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Synchronous dynamics and rates of extinction in spatially structured populations
We explore extinction rates using a spatially arranged set of subpopulations obeying Ricker dynamics. The population system is subjected to dispersal of individuals among the subpopulations as wellExpand
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Synchrony in population dynamics
Our data are long-term population dynamics of a set of species in different localities in Finland. There is considerable level of species-specific synchrony in population fluctuations among theExpand
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Climate and population density induce long‐term cohort variation in a northern ungulate
Summary 1. Density-dependent and climatic conditions experienced by individuals before and after birth differ considerably between cohorts. Such early environmental variability has the potential toExpand
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Measures of Inequality Are Not Equal
Inequalities in reproductive success or resource acquisition are fundamental to evolution and population ecology. There is, however, no unique way to measure inequality. We review 21 measures used toExpand
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Synchrony in Tetraonid Population Dynamics
We studied temporal and spatial synchrony of population fluctuations in the capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), the black grouse (Tetrao tetrix) and the hazel grouse (Bonasa bonasia) in Finland. TheExpand
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Behavioural phenotype affects social interactions in an animal network
Animal social networks can be extremely complex and are characterized by highly non-random interactions between group members. However, very little is known about the underlying factors affectingExpand
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The Moran effect and synchrony in population dynamics
Our approach is twofold. First, with 1964-1983 data on red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in 11 provinces in Finland we show that population fluctuations in different parts of the country are largelyExpand
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Short- and long-term population dynamical consequences of asymmetric climate change in black grouse
Temporal asymmetry in patterns of regional climate change may jeopardize the match between the proximate and ultimate cues of the timing of breeding. The consequences on short- and long-termExpand
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Habitat heterogeneity affects population growth in goshawk Accipiter gentilis
1. The concept of site-dependent population regulation combines the ideas of Ideal Free Distribution-type of habitat settlement and density dependence in a vital rate mediated by habitatExpand
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Kin selection and the evolution of leks: whose success do young males maximize?
A proper explanation for the evolution of lekking behaviour requires understanding the advantages that individual males obtain by aggregating. An uneven distribution of mating success gives rise to aExpand
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