Vertebrate Species Completed

Southern Mule Deer Genetic Study - LAG funded

Southern mule deer connectivity study in the MSCP using DNA fingerprinting. The goals of this study were to: 1. Improve the laboratory methods to include more markers. 2. Genetically analyze both old and new mule deer samples with the full set of genetic markers. 3. Make management recommendations based on population genetic analyses, including how future changes in connectivity might be detected.
Project Focus
Project type: Genetic Study
Target species: Southern mule deer
Investigator: Andrew Bohonak
Main implementing entity: San Diego State University
SDMMP lead: Kris Preston
Strategic Elements
Budget year: FY15-16
Reports
Reports Available: Yes
Final Report Date: 2014-04-16
File name Lead Author Year Type
Social Structure and Genetic Connectivity in the Southern Mule Deer: Implications for Management Bohonak, Andrew; Mitelberg, Anna 2014 report