size = 5 m, DB = 1.18, PR = 25 m, DP = 2.0, memory size = 2, number of steps allowed = 2 million). Population codes follow Appendix A.

Source pop

Destination pop

Nm

Euclidean distance

LCP cost

Resistance distance

SMS number of immigrants

NG

CH

4.18

11170.00

275465.8

51.84

438

NG

FU

8.24

6322.00

162766.63

31.92

556

NG

ND

3.49

7169.00

194763.13

31.13

189

CH

NG

4.36

11170.00

275465.81

51.84

637

CH

FU

4.26

4403.00

112003.59

27.36

304

CH

ND

3.07

3745.00

95265.18

34.30

277

FU

NG

10.76

6322.00

162766.63

31.92

591

FU

CH

8.59

4403.00

112003.59

27.36

546

FU

ND

6.27

620.00

26873.473

13.22

575

ND

NG

7.45

7169.00

194763.13

31.13

443

ND

CH

4.74

3745.00

95265.18

34.30

874

ND

FU

31.34

620.00

26873.473

13.22

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