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Natal homing in juvenile loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta)
Juvenile loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) from West Atlantic nesting beaches occupy oceanic (pelagic) habitats in the eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, whereas larger juvenile turtles occupyExpand
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Incorporating multiple mixed stocks in mixed stock analysis: ‘many‐to‐many’ analyses
Traditional mixed stock analyses use morphological, chemical, or genetic markers measured in several source populations and in a single mixed population to estimate the proportional contribution ofExpand
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COMBINING GENETIC AND ECOLOGICAL DATA TO ESTIMATE SEA TURTLE ORIGINS
Many species of sea turtles spend part of their life cycle gathered in large feeding aggregations that combine individuals from widely separated rookery populations. Biologists have applied methodsExpand
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Flexible components of functional responses.
1. The functional response of predators describes the rate at which a predator consumes prey and is an important determinant of community dynamics. Despite the importance, most empirical studies haveExpand
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Analysis of adaptive foraging in an intraguild predation system
Abstract. An intraguild predation (IGP) system with adaptive foraging behavior was analyzed using a simple mathematical model. The main aim was to explore how the adaptive behavior affects speciesExpand
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Using automated monitoring systems to uncover pest population dynamics in agricultural fields
Understanding pest population dynamics is an essential part of pest management programs, but the examination of field pest populations faces many logistical difficulties. Consequently, potentiallyExpand
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On selection of functional response models: Holling’s models and more
Model selection is a common and established research method. Statistically rigorous model selection methods are used in a variety of research fields. In contrast, studies that characterize functionalExpand
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Demographic stochasticity alters the outcome of exploitation competition.
Temporal variability in resource density is one of the mechanisms that facilitate coexistence between competitors. This study examines whether demographic stochasticity as a source of resourceExpand
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Do mutualistic networks follow power distributions
Abstract Species interactions are central to the structure and dynamics of biological communities. Recently, of particular interest, is the analysis of ecological networks where the number of speciesExpand
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Individual variation in prey choice in a predator-prey community.
One predator-two prey community models are studied with an emphasis on individual variation in predator behavior. The predator behaves according to a well-known prey choice model. The behavioralExpand
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