An explicit approach to evolutionarily stable dispersal strategies: no cost of dispersal.

  title={An explicit approach to evolutionarily stable dispersal strategies: no cost of dispersal.},
  author={J. – D. Lebreton and Mohamed Khaladi and Vladimir Grosbois},
  journal={Mathematical biosciences},
  volume={165 2},
The evolution of dispersal is examined by looking at evolutionarily stable strategies (ESS) for dispersal parameters in discrete time multisite models without any cost of dispersal. ESS are investigated analytically, based on explicit results on sensitivity analysis of matrix models. The basic model considers an arbitrary number of sites and a single age class. An ESS for dispersal parameters is obtained when the spatial reproductive values, calculated at the density-dependent population… CONTINUE READING

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