Temporal coherence of zooplankton abundance in a tropical reservoir


Population densities in different sites are frequently observed to fluctuate synchronously, a phenomenon termed temporal coherence. The two main causes of temporal coherence are dispersal and the effects of a regional factor (Moran effect) that influence each of the populations similarly. If synchronous patterns are observed, it is possible to infer that… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-008-9526-6

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