Data from: Time since disturbance affects colonization dynamics in a metapopulation

Jessie Mutz, Nora Underwood & Brian D. Inouye
1. Disturbances are widespread in nature and can have substantial population-level consequences. Most empirical studies on the effects of disturbance track population recovery within habitat patches, but have an incomplete representation of the recolonization process. Additionally, recent metapopulation models represent post-disturbance colonization with a recovery state or time-lag for disturbed (“focal”) patches, thus assuming that recolonization rates are uniform. 2. However, the availability of colonists in neighboring “source” patches can vary, especially in frequently-disturbed landscapes...
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