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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Population Ecology, Panmixia, Exponential Growth

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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Switch, Seed Dispersal, Metapopulation

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17 Apr 2018
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Chapter 6: metapopulations and spatial structure (part 2) Spatial arrangement of patches: determines dispersal rates & similarity of environmental cond
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Metapopulation, Species Richness, Biogeography

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Chapter 6: metapopulations and spatial structure (part 1) Species often exist in a number of populations that are isolated from one another or have lim
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Genetic Drift, Environmental Factor, Repeated Measures Design

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What is the year-to-year variation in the growth rate? . What are the confidence limits on the predicted population size? . Variation between individua
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Exponential Growth, Density Dependence, Equilibrium Point

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13 Apr 2018
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Available resources shared unequally -> certain individuals receive enough resources for survival & reproduction at the expense of others. Recruitment
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Leslie Matrix, First Age

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17 Apr 2018
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Survival & fecundity describes growth of a population: average rates of all individuals in the population, assumes all individuals are identical, good
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stable Distribution, Sensitivity Analysis, Diagonal

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17 Apr 2018
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Alders classified into 5 stages based on their stem diameter: Stage 1: 0 cm dbh (i. e. , stems shorter than 1. 4 m) First row = vegetative reproduction
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Generation Time, Survivorship Curve, Net Reproduction Rate

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17 Apr 2018
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Natural environments often change -> alters population"s demographic characteristics (i. e. survival & fecundities) Understand which environmental fact
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leslie Matrix, Diagonal, Understory

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17 Apr 2018
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Other assumptions: population is closed (no immigration/emigration, vital rates are constant (no demographic or environmental stochasticity, vital rate
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SFUREM 311Scott HarrisonSpring

REM 311 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Scramble Competition, Exponential Growth, Mortality Rate

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13 Apr 2018
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In chapter 1: exponential growth happens under favorable environmental conditions. In chapter 2: environment can turn unfavorable and causes population
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