Influence of a mortality trade-off on the spreading rate of cane toads fronts

  title={Influence of a mortality trade-off on the spreading rate of cane toads fronts},
  author={Emeric Bouin and Matthew H. Chan and Christopher Henderson and Peter S. Kim},
  journal={Communications in Partial Differential Equations},
  pages={1627 - 1671}
Abstract We study the influence of a mortality trade-off in a nonlocal reaction-diffusion-mutation equation that we introduce to model the invasion of cane toads in Australia. This model is built off of one that has attracted attention recently, in which the population of toads is structured by a phenotypical trait that governs the spatial diffusion. We are concerned with the case when the diffusivity can take unbounded values and the mortality trade-off depends only on the trait variable… 
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