Perceptual Ranges, Information Gathering, and Foraging Success in Dynamic Landscapes.

Abstract

How organisms gather and utilize information about their landscapes is central to understanding land-use patterns and population distributions. When such information originates beyond an individual's immediate vicinity, movement decisions require integrating information out to some perceptual range. Such nonlocal information, whether obtained visually… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/691099

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@article{Fagan2017PerceptualRI, title={Perceptual Ranges, Information Gathering, and Foraging Success in Dynamic Landscapes.}, author={William F. Fagan and Eliezer Gurarie and Sharon Bewick and Allison Howard and Robert Stephen Cantrell and Chris Cosner}, journal={The American naturalist}, year={2017}, volume={189 5}, pages={474-489} }