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Author: Jean Clobert
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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The ability of species to migrate and disperse is a trait that has interested ecologists for many years. This text provides an overview of the study of dispersal. The causes, mechanisms, and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Clobert
ISBN: 0198506600 9780198506607 0198506597 9780198506591
OCLC Number: 45248307
Description: xxi, 452 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Methods for estimating dispersal probabilities and related parameters using marked animals / Robert E. Bennetts [and others] --
Genetic approaches to the estimation of dispersal rates / François Rousset --
How to measure dispersal : the genetic approach, the example of fire ants / Kenneth G. Ross --
Dispersal in pikas (Ochotona princeps) : combining genetic and demographic approaches to reveal spatial and temporal patterns / Mary M. Peacock and Chris Ray --
Invasion fitness and adaptive dynamics in spatial population models / Régis Ferrière and Jean-François Le Galliard --
On the relationship between the ideal free distribution and the evolution of dispersal / Robert D. Holt and Michael Barfield --
Landscape context of dispersal / John A. Wiens --
Dispersal, intraspecific competition, kin competition and kin facilitation : a review of the empirical evidence / Xavier Lambin, Jon Aars, and Stuart B. Piertney --
Inbreeding, kinship, and the evolution of natal dispersal / Nicolas Perrin and Jérôme Goudet --
Inbreeding versus outbreeding in captive and wild populations of naked mole-rats / M. Justin O'Riain and Stanton Braude --
Multiple causes of the evolution of dispersal / Sylvain Gandon and Yannis Michalakis --
Parasitism and predation as causes of dispersal / Wolfgang W. Weisser, Karen D. McCoy, and Thierry Boulinier --
Dispersal and parasitism / Thierry Boulinier, Karen D. McCoy, and Gabriele Sorci --
Effects of predation on dispersal / Wolfgang W. Weisser --
Genetic basis of dispersal and migration, and its consequences for the evolution of correlated traits / Derek A. Roff and Daphne J. Fairbairn --
Condition-dependent dispersal / Rolf A. Ims and Dag Ø. Hjermann --
Proximate mechanisms of natal dispersal : the role of body condition and hormones / Alfred M. Dufty, Jr. and James R. Belthoff --
Habitat selection by dispersers : integrating proximate and ultimate approaches / Judy A. Stamps --
Public information and breeding habitat selection / Etienne Danchin, Dik Heg, and Blandine Doligez --
Dispersal, individual phenotype, and phenotypic plasticity / Courtney J. Murren [and others] --
Dispersal and the genetic properties of metapopulations / Michael C. Whitlock --
Population dynamic consequences of dispersal in local populations and in metapopulations / Ilkka Hanski --
Dispersal in antagonistic interactions / Minus van Baalen and Michael E. Hochberg --
Properties of competitive communities with coupled local and regional dynamics / Nicolas Mouquet [and others] --
Evolutionary consequences of gene flow and local adaptation : future approaches / Nick H. Barton --
Perspectives on the study of dispersal evolution / Ophélie Ronce [and others] --
Dispersal in theory and practice : consequences for conservation biology / David W. Macdonald and Dominic D.P. Johnson.
Responsibility: edited by Jean Clobert [and others].
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