Mixed Support for Spatial Heterogeneity in Species Interactions : Hummingbirds in a Tropical Disturbance Mosaic

@inproceedings{Feinsinger2016MixedSF,
  title={Mixed Support for Spatial Heterogeneity in Species Interactions : Hummingbirds in a Tropical Disturbance Mosaic},
  author={Peter Feinsinger and William H. Busby and Kirsten Murray and James Beach and WILLOW Z. PouNos and YAN B. LINHARTt},
  year={2016}
}
The spatial heterogeneity of natural landscapes structures the distributions of species and relationships between species (MacArthur and Pianka 1966; Wiens 1976, 1986; Pickett and White 1985). Patchiness of habitats can affect the dynamics of populations (Reddingius and den Boer 1970; Strong 1983; Strong and Antolin, in press) and the dynamics of interactions between populations, such as exploitation (J-Iuffaker 1958; Gurney and Nisbet 1978), competition (Levin 1974; Chesson and Case 1986), and… CONTINUE READING

From This Paper

Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.
4 Citations
14 References
Similar Papers

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 14 references

Habitat , the templet for ecological strategies ?

  • T. R. E. Southwood
  • J . Anim . Ecol .
  • 1977
Highly Influential
3 Excerpts

Density vagueness and patchiness

  • D. R. Strong
  • Living in a patchy environment
  • 1986

Adaptations of insects to disturbance

  • J. P. Schulz
  • 1985

An experimental study of competition among fugitive prairie plants

  • B. J. Rathcke
  • Ecology
  • 1985

Intertidal landscapes : disturbance and the dynamics of pattern

  • S. T. A. Pickett
  • Ecol . Monogr .
  • 1981

The measurement of niche overlap and some relatives

  • S. H. Hurlbert
  • Ecology
  • 1978
1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…