Species persistence in landscapes with spatial variation in habitat quality: a pair approximation model.

@article{Liao2013SpeciesPI,
  title={Species persistence in landscapes with spatial variation in habitat quality: a pair approximation model.},
  author={Jinbao Liao and Zhenqing Li and David Hiebeler and Yoh Iwasa and Jan Bogaert and Ivan Nijs},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={335},
  pages={
          22-30
        }
}
Habitat degradation has become a major threat to species persistence. Although several models have explicitly integrated habitat quality into metapopulation dynamics, we still lack knowledge of the spatial variability of species persistence which may result from the clustering of habitat patches of differing quality. Here we construct both pair approximation (PA) and cellular automaton (CA) models for species persistence in homogeneous versus heterogeneous landscapes. Heterogeneous landscapes… CONTINUE READING
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