Data from: Effective size of density-dependent populations in fluctuating environments

Ane Marlene Myhre, Steinar Engen & Bernt-Erik Saether
Reliable estimates of effective population size Ne are of central importance in population genetics and evolutionary biology. For populations that fluctuate in size, harmonic mean population size is commonly used as a proxy for (multi-) generational effective size. This assumes no effects of density dependence on the ratio between effective and actual population size, which limits its potential application. Here we introduce density dependence on vital rates in a demographic model of variance effective size....
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