Population Dynamics in Complex Landscapes: A Case Study.

  title={Population Dynamics in Complex Landscapes: A Case Study.},
  author={H. Ronald Pulliam and John B. Dunning and Jianguo Liu},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  volume={2 2},
The abundance and distribution of natural populations can be strongly influenced by the types and arrangement of habitat patches within a landscape. The impact of landscape changes on population dynamics is difficult to study using conventional population models and field techniques. Spatially explicit simulation models provide a powerful method for modelling landscape and population changes at large spatial scales and may prove useful as a management tool for mobile animal populations. As an… CONTINUE READING
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