Data from: Habitat selection and the value of information in heterogenous landscapes

Kenneth A. Schmidt & Francois Massol
Despite the wide usage of the term information in evolutionary ecology, there is no general treatise between fitness (i.e., density-dependent population growth) and selection of the environment sensu lato. Here we (1) initiate the building of a quantitative framework with which to examine the relationship between information use in spatially heterogeneous landscapes and density-dependent population growth, and (2) illustrate its utility by applying the framework to an existing model of breeding habitat selection. We begin...
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