To answer this question we tested for changes in dispersal data collection and use over time. The scientific literature produced by Hanski is rather enormous; the ISI Web of Knowledge database suggests that he is the author or co-author of more than scientific articles and has edited several books. Some demographic and environmental consequences of environmental heterogeneity for biological control. All Subjects All Subjects.
Single-species metapopulation dynamics concepts models and observations
A new model of incidence functions is described, which allows one to estimate species' colonization and extinction rates on islands colonized from mainland. Pages 69— in J. We concluded that climate does strongly influence regional and local bull trout distributions, and we estimated bull trout habitat response to a range of predicted climate warming effects. Spatial pattern formation in an insect host-parasitoid system. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
Metapopulations are classically viewed as sets of populations persisting in a balance between local extinction and colonization. Population and colony-site trends of Long Island, N. For animals, the process of dispersing from a natal territory to find new s Disturbance, interspecific interaction and diversity in metapopulations. This recognition has led many conservation biologists to embrace the metapopulation concept Levins as the ap
Concepts, models and observations. Fortschritte der Zoologie Abstract - Cited by 1 0 self - Add to MetaCart Dispersal knowledge is essential for conservation management, and demand is growing. With real parameters and ranges of values we alternatively modelled each species with and without density dependence, as well as with their numbers in a single, large colony, or in many smaller ones, distributed evenly or lognormally.
Metapopulation viability analysis of the greater glider Petauroides volans in a wood production area by H. This page was last edited on 25 January , at Research questions have changed little over time; the same problems examined in the s are still being addressed. The field research of the Glanville fritillary butterfly in Ahvenanmaa is a well-known classical model system.
Abstract - Add to MetaCart In recent decades, a tremendous amount of field research coupled with technological advances in remote sensing, ecological modeling, geographic information systems GIS , and spatial analysis have clarified the effects of forest fragmentation on landscape pattern, biodiversity and ecological processes. The significance of the following factors to metapopulation dynamics are explored: The status and conservation of seabirds in the Caribbean. Pages 1—78 in D.
Single species metapopulation dynamics: Concepts, models and observations (1991)
Further, ecological responses to deforestation the loss of forests and forest fragmentation the alteration of forest pattern across the landscape may be interactive and highly nonlinear, i. Avian biology, volume 8. Abstract - Cited by 1 0 self - Add to MetaCart Dispersal knowledge is essential for conservation management, and demand is growing. The goals of the wild trout stocking program are to increase the survival and longevity of trout stocked in streams and to ultimately develop self-sustaining populations of wild trout.
He was awarded the Crafoord Prize in biosciences for his pioneering studies on how spatial variation affects the dynamics of animal and plant populations. Pages 43— in J. Systematic Review by Don A.
Habitat destruction and the extinction debt. A Nature Research Journal. It is thought that hatchery trout of wild parentage maintain the genetic diversity and better embody the characteristics found in wild populations and may therefore improve restoration success.
In comparison, restoration ecology inadequately addresses large-scale process, whilst the gap. The group studies species living in fragmented landscapes and attempts to advance metapopulation ecology research. Spatial pattern formation in an insect host-parasitoid system. James Barber Martin T. I collectively analyzed evaluations of wild trout stocking across Wisconsin to determine whether program goals were being fulfilled and to identify any research gaps.
If you find something abusive or that does not comply with our terms or guidelines please flag it as inappropriate. The WDNR initiated a wild trout stocking program in to improve the quality of hatchery-reared brook and brown trout by raising offspring of wild pa Views Read Edit View history. Nature , — Bull trout Salvelinus confluentus may be especially vulnerable to climate change given that spawning and early rearing are constrained by cold water temperatures creating a patchwork of natal headwater habitats across river networks. This page was last edited on 25 January , at