Landscape genomics reveals altered genome wide diversity within revegetated stands of Eucalyptus microcarpa (Grey Box)
Rebecca Jordan, Shannon K Dillon, Suzanne M Prober, Ary A Hoffmann
New Phytologist | WILEY | Published : 2016
Thanks to Greening Australia, especially G. Fificld and J. Gardner, for their assistance in locating revegetation sites, as well as L. Evans and A. Sands (Goulburn Broken Indigenous Seedbank), J. Crocker (Mid-Loddon I,andcare Network), M, Lewis (Lachlan CMA) and. D. Stein (Murrumbidgee CMA). Thanks to K. Ussher, W. Gehert, S. Panter, S. Culver, K. Bell, K. Roberts, L. Bedel and C. O'Meara for their assistance with fieldwork and to all the landholders for permission to access their property. Thanks to P. Griffin, D. Bush, H. L. Yeap and three anonymous reviewers for their constructive feedback that helped improve this manuscript. All material was collected tinder permits from Department of Environment and Primary Industry, Victoria (10006855), Parks and Wildlife Service, NSW (SL101225), Forestry Corporation of NSW (SPPR0034) and with support and permission from LHPA to sample in NSW Travelling Stock Reserves. This study was supported by a CSIRO Julius Award (S,M,P.), Science and. Industry Endowment Fund (A.A.H.), Australian Postgraduate Award (R.J.), and Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment (R.J.).