Impact of species-specific dispersal and regional stochasticity on estimates of population viability in stream metapopulations

@article{Poos2011ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of species-specific dispersal and regional stochasticity on estimates of population viability in stream metapopulations},
  author={Mark S. Poos and Donald A. Jackson},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={405-416}
}
Species dispersal is a central component of metapopulation models. Spatially realistic metapopulation models, such as stochastic patch-occupancy models (SPOMs), quantify species dispersal using estimates of colonization potential based on inter-patch distance (distance decay model). In this study we compare the parameterization of SPOMs with dispersal and patch dynamics quantified directly from empirical data. For this purpose we monitored two metapopulations of an endangered minnow, redside… CONTINUE READING
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