Synchrony, extinction, and dynamics of spatially segregated, heterogeneous populations

@inproceedings{Matter2001SynchronyEA,
  title={Synchrony, extinction, and dynamics of spatially segregated, heterogeneous populations},
  author={Stephen F. Matter},
  year={2001}
}
Most theoretical assessments of synchrony assume that populations are identical in their ability to produce and absorb dispersing individuals. Relaxing this assumption, I assessed how the local population growth rate, the proportion of individuals dispersing between populations, and different patterns in the immigration rate and carrying capacity with habitat patch size affect synchrony in local population dynamics and metapopulation extinction. All factors influenced both synchrony and… CONTINUE READING

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