Genetic inhomogeneous Poisson processes describing the roles of an isolated mature tree in forest regeneration

@article{Shimatani2006GeneticIP,
  title={Genetic inhomogeneous Poisson processes describing the roles of an isolated mature tree in forest regeneration},
  author={Kenichiro Shimatani and Keiko Kitamura and Tatsuo Kanazashi and Hisashi Sugita},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={48},
  pages={203-214}
}
The spatial distribution of genotyped adult plants and offspring can be modeled by genetic inhomogeneous Poisson processes. This paper reports the development of a previously proposed point process model to cover safe site conditions for sapling survival, unknown seed sources and wider ranges of dispersal kernels. Suppose that a species has limited seed dispersal and shade-tolerance, and that young trees are clustered around highly isolated adults. The clustering might be formed solely by… CONTINUE READING

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