Analysing the Moran effect and dispersal: their significance and interaction in synchronous population dynamics

@inproceedings{Ripa2000AnalysingTM,
  title={Analysing the Moran effect and dispersal: their significance and interaction in synchronous population dynamics},
  author={J{\"o}rgen Ripa},
  year={2000}
}
Population synchrony over various geographical scales is known from a large number of taxa. Three main hypotheses have been put forward as explanations to this phenomenon. First, correlated environmental disturbances (so called Moran effect). Moran showed that at least for linear models, the population synchrony would exactly match that of the corresponding environment. Second, the migration, or dispersal, of individuals is liable to cause population synchrony. Third, nomadic predators have… CONTINUE READING

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