By Michael Gilpin
Metapopulation Dynamics: Empirical and Theoretical Investigations.
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8. Are rare and endangered species over-represented in the lower-right corner? The recent interest in regional stochasticity in metapopulation dynamics and in conservation biology is well justified by these questions. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks are due to Mike Gilpin and Susan Harrison for comments on the manuscript. REFERENCES A D D I C O T T , J. , 1978. The population dynamics of aphids on fireweed: a comparison of local populations and metapopulations. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 56: 2554-2564.
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V E R B O O M ETAL. Summing over j yields the mean persistence time starting in i (Kemeny & Snell, 1983). For an extension see Appendix A l . Similar statistics can be derived for the ergodic model by making state (0,0) an absorbing state. Several clans with dispersal " W e are an enduring lot, and we may move out for a time, but we wait, and are patient, and back we come. And so it will ever be" said Badger in the book The Wind in the Willows (Grahame, 1908). European badgers have a metapopulation structure.
Metapopulation Dynamics: Empirical and Theoretical Investigations by Michael Gilpin