R code for Snyder, Ellner, and Hooker, \"Time and chance: using age partitioning to understand how luck drives variation in reproductive success\"

Robin Snyder, Stephen Ellner & Giles Hooker
Over the course of individual lifetimes, luck usually explains a large fraction of the between- individual variation in lifespan or lifetime reproductive output (LRO) within a population, while variation in individual traits or “quality” explains much less. To understand how, where in the life cycle, and through which demographic processes luck trumps trait variation, we show how to partition by age the contributions of luck and trait variation to LRO variance, and how to quantify...
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