Data from: Effects of spatial structure of population size on the population dynamics of barnacles across their elevational range

Keiichi Fukaya, Takehiro Okuda, Masahiro Nakaoka & Takashi Noda
1. Explanations for why population dynamics vary across the range of a species reflect two contrasting hypotheses: (1) temporal variability of populations is larger in the centre of the range compared to the margins because overcompensatory density dependence destabilizes population dynamics, and (2) population variability is larger near the margins, where populations are more susceptible to environmental fluctuations. In both of these hypotheses, positions within the range are assumed to affect population variability. 2. In...
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