Merging spatial and temporal structure within a metapopulation model.

@article{Dewoody2005MergingSA,
  title={Merging spatial and temporal structure within a metapopulation model.},
  author={Yssa Dewoody and Zhilan Feng and Robert Swihart},
  journal={The American naturalist},
  year={2005},
  volume={166 1},
  pages={
          42-55
        }
}
Current research recognizes that both the spatial and temporal structure of the landscape influence species persistence. Patch models that incorporate the spatial structure of the landscape have been used to investigate static habitat destruction by comparing persistence results within nested landscapes. Other researchers have incorporated temporal structure into their models by making habitat suitability a dynamic feature of the landscape. In this article, we present a spatially realistic… CONTINUE READING

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