Spatial synchrony of wader populations in inland lakes of the Iberian Peninsula

Abstract

Spatial synchronization refers to similarity in temporal variations between spatially separated populations. Three mechanisms have been associated with the spatial synchrony of populations: Moran effect, dispersal and trophic interactions. In this study, we explored the degree of spatial synchrony of three wader species populations (Pied Avocet, Black… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11284-016-1407-2

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@article{Gonalves2016SpatialSO, title={Spatial synchrony of wader populations in inland lakes of the Iberian Peninsula}, author={Marcelo Benites Gonçalves and Jos{\'e} Antonio Gil-Delgado and R. U. Gos{\'a}lvez and Germ{\'a}n Manuel L{\'o}pez-Iborra and Aurelio Ponz and A. Velasco}, journal={Ecological Research}, year={2016}, volume={31}, pages={947-956} }