Retrospective Analysis of Demographic Responses to Environmental Change : a Lesser Snow Goose Example

@inproceedings{Cooch2001RetrospectiveAO,
  title={Retrospective Analysis of Demographic Responses to Environmental Change : a Lesser Snow Goose Example},
  author={Evan G. Cooch and Robert F Rockwell and Solange Brault},
  year={2001}
}
In general, analysis of population dynamics can proceed either prospectively or retrospectively. In the case of the former, asymptotic expectations are generally derived (analytically or numerically) from analysis of the potential effects of perturbation of the elements of the life table. However, the vital rates that are indicated by prospective analysis to contribute the most to projected growth rate are not necessarily those that have contributed to observed variation in growth rate over… CONTINUE READING
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