Mapped probability of occurrence predictions for ponderosa pine haplotypes.
figureposted on 2016-03-17, 00:00 authored by Douglas J. Shinneman, Robert E. Means, Kevin M. Potter, Valerie D. Hipkins
Probability of occurrence predictions derived from the NPMR models listed in Table 2 for each haplotype. Probability values are color-categorized using 10 equal-interval bins, with maximum probability values for each haplotype provided in the lower left of each map. Haplotypes 9 and 10 were not mapped due to small sample sizes and low LogB values. Point locations of sampled ponderosa pine haplotypes are shown in smaller maps. Generalized (green outline)  and recently classified (gray shading)  distributions of ponderosa pine are shown for context in each map.
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