Fish dispersal in fragmented landscapes: a modeling framework for quantifying the permeability of structural barriers.

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Dispersal is a key determinant of the spatial distribution and abundance of populations, but human-made fragmentation can create barriers that hinder dispersal and reduce population viability. This study presents a modeling framework based on dispersal kernels (modified Laplace distributions) that describe stream fish dispersal in the presence of obstacles… (More)

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@article{Ppino2012FishDI, title={Fish dispersal in fragmented landscapes: a modeling framework for quantifying the permeability of structural barriers.}, author={Marc P{\'e}pino and Marco A. Rodr{\'i}guez and Pierre Magnan}, journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America}, year={2012}, volume={22 5}, pages={1435-45} }