Defining patch contribution in source-sink metapopulations the importance of including dispersal and its relevance to marine systems

Springer Tokyo
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Population Ecology, 2006, 48 (3), pp. 215 - 224
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In metapopulations, individual patch contribution (source or sink) is typically calculated as a patch growth rate (the intrinsic lambda, lambda(I)) dependent only upon local demographics. We demonstrate that when dispersal is explicitly included in the m
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