Predation effects on mean time to extinction under demographic stochasticity.

@article{Palamara2013PredationEO,
  title={Predation effects on mean time to extinction under demographic stochasticity.},
  author={G. M. Palamara and G. Delius and Matthew J. Smith and O. Petchey},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={334},
  pages={
          61-70
        }
}
Methods for predicting the probability and timing of a species' extinction are typically based on single species population dynamics. Assessments of extinction risk often lack effects of interspecific interactions. We study a birth and death process in which the death rate includes an effect of predation. Predation is included via a general nonlinear expression for the functional response of predation to prey density. We investigate the effects of the foraging parameters (e.g. attack rate and… Expand

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