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The role of dispersal in population dynamics of breeding Ross's geese
Spatial variation in density of organisms can lead to challenges in estimation of population size. Associated vital rates responsible for this variation also may vary geographically and in response to local ecological ...
Population biology of Ross's geese at McConnell River, Nunavut
Understanding what influences movement patterns in animals is important to the understanding of colonization, range expansion, and source–sink dynamics. Ross’s geese (Chen rossii) have been expanding their nesting range ...
Recruitment patterns and processes in Canadian parkland mallards
An improved ability to assess whether individuals have been added through immigration or natality and lost through emigration or mortality could alleviate several problems in population ecology. Fortunately, advances in ...