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A metapopulation consists of a group of spatially separated populations of the same species which interact at some level. The term metapopulation was coined by Richard Levins in 1969 to describe a model of population dynamics of insect pests in agricultural fields, but...
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in ecology, a regional group of connected populations of a species. For a given species, each metapopulation is continually being modified by increases (births and immigrations) and decreases (deaths and emigrations) of individuals, as well as by the emergence and dissolution of local populations contained within it. As local populations of a given species...
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Software for ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management, and human health risk analysis. ... distinct population in a metapopulation may be referred to ...
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Software for ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management, and human health risk analysis. ... A habitat-based metapopulation model of the California ...
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The metapopulation concept has changed how ecologists view ... ยท list of metapopulation books I have placed on reserve at the library for BIOL 6301, Sect. ...
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We consider a discrete size-structured metapopulation mo ... tion and absence of emigration lead to extinction of the metapopulation. ...
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The metapopulation is not the entire population, just the population within a set area. ... The metapopulation of Jamaicans in Chicago is stable. ...
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these are spatially structured metapopulation models that ... tial structure of the metapopulation, including the number, ... a metapopulation modeling ...
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