Network metrics reveal differences in social organization between two fission–fusion species, Grevy’s zebra and onager

@article{Sundaresan2006NetworkMR,
  title={Network metrics reveal differences in social organization between two fission–fusion species, Grevy’s zebra and onager},
  author={Siva R. Sundaresan and Ilya R Fischhoff and Jonathan Dushoff and Daniel I. Rubenstein},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={151},
  pages={140-149}
}
For species in which group membership frequently changes, it has been a challenge to characterize variation in individual interactions and social structure. Quantifying this variation is necessary to test hypotheses about ecological determinants of social patterns and to make predictions about how group dynamics affect the development of cooperative relationships and transmission processes. Network models have recently become popular for analyzing individual contacts within a population context… CONTINUE READING
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