Extinction Thresholds in Demographic Models of Territorial Populations

@inproceedings{Lande1987ExtinctionTI,
  title={Extinction Thresholds in Demographic Models of Territorial Populations},
  author={Russell Lande},
  year={1987}
}
A basic demographic model is constructed for territorial species in a region where patches of habitat suitable for survival and reproduction are randomly (or evenly) interspersed with patches of unsuitable habitat. The model predicts the equilibrium occupancy of suitable habitat as a function of the proportion of the region composed of suitable habitat, h, and of the demographic potential of the population, k, which is determined by parameters of the life history and dispersal behavior of… CONTINUE READING

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