CONTROLLING SPATIAL CHAOS IN METAPOPULATIONS WITH LONG-RANGE DISPERSAL

@inproceedings{Doebeli1997CONTROLLINGSC,
  title={CONTROLLING SPATIAL CHAOS IN METAPOPULATIONS WITH LONG-RANGE DISPERSAL},
  author={Michael Doebeli and Graeme D. Ruxton},
  year={1997}
}
We propose two methods to control spatial chaos in an ecological metapopulation model with long-range dispersal. The metapopulation model consists of local populations living in a patchily distributed habitat. The habitat patches are arranged in a one-dimensional array. In each generation, density-dependent reproduction occurs first in each patch. Then individuals disperse according to a Gaussian distribution. The model corresponds to a chain of coupled oscillators with long-range interactions… CONTINUE READING
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