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Biology
Course
BIO2129
Professor
Jeremy Kerr
Semester
Fall

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23112011Lecture 15Biodiversity PatternsHow diversity responds to change1700Theory of Island Biogeography5 magnitudes log 10 non linear scaleWhat determines how many species will live on an island AreaNeutral with respect to species identity all species are treated exactly the same1The closer the island the more frequent immigration can be and the more rapidly they can get there Population and frequency increasesSpecies numbers will increaseDecline as you get farther away harder to find island and death increases because farther from mainland2Dynamical process change rate change dynamical
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